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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Ron Agostinoni with students Students with archaeologist Paw Print Newspaper CES published authors Gr. 7 students on Boston class trip Graduate helps encourage healthy eating Student with artwork Students at Prom Walkthrough Nate Porter and Noah Roberts Students told how they inspire faculty and staff

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.

Capital Project Provides Learning Opportunities for Students

Sixth graders learned from archaeologists involved with investigating the route for the sewer lane on Maple Hill Road. Read more.

Paw Print Student Newspaper Available

The graduation edition of the Paw Print student newspaper is now available.

CES Students Published in Magazine

Castleton Elementary School had its latest group of published authors as students had work featured in Skribblers magazine, a publication featuring student stories and artwork. Thank you to the CES PTO for purchasing copies of Skribblers for our students!

Grade 7 Takes Class Trip to Boston

Grade 7 students had a great time on the annual Class Trip to Boston on May 31 where they learned about American Revolution history!

Maple Hill Graduate Helps Students Eat Healthier

Robyn Eames '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.

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.

Graduation InformationGraduation to Be Held in Gym - Friday, June 23 at 6:30 p.m.

Tonight's graduation will be held in the High School gymnasium due to the potential of severe storms. Guests with tickets will be allowed in the gym starting at 5:45 p.m. Guests without tickets will be allowed in starting at 6:15 p.m. Posted 6/23/17.

 

School BusShuttles Available for Class of 2017 Graduation

To help make parking easier for our guests, Schodack CSD will offer school bus shuttles for the Class of 2017 graduation. Shuttles will run between the Middle School parking lot and the High School before and after the event. Parking spaces for those with disabilities will be available in the parking lot behind the High School. Vehicles can also drop off guests in the parking lot behind the High School. Posted 6/23/17.

Ron Agostinoni with studentMHHS Principal Ron Agostinoni Leaving in July; 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 6/06/17.

Maple Hill High School named a Reward SchoolMHHS Honored with Reward School Designation

Maple Hill High School was one of five schools in the Capital Region to earn a Reward Schools designation, a New York State Education Department distinction reserved for the highest achieving schools in the state. Read more. Posted 6/01/17.

 

 

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.

School BudgetWork on High School Track Starts

We would like to inform our community that the High School track will be unavailable starting Tuesday, May 23 due to repair work that is expected to continue through at least the first week of August. We apologize for any inconvenience. The district consulted with its athletic director and coaches to find a time that would cause the least disruption to athletics. The work will include pulling off the old top coat, milling the pavement underneath, applying a new layer of pavement (which needs to cure for 30 days), applying a new coat, and striping. Posted 5/22/17.

Calendar2017-18 One-Page Calendar Available

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

 

 

 

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.