I have received a few requests for additional pictures of the kindergarten students in their caps and gowns which were freely provided to parents by the school. I will not be printing any additional pictures. However, I did make a file with the high resolution pictures for you to download and print out yourself. Hope it helps. CAP AND GOWN PICTURES (Link fixed)
You know that Mr. Breault will be leaving for a new job soon but maybe you do not know that we have one retiree this year. Mrs. Debbie Recore will be leaving CCS at the end of the year and "Aunt Recore", "Grandma Recore" and all the other names the students call her will be greatly missed. Thanks to Mrs. Stumpf for sending in a picture from a recent ladies night out where she was presented with a small token of appreciation for all her years of hard work and dedication. MANY students owe their success to her ability to push them even when they did not want to work. Congrats Mrs. Recore!
All the pictures and a few video clips are on the PreK-6 Page from the Kindergarten graduation.
Over on the PreK-6 Page you can find details about the Jump Rope for Heart fundraiser.
Over on the 7-12 Page you can read about a special graduation ceremony held Wednesday morning for a member of the Class of 2013.
Also - the Jazz Band took a road trip - head over to the Music Page to see what happened.
On Monday afternoon the student body greeted Mr. Breault in a special assembly to say goodbye to the man who was a music teacher, an elementary principal, a high school principal and superintendent. But he was/is much more than that. Mrs. Nemier-Green spoke eloquently about his influence over her. A group of current and former musical members took to the stage to sing a song from the first ever musical at CCS. Then a video tribute was shown that featured even more former musical members, current students and staff. Then Erin Ashline and Mrs. Nemier-Green brought many to tears with a classic tune from the musical Wicked. Courtney Boyea wrapped it all up nicely with a special gift. It was a hard moment for all in the building who appreciate him so much. He will be missed. But he will be around I suspect once musical kicks in again. PICTURES - VIDEO TRIBUTE
There has been a technical problem with the website for a few days. Expect a ton of updates coming. Thanks to Andy Anderson for getting us back up and running.
Last night the academic achievements of CCS students was honored. Check out the 7-12 Page for the news and a touching moment that occurred during the ceremony.
Then head over to the Sports Page for some pictures from the Varsity Softball team. Thanks to Mrs. Dwyer for sending these in.
Over on the Sports Page are some pictures of our track stars. Dylan, Mike and Brandon had great seasons. Thanks to Mrs. Lavoie for the pictures.
Check out the PreK-6 Page to see a list of recent art award winners.
Here is the June Newsletter. Read carefully - there is a lot of information about the hectic final month of school. Yes - I said final!
Also - for students in Grades 7-12 you will want a copy of the FINALS and REGENTS WEEK schedule. Print one out. Put if on your refrigerator. Put on on your forehead. Wherever you need to remember it.
Thank you for your patience. The small website troubles we were having has been resolved (I hope). There are some parade pictures on the Music Page and there are some Moving Up Day photos over on the 7-12 Page. Enjoy!
Over on the 7-12 Page you can read two stories. One is about the 7th Grade field trip to Chateaugay. You will have to read all about it top understand. You can also read a story about a special Memorial Day project completed by some CCS students.
Also - don't forget about the two parades this coming weekend that are anchored by our very own Marching Band. They will look sharp wearing their new shirts.
Once again this summer CCS will host a cheering camp. Want to learn more? Want to sign up? Have more questions? CLICK HERE for the informational flyer and sign up form.
Recently some CCS students had their artwork on display and a few were recognized for their talent. Check out the Visual Arts Page to see who was chosen.
Check out the 7-12 Page to see who won this year's Chateaugay Idol.
Also - pictures from the most recent High School spring concert have been added.
Chateaugay Youth Soccer signups are happening soon. Do you need more information? Like when to sign up - where to sign up - how much does it cost - and more? Click HERE for more information.
Another great spring concert performed by CCS musicians. Congratulations to all involved. Check out the Music Page for the program and links to video clips (pictures will be posted soon)
Check out the Sports Page for some pictures of recent action on the softball field.
Also - I added one more set of pictures to the Prom Page. They are from coronation.
Last week students in grade 7-12 were treated to a special assembly from Jacy Good. It was about her experiences trying to raise awareness of the dangers of distracted driving. She asked student to take a moment to consider signing the pledge on her site Hang Up and Drive. Click the link for more information. I did spend time this weekend noticing how many poeple do talk on the phone while driving and judging by all the weaving around the road I suspect there are many more people texting. All of this makes it harder for those of use trying to be safe. There is a contact link on the site as well and I bet she would like a short note from you about how her story touched you.
(If you live in Chateaugay that is) Check out THIS FLYER for more information about the Chateaugay Theater Camp. All the dates and details can be found there. Contact Mrs. Nemier-Green for more information.
Over on the Sports Page you can find come pictures from recent modified baseball and softball action. Included in the pictures are two girls who seem to be unsure of where the gloves are supposed to go.
Check out the Sports Page for a few pictures from the baseball field.
Two updates for you today. The first is a story over on the PreK-6 Page about students cleaning up the community for Earth Day. The other is an improved look over on the School Nurse Page. Thanks to Mrs. Dragoon for the new look. I think you will be able to find what you need!
The 2013 Regents Review 2.0 programs will begin airing on NYS Public Television stations on May 6 (contact your local station for a schedule of dates and times). The one-hour review shows in this Regents test preparation series are also streamed on the web at www.regentsreviewlive.net, where you'll find information on exam dates and tips, links to all the NYS Public Television stations and much more. Regent exams covered are: English, Integrated Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/Trigonometry, Earth Science, Living Environment, Chemistry, Physics, Global History & Geography, and US History & Govt.
Did you graduate in 1993? Check out the Alumni Page for details about your coming reunion. It is your 20th...yes...20. Let that sink in a moment before you click the link for all the information. I am glad this was submitted and hope other classes chose to do so in the future.
Help us recycle - bring in your printer cartridges, toner, cell phones and MORE!!!