Chateaugay Central School

PO Box 904, Chateaugay, NY 12920 - (518)497-6611 - fax (518)497-3170

Bulldog Events

Copy of September 2018 Menus.pdf

September Menus

2018-2019 School Calendar-Board Approved 3-5-18.pdf

2018-2019 School Calendar

See Mrs. Gardiner if you are interested in a field trip October 3rd to Clinton Community College. Grades 11 and 12 only.

Chateaugay Bulldog Gear

Support the Class of 2020

Purchases can be made on-line at: http://shop.fancloth.com/12920/412895

Checks to: CCS Class of 2020 and drop-off to Mrs. Reynolds/Mr. Johnston

Sale ends: October 1st, 2018

New Idea

Each year we send home many letters, notices of important events, sign up sheets and so much more. This year a shared folder has been created for PreK-Grade 6 and another for Grade 7 through 12. We will try to make sure digital copies of those letters are placed in those folders. If you need access to something that was sent home, please feel free to contact a.trombley@chateaugaycsd.org or any of the main offices and it will be added to those folders. Thank you.

Weekly Newsletter

Would you like your own copy of the weekly newsletter? The newsletter looks great on phones, tablets, laptops and of course, your desktop computer. Signing up is very simple.

Go to: https://www.remind.com/join/ccsnews to sign up. The newsletter is sent out every Saturday morning at 9:00 AM and then is posted on the school website, Facebook Page, Twitter account and Google + page. Community members are invited to share events and we always appreciate pictures and stories about CCS students doing wonderful things outside of school.

Our first newsletter for the 2018-2019 school year will be sent out Saturday, September 8, 2018. We look forward to another successful year at CCS.

Go Bulldogs!

Pictures

Do you like taking pictures? Please consider sharing some of your best from CCS events with the website and we will make sure they get shared with all the fans of the Bulldogs. Send your pictures, links or sharing information to a.trombley@chateaugaycsd.org. Thank you for your support.

Thanks Mr. Tam

For more information

Property owners:

Local officials:

Watch a recorded webinar for local officials, or view the printable presentation.

Materials available

You can print pamphlets and posters for your office, or send a request to the email address below for printed copies.

Questions?

2019 Changes to Exemptions for Property Owners Age 65 and Over

To receive the Enhanced STAR exemption, property owners must enroll in the Income Verification Program (IVP).

Property owners enroll in the IVP with their assessor at the time they are applying for or renewing their Enhanced STAR exemption. They only need to enroll in the IVP once. If eligible for the Enhanced STAR exemption, they will automatically receive the exemption each year thereafter.

In the first year, the assessor will verify their eligibility based on the income information provided.

In the following years, the New York State Tax Department will verify their income eligibility. Property owners will not need to renew the exemption or provide copies of their tax returns to their local assessor.

We will notify the assessor whether the property owner’s income satisfies the income eligibility requirement, but we will not disclose their income to the assessor.

Senior citizens exemption recipients must apply for Enhanced STAR separately.

To receive the senior citizens exemption, property owners must apply each year. In the past, older adults who qualified for the Partial Tax Exemption for Real Property of Senior Citizens (also known as the senior citizens or aged exemption) were automatically granted the Enhanced STAR exemption.

Due to changes in New York State law, beginning with applications for 2019, they must apply separately for the senior citizens exemption and the Enhanced STAR exemption.