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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CES students at World Gala Student speaks at event Hoops Against Hunger HS students speak with MS students HS Open House MS Drama Production

Gr.3 Holds World Gala

Castleton Elementary School hosted a World Gala on Mar. 20 where Gr. 3 presented research on countries, wore international clothing, and sampled foods. More photos.

Students Organize Events to Honor Parkland Victims

Maple Hill students organized events on Mar. 14 to remember the victims of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Watch video.

Hoops Against Hunger Raises Money for The Anchor

The Schodack community helped raise $4,143.44 and a lot of food donations for The Anchor food pantry at the Mar. 9 Hoops Against Hunger. The amount was the second highest ever raised in the event's 10-year history.

Gr. 6-7 Visits Maple Hill High School

Gr. 6 and 7 students visited MHHS on Mar. 9 to provide them an opportunity to ask questions and tour the building they will attend in the fall. Watch short video.

Maple Hill Open House Video

Maple Hill High School hosted an Open House on Mar. 3 where dozens of community members got an up close look at the Capital Project renovations. Watch video.

CES Students Enjoy MS Drama Club Production

CES students enjoyed a preview of MH Drama Club production "Twinderella: The Musical" on Mar. 1. More photos.

School SafetySchool Safety Message from Superintendent Chevrier

Superintendent Jason Chevrier would like to share a message about school safety with our community in the wake of the tragedy in Parkland, Florida on Feb. 14. Read more. Posted 2/16/18.


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.

School Budget InformationClarifying Times Union Article About State Aid

Schodack CSD would like to add clarity to a recent Times Union article that stated the district expects a large increase in state aid. The article fails to mention that the increase in the Governor's budget is due to reimbursement for the Capital Project (approximately 76% of the project's cost is paid for by the state). Foundation Aid, the category of state aid that supports general education, increases by 1.1% or $56,354 in the Governor's budget. The district will share more details about state aid in future budget communications. Please call the District Office at 518-732-2297 if you have questions. Posted 1/22/18.

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.