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Schoharie, New York 12157
Dr. Kathryn Gerbino, Interim Superintendent of Schools


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Megan WilliamsSCS bowler Megan Williams wins scholarship

Schoharie High School senior and bowling team member Megan Williams has won the first annual Douglas Gardner Bowling Scholarship and is a finalist for a state award. READ MORE

Getting oriented

Karen Olewnick

Schoharie Elementary faculty and staff, including Interim Principal Karen Olewnick, above, have been busy orienting next year's kindergartners and their families.

FFA plates up National Ag Day

FFA presents Ag Day breakfast

Students in the Schoharie Valley FFA chapter hosted a breakfast March 18 to celebrate National Agriculture Day, an event that recognizes the abundance provided by agriculture in the United States. READ MORE

100 is an important number at Schoharie Elementary

100th daySchoharie Elementary students marked their 100th day of school in a variety of ways, such as celebrating the number 100, working on projects and dressing up as cententarians. VIEW PHOTO GALLERY

Shamrocks for a cause

Shamrocks for MDA

Key Club members Mackenzie Richards and Renee Stalker helped their classmates prepare for St. Patrick's Day while supporting a good cause by selling shamrocks for MDA in late February and early March.

A season of wrestling accomplishments

The Schoharie varsity wrestling team may have had lower numbers of members this season, but their year has been filled with individual accomplishments. READ MORE

Fire prevention is elementaryfire truck with contest winners

Schoharie Elementary students are well-schooled in fire prevention. They learn in class, from visiting firefighters, and through various activities such as coloring and essay contests. Some of the children even traded the bus for a fire truck to get to school. READ MORE

Curtains is this year’s production on the SCS stage

Curtains at SCS

The Schoharie Central School Performing Arts program presented Curtains March 13-15 in the high school auditorium. READ MORE

FFA students meet with state lawmakers

FFA with Seward

Schoharie Valley FFA Chapter members Emma Wegner, Kathryn Cipperly, Theresa Cater and Kyle Cornwell traveled to Albany recently to speak with legislators about their FFA stories as well as how important Agricultural Education is in New York State. READ MORE

2015 Community Budget Forum in SchoharieCommunity budget input is welcome

More than two dozen local residents, parents, students, faculty and staff participated in SCS's 2015 Community Budget Forum in late February. Budget development remains a focus of SCS board of education meetings, and the community is welcome and encouraged to be part of the process. For the latest budget news, visit the BUDGET PAGE.

Finalists in superintendent search tour district

The SCS Board of Education welcomed superintendent finalists David Blanchard and Chad Groff to SCS for tours of the campus during the last week of February. The visits were part of the search for a new superintendent to fill the position currently held by Interim Superintendent Kathryn Gerbino, Ph.D. READ MORE

State tests are required

SCS students take a number of exams every year, including Regents exams, Advanced Placement exams, local exams and required New York State assessments. Neither state law nor the education commissioner’s regulations provide a legal right or mechanism for students – or school districts – to formally refuse the required state assessments, except for certain exceptions such as those involving students with disabilities. READ MORE

Tests happen throughout school and life: Helping students prepare

Parent Today offers a great resource for parents and guardians: Don't stress the test - Preparing your students for taking tests in general (helpful tips for all tests).

Governor proposes school aid increase tied to education reforms, with no mention of GEA

Governor Andrew Cuomo's Executive Budget proposes a $1.1 billion increase in state funding for schools next year, provided that state lawmakers agree to a series of education reforms that he described as "ambitious" in his combined budget address and State of the State message. He did not provide school aid projections to assist schools in building their budgets. READ MORE

Barks from Buckles

Buckles in his red working vest

Read the latest "pupdates" from Buckles, Schoharie Central School's social therapeutic classroom assistance dog.

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