Peter, Meriam and Sacket are awarded New York
State Academic Excellence Scholarships
Schoharie High School seniors Kathleen Peter,
Colton Meriam and Anne Marie Sacket have been awarded 2016 New York
State Scholarships for Academic Excellence in recognition of their
outstanding achievement on state Regents exams.
SCS celebrates Homecoming with Blue & White Parade
SCS is celebrating Homecoming 2015 with a Blue &
White Parade, pep rallies, a bonfire and a dance. Sponsored by the All
Sports Booster Club, the parade steps off at 6 p.m. on Oct. 1.
Students will also be showing their school spirit at pep rallies, a
bonfire and a dance.
Boys Varsity Soccer Team wins Kyle Sharpe Tourney
Congratulations to Schoharie's Boys Varsity Soccer Team for winning
the annual Kyle Sharpe Tournament 2-0 on Sept. 26!
No classes on Oct. 8 conference day
Classes will not be in session Thursday, Oct. 8, Superintendent's
Conference Day. This date was originally scheduled as a half day,
but changed to a full day of no classes to provide
instructional staff with pertinent professional development. A
letter with further information will be sent home with students.
County Clerk holding Passport Day Oct. 24
The Schoharie County Clerk's Office is hosting a special Passport
Day on Saturday Oct. 24 from 9 a.m. - noon. As an addition to the
office's normal weekday passport processing hours, Passport Day will
provide an opportunity for parents, students and others to visit the
office at a convenient time to apply for a U.S. passport book and/or
The Clerk's Office is holding the day to help families prepare for
upcoming student travel abroad. Contact them for more information at
(518) 295-8316 or visit
Great job athletes!
Schoharie's teams have been doing great.
about all of their great games.
SCS graduation rates
If it takes a village to raise a child, it also
takes a village, educators included, to ensure that the child
completes high school. SCS's administration recognizes the successful
efforts of the district’s faculty, staff, students and families toward
improving the graduation rate, which has risen from 78 percent
in 2011 to more than 91 percent in 2015.
Capital project update: A better learning
Visitors to Schoharie Central School will see many
improvements being enjoyed by students, staff and the community as part
of the recently completed capital project.
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Thank you Rose Wilber
Rose Wilber was formally honored for her service as
Clerk of the Schoharie Central School District Board of Education by
Board President Marion Jaqueway and Superintendent David Blanchard at
the Board's Sept. 17 meeting. Wilber retired after serving several years
in the position. Debra Cardella was sworn in as the new clerk.
FFA Livestock Team places 2nd at State Fair
The Schoharie Valley FFA Chapter Livestock Judging
Team placed second at the New York State Fair in Syracuse last week,
earning their way to compete on Sept. 18 at the 2015 Eastern States
Exposition in West Springfield, MA.
back photo gallery
SCS faculty and staff welcomed students back to
class on September 9, a sunny day with lots of smiles and positive
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Congrats Claire Williams!
SCS 10th grader Claire Williams has excellent horse
sense: She took 4th place in the New York State Fair 4H Hippology
Competition and will represent our state at the Nationals in Kentucky
Good nutrition = better learning
Good nutrition is vital for growing bodies and
minds. The National School Lunch Program offers nutritious meals for
students for free or at a reduced cost,
based on household size and income. Simply complete a confidential
application once to cover all children in a family.
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