Christina New Named 2021 Teacher of the Year

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Through her rigorous work ethic and care for her students, Cazenovia High School Business Teacher Christina New has been named Cazenovia Central School District’s 2021 Teacher of the Year!

Q: College Attended Undergraduate:

A: Cornell University 

Q: College Attended Graduate/Masters:

SUNY Oswego

Masters in Business Education 


Q: New York State Teacher Certification(s) and/or other credentials:

New York State Business Education and Work-Based Learning Coordinator

Q: Where did you complete your student teaching (if applicable)?

Fowler High School 

Q: What activities (sports, clubs, jobs, etc.) were you involved in as a high school student and college student?

In High School, I played Varsity Soccer and Lacrosse and in college, I played Rugby for a season.  In High School, I was on VAASA (Varsity Athletes Against Substance Abuse), Colors (Cultural Diversity Club), SADD (Students Against Drunk Driving), NHS (National Honor Society) and LENS (Leadership Club).  I was also the Student Government Secretary all through High School.  In college, I joined the Hospitality Club and was a member of the Ivory Tower Honor Society.  I also worked at Temptations Ice Cream Parlor in Nyack, NY. 


Q: Did your family or another person impact your decision to become an educator?

My mother was a High School ESL teacher and was always a huge inspiration to me.  My father was the CFO of a company in NYC.  I’m a perfect blend of them as a business teacher.  However, my husband Ben was a Middle School teacher and Varsity Wrestling, Lacrosse, and Football Coach.  He had such amazing relationships with his students and players. Even to this day, 20 years later, we are invited to their weddings.  I still admire how much he loves education and it was he who inspired me to change careers from Business Development to teaching in 2005.  Everyday before we leave the house for school he tells the kids, “make it a great day for learning.” 

Q: Where was your first teaching position?  What did you teach?  Did you work elsewhere before being hired as an employee at Cazenovia?

I first taught at Camden High School in 2005.  I taught HS Business English, Web Design, Sports Marketing, and then Keyboarding and Computer Applications to elementary school students.  It was so much fun!

Prior to teaching, I was a Business Development Manager at  Affiliated Computer Services and had several summer internships in NYC. 

Q: When did you start teaching/working at Cazenovia?
 

2006

Q: Have you always been in education or did you start out doing something else?

I was a teaching assistant in a public speaking course at Cornell.  After graduation, I was actually offered the job to manage the Turning Stone Casino Spa, but turned it down to work in Business Development at ACS and do a little more travel.  

Q: When you started working at Cazenovia, who were some of the teachers that also started around the same time you did?

Kara Stauffer, a great HS Math teacher. 

Q: Please describe two to five moments as a teacher that you will never forget? Why? 

I’ll never forget all the Mr. Caz Pageants, Shark Tank Night, Sports Marketing events, going to states for DECA and being a class advisor.   This past summer, I traveled to Nashville for an Entrepreneurship Conference that was pretty incredible too.  

Q: What have been the biggest changes in the profession during your career?

My classes continue to change every year due to new technology being implemented and the content always changing.  I don’t think I cover anything totally the same year to year.

Q: What would you hope your teaching legacy might be? 

I just hope the students remember their CTE classes from HS as the classes that helped make a huge impact on their lives.  Our CTE Department consists of some of the best educators in the state in the areas of Tech, Ag, FCS and Business.  They all inspire me to be a better teacher everyday and I just hope the kids remember that I loved them and will always really care about them. 

Q: Please describe your family.

I have a husband named Ben, daughters Lexi and Caroline and a son named Christian. We also have a rescue dog named Rocky.  

Q: If you never became an educator, what career might you have had? Why?

If I never became an educator, I would have started my own business.  There may still be time for that though, we’ll see! I love to help people, so maybe it would be a non- profit.  I was a member of the Caz Covid response team this past year and I serve on the Chamber of Commerce Board.  


Q: Outside of your current position, what are your other interests/hobbies?

I am a soccer mom! haha! I also used to do triathalons a few years ago, need to push myself to get back into that! I like to bake cookies too much now 🙂  Its important to have a good work/life balance.  I’m very humbled to received this award.  Our district has an amazing group of educators, I’m just the lucky name called this year.  

