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This video montage from the Spaghetti Supper just made my day. Well done. Thanks to Rebecca Roach!
How did we miss these? Here are some great Halloween pictures. It reminds me that the difficult weather we had that day did little to dampen the spirits for the day. Again - trying something new with the PICTURES.
I am working behind the scenes on some changes to the website. I am posting a web album from the most recent cross country meet. The pictures came from Mrs. Lavoie. If you get a chance, let me know how this worked for you. PICTURES
If you have books that your children have outgrown, please,
consider donating them to our book drive. Families who need books
will be able to come and select books for their children for
Christmas. Your childâ€™s old favorite could become a childâ€™s new
We will be collecting books until December 16th. Families may come and select books anytime December 18th until 4:00. If you are not able to come let us know and we can select books for your child.
Please drop off books at the elementary office.
This sounds like a great way to begin your December. The Chateaugay Little School is presenting an afternoon of music and merriment to get you in the mood for the Christmas season. Check out the poster here for more information.
Each year Mr. Jaggers' physics class competes in a water-bottle rocket competition. The student whose rocket remains in the air the longest is the winner of the competition. Each rocket must carry an egg as a passenger. If the egg survives the rocket ride, that student's time is doubled. This year our winner is Isaac Kinney, whose egg was equipped with a parachute that opened and worked perfectly. Isaac's egg was in the air for 12.5 seconds and since the egg was not broken, his time was doubled to 25.0 seconds. Great Job Isaac! CLICK HERE TO SEE THE VIDEO
CLICK HERE for a message about the upcoming open house and spaghetti supper. Please note that the date is November 21 NOT the 14th. We regret that calendar error.
There are parade pictures from Halloween on the PreK-6 Page and some costume contest pictures from the high school on the 7-12 Page. Hope every one had a fun and safe night last night.
Check out the PreK-6 page for some pictures from the elementary dance, then head over to the 7-12 Page for some more pictures from the Senior Play. After that check out the Sports Page for some end of season news about the Cross Country team.
The science club is collecting fabric to make and donate quilts
to local organizations that will provide warmth to families in need.
We will be collecting fabric until November 26th.
Recommended fabrics for quilts include:
cotton, cotton blends, twill, corduroy, polyester knits, and fleece. Batting and thread donations are also appreciated. You may drop off the fabric at the high school or elementary offices. Also, if any community member, CCS staff or faculty is interested in helping, please see Ms. Rieger.
Check out the Sports Page for Senior night pictures from the Boys' Soccer team as well as another batch of pictures from the Cross Country Team - then head over to the 7-12 Page for pictures from the Senior Play.
Mrs. Gardiner and the Nutrition classes would like to thank our school community for their generosity in donating 500 food items in recognition of Food Day. These items will be delivered to our local food pantry. A special thanks to Mrs. Dumas' and Mrs. Boyea's classes for collecting 77 and 73 items each in the elementary. Mr. Walrath's first period class collected the most in high school. Thanks again for making a difference.
The Franklin/St. Lawrence NYSUT/UUP retirees (FSNUR) recently awarded their first new teacher award. This year's recipient is Andrew Rao, an elementary special education teacher at Chateaugay Central School. Laura Dean, president of FSNUR, presented Rao with a check for $300 at a brief ceremony in his classroom. Pictured are Kent Walrath, president of the Chateaugay Teachers' Association, Andrew Rao, Laura Dean and Loretta Fowler, Chateaugay superintendent of schools.
Once again, thank you to all of the people who donated items, or bought raffle tickets for the Making Strides campaign for breast cancer research. This is the final product that was delivered to the NYSUT Leadership conference this weekend. It looked great next all of the other baskets donated by the many Teachers Associations in our region. Someone from Plattsburgh Teachers Association won our basket.
JoAnn Stumpf was the lucky winner of a basket that was donated by the Potsdam Teachers Association.
Check out the 7-12 Page for some pictures from the most recent Annual CCS hike. Looks like fun!
Keep track of all that is happening in the Elementary Library. Mrs. Campbell has set up a Facebook Page and an Instagram account and is inviting everyone to follow her pictures and stories. Count me in!! Follow her on Instagram - mrscampbellreads by clicking on the badge below. Or search for her on your phone's app.
Check out the PreK-6 Page for some pictures about an elementary field trip to the high school.
Did you know that Mrs. Tourville has been posting lots of great pictures and stories about life at CCS on her Twitter Feed? Follow her on Twitter - @ltourville. She loves her iPhone!
Check out the Music Page for the band lesson schedule for this year.
Help us recycle - bring in your printer cartridges, toner, cell phones and MORE!!!