Chateaugay Central School
PO Box 904 - Chateaugay, New York 12920
(518) 497-6611 Fax (518)497-3170
Here is information on up coming games and brackets for boys and girls basketball playoffs!!
- Saturday 2/22 Boys - 8:15pm game - @SUNY Potsdam - https://www.maxpreps.com/tournament/UbWVqjozEeqAzqREozo6lw/basketball-winter-19-20/section-x-boys-basketball-tournament--2019-20.htm
- Sunday 2/23 Girls - 1:00pm game - @SUNY Canton - https://www.maxpreps.com/tournament/8Yt7ojpBEeqAzqREozo6lw/girls-basketball-winter-19-20/section-x-girls-basketball-tournament--2019-20.htm
As part of out ongoing mindfulness education workshops, students in grades Kindergarten through two enjoyed a mindful art project. This experience was led by our own Mrs. Hamilton-Moore .
Senior Night and a Scoring Record
Thank you, Mr. Tam, for the wonderful pictures from a memorable night at the CCS gym. The senior basketball players and cheerleaders were recognized for their many years of dedication to the athletic department. The boys cut don the net once again this season and our own Jonah McDonald set a Section X scoring record. What a night. We wish you all well in the coming playoff season.
Art Therapy - Painting , soft music, and dim lights - this sounds wonderfully calming.
Now that is a hill. Recess in the snow. Great times.
Attention Chocolate Lovers
The Class of 2021 has begun their Spring Fundraising campaign with the Gertrude Hawk Chocolate Company. Orders can be placed now with a member of the junior class. The deadline to order is Mach 10, 2020. Orders will arrive on April 1. I do not believe that is an April Fool's joke. This is Mrs. Trombly's favorite fundraiser. No - not my wife - although she likes this one as well. The other Mrs. Trombly. No - not the one in the high school office, although I suspect she likes this one also. I mean the Mrs. Trombly who missing the letter e in her last name.
It was a STEAMy weekend in Plattsburgh on January 25. The CCS Science Olympiad Division B team (grades 6-9) won medals in 16 out of 23 events and came in third place. They also won the science trivia contest at the end of the day. Division C won medals in 5 of the 10 events despite only having 8 students competing this year. Ms. Rieger would like to thank Mrs. Brooks, Mr. LaPlante and Mr. Lindau (a student teacher at CCS) for all of their help. She wanted to add more details but thought the smiles in the pictures told a better story. If you have read her stories from prior events you know that is true. (Edit - she always wants me to punch these up a bit.) ((Edit - STEAMy - get it? Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. ))
I am now officially a full of PEP. Thank you to all those who made the afternoon such a fun time.
Thousand Words Picture
I have not designated a "thousand words picture" in quite a while, but I think this one is worthy of that title.
Elementary Students Hit the Slopes
Fourth and fifth graders have been given the opportunity to take part in a five week learn to ski program at Titus Mountain. We have enjoyed two afternoons on the mountain, so far. Much fun has been had, and everyone has shown a great deal of improvement. Everyone has mastered the chair lift and by our next trip we will start to move off the beginner hill! We cannot wait to see the skills that are developed by the end of this experience! - Mrs. Jones-King
Congratulations to the Science Olypiad for the recent success. More information to come.