News

Sixth Grade Graduation: June 23, 9:30 am Parade

Sixth Grade Graduation: June 23, 9:30 am Parade

Published On: Thursday, June 10, 2021

We will be celebrating our Sixth Grade Elementary School Graduates with a festive parade through the Village of Cooperstown! Come out, cheer, and join us as we celebrate...

Pfizer COVID Vaccines at CCS

Pfizer COVID Vaccines at CCS

Published On: Thursday, June 10, 2021

The Otsego County Department of Health is hosting a COVID-19 vaccination Pfizer clinic at Cooperstown High School Gymnasium for anyone ages 12 and older on June 15th (first...

Summer Reading Program

Summer Reading Program

Published On: Friday, June 11, 2021

Village Library of Cooperstown is offering a summer reading program July 7 through August 19, 2021, registration required. Details at villagelibraryofcooperstown.org

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Events

Tue, Jun 1 - Sat, Jun 26 , 12:00 AM
Mon, Jun 14 , 12:00 AM
Tue, Jun 15 , 12:00 AM
Wed, Jun 16 , 12:00 AM
Wed, Jun 16 , 12:00 AM
Wed, Jun 16 , 12:00 AM
Wed, Jun 16 , 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Thu, Jun 17 , 12:00 AM
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Wendy Lansing

Wendy Lansing

3 days ago

A reminder to elementary students to bring either water bottles or cups with them each day to stay hydrated as the temperatures climb view image

CCS

CCS

7 days ago

MASK REQUIREMENT IN SCHOOLS UPDATE On Friday, June 4, 2021, the New York State Commissioner of Health, Dr. Howard A. Zucker, issued a letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) which indicated that, absent information from the CDC to the contrary, effective Monday, June 7, 2021, New York State public schools may lift the mask wearing requirement for students, staff, and visitors on school property. As of today’s date, the CDC has not responded to this letter. Since the issuance of this letter, the New York State Education Department issued the following clarification: SED has been in communication with Executive staff regarding the letter from Dr. Howard Zucker, New York State Commissioner of Health. According to conversations with Executive staff, the intent of this letter was to obtain a response from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) regarding differing standards for summer camps and schools; it has not changed any existing arrangements. Therefore, schools should continue to operate under their existing procedures until further notice. No changes have been, or will be, made by the Executive until after Monday, June 7 to afford the CDC an opportunity to respond to the letter. Based upon this clarification, the requirement for masks in schools that has been in place throughout the school year has not changed. Further, the requirement to wear masks will continue, unless and until the CDC responds to Dr. Zucker’s letter and additional guidance is issued by the State. As this matter continues to evolve, we will promptly update you with any changes. We thank you in advance for your cooperation and your dedication to the health and well-being of our students and staff. Sincerely, Sarah Spross

Wendy Lansing

Wendy Lansing

27 days ago

VOTE May 18, 2021 from 11 am - 8 pm Please take the time to vote on May 18, 2021, from 11:00 am - 8:00 pm at the Junior/Senior High School, 39 Linden Avenue, Cooperstown. Use side entrance off main parking lot.

CCS Academics

CCS Academics

about 1 month ago

Caroline Whitaker was recognized by the Business and Education Partnership during their Scholar Recognition Ceremony last night. Caroline is the valedictorian for the class of 2021. As part of the event, Caroline was asked to choose a mentor from CCS, and she chose Rebecca Burk-Sciallo who also attended the virtual event. Congratulations, Caroline! view image

Wendy Lansing

Wendy Lansing

about 1 month ago

Senior were asked to wear something that represented where they were headed next year- college, military, or workforce. view image

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