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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Congratulations to the Class of 2018

Congratulations to our newest alumni, the Class of 2018! View photos.

CES Cheers Seniors at Annual Walkthrough

Schodack CSD held its 3rd Annual Senior Walkthrough at Castleton Elementary School on June 20. Here is a 3-minute video.

Mrs. Harris Surprises Students with Books

Gr. 2 students were surprised on Jun. 18 when Principal Karen Harris stopped by their class to read to them. Read more.

Congratulations to Top 10 Seniors

Congratulations to our Top 10 Seniors of the Class of 2018 who were honored at the Jun. 14 Board of Education meeting. Read more.

CES Celebrates Flag Day (Video)

It was a glorious day for Castleton Elementary School's annual Flag Day Celebration on Jun. 14. Here is a 1-minute video of students and the community gathered for the event.

CES Celebrates Flag Day (Photos)

Castleton Elementary School students helped the community celebrate Flag Day on Jun. 14 with the annual celebration outside the school. Great job! More photos.

Veterans Visit Gr. 1 Students

Veterans from the Peter Andrews VFW Post 7337 visited Gr. 1 students at Castleton Elementary School. Read more.

5th Annual Wildcat Marathon a Success

The 5th Annual Wildcat Marathon was a great success on June 1 with families coming out to Maple Hill Middle School to walk or run the final 1.2 miles after logging 25 miles over the spring. More photos.

MS Students Earn Awards for Music Concert

The Middle School Chorus and Band earned "Excellent" awards at the Music in the Park Festival in Massachusetts on May 18. Read more.

Coach Frese Earns 244th Career Win

Rico Frese became the winningest coach for Maple Hill varsity baseball on May 21 with his 244th career win. Read more.

Thank You Budget and Propositions Passed; BOE Members Re-Elected

The 2018-19 school budget was approved by a vote of 395-158 on May 15. The bus proposition was approved 409-145. The Capital Reserve Fund proposition was approved 410-140. Michael Tuttle (435), Michael Charsky (424) and Michael Hiser (423) were re-elected to 3-year terms on the Board of Education. Thank you to everyone who came out to vote! Posted 5/15/18.


Substitutes NeededDistrict Seeks Substitutes

Schodack CSD is seeking to build its substitute list, particularly for substitute teachers, bus drivers and teaching assistants. Please email District Clerk Michele Reickert if interested or if you have questions. More info. Posted 3/06/18.


Sign Up for Text AlertsSign Up for Text Alerts

Schodack CSD offers text alerts for school delays, school closings, and other non-emergency announcements. Learn how to subscribe. Posted 12/13/17.



Maple Hill Best Graduation Rate in Capital Region 2nd Year in a RowMaple Hill High School: Best Graduation Rate 2nd Year in a Row

For the second year in a row, Maple Hill High School had the highest graduation rate in the Capital Region last year with a 100% graduation rate according to figures released Wednesday by the NYS Dept. of Education. The figures also show 55% of students graduated with a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation. In 2016, the graduation rate was 99%. Go Hill! Posted 2/08/18.

Board of EducationNew System Makes Board of Education Meetings More Efficient

In an effort to make Board of Education meetings more efficient, transparent and paperless, Schodack CSD is moving to an online system called BoardDocs. Meeting agendas, minutes and supporting documents will be available to Board members and the community online, eliminating the need for large printed packets for each meeting. Access BoardDocs here. Posted 11/15/17.

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.