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ANNOUNCEMENTS:

PreK for 4 year olds - spots available for September 2017

Summer school registration begins Tuesday, June 27 at Cohoes H.S.

Cohoes Rotary in search of host families

Last day of school - Friday, June 23
A brown bag lunch will be served at elementary schools before dismissal.

LATEST NEWS:

The FREE summer meals program begins Monday, June 26

June 20, 2017—During the summer, any child in Cohoes ages 0-18 can eat FREE breakfast and lunch from June 26–August 25. Breakfast and lunch is served daily at Abram Lansing Elementary School (M-F) beginning June 26 and at Cohoes High School (M-Th) beginning July 10. ALL children ages 0-18, regardless of income, are welcome to join us for breakfast or lunch. All food MUST be eaten at the school. Walk-ins are welcome! read the full story>>

Seven CHS seniors plan to serve in U.S. Military after graduation

June 14, 2017—While a majority of the members of the Class of 2017 have decided their future plans include continuing their education at a two- or four-year college, and another dozen have confirmed they will enter the workforce upon graduation, Breanna Freeland, Nathan Giller, Tyler Southard, Andrew Rainville, Thomas Ritchie, Raymond Sawyer and Aaron Van Bramer, have enlisted in the U.S. Military. read the full story>>

Abram Lansing teacher selected for prestigious Teach Like a Champion fellowship

June 13, 2017—First grade teacher Jennifer Crucetti is one of just eight teachers nationwide to be selected to participate in the Teach Like a Champion fellowship, which recognizes, supports and develops outstanding classroom teachers following Doug Lemov’s Teach Like A Champion principles and techniques. Part of the rigorous application process required Ms. Crucetti to film her teaching in the classroom [...] read the full story>>

Cohoes unified basketball brings opportunity, triumph to new group of student athletes

June 5, 2017—In a recent game against Mohonasen, the young men and women of the Cohoes unified basketball team put on a show for the family and friends watching from the stands. The players cheered for their teammates, smiled and laughed as they dribbled down the court, and had no fear in their attempts to launch the ball toward the basket. read the full story>>