HISTORY OF THE TEACHER OF THE YEAR AWARD

Each year, since 1983, the Cazenovia Central School District has honored one or more teachers for their outstanding accomplishments as an educator in our district. Nomination forms are sent to all members of the teaching staff in early June. When teachers nominate a colleague, they submit written explanations as to why a particular teacher should be considered for the Cazenovia Central School Teacher of the Year Award. In late June teachers, who have been previously been honored as Teacher of the Year, review the written nomination forms and select the individual to be honored. Previous “Teacher of the Year” recipients have been:

  • 1983  Barry Parker
  • 1984  Nancy Holland
  • 1985  Margy Clancy
  • 1986  Andy Lepine
  • 1987  Walter Stroud
  • 1988  Sybil Spaulding
  • 1989  Frank DeGrenier
  • 1990  Michele Decker
  • 1991  Pamela Ryan
  • 1992  William Paben
  • 1993  Amy Conley
  • 1994  Eric Jerabek
  • 1995  Educators of Distinction Program
  • 1996  Beverly Buck
  • 1997  Mark Evans
  • 1998  Deborah McCullough
  • 1999  Ronald Luteran
  • 2000  Christopher Hurd
  • 2001  Bob Read
  • 2002  Lorraine O’Connor
  • 2003  Kurt Wheeler
  • 2004  Nancy Kolwaite
  • 2005  Maureen Carroll
  • 2006  Marva Spuller
  • 2007  Ellen Dougherty
  • 2008  Lorraine Scheftic
  • 2009  Mike Burns
  • 2009  Vicki Reutter
  • 2010  Mary Damon
  • 2011  Nancy Saya
  • 2012  Sean Kelly
  • 2013  Margereta Sevier
  • 2014  Robin Costello
  • 2015  Sharon Gifford
  • 2016  Catharine Taylor
  • 2017  Teresa Campbell
  • 2017  Kristen Axe
  • 2018 Johanna Neugebauer
  • 2019 Kimberly Schug
  • 2020 Pam Rightmyre
  • 2021 Christina New

Class of ‘26 CHICKEN BBQ SUN Oct 17th @ Buyea’s

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Starting at NOON this SUNDAY October 17th, please go to the Buyea’s Parking Lot to purchase delicious chicken dinners from “Cowboy BBQ” and support the Class of 2026. Dinners will include half a chicken, potatoes, beans, and a roll. $12 each. First come, first served. Please set a reminder in your phone so you don’t miss this chance to make a Fall day taste like Summer. The Class of 2026 appreciates your support!

“I Am” COVID-19 Cazenovia Student Reflections Book Published

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“I cry because I miss Daddy when he is at the hospital – I am loving and loved” reads poem by Cazenovia student Lila Campagna, the inspiration for a now published collection of narratives, essays and poems by Cazenovia students, staff and community members impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Campagna didn’t know that her third-grade assignment in 2020 would serve as a ripple effect throughout the Cazenovia community.

“The book was developed to account for history in the making,” said Cazenovia Library Media Specialist Katherine McGinnis, who was so moved by Campagna’s poem that she opened the idea up to the Cazenovia community at large. The entries came piling in from students, staff and community members, and she spent the summer sorting entries, compiling, editing and publishing the book through Amazon.

“No matter how hard times may be, it is important to remember what we endured throughout the COVID-19 pandemic,” reads the foreword. “Thank you to all of our writers for your courage to share your experiences. We hope this work encourages reflection, inspires connection and brings hope to all those still healing from the COVID-19 pandemic.”

McGinnis said she was grateful to Cazenovia CSD administration who supported her throughout the project and also to middle school librarian Deb McHugh and high school librarian Ben Wightman who assisted in collecting entries. In the “About the Editor” section of the book, she reflects on her own COVID-19 experience, being on maternity leave when the pandemic hit.

“My transition to remote learning happened with an email,” she wrote. “I did not see my students or say good-bye. I simply made my Google Classroom and began posting lessons, attempting to reconnect with my kids via a computer screen.”

McGinnis writes that she did not plan on sharing her personal experience, but realized after reading the entries that all emotions, thoughts and experiences are important to share and vital to understanding the impact of a pandemic.

“I felt alienated and disconnected from my students,” she said. “And that’s when a colleague forwarded me Lila’s poem.”

McGinnis was inspired to create a book that would not only capture history in the making but bring the community together to remember 2020 not only for its challenges, but for its nature to encourage resilience, perseverance and hope.

One entry by senior Michael Parella reads, “I realized that there are parts of me that are only there because of the people I know. I realized that everyone I know adds something to my personality, and without being able to see most of them, those pieces were missing.”

Another entry by fourth-grader Lexi New reads, “The whole time was confusing and was hard. Sometimes I felt like crying. But the one thing that got me through was my family and friends and all the great teachers I had.”

The book is available for purchase on Amazon. The price is set to cover the amazon and printing cost exactly; there are no royalties collected from the book.

Donna Snyder Named 2021 Staff Person of the Year

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Staff Person of the Year

By displaying positivity and seeing the light in all students, Teaching Assistant Donna Snyder has been named Cazenovia Central School District’s 2021 Staff Person of the Year.

Snyder, who works at Burton Street Elementary School, goes out of her way to help students in need, even after school hours as a volunteer. Snyder constantly thinks on her feet, which is imperative in her role, as each day differs from the next.

