The High School Honors / AP process for the 2021-2022 school year has been posted on the website – click here for more information.
Kindergarten registration in the Cazenovia Central School District is scheduled for Monday, March 22 through Thursday, March 25 from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. (no appointment is necessary). There will also be a limited number of evening appointments available on Wednesday, March 24 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. by appointment only (first come, first serve basis) for those parents who cannot make it during the regular daytime registration hours. Wednesday evening appointments may be made by calling/emailing Mrs. Richer in the Burton Street Office at (315) 655-1325 or email@example.com. New York State mandated screening will be scheduled during registration.
New entrants must be 5 years old on or before December 1, 2021. Parents should bring the child’s proof of age (birth certificate or passport) and proof of residency (driver’s license, tax bill, rental agreement, utility bill, etc.) to registration. In the case of a child living with only one parent, a copy of the custody agreement is requested stating which parent has primary physical custody of the child.
Certified immunization records to-date are also required at registration.
For students whose names appear on the school census, the necessary forms will be mailed out the last week of February/first week of March. Parents who have not received forms and have an eligible child are asked to contact Mrs. Richer as soon as possible.
Any parent who has a child eligible to attend kindergarten and is not planning to enter the child in kindergarten for the 2021-2022 school year is also asked to contact Mrs. Richer.
High School Principal, Molly Hagan recently received a letter from Josephine Salvador, Ed.D., Executive Director, New York State Master Teacher Program of The State University of New York mentioning that Mr. Chris Hurd has been featured in “News & Updates” of the New York State Master Teacher Program’s (NYSMTP) webpage of www.SUNY.edu.
The letter, link to their feature story, and the “Chris and Jim CIM” site are posted below:
“Dear Principal Hagan,
I write to share that Chris Hurd, Cazenovia High School Technology and Computer Science teacher, is featured in “News & Updates” of the New York State Master Teacher Program’s (NYSMTP) webpage of www.SUNY.edu. Mr. Hurd was selected as a NYS Master Teacher in the fall of 2017, and we are honored to recognize and support his efforts to share his experience— and course materials!—through his website.
Thank you, Principal Hagan, for sharing your thoughts about Chris’s work.
The “Portrait of a Master Teacher” features the myriad ways that experienced teachers are supporting student learning, face-to-face and on-line. As you will see at “Chris and Jim CIM”, Mr. Hurd and his Indiana-based colleague Jim Hanson have created a valuable resource for teachers and students.
The NYSMTP is dedicated to recognizing and celebrating great teachers and great STEM teaching in NYS. Featuring teacher websites helps their best practices reach more teachers and students. You can view NYSMTP “News & Updates” at https://www.suny.edu/masterteacher/news/.”
Mr. Hurd’s, Chris & Jim CIM, website:
Substitute Teaching Assistants and Substitute Monitor positions are available at all school buildings.
The successful candidate must be able to assist children safely and effectively guided by the teaching staff.
Substitute Teacher applicants and Sub TA’s should complete the Cazenovia Employment Application. We do not have any Sub Teacher’s Aid positions available at this time. Substitute School Monitor applicants complete the Civil Service Application.
Mail in completed applications to: Cazenovia Central School District Office, 31 Emory Avenue, Cazenovia, NY 13035.
Dear Cazenovia Families and Staff,
In an effort to provide as much information as possible regarding the District’s COVID-19 situation, we have created a data dashboard that will allow users to track daily changes to the metrics that are used in the decision making process of the state, county, and district. Please note that the listing of “students and/or staff absent or leaving school early due to experiencing possible symptoms of COVID-19” includes just those individuals identified on that day and not a cumulative number (this is consistent with the daily data the District must report to NYS).
In addition to the data that appears on the dashboard, another factor that is taken into consideration when making decisions regarding transitioning to remote learning includes the district’s ability to staff classrooms, buses, and other essential areas with qualified individuals. This factor has driven other districts to move to remote learning and could force our hand as well. Lastly, while the protocols in place for health and safety of our school community have been effective in creating a safe environment, we must remember and attend to the mental health of our school community as well. The unsettling nature of frequent transitions between in-person and remote instruction coupled with the increased burden placed on students and teachers in these times may play a role in the deciding whether or not to transition to remote learning and for what duration.
I hope you find this tool useful in understanding both the extent of the District’s COVID-19 situation and the factors that are weighed in making decisions about the mode of instruction.
December 2, 2020
We are now more than one quarter of the way through the school year! And while we have experienced some disruptions due to COVID, students have enjoyed an extraordinary amount of high-quality instruction. I want to take this opportunity to thank all of you for being great partners in education! Students, teachers, and parents are engaged in a remarkable challenge. Each day is a new milestone and a testament to hard work and cooperation. Thank you!
I write today to alert families to an update on our scheduled December 11th half-day. Similar to our two previous half-days, we plan to make the scheduled half-day on Friday, December 11th a remote learning morning for students in grades 5-12. The insights we gleaned from our previous experience were essential in helping us to better prepare for when we have had to transition students and teachers to the remote learning environment. Our K-4 students will report to Burton St. where they will experience a remote learning environment in the classrooms with the support and guidance of their teachers. More information about schedules for that morning will be forthcoming early next week from your child’s principal.
Thank you again for your cooperation and please continue to emphasize with your children the health and safety measures that we know to be effective: good hand-hygiene, social distancing, and mask wearing.
Cazenovia, Superintendent of Schools