The first days of practice for the fall sports season are as follows: All Varsity and J.V. Sports begin Thursday, Aug. 17 (except Varsity Football) Varsity Football, Modified Cross Country begin Monday, Aug. 28 Modified Boys Soccer & Modified Girls Soccer begin Tuesday, Sept. 5, after school Modified Football begins Tuesday, Sept. 5, after school […]
Archive for June, 2017
The sun did shine on the Cooperstown High School Class of 2017 on Sunday, but only after showering graduates and guests in a downpour of rain during the processional. Seniors lined the edge of the terrace of the Fenimore Art Museum under ominous skies as friends and family members filed in before the start of […]
Driver’s Education is being held in Jr./Sr. High School room 201 (Mrs. Gigliotti’s room), by Mr. Weir. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Weir or the Jr./Sr. High School main office at 607.547.8181.
Jean Dibble rides out in style on her last official work day with Cooperstown Central School District. Jean Dibble is retiring with 29-years of service with the district, with her last few years working in the Elementary Library Media Center. Sita Fey, the previous Library Media Specialist, even stopped by to wish her a […]
Today is the last day of the 2016-2017 school year. No lunch will be served, but breakfast will be – at the elementary site. All elementary students will be dismissed at 10:00 a.m. today. There will be no YMCA after school program. Summer building hours will start on Monday, June 26. The buildings and […]
The Excelsior Scholarship, enacted this year by the New York State Legislature, provides tuition-free degree programs for eligible New Yorkers. The Scholarship is available to students enrolled at SUNY or CUNY school for the fall of 2017. Click here to apply. In order to apply, students must: • Be residents of New York State • […]
Miss Pindar’s Sociology class ran a food drive this spring and collected money for the Cooperstown Food Pantry. The class presented the food pantry with a check for $634.50. They also went to the food pantry on May 25 and unloaded 9 tons of food. These students did a great job!
What do you do when your baseball team heads to the state semifinals and their classmates can’t give them a proper sendoff because they are taking finals? You ask the Elementary School for help!
A new student recognition program is underway at Cooperstown Jr./Sr. High School. Each department will have an opportunity to recognize two high school students, and the Cooperstown PTA has sponsored this project. The students will receive a book picked by the department that recognizes them. The Counseling Office recognized Griffin Leboffe and Emily Ferrari as the […]