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16th Annual Battle of the Books

16th Annual Battle of the Books

The Battle of the Books students traveled to the New York State Museum in Albany to participate in the 16th annual competition. Students toured the museum, watched various...

Special Board of Education Meeting

Special Board of Education Meeting

The Cooperstown Central School District Board of Education will meet on April 22, 2019 at 6:00 pm in the Library of the Junior/Senior High School for the purpose of...

Emergency "Give-Back" Days

Emergency "Give-Back" Days

Dear Parents and Caregivers: As you are aware, we have two (2) emergency days remaining in the current school year calendar. We are in the position to “give back” these...

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Cooperstown CSD

Cooperstown CSD

2 days ago

Congratulations to Noah Lifgren who joins the NYSSWA Honorable Mention team for Class C boys basketball.

Cooperstown CSD

Cooperstown CSD

2 days ago

Congratulations to Jack Lambert for being named the NYSSWA Player of the Year for Class C boys basketball. John Kennedy makes 6th Team. view image

Cooperstown CSD

Cooperstown CSD

8 days ago

Kindergarteners enjoyed opening up the boxes of new library books today. view image

Cooperstown CSD

Cooperstown CSD

8 days ago

Quiz team takes 1st place for Small Schools and 2nd overall in the 3rd annual Brainbusters Spring Tournament at Ithaca High School with contributions from (left to right) Lucas Shaheen-Kritz, Alex Bohler, Ray Hovis, Tournament MVP Adam Ilgin, Jon Stone, Nate Savoie, and Henry Wager. This was the last regular season tournament for seniors Ilgin and Stone. Ray Hovis and Kyle Meyer (not pictured) will join them for the Small School National Championship Tournament in Rosemont, Illinois, in May. view image

Cooperstown CSD

Cooperstown CSD

8 days ago

Second grade students have been learning about habitats during their science time. Students learned how the deciduous forests of New York State provide the food, water, shelter, and space an animal needs to survive. Then, students dissected owl pellets to find evidence of our feathery friends’ food sources. Students identified bones, fur, and feathers from rats, voles, mice, and birds. What an exciting experience! view image

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