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21 Page Avenue

Cohoes, NY 12047

(518) 237.0100
(518) 237-2192 fax

 

Jennifer Spring, Ed.D.

Superintendent

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Respect & Consideration

LATEST NEWS:

Cohoes BOE appoints Huneau as new Athletic Director

Jan. 12, 2018—Jeff Huneau, who has taught in the Cohoes City School District for more than 15 years, has been named the district’s new athletic director. The appointment was announced at Wednesday’s Board of Education meeting.

Gov. Cuomo's executive order does not allow for prepayment of 2018-19 school property taxes

Dec. 27, 2017—The new federal tax bill that was signed into law on Dec. 22 caps the allowable deduction for state and local income, sales and property taxes at $10,000 beginning in 2018. Gov. Andrew Cuomo subsequently signed an Executive Order designed to help New York taxpayers pre-pay their 2018 property taxes before Dec. 31, 2017 in order to potentially claim the deduction before the new federal tax law goes into effect.

Staff and students hold district-wide benefit for Cohoes Fire Relief Fund

Dec. 11, 2017—Last Friday, all school buildings held a district-wide holiday sweater day to benefit the Cohoes Fire Relief Fund. Students and staff wore their favorite or ugliest holiday sweaters and were encouraged to donate money to help fire victims. The effort collectively raised over $2,000 to donate to the fund at Pioneer and KeyBank.

How we communicate weather announcements

Dec. 11, 2017—We saw our first snow over the weekend and with more predicted for tomorrow, it is a perfect time to remind our students and their families of the many ways we communicate weather-related announcements, whether it is a closing, delay or early dismissal! Closing information is sent via an automated call, text and/or email to your home or cell phone if it is on file in the district's student management system.

Cohoes High School student ambassadors begin planning improvements to school climate

Dec. 1, 2017—Cohoes High School administrators held the first of a series of planning meetings with a newly identified group of 27 student ambassadors who will be charged with working together to create a more supportive, positive school climate. The students, representing grades 9-12, were selected upon recommendations of advisors, social workers and counselors and the administration [...]

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