Ciarelli and Carroll Filling High School Leadership Positions for Remainder of the School Year At a Special Board of Education Meeting on March 12th, Peter Ciarelli was approved as the High School’s new Interim Principal and Mrs. Maureen Carroll as Interim High School Dean of Students for the remaining months of the 2017-2018 school year. […]
The district in conjunction with Project Cafe will be hosting a School Safety Forum in the HS Gym Wednesday, March 21st at 7:00 p.m. There will be an overview of the district’s current safety measures followed by table discussions and SWOT analyses regarding keeping our students safe. We encourage students, parents, and community to attend.
Congratulations to Taylor McCullough! Taylor is the first ever National Awarding Gold Key Winner from the Cazenovia School District! This honor is tremendous recognition for her and our community. BEST OF THE BEST Each year, the Alliance partners with more than 100 visual arts and literary arts organizations across the country to bring the Scholastic […]
Congratulations to Devin Shon (grade 12) and William Moskvich (grade 12), who each took home 1st place at the recent SkillsUSA regional competition at SUNY Morrisville February 2nd. Devin and William both participate in the mutual CCSD / OCM BOCES Career & Technical Education (CTE) program. Devin competed in the Automotive Service Technology division and beat […]
Indoor track Lakers compete at State Qualifier and Smith advances to State Championship By Coach Wheeler Five members of the Cazenovia Indoor Track teams competed at the elite State Championship Qualifier Meet at OCC’s SRC Arena on Feb 18 for the right to represent Section 3 at the NYSPHSAA state title meet. The group was led […]
Mad City is a fun and informative financial simulation that allows Cazenovia Business students in Personal Finance and Career and Financial Management to take on the role of an adult in futuristic Mad City, where they will get real world “financial reality check” complete with: occupation, salary, spouse and/or children, student loan debt, credit card debt, auto, mortgage & […]
A message From Our School Nurse: Parents and Students Can Help Slow the Spread of Flu With cold and flu season upon us, please keep the following guidelines in mind when deciding whether or not to send your child to school. This will help to control the spread of infectious disease at our school and […]