To Achieve is to Believe: Students, athletes, teams and communities can
"Make That Change!"
With a mission to "impact lives and make a
difference," guest speaker William Harris will make a special
presentation at Schoharie High School at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 27 titled "To
Achieve is to Believe. Students, Athletes, Teams and Communities: Make
That Change!" Harris's talk, which will be part of the school's Meet the
Coaches Night, is free and open to the public.
Planning ahead: Please note test dates
Athletes, parents/guardians and SCS sports fans please note for planning
purposes: Some of the dates on which SAT and ACT tests are offered
conflict with regional and state competitions. Specifically, Nov. 5 SAT
conflicts with Fall Regionals; June 3 SAT conflicts with Spring
Regionals; June 10 ACT conflicts with Spring Regionals. Being aware of
these dates helps with advance planning.
Modified volleyball teams spikes a win
The girls modified volleyball team defeated Duanesburg on Oct. 4,
bringing their record to 5-1. Great Job!
October heats up for SCS teams
The varsity girls soccer team captured their fourth straight league
championship on Oct. 3, defeating Canajoharie 2-0. That night, the
varsity girls volleyball team defeated Mekeel 3-2. Awesome!
The boys varsity soccer team defeated Coxsackie-Athens in a penalty kick
shoot-out, winning to the Kyle Sharpe Tournament Oct. 1. They had tied
1-1 after two 10-minute overtimes. Go team!
The varsity cross country team ran in the Grout Invitational on Oct. 1,
with Noah Valvo placing 3rd with a time of 14.51 and Abby Kosier, Ana
Tessitore and Blaine Rose earning medals.
Schoharie dominates the court and the field
Schoharie teams are having a winning September. The girls tennis team
defeated Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk 7-0 with wins in singles and doubles
Runners on the boys cross country team took a 2nd and 8th in their Sept.
27 multi-school meet and girls cross country runners scored 6th and 8th.
The girls varsity volleyball team ruled the court and defeated
Phys Ed attendance policy
State regulations do not allow waivers or exemptions for physical
education. Students who miss PE class at Schoharie Central School must
contact their teacher to set up an appointment to make up missed work.
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