Donna is a crucial part of the Burton Street team and doesn’t think twice about staying late for meetings, sitting in on conferences, and texting into the evening to brainstorm what is best for the classroom and the students.

Q: What would you say are the best parts of your job?

A: I just love working with the kids and helping them to learn things. It’s great to see the light go off when they’ve learned something new. I love to be a part of that.

Q: When did you first start working with Cazenovia CSD?

A: 2001

Q: When you first started working with Cazenovia CSD, what was your first reaction?

A: My kids went to Burton Street Elementary, so I volunteered here and at the middle school. So, I was used to being in and out of the classrooms. I was thrilled to be able to have a job here and work with kids.

Q: Are there a few moments that stand out over the years as some of your favorite?

A: I love working in the co-teaching classroom. That includes the teacher, a special education teacher and me. And we work as team with the kids. We started that a few years ago, and that has been exciting to stay in the classroom.

Q: How would you like to be remembered at Cazenovia CSD?

A: Someone that was dedicated to the students. And someone who helped kids become the best that they can be.

Q: Outside of work, what are some of your interests and hobbies?

A: I am an avid hiker, canoer, and camper. I’m a 46er. And of course, family. That’s comes first. We love Disney trips, and I have a grand daughter who we spend a lot of time with.

History of the Staff Person of the Year Award: Beginning in September 2011, the Cazenovia School District started honoring one non-faculty employee as Staff Member of the Year. This award is given annually to recognize how a staff member has contributed to the success of our students and the district. The Staff Person of the Year recipient receives a trophy in recognition of their award.

Recipients of this award have been: 

2011     Kathy Morse, Teaching Assistant 

2012     Bill Poglitsh, Maintenance 

2013     Jim Giardina, Transportation Department Bus Driver 

2014     Mary Dewan, Library Aide 

2015     Lou Ann Turner, Administrative Assistant to the Middle School Principal

2016     Cindy Hirt, R.N., Elementary School Nurse, Dept. Leader 

2017     Sheryl Conley, District Treasurer 

2018     Bitsy Namy, Teaching Assistant  

2019     Rick Bosworth, Transportation Department Bus Driver

2020     Trish Chiarello, Technology Department

2021     Donna Snyder, Teaching Assistant

Senior Portrait (10-8) & Yearbook Sales (10-15) Info

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Parents are encouraged to go to https://www.jostens.com/ to pre order the Cazenovia High School yearbook. Order by October 15th for the lowest price of the year ($60). You can get four free icons for those who get a personalized book. The free items are valued at a $10 savings and the personalization costs $7. Your payments may be spread out over three months without adding any extra fees. 

This is a reminder for the Class of 2022 that your Digital Senior VERTICAL portrait photos and baby pictures are due on Friday Oct. 8th as per the July 13th, 2021 email that went to the families of the Class of 2022. A copy of that information has also been attached below and is on the student’s class google page. IF you sent in a horizontal portrait photo, you MUST send in a vertical senior portrait replacement! The baby photos may be any dimension however, the portrait photo must be VERTICAL.

Tuesday Nov 16th will be our picture retake day for anyone who needs to swap out their photo package or missed the October 1st photo day.  All photographs will be taken in the High School Library.  Be sure to place your order online at https://my.lifetouch.com/mylifetouch/#/ . You may also type in mylifetouch.com. Once there, put in your picture day ID of EVTQPVFQ3 and you will be able to order. Students who do not wish to purchase a photo package will still have their photo taken free of charge for the yearbook.

If you have any questions please reach out to the yearbook advisors Kathy Hudson (khudson@caz.cnyric.org ) and Elise LaHart (elahart@caz.cnyric.org).

RELATED INFORMATION:

PARENT PHOTO LETTER

YEARBOOK FLYER 2021-2022

Introducing Our New Cazenovia Faculty

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Cazenovia CSD Welcomes Kyle Prenoveau, New K-4 PE Teacher

Please join Cazenovia Central School District in welcoming new elementary Physical Education Teacher Kyle Prenoveau.

Mr. Prenoveau has been teaching for two years. Prior to joining Cazenovia CSD, Mr. Prenoveau taught K-4 Elementary Physical Education (PE) in the West Genesee School District. Mr. Prenoveau earned his Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from SUNY Cortland.

When not teaching, Mr. Prenoveau can be found playing and coaching sports. He also enjoys listening to live music, hiking, skiing, and attending sporting events as a fan.

Cazenovia CSD Welcomes HS Business & Computer Teacher Ken Hammond

Please join Cazenovia Central School District in welcoming new high school Business and Computer Teacher Ken Hammond.

Mr. Hammond will be entering his second year of teaching. Prior to Cazenovia, Mr. Hammond taught one year at DeRuyter Central Schools in the Business and Computer Science program. 

