Chateaugay Central School

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

School Taxes - Please click the image above for online payment of taxes. Thank you. 

Open House and Spaghetti Supper Information

Spaghetti Supper:Open House.pdf

Mrs. Thomas' students enjoying some soccer fun

Mrs. Beaudin’s class learned how to peel apples for applesauce and enjoyed a lesson from the Shine On students from Plattsburgh State.

Sharing ribs with friends. 
Some back to school activities in 4th grade. Skittle Math, a crack the code team building activity, and a cup stacking challenge (students were only allowed to touch the cups with a straw, string, or rubber band.

As Fall approaches...

Students are hanging up their showmanship gear for now. Farmers of all ages enjoy exhibiting their best cattle at the Franklin County Fair. High School students, Jamie-Lynn and Zak Helm, right down to our youngest elementary student Calvin Couillard enjoy the friendly competition and camaraderie with friends. These 4-H and FFA members have worked very hard to display their prize-winning animals to the best of their abilities. 

When Franklin County Dairy Princess, Jamie-Lynn Helm, wasn't in the show ring, she was promoting the dairy industry along with dairy ambassador, Anna Dalton. Anna did a great job rewarding prizes to the dairy exhibitors at the fair. I know the farmers appreciate the hard work and dedication these young ladies put into promoting the dairy industry. It's nice to see them connect the people to their "roots." Jamie and Anna will continue educating the public and hopefully many schoolchildren throughout the year about the benefits of dairy. 

From Seed to Finished Product

The CDOS Program, Agriculture Pre-CTE Class and FFA have worked in 2023 from seed to a  finished product. 

Near the end of March we started growing tomato seeds in the grow carts. Some of the plants were sold by FFA in May. In June, the CDOS students worked with Mrs. Ashline and her sixth graders. They planted the tomatoes in the raised beds next to the playground. 

Now at the beginning of the 2023-2024 school year a number of the tomatoes were picked and made into pizza sauce. The students in the CDOS Program and Mrs. Ashline's 9th Period Agriculture class learned the process of preparing the tomatoes to make it into pizza sauce  before learning the canning process. Next week they are hoping to make pizza with this sauce.


My name is Sam Breault. I am a member of the CCS senior class of 2024, and for my senior project, I will be forming a community band and holding a Veterans Day concert to raise money for DAV (Disabled American Veterans). I am searching for members to play in this band. Whether you still play regularly or haven’t touched an instrument since high school, everyone is welcome and all help is greatly appreciated. I plan on holding practices in the CCS band room from 6-7:30 PM every Saturday beginning on Saturday, September 23rd, and continuing until the concert on Veterans Day, Saturday, November 11th. If you don't own an instrument, we will most likely be able to provide you with one. If you are interested, please fill out the Google form which can be found below. If you have any questions, you can contact me at (518)578-9808. Thank you for all your support, and I’m looking forward to seeing everyone.


5th grades read a story and learned about our “magic breath”. We talked about how our breath can help us through difficult times and can be a positive outlet for our emotions. They generated ideas like: turning sad thoughts into happy thoughts, meditation, helping us stay happy, helping us through stressful times, ect. Each student made a rainbow of ways that their breath can help them and used water colors to make their “magical breath”. 💜 ~Mrs. Beaudin & Mrs. Raville 
Here are just a couple shots from tonight’s Back to School Movie Night.  A big thank you to all who came out to enjoy  great night under the stars! ⭐️ 🍄 👨🏻 🐢 
Thousand Words Picture - I thought this might work for your posts, Madison McComb helping the younger students to their classrooms in the morning.  Photo Cred to Aurora

Sports Update

Please check your bookmarks and apps. Mrs. Reynolds would like you to know that Sections 7 and 10 have a combined website now.  LINK

You will also need to update your Activy Scheduler App. Look for this new logo:

Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) (Click to expand)

To: Parents/Guardians  

From: Loretta Fowler, Superintendent of Schools 

Date: August 24, 2023 

Re: Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) 

DEAR PARENTS/GUARDIANS: Visit Getlnternet.gov today to check your family's eligibility for $30 off your monthly internet bill and to sign up to save! 

High-speed internet is a necessity - especially for students. That's why the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law created the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) to lower internet costs. The ACP provides: 

Many internet service providers across the country offer high-speed internet plans that are fully covered by ACP - so millions of families can now get high-speed internet without paying a dime. 

Is my family eligible to save on our internet bill?  

How do I enroll? 

Step 1: Claim your ACP benefit by visiting Getlnternet.gov to submit an application or to print out a mailing application, contact a participating internet service provider, or call 877-384-2575  to learn more. 

➢ Step 2: Contact a participating internet service provider to choose an internet plan.  FULL LETTER

Attention all CCS Alumni:

At CCS, we are incredibly proud of all of our alumni and the multitude of various professions that they hold.  We are always wanting to educate our students on opportunities that await them once they leave the 4 walls of our beautiful school.

We are working on a video to celebrate our alumni, and to present to our students so that they can start thinking about life after high school.  CCS needs your help!

Please send a video of what you are up to!  Please include 3 things:

We will be putting together a culminating video that celebrates the successes of our CCS Alumni and this video will be used to spark different interests in our current students!  Please email your video to k.dwyer@chateaugaycsd.org.  

In the email, please indicate if you would be interested in participating in our career day at CCS this year. If so, we will send you an invite once our details have been finalized. 

I look forward to hearing from you.  All my best, Kate Dwyer