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  • No Pets Allowed During Events

    Please be aware that no pets are allowed on school grounds during events such as practices, games, PE classes, recess, etc.

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  • Parent Reminder: Kids entering 7th & 12th grade must have the meningococcal vaccine to start school this fall.

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    First Student Now Hiring, Click for further info

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  • Finding out your schedule and teacher

    August 15th portal will be open to find out who your child's teacher is and or your child's schedule

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  • Class of 2016 Commencement

    119 Graduate

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  • Congratulations to CA Class of 2016 Valedictorian, Clarence Chan!

    Congratulations to Valedictorian, Clarence Chan! Clarence Chan has performed at the highest academic level in all honors, accelerated, college, and AP level classes and he has earned an Advanced Regents Diploma with Honors and Mastery in Math and Mastery in Science. As captain of the varsity soccer and volleyball teams, Clarence demonstrated leadership, sportsmanship, dedication, and athletic talent. Clarence was a leader in many clubs that he participated in at Coxsackie-Athens High School: Interact Club (Treasurer), World of Difference (Secretary), Drama Club (Treasurer and Stage Manager), Foreign Language Club (Treasurer), Library Club, National Honor Society (President), and Class Officer (Vice President). As an accomplished clarinet player, Clarence played in the school band and he participated in All County and NYSSMA competitions. Clarence has volunteered for many school and community fundraisers and events: Brooks Barbeque, YMCA Triathlon, Athens Firehouse Halloween party, Heermance Library remodeling project, Interact Club’s Adopt a Family, and Interact Club’s book fair to name a few. As a junior, Clarence attended The American Legion Boys State Seminar and he was crowned King at our Junior Prom. Clarence will be attending Harvard University in the fall as a Computer Science major.

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  • Congratulations to CA Class of 2016 Salutatorian, Benito Flores!

    Congratulations to Salutatorian, Benito Flores! Benito Flores has had outstanding grades in all honors, accelerated, college, and AP level classes during high school and he has earned an Advanced Regents Diploma with Honors and Mastery in Math and Mastery in Science. As a member of the school community, Benito exhibited leadership, talent, and dedication as a varsity golf athlete, Interact Club Treasurer, World of Difference Club President, Library Club President, Foreign Language Club Cultural Ambassador, and National Honor Society Treasurer. Benito also demonstrated immense musical talent by acting in Drama Club musicals and playing the tuba in school band, All County band, and in NYSSMA competitions. Benito has volunteered an extensive amount of time mentoring and developing curriculum for the National Engineer’s Future City Competition, as a 4H Club President and judge, as a theater teacher for the Greene County Council of the Arts Sprouts Program, and as a peer tutor. As a sophomore, Benito was nominated by our school to attend the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Conference. Benito will be attending Yale University in the fall as a Mechanical Engineering and Philosophy major.

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    Building Highlights June 2016

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  • Class of 2016 Awards Night

    64 Seniors were recognized for achievement, garnering over $30,000 in scholarships.

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  • Good News From Our Schools

    May 2016 Highlights

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  • Fortunately at C-A we have teachers and staff who truly care about all kids.  They personify what is best about the people who work at C-A.  We recently worked to synthesize these positive behaviors and came back to three key values(behaviors) that we feel clearly identify who we are. We have GRATITUDE in knowing we have an enormous responsibility each day to help kids be successful and there is no better satisfaction than working in a school where kids come first.  We understand each child has a story and by getting to know each of our students our EMPATHY for their challenges and successes guides our support for them.  Finally, we know that in order for us and our students to continually improve everyday we must HAVE HOPE and TAKE POSITIVE ACTION.

    These core values along with five anchor strategies(learn more about these athttp://www.cacsd.org/domain/524 ) provide us the lens and filter in our daily decisions and actions as we strive to be a school that inspires all learners to achieve extraordinary success. We invite you attend the many events we host throughout the year and see our students in action.  

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