Schodack Central School District

1477 South Schodack Road, Castleton-on-Hudson, New York 12033
T: (518) 732-2297 • F: (518) 732-7710
Jason Chevrier, Superintendent

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Students on field trip in Adirondacks Police with kindergartners Author Chris Grabenstein with students Kiwanis Donation Students enjoy honeycomb Gr. 5 visits Albany Institute of History & Art Maple Hill Construction Against Cancer

AP Environmental Science Students Learn About Adirondacks

Schodack and Averill Park CSD students taking Distance Learning AP Environmental Science came together for a field trip to the Adirondack Interpretive Center in October. Read more.

Lockdown Drills Help Keep Students & Staff Safe

Schodack CSD schools practiced precautionary measures during lockdown drills on Oct. 11 to help keep students and staff safe. Read more.

CES Students Receive New Book During Author Visit

CES students received advanced copies of "Mr. Lemoncello's Great Library Race" on Oct. 10 as author Chris Grabenstein made a surprise visit to the school. More photos.

Kiwanis Donates Money for Cross Country Meet

Thank you to Castleton-Schodack Kiwanis Club who donated $200 towards the Glover Memorial Invitational Cross Country Meet for T-shirts for runners and awards.

Students Enjoy Honeycomb as Part of Book Study

Seventh grader Nick Roy brought honeycomb in for classmates as part of their study of the book "A Long Walk to Water" by Linda Sue Park. Read more.

Gr. 5 Visits Albany Institute of History & Art (Video)

Here is a 3 1/2 minute video about the Gr. 5 visit to the Albany Institute of Art & History on Sept. 25.

Students Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

MHHS Student Council mixed Spirit Week, Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Capital Project by celebrating "Maple Hill Construction Against Cancer" on Oct. 3. More photos.

Ski Club MeetingSki Club Meeting - Tuesday, Oct. 17 at 6:00 p.m.

Any Gr. 5-12 student interested in participating in Ski Club this season must attend the meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 17 at 6:00 p.m. in CES Room 218/219. Advisors Scott Charlebois and Kevin Hunter will discuss the new registration process which will be online and no longer through the district. Posted 10/12/17.


Kiwanis K-KidsK-Kids Collecting for Puerto Rico Relief - Deadline: Wednesday, Oct. 18

CES K-Kids are hosting a Penny Wars fundraiser to benefit those in Puerto Rico who were affected by Hurricane Maria through Oct. 18. In addition to collecting coins, students will also collect new and unopened packages of diapers, baby wipes, flashlights and batteries. All donations will go to the Centro Civico Puerto Rico Disaster Relief Team of the Capital Region. Donation bins and grade level coin jars are located in the CES lobby. Posted 10/11/17.

Continuing EducationContinuing Education Classes on Conference Day - Friday, Nov. 3

In response to requests from parents for activities for students on Conference Days, the Continuing Education program will offer Wilderness Ways for Kids and Child & Babysitting Safety Training on Friday, Nov. 3. Please email Continuing Education Coordinator Lisa Smith-Auer or call her at (518) 732-4982. Posted 10/04/17.


Continuing EducationMaple Hill High School Honored as National Blue Ribbon School

Maple Hill High School was named a 2017 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Dept. of Education on Sept. 28, the only school in the Capital Region and one of just 27 in New York to receive the designation. "This award is a great honor and a credit to the hard work and talent of our dedicated faculty, staff, and administration who work tirelessly on behalf of the students of our community," said Superintendent Jason Chevrier. Read more. Posted 9/28/17.

Capital Project UpdateCapital Project Videos and Information

Question about the district's Capital Project? Visit our Capital Project webpage for the latest video updates and other information about renovations to Maple Hill and Castleton Elementary School. Posted 9/14/17.


Maple Hill Best Graduation Rate in Capital RegionMaple Hill High School Earns Best Graduation Rate in Capital Region

Maple Hill High School had a graduation rate of 99% in 2016, the highest in the Capital Region according to figures released by the NYS Dept. of Education on Feb. 10. More than half (51%) of graduates received an Advanced Regents Diploma. Posted 2/10/17.