In an effort to respond quickly to any potential threat to student safety, the district has added a new tip link to our webpage. The “See Something, Say Something” Tip Link allows parents, students, or community members to alert building principals and our School Resource Officer of any safety concerns. Information can be shared, and images uploaded, and sent directly to school administration. Our district is committed to the safety and well-being of our school and community. The “See Something, Say Something” and “Dignity for All Students Act” form links are located on top right hand corner of the Cazenovia CSD homepage and looks like this image below.
The 80th Annual Induction Ceremony of the Owahgena Chapter of the National Honor Society The following students were inducted to the Cazenovia High School Owahgena Chapter of the National Honor Society on Sunday, January 13, 2019: Dylan Anderson, Josie Avery, Jonah Bajema, Annie Baldwin, Davianna Bartelli, Peyton Basic, Chloe Boergesson, Vito Borio, May Braaten, Molly Brown, Tessa Carroll, Kali Costello, Nathan Croft, Katie Dolan, Claire Edwards, Alex Galle, Daniel Gavilondo, Tim Gibbons, Ryan Goodman, Eric Groff, Elliot Hale, Tessa Hansknecht, Ava Hartley, Savannah Johnson, Madison Jones, Tatum Kelly, Margaret Kmetz, Ted Koppers, Lindsey Lawson, Riley Lordon, Jake Marconi, Kate Martellock, Emily McGee, Evan Murray, Riley O’Brien, Jason Olkowski, Michael Anthony Parella, Brian Pezzi, Maeve Potteiger, Alex Rodriguez, Ryan Romagnoli, Molly Schwartz, Joe Spires, Isla Stover, Mackenzie Waite, Issac Walburger, Annie Walsh, Eleanor Wester, Gordon Wester, and Chase Willard.
The $15 million capital project proposal has passed 174-31. The proposition to establish a Capital Reserve has passed 177-28.
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CAZENOVIA, NY As was first reported on the Cazenovia CSD Facebook page by Cazenovia High School Office Assistant, Mrs. Amy Haube, the story of Jake Tobin deciding to put his best possible race time aside to assist another runner with visual impairments back up after slipping near the finish line, has now made local and national news. Thank you to Karen Kraus Wylie for her pictures and communication with our school about the moment at the Auburn Invitational held on October 13, 2018 at Auburn H.S. Please enjoy the following news links to this story about the sportsmanship and kindness displayed by Jake Tobin that has resonated with so many. NY Times: https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2018/10/17/us/ap-us-runner-helps-blind-competitor.html Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/runner-praised-for-helping-legally-blind-competitor-who-fell/2018/10/17/9647fd78-d212-11e8-a4db-184311d27129_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.9341c63b773c CNYCentral: https://cnycentral.com/news/local/cazenovia-cross-country-runner-stops-race-to-help-competitor-with-visual-impairment Syracuse.com: https://www.syracuse.com/schools/index.ssf/2018/10/cazenovia_hs_runner_comes_to_aid_of_visually_impaired_competitor_when_he_falls_d.html Cazenovia Republican, Jason Emerson (editor): https://www.eaglenewsonline.com/news/sports/high-school/2018/10/17/caz-runner-helps-fallen-opponent-action-going-viral-after-facebook-post/ The story about Jake Tobin will be featured tonight (October 17, 2018) on local CNY Central 3 & 5 (Syracuse) News after 5:00 p.m.