Chateaugay Central School

PO Box 904, Chateaugay, New York, 12920
Phone - (518)497-6611: Fax - (518)497-3170
2023-2024 School Year Calendar 


From Mrs. McComb: My class, along with Mrs. Parmeter’s class, had another amazing day. We had a blast at the North Country Children’s Museum in Potsdam. We played, learned all about rockets and had a nice picnic at the park next door. We had so many amazing family members join us. We appreciate all their help on this fun adventure!

From Mrs. O'Neill: Fun Friday Game Day was a huge hit in Mrs. O'Neill's First Grade! Students worked hard all week to earn this time, great job first graders! 

Some Friday fun at recess from Mrs. Sandvig

From Mrs. Stewart's Journalism class: Hello! We will be featuring two journalists from our class today. Please meet Will and Cloe. As always, we thank you for your viewing and support!

Baseball Awards

The Jim Pinkerton Award finalists: Peter Reynolds

Section X Sportsmanship: Luke Dalton

Section X Athlete of Distinction: Luke Dalton and Peter Reynolds

Section X Second Team All-Northern: Peter Reynolds

Section X First Team All-Northern: Jake Kaska

Good Evening,

Our school year is quickly winding down.  I wanted to take a minute to share with you some important dates we have coming up as we come to the close of the school year.

There will be no CTE classes for Welding or HVAC in Salmon River on Thursday 5/23 or Friday 5/24.  There will be no BOCES for any CTE or New Visions students on Friday 5/24.  The last day for all CTE and New Visions classes will be June 12th.  Our senior CTE and New Visions students will graduate at the Malone Middle School on June 17th at 6 pm.  This is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the hard work these students have put into their trade!

The last day of double dismissal will be June 6th.  After that, there will only be 1 bus run until the end of the year.

The new Algebra Regents will be given on June 4th.  All students will still come to school that day.  Regents Week will officially start on June 14th.  At that point, students will only attend school if they have a Regents exam, a final, or a review class.  We will post that schedule and further information on our website as we get closer to June 14th.  

Our schedule for the 2024-2025 school year is almost complete.  We will send a rough draft copy home with the 5 week reports on May 31st.  This will give students time before the end of the year to meet with Mr. Gugliotta and make any changes that they need or want to make.

As a final reminder, our Moving Up Day Ceremony will be on Friday, May 24th at 12:30 pm.  Parents can enter our building through the flagpole entrance starting at noon.  Doors will lock at 12:30 pm.  Please park in the student parking lot.  If you want to sign your student out after the ceremony, please do so at the table in the foyer area.

We will post this announcement to the website and our social media accounts if you want to review the information again.

We look forward to the wonderful event and a great end to our school year.

Sincerely, Kate Dwyer

From Mrs. Reynolds: Chateaugay Softball will be playing in the Section X Class D Championship game!!

Tuesday, May 28th 6pm at St. Lawrence University!! Our Lady Bulldogs will take on The Harrisville Pirates!! 

Winner will advance to Regional play on Saturday June 1st vs Section 3 @ SLU, 2pm 

Kindergarten is taking time this week to remember those who we have lost in keeping us safe.  They are forever in our hearts and minds. ❤️

From McComb: Pre-K had an amazing day celebrating our annual Beach Day. It was the perfect way to enjoy the hot sun! We made some great memories! ☀️🏖️ 

Thousand Words Picture from Mrs. Artus. 

A thank you and shout out to Pre K and two very special ladies, Mrs McComb and Mrs Burgoyne for being so kind during their Beach Day!  Both kindergarten classes enjoyed chasing bubbles, the fishing game and being able to get a little spray of cool water on this hot day during their recess.

From Mrs. Stewart's Journalism class: Hello! We will be featuring two journalists from our class today. Please meet Anna and Kenzie. As always, we thank you for your viewing and support!

On Monday, May 20, 2024, students in grades 7-12 were allowed to hear about different career paths from many community members. Thank you to these volunteers, and to the the many hands who helped put this assembly together. 


Mrs. Thomas' class spent the whole week learning all about the different constellations. The students watched videos and listened to non-fiction books about constellations. They also had a great time creating their own constellations, which they presented to the class. However, the most exciting part of this week was when they got to visit the Star Lab, where they were able to share some of their new learning. A big thank you to Mrs. Dumont for providing us with this opportunity!

From Mrs. O'Neill: First grade fun, from coming in to discover our beautiful kites hanging (great job families!), some directed drawing, building, and imaginative play during free time, phonics bingo, chalk creations from stories with Mrs. Hamilton, being excited to be bringing our rapidly growing sunflowers home, the Elementary concert, and a much-needed brain break after all our hard work! Mrs. O'Neill also captured a special moment with a current 1st grader proudly sharing his projects and a now 2nd grader who says: "I remember doing these projects and this one was my favorite!" 

Thank you, Mrs. Gardiner, for these pictures of the spring sports seniors. Thank you to these student athletes for the many years of memories. We wish you well in the playoff season. 

From Mrs. Cartier: Mrs. Dwyer creatively combined colors, color words, and the theme of transportation to enhance students' learning in a fun hands on activity!

Here are some outside recess pics of Miss Summer's class. They are very creative with their recess time. I love how they gather together and start their own game of duck duck goose, hide-n-seek, tag or soccer. - From Mrs. Warriner

From Mrs. Warriner: Our Kindergarten students may be small but they sure do have some big smiles and big experiences.

2024 Kiss a Senior Goodbye.pdf

From Miss Swinton: Kindergarten went to the Teddy Bear Clinic today! So much fun was had and their stuffies are feeling much better! ❤️🥰

The CCS Junior Prom, "Spurs and Sparkles" will be held at the Northern Lights Stable on May 18, 2024.

The Prom Court: Seated- Mary Leonard, Avery McDonald, Aurora Gogolen, Maddie Decossse, Olivia Garwood, Leena Hoseler

Standing- Nathaniel Rahill, Grant Locklin, Jarrett Yaddow, James Campbell, Charles Breault, Dylan Garrand

From Mrs. Stewart’s Journalism Class: 

These past few weeks, students in our Journalism Class have created posters to recognize Chateauguay Senior Spring Athletes.

Each journalism student communicated with seniors and interviewed them about their spring sport. The seniors selected their favorite senior picture and/or picture that best represents them playing their spring sport. Congratulations on all of your achievements thus far! CCS will miss your smiling faces and positive attitudes! Go Bulldogs!   

From Mrs. McComb: Our Pre-K and Mrs. Parmeter’s class had an amazing turnout for our Pre-K Art Show today. Our class studied many famous artist throughout the year and made art inspired by these famous artists. Mrs. Parmeter’s class studied famous authors and made their art based of their favorite books by those artist. Our children had a blast showing off their hard work to their families. We had an amazing day!

From Miss Swinton: Kindergarten embracing their new super power, READING!!🥰❤️

Thank you, Mrs. Gardiner, for these pictures from the field trip to the ADK Career Connect for grades 9 and 10.

From Mr. Calnon - 3 animals enjoying the circus 

From Miss Swinton: Kindergarten had the wonderful experience of watching their caterpillars transformation into butterflies! Today we released them. 🙂 What amazing memories were made today. ❤️

CCS Basketball Camp Information

2024 CCS Basketball Camp.pdf

An exciting opportunity for students entering grades 6, 7, and 8 in the 2024-2025 school year.

CCSD After School Meals Program - More Information

Affordable Connectivity Program - More Information