Schoharie celebrates 181st Commencement
The Schoharie Jr./Sr. High School Class of 2016 graduated to the next
stage of their lives on June 25, 2016, before a gym full of families,
friends, teachers, school staff and community members. They were the
181st class to graduate from their school. Congratulations graduates!
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Grads-to-be, times 2
The Class of 2016 paraded before future grads-to-be in Schoharie
Elementary School on June 22 to lots of cheers, applause and high fives
from little hands. The formal ceremony is June 25 at 10 a.m.
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Schoharie Central gallery spotlights talented students
The Schoharie Central Schools gallery, located in the administrative
offices hallway, is hung with new student artwork for the 2016-17 school
year. According to art teacher Jean Scofield, "The gallery features
student artists who have produced art work that displays a strong level
of skill and knowledge of the instructed technique."
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Schoharie juniors, seniors honored with scholarships
June 7 was awards and scholarship night at Schoharie High School, and
numerous 11th and 12th-grade students were honored for their
achievements at school and in the community.
Wegner receives 2016 DEKALB Agricultural Award
Schoharie High School senior Emma Rose Wegner has
been awarded the DEKALB Agricultural Accomplishment Award in recognition
of excellence in academics, leadership and agricultural work experience.
Wegner, who recently completed terms as 2015-16 New York State FFA vice
president and 2015-16 Schoharie Valley FFA Chapter student advisor,
received the award at the Schoharie Valley FFA banquet in Central Bridge
on June 2.
Boreali named Outstanding CTE Student of the Year; Borst, Kalisz, Matias
are honored for CTE excellence
Carly Boreali was named 2016 Outstanding Student of
the Year, and fellow Schoharie seniors Catherine Borst, Dustin Kalisz
and Ashley Matias were honored for their excellence by the Capital
Region BOCES Career & Technical School.
Sign up now for free Summer Cultural & Performing Arts
workshops at Depot Lane Theater
The Schoharie Colonial Heritage Association offers free Summer Cultural & Performing Arts
workshops for students in grades 1-6 and 7-12 at the Depot Lane Theater.
Fitness + sportsmanship + good choices = Just Run
"Schoharie athletes are constantly recognized by other schools for not
only their success in running, but by their sportsmanship as well," said
Steve Usher when asked about the Just Run youth fitness program at
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