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Cohoes students join nationwide walkout against gun violence

Mar. 14, 2018— “Enough is enough.”

That was the message delivered by hundreds of Cohoes High School students on Wednesday as they joined a national movement to honor the victims of the February 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and advocate for political action on gun violence.

March is Community Month at CHS
Mar. 5, 2018—For the entire month of March, Cohoes High School students are teaming up to participate in programs that encourage healthful habits, building respect, developing creativity, inspiring diversity, establishing connections, informing their futures, protecting our environment, and serving our community.

A letter regarding district safety and security from Dr. Spring

"In light of the recent tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, I
want to reassure parents that safety is our district’s top priority."

Cohoes Middle School announces second quarter honor and high honor rolls

February 13, 2018—Cohoes Middle School high honors (91.5-100 percent average) and honors (84.5-91.49 percent average) students for the second quarter of the 2017-18 school year have been announced.

New IDs will give students access to meal accounts, bus passes

Feb. 8, 2018—During the week of February 12, new photo ID cards will be issued to all Cohoes middle and high school students. The cards will give students access to their meal plans and also act as their CDTA bus passes.

Huge turnout for 5th Annual Father-Daughter Dance at Harmony Hill

Feb. 5, 2018—More than 300 people on Friday night attended Harmony Hill's 5th Annual Father-Daughter Dance. The event featured dancing, refreshments, a photo booth, and a hair styling station. The DJ for the evening was Harmony Hill alum Carli "DJ Spicy Vanilla" O'Hara.

Cohoes High School announces second quarter honors, high honors and highest honors

Feb. 5, 2018—Courses for all students are weighted on a universal scale of six percent for AP courses, four percent for dual credit courses, and two percent for honors courses.

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