Mrs. LaBare - My 10th graders did a World War One trench warfare trivia activity today with a COVID twist. They had to stay 6 feet apart to avoid trench fever and the 1918 flu pandemic and their masks were gas masks! Their desk were their protective trench. They battled it out with World War 1 trivia to see which side would win.
Gardening Tips and A Greenhouse
Students at CCS have been working hard at a gardening project with Mr. LaPlante and Ms. Rieger. They are making a greenhouse and providing some helpful hints and tips for starting your own garden.
Science with Snacks
The 7th graders put their knowledge of DNA to the test and built their very own edible DNA models! Students used colored marshmallows and toothpicks for the base pairs and Twizzlers for the sugar phosphate backbone.
CHATEAUGAY CENTRAL SCHOOL PRE-KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION
FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR
FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR
Every day on our Facebook page we have been posting some CCS memories. The pictures were found in a few dusty old boxes when some remodeling work was being completed in the high school wing of the building. The album linked here contains all the pictures that have been shared so far. We hope you like these little trips down memory lane.
FEH Creative Art Night
The most recent project was about making a soft cover western style according fold book . The instruction video is linked below and a PDF with more detailed instructions can be found HERE.
Thousand Words Pictures
These came before our break from Mrs. Cartier's room. The students celebrated the 100th day of school. There are some pictures that will make you smile.
Eighth Grade Egg Drop
The 8th graders have been learning about Newton's Laws and inertia. They had to design contraptions to hold and protect a raw egg being dropped from the ceiling. Some of the creative materials they used were popcorn, marshmallows, Play-Doh, peanut butter, and even Oobleck.
Second Quarter Bulldog Pride Awards
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CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: - VIRTUAL (ONLINE/PHONE) FOCUS GROUP WITH FAMILIES/YOUTH
Are you a family member of a child/youth in Franklin County who has received mental health services or who may be interested in receiving services in the future? Are you a youth in Franklin County? Franklin County Community Services would love to hear from you.
We are inviting youth and family members to attend a virtual focus group, which can be joined by phone or computer (to be scheduled in December/January). The focus group will last approximately one hour. To show appreciation for your time, we will provide gift cards as a small incentive.
As background, Franklin County Community Services is interested in hearing from family members and youth about mental health services and to learn about how we can better partner with youth and families. This feedback will be used to strengthen behavioral health services. Franklin County is planning to apply for a federal “system of care” grant, which would provide funding to strengthen services for youth and families in the county.
If you are interested in participating in this focus group, please contact Lauren Polvere, a consultant working with Franklin County, at 914.213.5075 or by email at email@example.com.