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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Graduate helps encourage healthy eating Student with artwork Students at Prom Walkthrough Nate Porter and Noah Roberts First voters NYSED Commissioner reads to students NYSED Commissioner reads to students Students told how they inspire faculty and staff Students learn seatbelt safety Students thank their bus drivers Students thank their bus drivers Students make case for charity Fire Inspection

Maple Hill Graduate Helps Students Eat Healthier

Robyn Earnes '12 returned to Maple Hill Middle School this year for a master's degree internship program that helped encourage students to eat healthier. Read more.

Student Artwork Selected for Congressional Art Competition

Maple Hill High School students Moira Kelly, Kylie Salerno, and Jack Santore had artwork selected for the 2017 Congressional Art Competition in May. Read more.

Prom Walkthrough Photos

Here are photos from the Prom Walkthrough on May 12.

Senior Noah Roberts Honored at Scholars' Recognition Dinner

Congratulations to senior Noah Roberts who was honored as a high-achieving student at the 2017 Scholars' Recognition Dinner along with teacher Nathan Porter, who Noah nominated as having a significant influence on his education.

First Voters for Budget Vote!

Thank you to our first voters of the day who were bright and early and ready to vote at 6:00 a.m.!

CES Welcomes Author/Illustrator

Every grade at Castleton Elementary School was involved in a celebration for author/illustrator Daniel Miyares for his visit on May 9. Read more.

NYSED Commissioner Visits CES

NYS Education Department Commissioner MaryEllen Elia read to students, observed a science lesson, and talked to educators during her visit to CES on May 15. Read more.

Students Told How They Inspire Faculty and Staff

To help inspire our students, faculty and staff selected students who inspire them to come to work each day. View the Project Inspire video.

Seatbelt Convincer Helps Students Stay Safe Before Prom

NYS Police helped reinforce the importance of wearing seat belts to MHHS students with the Seat Belt Convincer on May 10 just days before the prom. Watch the video.

Video of Students Thanking Bus Drivers

Here are two short videos of students thanking bus drivers on the May 12 Transportation Appreciation Day.

CES Students Thank Their Bus Drivers

Castleton Elementary students thanked their bus drivers on May 12 as part of Transportation Appreciation Day. Thanks to the PTO for providing food for our drivers! More photos.

Gr. 5 Donates to Charities for Pay It Forward Day

Gr. 5 students raised more than $200 for charities that they championed as part of International Pay It Forward Day. Read more.

Annual Fire Inspections Help Keep Schools Safe

Schodack CSD passed its annual fire inspection on May 3 which help keep schools safe. Read more.

Jason ChevrierBOE Names Jason Chevrier Next Superintendent

The Board of Education named Jason Chevrier the next school superintendent on March 8. He is expected to start July 1. "I am truly honored," said Mr. Chevrier. "We have such talented faculty and staff who take good care of our kids. We've got a wonderful community that is so supportive of our schools. I look forward to continuing to help make sure our students have the best education possible." Read more. Posted 3/09/17.

School SafetyParent Letter About "13 Reasons Why" Television Series

Our school principals have written a letter for parents to ensure they are aware of a Netflix series, "13 Reasons Why", which has caused some concerns nationally about how it portrays suicide and sexual assault. Read letter here. Posted 5/01/17.

 

 

Board of Education District Newsletter Available

Schodack CSD mailed a newsletter to our community on Apr. 7 including an update about the Capital Project and stories about what our students are learning. Read it here. Posted 4/07/17.

 

 

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. "Congratulations to the administration, faculty and staff for making Schodack Schools one of the highest performing school districts in the Capital Region and State," said Interim Superintendent Lee Bordick. Posted 2/10/17.

Water fountainResults of Lead Testing at Schodack Schools

Schodack CSD has received results for lead testing that was conducted at all three schools. There were no issues found with any of the schools' water fountains. Posted 12/22/16.

Castleton Elementary School Parent Letter
Maple Hill Middle School Parent Letter
Maple Hill High School Parent Letter