April, 2015 Dear Parent, We are beginning our planning for the 2015-2016 academic year. As part of this process, we are looking at scheduling, the calendar, program needs and student placement. Your student’s current grade level teachers create class lists based on academic progress, gender and student relationships. If you have specific concerns regarding […]
On Saturday, December 6th, an exhibit of artwork created by over 100 Cazenovia Elementary and Middle School students was unveiled at the New Woodstock Free Library. Work by students in Kindergarten through seventh grade was on display. A reception complete with refreshments was provided for the opening of the exhibit, which was held from 10:00 […]
Here are resources for the new school year, 2013-2014: Calendar: Click here to view the 2013-14 school events calendar and parents’ guide online. Transportation: Bus routes and driver names for the new school year have been posted on the Cazenovia Central School District Transportation page. Check it out to see what adjustments have been made to routes for 2013-14.
Submitted by Lisa Smith Lisa Smith’s Burton Street Elementary kindergarten class gathered with family and friends May 17 to celebrate writing. Students have been working hard on writing their own books on topics they know all about, such as soccer, bugs, goats, bikes and tractors. Parents also got an overview of the writing program, and […]
As one of only 20 schools in New York to be named a Blue Ribbon school by the U.S. Department of Education in 2012, Burton Street Elementary had plenty to be thankful for last week. That’s why Principal Mary-Ann MacIntosh and faculty members decided to host a special Blue Ribbon assembly Nov. 20, before students […]
The era of students piling tater tots or French fries on a plate and calling it lunch are over. That’s a good thing in the long run – for all of us. With childhood obesity rates spiking higher every year, the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act is designed to combat obesity while encouraging healthy eating […]
New York State’s Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act) seeks to provide the State’s public elementary and secondary school students with a safe and supportive environment free from discrimination, intimidation, taunting, harassment, and bullying on school property, a school bus and/or at a school function. The New York State Dignity For All Students […]