Schodack Central School District

1216 Maple Hill Road, Castleton-on-Hudson, New York 12033
T: (518) 732-2297 • F: (518) 732-7710
Robert Horan, Superintendent

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MHHS Students Organize Club Fair

Maple Hill High School held its first ever Student Club Fair on Oct. 2 where students learned about the clubs that are available to them. Congratulations to junior Christy Dean who organized the event!

Science Seminar Series Teaches MHHS Students About Science in Careers

The Science Seminar Series, a program that helps Maple Hill High School students learn how science is used in various careers, started its second year on Sept. 30. "Our first speaker was Dr. Christopher Manley who spoke to students about his experience as a medical chemist and hospital pharmacist," said Science Teacher Kaitlin McGann.

Fire Fighters Teach CES Students Fire Safety

Thank you to the Castleton Fire Department for coming to Castleton Elementary School on Oct. 6 to teach our students about fire safety!

Senior Garrett Renslow Honored by National Merit Scholarship Program

Congratulations to MHHS senior Garrett Renslow who was named a Commended Student in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program. Garrett received the honor by finishing among the top 5 percent of more than 1.5 million students who took the 2014 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

Field Lines Painted Pink in Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Groundskeeper Chuck Thomas painted the field lines pink again this year.

Solar-Powered Boat Built in Bus Garage Featured on News

Solar Sal, the solar-powered boat built in the bus garage, was featured on Time Warner Cable News as it became the first vessel to transport cargo on the Erie Canal using only alternative energy. Students helped build the boat, learning about photovoltaics in the process, as part of the business incubator program which brings businesses into unused school space to create real-world learning opportunities for students.

View Menus on Smartphones with New App

You can now view school breakfast and lunch menus on your smartphones or tablet with the Nutrislice app. Chartwells Dining Services is using the free app which also includes food descriptions, nutritional values and allergen information. Just search for "School Lunch by Nutrislice" in the Apple App or Google Play stores and select "Schodack CSD".

Kindergartner Shares Love for Bus Driver

A parent shared an email about her child's bus driver, Noelle Zoller. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful story!

Hands-on Learning in Principles of Engineering

Engaged learning in Principles of Engineering class has students planning movie trailers and commercials this year to explain various types of engineering.

Flashlight Friday Reading Time Makes Reading Fun

Second graders in Ms. Donato's class had fun reading with Flashlight Friday Reading Time!

WildcatsMaple 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 e-mail Athletic Director Dave Austin or call him at (518) 732-7701, ext. 1140.

Official Athletic Twitter Accounts

Here is a list of the district's official Athletic Twitter accounts, which are run by coaches or Athletic Director Dave Austin. Posted 4/30/14.

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. Posted 4/09/14.

Opportunity for Businesses and Organizations to Support MH Athletics

As part of efforts to raise money to support the districts’ Athletics programs, the Maple Hill Booster Club has started a program where local businesses and organizations can make donations in return for a sign being posted at one of the district’s athletic fields. Two local businesses have already made donations through the program. For more information, click here… Posted 10/01/12.