Chateaugay Central School

PO Box 904, Chateaugay, New York, 12920
Phone - (518)497-6611: Fax - (518)497-3170

CLICK HERE for the link to this fundraiser!

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From Mrs. McArdle:

Here are some pictures of students building neurons in psychology, Because as psychologist like to say: everything psychological is biological!

Thank you to the representatives from area colleges who were at CCS today as part of the SUNY Roadshow. Thank you to Mr. G. for the pictures.

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From Mrs. Beaudin:

The 5th graders had a wonderful time

this week creating Affirm Your Awesomeness posters!

From Mrs. Thomas - My 2nd grade class was getting a little upset about all of the rain and not being able to go outside for recess, so we decided to learn all about it. We learned about the water cycle and precipitation. Then we used shaving cream (clouds) and blue water to show the process of a cloud getting too heavy with water and having to release it. They had a great time!

A week's worth of activities in Miss Swinton's room. Thank you, Mrs. Warriner, for the pictures.

From Mrs. Harrigan:
Student Entrepreneurs Work with the Cafeteria

The school's new salad bar is about to get some really fresh greens. Thank you Olive for helping to harvest lettuce from our grow cart this morning. This partnership between the students and cafeteria has been helped through a Health and Wellness grant :) Olive is excited to use this SAE (Supervised Agricultural Experience) in her AFNR (Ag Food and Natural Resources) class with Mrs. Ashline.

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Here are some memories from when the current building was opened in 1954. Also, take a moment to look at the school newspaper.

Dedication and Open House 1954.pdf
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Pre-K friends enjoyed making Lions out of pancakes to end our Letter L week! They really loved eating the finished product!

Some team building exercises in P.E. class.

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Science and S’mores

We didn’t have a campfire, but we did enjoy some s’mores :) After discussing the importance of accuracy and measurement in daily life (medicine, engineering, cooking, etc.) students measured and calculated the density of a whole and half a graham cracker and chocolate bar. They then compared their results concluding size doesn’t affect the density of an object.

STEM and Fresh Salsa from the CCS Garden

Miss Decillis’s 5th grade class was able to create another recipe from the raised bed gardens at C.C.S. Tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, and onions were harvested. The gardens are helping the students realize how some of their food is grown and prepared. The students were able to participate in reading the recipe and tasting the salsa. Many thanks to Mrs. Ashline, Mrs. O’Connor and her students for their help in the preparation of this treat.

The class of 2026 would like to thank all the community members who came and supported our Back to School Bulldog Breakfast fundraiser today. We had a fantastic turn out and are so very grateful for everyone who enjoyed a yummy breakfast this morning.

STEM & refrigerator pickles from the student garden

Mrs. Ashline and the 5th graders made refrigerator pickles from cucumbers they harvested from raised bed gardens planted last Spring. Students practiced reading a recipe, following directions and using their measuring skills. They can hardly wait to enjoy the pickles Monday. Students are also learning about the characteristics of plants. When they were all finished they enjoyed delicious zucchini cookies Mrs. Ashline made from the garden’s zucchini.


From Mrs. Sweatt: My students enjoyed the first week with some team building stem activities and an escape box.

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A look at the first week of school from Mrs. McComb.

District Wide Safety Plan-30 Day Notice

2022-2023 District Wide Safety Plan- Web Version.pdf

Current COVID Guidelines from the New York State Education Department

NYSED COVID Guidance August 2022.pdf

2022-2023 Free-Reduced School Meal Application

2022-2023 Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals-Milk.pdf
Student Artwork

Student artwork - thank you,
Mrs. Hamilton-Moore