Schodack Central School District

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

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Students speak with author Graduates speak at panel discussion Temporary HS Main Office Entrance CES students Christine Fowler and Diana Pugliese Coach McCabe and student wrestlers Student at Youth Leadership Summit MHHS senior Noah Roberts Students of the Month Students of the 1st Quarter Students learn about computer programming Seniors Kyler Randall and Monica Strain performing internships

Middle School Students Enjoy Visit by Author

Maple Hill Middle School students learned first-hand what it is like being a writer when author Steve Sheinkin visited the school today on Jan. 13. Read more.

Graduates Help Students with Transition to College

Maple Hill graduates returned to the High School on Jan. 11 to share their experiences at college as part of an annual panel discussion to help juniors and seniors better prepare for college. "Don't take High School for granted," said Kayla Hanrahan, a freshman at Sacred Heart University. Read more.

New Temporary Entrance for High School

The entrance for MHHS has moved to the old District Office entrance as part of the Capital Project starting Tuesday, Jan. 3. All visitors should use this entrance, where the Main Office, Guidance Office, and Nurse's Office are temporary located. More info.

Students Published in Skribblers Magazine

Congratulations to our latest published authors at CES who had their work included in Skribblers, a magazine that features student stories and artwork! Thank you to the PTO for buying copies of the children's publication for our students. See their work here.

Diana Pugliese Wins MS Spelling Bee

Congratulations to 8th grader Diana Pugliese who won Maple Hill Middle School's Spelling Bee on Dec. 22! Diana will represent Schodack CSD at the Capital Region Spelling Bee at Proctors Theatre in February. Congratulations also to all our spellers!

Coach Joseph McCabe Celebrates 50th Year of Coaching

Congratulations to Coach Joseph McCabe who is celebrating his 50th year of coaching! "We are so lucky to have Coach McCabe helping with the wrestling program as much as he does," said Athletic Director David Austin. Read more.

Gr. 6-8 Student Leaders Attend Youth Leadership Summit

Student leaders in grades 6-8 learned how to be stronger citizen leaders and promote positive character change at the 15th Annual Character Education Youth Leadership Summit in December, organized by The Academy for Character Education at Sage Colleges, which featured engaging workshops and a guest speaker.

Senior Rebuilds Cross-Country Bridge for Eagle Scout Project

For his Eagle Scout project, MHHS senior Noah Roberts rebuilt a bridge on the school's cross-country course. Read more here in an article by senior Dylan Rossiter. (Photo courtesy of Dylan Rossiter.)

November Students of the Month

Congratulations to Jackson Daly, Tobiah Gieser and Angelina Pusateri, Maple Hill Middle School's Students of the Month! Read more.

Students of the First Quarter Announced

Congratulations to Makaila Maier, Tyler Hanrahan, Laurel Hay, and Rebecca Leverone, Maple Hill High School's Students of the First Quarter. Read more.

Students in All Grades Learn About Computer Programming

Students learned about computer programming the week of Dec. 5 as part of Hour of Code, a global movement that encourages students to spend an hour learning about computer science. Read more.

New Program Creates Internships for MHHS Students

The new Career Exploration Internship Program is providing real-work experiences for MHHS juniors and seniors by creating internships with local companies. Read more.

MHMS Students Learn About Impact of Oil Spills

Sixth graders learned about the devastation that oil spills have on ecosystems and the impact on biodiversity during a hands-on classroom activity.

WildatsMaple Hill Athletics - Home of the Wildcats

Schodack CSD believes participation in sports provides students unique opportunities and experiences that teach teamwork, good sportsmanship and other qualities supporting a well rounded education.

If you have a question about athletics, please email Athletic Director Dave Austin or call him at (518) 732-7701, ext. 1140.

School Safety Parent Letter Regarding East Greenbush Bowling Center

Schodack CSD would like to follow up with our community about East Greenbush Bowling Center, where our High School bowling team practiced and played home games until the arrest of one of the center's co-owners last month. Following a meeting with the bowling alley's other owner, and assurances including a security plan and a dedicated monitor for any school activity or athletic event, Maple Hill's bowling team will resume interscholastic bowling at the center. Here is a parent letter with more information. Posted 1/03/17.

WildcatsAll Six Varsity Teams Named Scholar Athlete Teams

All six fall varsity teams were named scholar athlete teams by the NYS Public High School Athletic Association for earning a combined team GPA of at least 90%. Congratulations to our boys and girls cross country teams, boy and girls soccer teams, and girls volleyball and tennis teams! Posted 12/07/16.

 

TwitterOfficial Athletic Twitter Accounts

Maple Hill Athletics - @MH_Athletics
Boys Baseball - @MapHillBaseball
Boys Basketball - @MHBoysHoop
Girls Basketball - @MapleHillGBB
Bowling - @MH_Bowling
Boys & Girls Cross Country - @MapleHill_XC
Boys & Girls Indoor Track - @MH_IndoorTrack
Girls Softball - @MHHSoftball

Please Observe No Parking Signs for Sporting Events

The district would like to remind our community to please observe No Parking signs for sporting events, in particular on South Schodack Road and behind the High School. The only parking places for athletic events are the High School and Middle School parking lots. Due to concerns about safety, the district has asked Schodack police to enforce these rules and violators may be ticketed.