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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Assistant Principal Jodi Sullivan Graduation Ron Agostinoni with students Students told how they inspire faculty and staff

Jodi Sullivan Named Assistant Principal at MHHS

Jodi Sullivan, an educator with Chatham CSD for the past nine years, has been named Assistant Principal at Maple Hill High School. Read more.

Congratulations to Class of 2017!

Congratulations to Maple Hill's newest alumni! More photos.

Class of 2017 Walks Through CES

Castleton Elementary School lined the halls on June 21 to cheer the Class of 2017 during the district's annual Senior Walkthrough. Watch the video.

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.

School SuppliesSchool Supply Lists Available

Kindergarten Grade 6
Grade 1 Grade 7
Grade 2 Grade 8
Grade 3 Grades 9-12 - High School students will learn what supplies they need on the first day of school. Students are asked to simply bring basic supplies, such as pens and paper, for the first day of school.
Grade 4
Grade 5

Free Summer Meal ProgramsFree Summer Meal Programs Available

While school is out, free nutritious summer meals for children 18 and under are still being served in our community. To find a nearby location, click here. Posted 7/03/17.




Calendar2017-18 One-Page Calendar Available

The one-page 2017-18 school year calendar is available here. Posted 3/31/17.




CalendarMaple Hill Charity Golf Tournament – Sunday, Sept. 17

The 8th Annual Maple Hill Charity Golf Tournament will be held Sunday, Sept. 17 at Winding Brook Country Club in Valatie. Proceeds benefit The Anchor Food Pantry and The Christopher Beebe Memorial Scholarship Fund. For information, please call Michael Ackerman at 810-3772. Posted 7/19/17.


Health Office NewsImmunizations Needed for Start of School Year

School nurses would like to remind parents that proof of immunization is required for the following for the start of school:

Grade 6 – Tdap
Grade 7 & 8 - Meningococcal vaccine 1 dose
Grade 12 - Meningococcal vaccine 2 doses (unless first dose is received at age 16 or older).

WildcatsMaple Hill Athletics Earn School of Excellence Award

Maple Hill High School earned a School of Excellence Award from the New York State Public High School Athletic Association by having 75% of its varsity teams earn Scholar-Athlete Team Awards in 2016-17. Scholar-Athlete Team Awards require 75% of a team's roster grade point average be 90 or above. Congratulations! Posted 7/17/17.


School LunchSchool Lunches to Increase 15 Cents

To help ensure the school cafeteria program is self-funded, the cost of student lunches will increase 15 cents in 2017-18. CES lunches will cost $2.65. MS and HS lunches will cost $2.75. Breakfast for all students remains at $1.25. Posted 7/05/17.



Ron Agostinoni with studentMHHS Principal Ron Agostinoni Leaves; Search Planned

Maple Hill High School Principal Ron Agostinoni was named Principal of Shenendehowa High School at the district's June 6 Board meeting. "I would like to sincerely thank the Schodack community for allowing me the opportunity to be Principal of Maple Hill High School for the past seven years," said Mr. Agostinoni. A search will start immediately with interviews scheduled for September to allow for community involvement. Read more. Posted 7/17/17.

Administrative Restructuring Plan Presented for 2017-18

Jason Chevrier presented an administrative restructuring plan at the last Board of Education meeting that would not fill his Director of Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment position when he becomes superintendent on July 1 and add an assistant principal at the High School. Read more. Posted 5/23/17.

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. Posted 2/10/17.