Students pose with finished cat

Catical Illusions

Twenty-one students lent their talents to Catskill High School’s 2019 Cat’n Around Catskill cat, including students in CHS art classes, Art Club, as well as some who were just interested in being a part of this cool project. This year’s cat is “Catical Illusions,” sponsored by eye doctor Christine Scrodanus on Main Street, where the […]

Calculus the Musical

The search for the instantaneous rate of change and the area under the curve came alive when Pre-Calc and AP Calc students in Mr. Maccaline’s and Mr. Irvis’s classes took a trip to see Calculus the Musical. This traveling musical theatre production equated to the students enjoying a fun and entertaining show that covered the […]

Pictured left to right are Kendal Pederson, Izabella Marchesoni, Anna Smith, Regina Johnson, advisor Colleen Clancy, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Ronel Cook, Willow Morehead, Samantha Weber, Assemblyman Chris Tague, Rachel Reed, Kaitlyn Knapp, Gage Scheir, Samone Ivery, Briana Gersbeck, Emily Kirch, and faculty supporter Stacy Collier.

Assemblyman Tague Honors CHS Yellow Ribbon

Catskill High School Yellow Ribbon team members headed to the NYS Capitol on April 9 to participate in the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention Advocacy Day. While at the Capitol, the students met with senator George Amedore and assemblyman Chris Tague to advocate for state policy changes that would improve mental health and help prevent […]

CHS Choral Teacher Michelle Stores and Ed Donahue

Edward Donahue Performs at All-East Honors Ensemble Festival

Please join Catskill CSD in congratulating senior Edward Donahue on his performance with the Mixed Choir at the 2019 NAfME All-East Honors Ensemble Festival, held April 4-7. Ed was one of 80 students from the State of New York selected for this honor. He traveled to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he rehearsed and performed in concert […]

Group photo of Catskill students who attended NYS FCCLA conference

FCCLA Brings Home the Honors

Catskill’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapter scored big at the NYS FCCLA Conference and STAR Event Competition, held March 28 and 29 in Callicoon, NY. Of the six student teams who presented at the event, all came home with a medal, and the Catskill Board of Education received the FCCLA’s Board […]

image of vapor cloud obscuring the face of a young person and the word Vaping 101: What Every Parent Should Know

Vaping 101: What Every Parent Should Know

There are hundreds of e-cigarette brands on the market, and they are now the most commonly used smoking products among youth. Middle and high school students are increasingly using these battery-operated devices, often marketed as a healthier alternative to traditional cigarettes, to inhale nicotine, THC, and various synthetic chemicals. And that has health officials – […]