Principal Agostinoni Discusses Capital Project in Video
To help explain how a Capital Project would benefit Maple Hill High School students in music, science and arts, Principal Ron Agostinoni has recorded a video for the community...
School Garden Provides Fruits and Vegetables for School Snack
Castleton Elementary School enjoyed a special snack on Oct. 23 made from vegetables and fruit that students planted in the school garden. Volunteers made salsa from peppers, onions and tomatoes while the local Jiff-E-Mart made potato chips from potatoes. Thanks to all our volunteers!
MHHS Wear Purple to Help Raise Domestic Violence Awareness
Maple Hill High School students, teachers and staff wore purple on Oct. 17 to help raise awareness about domestic violence. Great job!
Earth Science Students Measure Stream Velocity
The 8th grade Earth Science class completed an on-site field trip Oct. 22 to measure the stream velocity of a creek that runs through school property. “Students observed sedimentary processes and collected samples for future study,” explained Teacher Maureen Carreau. “It was a little muddy and wet, but that is part of scientific field studies!”
Creativity Sparked at CES Art Night
Students and parents enjoyed an evening creating art at the annual CES Art Night on Oct. 17. Thanks to the CES PTO for organizing such a great event for our families! View more photos...
Local Veterans Share Experiences with 7th Graders
Maple Hill Middle School's 7th grade trip to the Peter J. Andrews Memorial VFW Post 7337 on Oct. 8 was extra special with Historian and Author Andrew Carroll visiting to receive wartime letters written by Mr. Andrews. “I can’t tell you how much this VFW and all the students coming here means to me,” said Anna Perrella, sister of Peter Andrews. Read more...
Sage Colleges Starts Program for Maple Hill Students
A new partnership with Sage Colleges brought college students and professors to Schodack CSD on Oct. 3 to work with students and get them excited about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). “Our goal is to increase students’ knowledge of STEM and what careers are available in the Capital Region,” said Dr. Lawrence. Read more...
Principals Get Soaked at CES Community Fair
Principals Ron Agostinoni, Jason Chevrier and James Derby shared in the fun at the Sept. 27 CES Community Fair by volunteering to get soaked with cold water. Thanks to the CES PTO and volunteers for making it such a great event once again!
Students and Community Take Part in Ovarian Cancer Awareness Walk
For the second year in a row, the girls varsity soccer team and Schodack CSD community took part in an Ovarian Cancer Awareness Walk in Albany on Sept. 14 in honor of former Health teacher Jeri Puccio. The group named itself Mima's Marauders/Jeri's Kids in honor of Mrs. Puccio. Great job! Photo gallery available...