Schoharie Central finances receive
another clean audit
Schoharie Central School District has received
another clean audit of its finances, and the district is now rated as a "low-risk
auditee" according to
independent public accounting firm Marvin & Company CPAs.
Girls varsity soccer team advances in sectionals
Congratulations to the the girls varsity soccer team
on their Oct. 25, 6 - 0 win against BKW and Oct. 28
1 - 0 sectional win vs. Stillwater!
dances to promote STEM Fun Night
On Oct. 21, students in grades 5-7 got a surprise
visit from Ricky the Robot, who danced a "save the date" message for
STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) Fun Night, to be hosted
on Feb. 6 by the high school math department.
In less than five minutes, you can provide input
regarding a new SCS superintendent
As part of the SCS Board of Education's effort to to
fill the position of superintendent, the public is encouraged to
complete a short, online survey between Oct. 15
and Dec. 15, 2014. To take the survey,
click here; it takes less than five minutes, is anonymous and will
provide the board with valuable community input.
The board is working with Dr. Charles S. Dedrick,
District Superintendent of the Capital Region BOCES, to conduct the
superintendent search, within a timeline.
Flu Facts - Helpful info for parents, guardians, all
Influenza (the flu) is an infection of the nose,
throat and lungs caused by influenza viruses, of which there are many,
constantly changing strains. Flu is a serious and sometimes fatal
illness. How to protect against the flu?
READ MORE by downloading this helpful fact sheet (PDF).
Way to go Schoburg!
Congrats to the Schoburg Indian Eagles football team
on their 26-8 win over Cairo-Durham on Oct. 25!
Homecoming celebrates school spirit
Homecoming 2014 was a fun-filled event, with
students, faculty and staff all getting into the spirit.
Parade photos have been added to our gallery as well!
VIEW PHOTO GALLERY
Local legislators to address state funding, Common
Core at Oct. 30 event in Duanesburg
The public is invited to an Oct. 30 community
event at Duanesburg High School where state legislators Senator James
L. Seward, Senator Cecilia Tkaczyk and Assemblyman Peter D. Lopez will
discuss state funding, the Common Core and other issues impacting
4th graders hit the airwaves with anti-bullying
October is Bullying Awareness Month, and Schoharie
Elementary students have put their anti-bullying message, "Bullying is
Bad," to music so it could be broadcasted all over town.
Congrats SkillsUSA officers
SCS is well represented in the leadership of
SkillsUSA, a national organization of Career & Technical Education
students. Congrats to Brendan Dalton and Carly Boreali.
Self portraits blend creativity, art history and fun
3rd graders created self portraits in the style
of Van Gogh this fall
SCS honored with Stay in the Game award
Schoharie Central School District has been honored
with a "Stay in the Game" Sportsmanship Award by the New York State
Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) and Time Warner
Cable Sports Channel.
heading to nationals
The Schoharie Valley FFA Poultry Judging Team is
headed to national-level competition after winning first place at the
New York State Fair this fall. The National FFA Convention & Expo will take place
Oct. 29 - Nov. 2 in Louisville, KY.
The NYS Property Tax Freeze Credit and you
When New York passed its state budget, it enacted
a property tax freeze credit for homeowners. The credit will be
implemented as rebate checks for STAR-eligible homeowners based on
property taxes levied by school districts and municipalities (village,
town, county, library, etc.) that are subject to the property tax levy
If a school district’s adopted tax levy is under the
cap, as Schoharie Central’s is, homeowners will receive a rebate for the
increase in their school taxes for the 2014-15 year.
I decided to hop on the bus to Albany recently to learn a Career and
Technical Education subject with my SCS High School friends.
latest "pupdates" from Buckles,
Schoharie Central School's social therapeutic classroom assistance dog. Buckles was awarded to Schoharie for
receiving the most votes in the 2012 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow grant
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