Published On: Thursday, May 16, 2019
Cooperstown Central School 2019-2020 Budget VoteTuesday, May 21, 20197:00am-8:00pmCooperstown Jr-Sr High School, Room 305
Published On: Thursday, May 16, 2019
The CCS Music Department will host the 2019 Jazz Concert on Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 7:00pm in the Sterling Auditorium at Cooperstown Central School. This concert is free...
Published On: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 - CCS Class of 2019 students Hailey Seamon and Tiffany Pagillo took First Place at the New York State Health Occupation Students of America (NY...
The CCS Music Department will host the 2019 Jazz Concert on Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 7:00pm in the Sterling Auditorium at Cooperstown Central School. This concert is free and open to the public. Don’t miss this opportunity to appreciate our CCS musicians and faculty as they celebrate an evening of jazz. For more information, please contact the CCS Music Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. view image
CCS Staff thanks the Cooperstown PTA for the delightful staff appreciation luncheon served to all CCS District staff on Wednesday, May 15th. Delicious and very much appreciated, thank you Cooperstown PTA!
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 - CCS Class of 2019 students Hailey Seamon and Tiffany Pagillo took First Place at the New York State Health Occupation Students of America (NY HOSA) competition with awards in Forensic Science and Nursing Assistant events respectively. Seamon and Pagillo will be competing in the Forensic Science Team Event at the annual HOSA International Leadership Competition which takes place in Orlando, Florida on June 19-22. Pictured: ONC BOCES Teacher Patricia Hornbeck and LTA Caren Kelsey along with CCS students Tiffany Pagillo and Hailey Seamon. Also pictured is Rylee Velasco from Milford Central School. Forensic Science Competition: The purpose of the Forensic Science competition is to encourage HOSA members to analyze careers in forensic science and to work as a team to apply their knowledge and skills in creating a solution to the forensic science-related problem. This event included two rounds of competition. The first round challenged participants in a written test to evaluate the team’s understanding of forensic science. The top scoring teams advanced to round two where they analyzed a case study related to forensic science and provided written conclusions. Seamon and Pagillo both achieved a First Place finish in this competition. Nursing Assistant Competition: The purpose of this competition was to provide HOSA members with an opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills in nursing assisting. This event will consisted of two rounds of competition. The first round included a written, multiple choice test to measure knowledge and understanding in the subject. The top scoring competitors advanced to round two for the timed and evaluated performance of selected skills identified in a written scenario. Pagillo achieved a First Place finish in this individual competition. For more information about HOSA, please visit http://www.hosa.org. For more information regarding ONC BOCES Health Occupations program, please visit http://www.oncboces.org/HealthOccupations.aspx. view image
Congratulations to the CCS High School Lit Mag and Media Team, along with CCS Advisor JoAnn Gardner, for their Gold Medal Honor in the 2018 Robert F. Kennedy Speak Truth to Power Video Contest. The contest is sponsored by the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Foundation in partnership with the American Federation of Teachers and the Tribeca Film Institute. Students across the country were challenged to produce movies about international or local human rights defenders whose work echoes that of Robert F. Kennedy and ties into the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. CCS students chose to make a documentary about Shelly Callahan and the Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees. Rainer Gardner-Olesen, Kara Gildea, Eric Kukenberger, Sam Lytel, Ellie Pink, Lola Thompson and Peter Weil interviewed staff and clients at the Center and filmed a Citizenship Ceremony conducted by the Honorable David Hurd at The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York. “The greatest voice is the voice of the people - speaking out - in prose, or painting or poetry or music; speaking out - in homes and halls, streets and farms, courts and cafes. Let that voice speak and the stillness you hear will be the gratitude of mankind.” - Robert F. Kennedy Video attached: CCS HS Lit Mag and Media Team Gold Medal Honor entry to the 2018 Robert F. Kennedy Speak Truth to Power Video Contest. http://bit.ly/CCSLITMAGMEDIA2019 Photographed: Back Row: Rainer Gardner-Olesen, Eric Kukenberger, Peter Weil, Sam Lytel, Shelly Callahan- Executive Director of Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees, Charlotte Thompson, Kara Gildea, Front Row: Quinn Lytel, Selma Jasencic-ONA Community Navigator, Ellie Pink view image