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Schoharie, New York 12157
Dr. Kathryn Gerbino, Interim Superintendent of Schools
KGerbino@schoharie.k12.ny.us

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SCS grad and former teacher Karen Olewnick is named interim elementary principal

Karen Olewnick of Schoharie has been named interim principal of Schoharie Elementary School, serving from Feb. 26 through the end of the school year. Olewnick is a former teacher at Schoharie Central Schools, from which she also graduated. READ MORE

Community turns out for budget forum

2015 Community Budget Forum in SchoharieMore than two dozen local residents, parents, students, faculty and staff participated in a Schoharie Central School District Community Budget Forum hosted by the Board of Education on Feb. 25, where they learned more about the developing 2015-16 budget, asked questions and provided valuable input. READ MORE

Congratulations wrestlers!

Dylan Callahan

SCS wrestlers Ryan Martin, Jesse Lints and Dylan Callahan wrestled at the Section II Tournament over the February break, turning in impressive performances. Lints placed fourth and Callahan took first, becoming Schoharie’s first Section II Champion. He will wrestle at the New York State Tournament. READ MORE

SCS Spelling Bee lasts 20 rounds, ends with a flourish

Spelling Bee winner

The 2015 Schoharie Central School District Spelling Bee lasted 20 rounds, the longest in school history. After correctly spelling flourish and whey, 6th-grader Ethan VanDerwerken was declared the winner and represented SCS at the Feb. 24 Regional Spelling Bee at Proctors. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTO GALLERY

Board selects two finalists in superintendent search

The Schoharie Central School District Board of Education has selected two finalists, David Blanchard and Chad Groff, to move forward in the search for a new superintendent to fill the position currently held by Interim Superintendent Kathryn Gerbino, Ph.D. READ MORE

State tests are required

SCS students take a number of exams every year, including Regents exams, Advanced Placement exams, local exams and required New York State assessments. Neither state law nor the education commissioner’s regulations provide any legal right or mechanism for students – or school districts – to opt out of required state assessments, except for certain exceptions such as those involving students with disabilities.

Districts may not make "Adequate Yearly Progress" in the state’s accountability system and could lose federal Title I funding if participation in the tests falls below 95 percent.

The tests help parents and teachers know—from one objective view—how well students' achievement measures up to the Common Core Learning Standards. Test scores also help determine what additional academic help a student may need to reach the expectations for his or her grade level. READ MORE

Ricky and Lucy star in SCS STEAM event

Ricky the Robot

STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art and Math) Fun Night, led by guest robots Ricky and Lucy, was a big hit at SCS. READ MORE

Governor proposes school aid increase tied to education reforms, with no mention of GEA

Governor Andrew Cuomo's Executive Budget proposes a $1.1 billion increase in state funding for schools next year, provided that state lawmakers agree to a series of education reforms that he described as "ambitious" in his combined budget address and State of the State message. READ MORE

Barks from Buckles

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Read the latest "pupdates" from Buckles, Schoharie Central School's social therapeutic classroom assistance dog.

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