Tax bills for the 2015-16 school year will be mailed Aug. 28, and payment is due Sept. 30. In-person payments will no longer be accepted. However, online payment is available beginning Sept. 1 for the convenience of our taxpayers. Find more information, or to pay your taxes online here.
August 19,2015—Cohoes administrators spent August 18 on Peebles Island at an all-day retreat to discuss the district’s goals for the 2015-16 school year and begin formulating objectives to meet those goals. The afternoon was devoted to the group’s leadership book study on Doug Lemov’s Teach like a Champion 2.0. [...] read the full story>>
August 11,2015—The Board of Education approved the appointment of Mark Charette and Drew Rentz to serve as part-time school safety officers for the district at its August 5 business meeting. Charette, who was serving as a member of the Board of Education, resigned from the position to apply for the safety officer job. He has been a corrections officer with the Albany County Sheriff’s Office for the past 17 years [...] read the full story>>
July 22,2015—With the start of the new school year approaching, parents should be aware that there have been changes to the 2015-16 immunization requirements for public schools. Among the changes are requirements that all children have their complete series of MMR, DTaP and polio immunizations prior to entering school. Previously, the final doses of each vaccine could be administered up until age 6. read the full story>>
July 17,2015—The Cohoes City School District community is mourning the loss of a dedicated support staff member and friend. Secretary to the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent JoAnn Heroux, “Jo” passed away on Tuesday, July 14, at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany.“While I didn’t have the pleasure of knowing JoAnn personally, I know she touched many lives throughout the district and the community,” [...] read the full story>>