Student Council President: Avery Tam - Vice President: Kara Dumas
Class of 2022 -
President: Jaidyn Rushford
Vice President: Sarah Poirier
Secretary: Serena Cowan
Treasurer: Kimberly Dunn
Student Council 1 yr: Grace Jarvis and Ariel Leonard
Class of 2023
President: Rebekah Miller
Vice President: Kate Bleakley
Secretary: Ian Leary
Treasurer: Hannah Monette
Student Council 2yr: Lucas Jiguere
Student Council 1yr: Grace Bombard
Class of 2024
President: Samuel Breault
Vice President: Nevaya Adams
Secretary: Victoria Titus
Treasurer: Ryleigh Reardon
Student Council 2yr - Aleah Simonsen
Student Council 1yr - Mya Simonsen
Class of 2025
President: Alexander McDonald
Vice President: James Campbell
Secretary: Cameron DuMont
Treasurer: Maddie Decosse
Student Council 2yr: Charlie Breault Student
Council 1yr: Grant Locklin
Class of 2026
President: Liam Green
Vice President: Makayla Sweet
Secretary: Cloe Minckler
Treasurer: Daniel Sparling
Student Council 2yr: Lexis Sutton
Student Council 1yr: Sawyer Green
Class of 2027
President: Irelynn LaPlante
Vice President: Kelly Vanier
Secretary: Madison McDonald
Treasurer: Jake Kaska Student
Council 2yr: Paul Dwyer Student
Council 1yr: Kaeden Carter
CCS LEAD Team
Message from Mrs. Dwyer - August 4, 2021
On behalf of the staff at Chateaugay Central School, I am happy to welcome you to the 2021-2022 school year! I hope you enjoyed a summer vacation filled with fun and exciting memories with your loved ones. Enclosed you will find important information on upcoming events to start this school year.
Our first day of school for all students will be on Tuesday, September 7th.
School doors will open at 7:45 AM. Our first bell rings at 8:00 AM. Students are expected to be in their first period class at the 8:05 bell. Anyone coming after this time will be considered late to school. This year, the end of the 9th period will be 2:31 PM Monday-Thursday and 2:23 PM on Fridays. We will continue to have 10th period on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for students.
Seniors who are attending CTE and New Visions programs will meet the bus at CCS at 7:30 am. Juniors will ride the bus at 11:30am to attend their CTE programs in the afternoon. There will be transportation from these programs back to CCS. Students are also able to drive if given permission from their parents.
Forms and Expectations:
Attached to this mailing is information regarding common expectations for all students in grades 7-12. These practices will help all students have better clarity in what is expected of them and consistency among classrooms. Staff will be reviewing these practices with students the first day of school. Please take time to review them with your child.
Students in grades 7-12 will find a copy of their schedule in this mailing. If there are any changes needed, please contact Mr. Gugliotta.
Enclosed, please find a Transportation and Emergency Contact Information Sheet that needs to be filled out. It is very important that we have the most updated address, phone, parent and emergency contact information. The form asks you to provide the arrival and dismissal information for your child. On the information sheet you will select how your child will be dismissed from school. Please be sure the Transportation and Emergency Contact Information Sheet is filled out and returned to school by Friday, August 16th.
All students are required to submit the following forms: Parental Acknowledgement Sheet, Cell Phone Acceptable Use Form, Code of Conduct (Athletes only) Parent Portal (if interested), and Military Form for parents of juniors and seniors. These forms will be sent home the first day of school with students. Forms are to be returned to their 1st period teacher by Friday, September 10th. If your student plans to drive to school, please have him/her pick up the Parking Permit paperwork on the 1st day of school and return to our office by Friday, September 10th.
Students in grades 7-12 will receive a Chromebook during the first few weeks of school. Students will receive their devices as long as they have turned in their signed acceptable use forms. Students with completed forms from last school year will not be required to complete again. Only incoming 7th graders and new students to CCS have to complete and return them. Cases will be provided for all devices and must remain on the devices. Parents are asked to supply their child with a set of headphones or earbuds. Leaving a pair at school would work best. We will have some on hand in our school store should they need to purchase one.
Picture day with Lifetouch is scheduled for Tuesday September 14th. All students in grades 7-11 will get their picture taken. We will be sending the Lifetouch information home within the first week of school so parents are able to order pictures if they are interested. Seniors will have their picture taken on a separate date. We will share that information once we have confirmed the date.
Covid Regulations/Safety Protocols:
As you know, Chateaugay Central School District must comply with the guidelines set forth by the Department of Health and Department of Education. It is important that we work together to keep our students and school community safe. At this time, we are waiting for further guidance from the New York State Department of Health and the New York State Department of Education. We will continue to update you as we receive guidance for the 2021-22 school year.
Please be sure to visit our CCS Webpage and Facebook page for updates!
I am truly honored to work with you and your child. Please do not hesitate to contact me directly should you have any questions or concerns.
Respectfully yours, Kate Dwyer,MS/HS Principal
On Saturday, May 15th, Adyson Miller and Christy Patnode were awarded the NYS FFA Empire Degree. The Empire Degree is the highest honor students can receive at the State level. It also makes the girls eligible for the golden key or American Farmer Degree. The highest degree in the nation.