Archive for November, 2018

“Screenagers” at Kallet Civic Center on December 6, 2018 at 6 p.m.

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Did you know that on average, our youth spend six and a half hours of their day looking at screens? Navigating a child’s access to screens and technology has become one of the most difficult parenting issues today. “Screenagers” is a documentary film aimed at understanding the impact of our children’s increased connection to digital screens. In it, Delaney Ruston — a filmmaker, physician and mother — attempts to explain the medical effects of and the science behind increased screen time, and to open a dialogue to find a solution to the problem. While there is no turning back on the digital age, the filmmakers hope the project can serve as a jumping off point for a much-needed conversation. “Screenagers” will be shown at the Kallet Civic Center on December 6, 2018 at 6 to 8 p.m. This is a free family event sponsored by Community Action Partnership and Madison County Department of Social Services. The event includes the screening of the documentary “Screenagers” followed by a dialogue to find a solution to the problem. The content is aimed towards parents, caregivers, teachers and youth ages 10 and up.  

CCS French Students visit the SU Campus

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Senior French students recently toured the Rodin exhibit at the SU gallery on November 13th.  The exhibit, Rodin: The Human Experience/Selections from the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Collections, presented 28 figures in bronze by Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), the French sculptor, considered in his lifetime to be the greatest sculptor since Michelangelo.

Included in the exhibition was the standing sculpture of Jean de Fiennes, one of six figures in bronze that comprise Auguste Rodin’s monumental The Burghers of Calais.  

Students also met with Cazenovia resident Mary Fedorko, Assistant Director of Admissions at the SU study abroad office to learn about the benefits, scholarships, and programs available for study abroad at the university level.  While abroad, students have the opportunity for great academic and personal growth.  The experience, whether long or short-term, will increase one’s confidence, adaptability, and cultural sensitivity.  Students take ownership of language learning and become more independent as they gain global experience.  In addition to academic programs, there is access to field study seminars, cultural immersion through homestays, and professional internships.  So many programs, scholarships, and possibilities!


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Middle School Announces 1st Quarter Citizens of the Quarter

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The following students have been named Citizens of the Quarter for 1st marking period: Ryleigh Ackermann, Macie Decker, Delaney Wester, Julius Loock, Riley Fowler, Becca Brooks, Ethan Burry, Sophia Kupinsky, Sofie Reger, Cooper Crouch, Shane Cummings, Lucy Bliss, Isabel Stromer – Galley, Meseret Stevens, Emily Everard, Audrey Wells, Lauren McLean, Abby Armour, Madeline Briglin, Abby Falso, Ethan Camp and Harry Hausser.

This honor is awarded to students who display good manners, a positive attitude, a consideration for others, cooperative behavior, and a responsibility toward self and school in an exemplary manner.  The students are nominated by their teachers who use specific examples to explain why they feel their nominees have earned this honor. It emphasizes attributes that are not easily measured by grade reports.

Togg Pass Options Announced!

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Togg Pass Options Announced!

Reduced rate passes to Toggenburg may be purchased by contacting Mrs. LaHart ( or 315-655-1370 x4214).  All the prices remain the same as last year however; the new deadline is much earlier and there are a few program changes.  All forms are due by 2pm on Tuesday 11-20-18.  The “Ski Checklist” and the “Toggenburg Registration Form” that are required to sign up, are attached. You will also find all pertinent information about the passes attached.  Contact Mrs. LaHart with any questions.  Late fees will apply after 11-20-18.  Please note that this is NOT an official ski club through the school.  It is simply a way for us to combine our purchasing power to qualify for reduced rates.  There will be no transportation provided or chaperones on duty.  If you are interested in the grade 3-7 program, you should contact Amanda Denton and Kara Burry directly for that other program.  There are also no deals for full season passes so if you are looking to purchase those, you should contact Togg directly at

Jr. High Drama Club Shined on Stage Nov. 1-3

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On November 1, 2, and 3 Cazenovia’s Jr. High Drama Club presented its “master-peach,” a production of Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach JR. Students in 7th and 8th grade told the story of a young orphaned child who found love in the most peculiar way. Together they discovered that while we are all born into a family, we then go on to create a family of our own. Students had a tough job of capturing such an interesting tale, and did an outstanding job portraying the message. Students and directors alike had an amazing experience and will definitely never forget what fun they had putting on such an outstanding performance. Please enjoy photographs taken by the directors during the performances.

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