CES Students Raise Money for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
The CES K-Kids, together with the CES community and Story Place Preschool, raised a total of $3,315.96 during their Penny Wars fundraiser. All of the proceeds will be donated to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in honor of Emily and Bella. Kindergarten students raised the highest amount of money with $775.84. Great job!
SED Commissioner Visits Schodack Schools
New York State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia visited Schodack CSD on Apr. 1 to see first-hand the great learning happening in our classrooms. Read more...
WNYT Features 5th Grade Project
Thank you WNYT for visiting Castleton Elementary School on Apr. 1 for a story about our 5th graders using tablets to edit movie presentations of their experiences at the Challenger Learning Center at the Museum of Innovation & Science. Watch the video here...
3rd Graders Hold World Gala Event
Third graders held a World Gala on Mar. 22, the culmination of a four-week research project. Students created tri-fold displays, brought ethnic food to share, and found outfits so they could transform into the young people from the country they studied. Great job! More photos...
CES Students Raise Record Amount for American Heart Association
"The CES K-Kids are extremely proud to announce we raised over $7,100 at our annual Jump Rope for Heart event which benefits the American Heart Association!" said School Social Worker Jennifer Sober. "This is the highest amount we have ever raised at this event!" Great job! More photos...
WNYT Meteorologist Paul Caiano Answers Students' Questions
WNYT Meteorologist Paul Caiano visited CES Feb. 10 to answer 1st graders' questions about weather. Students had great questions such as what causes lightning, why are there different seasons and why are clouds different colors. Mr. Caiano shared with students how important math and science are to his job. Thank you Mr. Caiano!
Gr. 5 Students Learn to Work Together at miSci Museum
Fifth graders worked together on a simulated space mission at miSci, the Museum of Innovation and Science in Schenectady. Students took the roles of scientists and engineers as one group went to a space station where they determined coordinates for a comet and then had to relay the data back to students in the control center.