Good deeds are the focus of the
Clubs are organized around many things, such as
interests, hobbies and events, and sometimes the club's name is the key to
what's happening during meetings.
As members of the Schoharie Elementary School Helping Club,
students in grades 1 through 6 focus on just that: helping others. The
club has a busy list of good deeds to accomplish this year, and they are
off to a great start.
Thankful for those who have served
Lieutenant Colonel Danner recently made a special
presentation to Mary Bates' 5th-grade class, including an explanation
of uniforms worn by those who serve.
Music, scholarship, sports: our students are
Congratulations to SCS students Belle Antonovich,
Lily Caza, Anthony Stinson, Abby Uveges, Hannah VanDerwerken and Sarah
Wright on their performance at the recent All-State Music Festival at
SUNY Oneonta. What a team!
Kudos also go out to SCS's athletic teams. Five of
six fall varsity sports earned Scholar Athlete designation from the
New York State Public High School Athletic Association. In fact, the
girls varsity soccer had a team average topping 95 percent! The sixth
team did not fit into a size category to be classified.
Students urge peers, community to say "We've seen
enough" of tobacco marketing to youth
Schoharie Central School's front lawn communicated
a strong message this week when Schoharie Jr./Sr. High School students
partnered with Reality Check/Advancing Tobacco Free
Communities-Delaware, Otsego and Schoharie Counties (RC/ATFC-DOS) to
promote New York’s tobacco-free norm.
SCS student, team gallop off with 4th in Hippology
at Eastern National 4-H Horse Roundup
SCS 10th grader Claire Williams and her three
fellow members of the New York State 4-H Hippology team earned the
title Fantastic Four after galloping off with a 4th place ranking at
the Eastern National 4-H Horse Roundup in Kentucky.
Community Resource Room offers helpful information
The SCS Community Resource Room is now open Monday
and Tuesdays from 8 to11:30 a.m. in the elementary wing, providing a
place where parents, guardians and community members can access
information about community resources such as food pantry locations,
counseling and fun local activities.
Great season team!
After winning the 2015 NYSPHSAA Class C Soccer
Championship Regionals on Nov. 7, the Schoharie girls Varsity Soccer team (pictured
after their sectional win) took on the Notre Elmira Dame Crusaders in
Cortland Nov. 14. After an exciting match on a cold and blustery day,
Notre Dame won 2-0. Great work team, and thank you to all who
supported the players during their excellent season.
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