New York State Senator, Rachel May visited Burton Street Elementary School on the morning of May 7, 2021. She visited classrooms, and saw the playground and newly renovated gymnasium. She came to show her gratitude for our teachers, staff and related service providers for all they have done over this challenging and unprecedented year. Senator May spoke with students about her role in the senate, her job and how remarkable the Burton Street staff has been.
Senator May gave the Burton Street Elementary School a framed proclamation, which is truly amazing, and will be hung in the school.
School Superintendent, Matt Reilly, District Coordinator of Curriculum and Instruction, Ben New, and Board of Education Vice President, Joanne Race were also in attendance to support the special occasion.
Burton Street School Principal stated, “It was an honor to welcome Senator May to Burton Street. I am so incredibly proud of the teachers and staff and the commitment, creativity and flexibility they have demonstrated this year, especially amidst a pandemic, building renovations and a new principal. It was a wonderful gesture on behalf of Senator May to share my appreciation and extend her gratitude.”
To learn more about Senator May’s involvement with our State Government, please visit this website: https://www.nysenate.gov/senators/rachel-may/about
“Cazenovia CSD is sending out appreciation to our 3 fabulous nurses! Our district is so fortunate to have Cindy Hirt at Burton Street, Katy Pushlar at the Middle School, and Kathy Hudson at the High School. If you see these wonderful humans today- be sure to give them a virtual hi-five.”
-Mental Health Team
The History of National Nurses Week:
Written March 11, 2021
The Cazenovia Central School District has performed their lead testing as required by NYS law, which allows us to ensure our systems are at safe levels. Per state mandated testing of all potential sources within the school buildings, the District has collected samples from all potable (drinkable) taps and has received test results for all school buildings at this time. Of the 222 taps tested, only five samples exceeded the maximum contaminant level of 15 parts per billion (ppb). Other than the areas identified below, all other areas fell well within the limits for acceptable drinking water: room 41’s sink at BS 26 ppb, room 44’s upper sink at BS 96 ppb, room 201 at the middle school with 23 ppb, room 202 at the middle school with 28 ppb, room 211 at the middle school with 26 ppb, and girls locker room right sink at the high school with 29 ppb. The District closed and replaced these outlets as appropriate and received testing results back on all retests to be negative or less than countable amounts of lead content. Overall, we are very pleased with these testing results. These results will be posted to our website and if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Geoff Brown, Director of Facilities by Email: email@example.com or by mail: 31 Emory Ave, Cazenovia, NY 13035.
Director of Facilities Cazenovia Central Schools
Cazenovia Central School District Annual Vote and Election
May 18, 2021 from Noon – 9:00 pm at the Burton Street Auxiliary Gym
Parking in the Clark Street Parking Lot.
Qualified voters who do not want to vote in person because of concerns surrounding COVID-19 and public gatherings may also request an absentee ballot on those grounds as provided by law and Executive Order(s) then in effect. For an Absentee Ballot Application contact the District Clerk by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or (315) 655-1317.