Catskill Central School District
Reflecting Academic Excellence
News & Announcements
The Little Mermaid March 31 - April 2 @ CHS
Catskill High School Presents Disney’s beloved musical The Little Mermaid March 31st and April 1st at 7:00 p.m. and April 2nd at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students & senior citizens - call 518-943-2300 to purchase. See show poster...
Board of Ed. Candidate Petitions Now Available
Nominating petitions for Board of Education candidates are available from the Board Clerk now through April 17, 2017 business days between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. The Board Clerk, Judy Enck, is located in the superintendent’s office building at 343 West Main St. in Catskill and may be reached at email@example.com or 518-943-4696. For this year’s election, there are five seats open on the Catskill Board of Education. Learn more...
Student Council Meets their Serviceman Pen Pal
Catskill Elementary School’s Student Council enjoyed a special visitor when their pen pal, U.S. Army Specialist Mitchell Kazanjian, stopped by to have lunch with the students on March 2. The students have been writing to him since he was stationed overseas with the 173rd Airborne. “It’s just real nice that they take the time to write to you, especially at such a young age, and even if you don’t have the time to write back,” said Kazanjian, who was visiting Catskill while on leave prior to heading up to the Adirondacks for his new assignment at Fort Drum. “Now that I am stationed in New York, I have time to stop by and visit the kids who are writing to me.” Learn more...
Winter Sports Awards
Catskill High School held it's 2016-17 Winter Sports Awards night March 2nd in the CMS auditorium. The event honored the Catskill Cats' most outstanding student-athletes. See list of awardees...
Read Across America (and CES Too!)
Nothing gets kids interested in reading more than a great story. On Dr. Seuss’ birthday, March 2, Catskill Elementary School participated in the National Education Association’s Read Across America Day, which celebrated literacy at our school by bringing in special guests to read to our students. CES enjoyed sixteen volunteers from the community who stopped by and read some exciting books to students in every grade. There were many stories by Dr. Seuss, of course, and books by other children's authors as well. Guest readers included folks like Lt. Frascello from the Catskill Police Department (pictured) and Greene County legislator Gene Hattan. Learn more...
“Outside the Lines” Annual Art Exhibition