Mr. Hammond became a teacher after several years in Sport Event Production. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sports Management from SUNY Cortland and holds a Master of Science in Education degree in CTE with a focus on Business and Marketing from SUNY Oswego. He has spent the last 11 years working for IRONMAN/World Triathlon Corp. as a Race Director for several IRONMAN 70.3 events and continues to do so. 

Mr. Hammond is a proud father of a son who is entering the first grade this fall and has a wife who has worked in education for the past 12 years as an English Teacher in the Fayetteville-Manlius School District. He is an avid cyclist and a person who enjoys all sports. 

Cazenovia CSD Welcomes Spanish Teacher Laura Shippee

Please join Cazenovia Central School District in welcoming new Spanish teacher Laura Shippee to the sixth and seventh grades.

Sra. Shippee has spent the last twenty years teaching Spanish. She earned her master’s degree in Secondary Education from SUNY Oswego as well as a bachelor’s degree in Public Justice and Spanish. She studied at the University of Barcelona, Spain and has travelled to Mexico and the Dominican Republic.

Growing up in Clifton Park, NY, Sra. Shippee currently resides in Baldwinsville where she enjoys spending time with her three children (ages 6, 11 and 14).

Cazenovia CSD Welcomes Middle School Physical Education Teacher Christopher Bubble

Please join us in welcoming new physical education teacher Christopher Bubble to Cazenovia Central School District.

Mr. Bubble has coached basketball for 15 years and has experience coaching football, baseball and softball and plans to continue his coaching career at Cazenovia. He said he looks forward to teaching, mentoring and being a resource for all young people.

Mr. Bubble has been a physical education teacher for 13 years, teaching elementary, middle and high school P.E. at Newfield Central School District and also served as Dean of Students prior to joining us at Cazenovia.

“I’m passionate about teaching students to become physically active for a lifetime and challenging them to maximize their athletic potential,” he said.

Growing up in the Ithaca area, he earned his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education Teaching from Ithaca College and his master’s degree in Physical Education (Coaching Pedagogy) from SUNY Cortland. Currently, he is pursuing a CAS in School Building and School District Leadership from SUNY Cortland.

Mr. Bubble lives in Cazenovia with his wife Tara and their two children Colton and Hayden.

Cazenovia CSD Welcomes new Registered Nurse Renee Fuller

Please join us in welcoming new registered nurse Renee Fuller to Cazenovia Central School District.

Mrs. Fuller has been a registered nurse (practicing in pediatrics), for the past eight years, the last four of which she served as an elementary school nurse in the Oneida City School District.

Mrs. Fuller first earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition from Cornell University before pursuing her nursing degree from Crouse Hospital College of Nursing. She said she is excited to bring her passion for helping people to the Cazenovia students and community.

Mrs. Fuller enjoys staying active and exploring the outdoors with her husband and two young boys, one of whom will be joining her at Burton Street for his first year in school!

Cazenovia CSD Welcomes new Fifth Grade Teacher Kaelee Cleary

Please join us in welcoming new fifth grade teacher Kaelee Cleary to Cazenovia Central School District.

Ms. Cleary is from Waterville, New York, where she grew up on a small family farm. She attended Mohawk Valley Community College, where she received her Associate’s degree in Childhood Education with a concentration in English. She then transferred to SUNY Cortland where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood/Childhood Education with a concentration in mathematics. Ms. Cleary is currently attending SUNY Brockport to complete her Master’s degree in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). As of now, she is certified to teach birth through sixth grade. 

Ms. Cleary has been substitute teaching since her freshman year in college. She has worked in a variety of districts, including Waterville, Sauquoit, Brookfield, and McGraw. She has been a part of Cazenovia Central School District for one year. Last fall, she student taught at Burton Street Elementary in second grade with Pam Rightmyre. She then began substituting for the district and completed a long-term placement in third grade.  In her free time, Ms. Cleary enjoys spending time outside hiking, kayaking, camping, and traveling. She also loves to cook and spend time with her family (especially her niece)! Ms. Cleary said she is incredibly excited to become a member of the Cazenovia community and family. She is looking forward to working with students, families, and the faculty here at Cazenovia! 

Cazenovia CSD Welcomes new MS Art Teacher Julia Macreery

Please join Cazenovia Central School District in welcoming new middle school art teacher Julia Macreery.

Mrs. Macreery is a graduate of Fayetteville-Manlius High School, SUNY Geneseo with a Bachelor’s in Art History and Studio Art, and Syracuse University with a Master’s in Art Education.

Prior to Cazenovia, she worked as an art teacher in the Syracuse City and ESM School Districts, as well as at the YMCA and Bright Beginnings Preschool. Aside from art and teaching, Mrs. Macreery enjoys scouting, camping, and spending time with her family. She said she is very excited to start teaching art to the students in Cazenovia!

Cazenovia CSD Welcomes Katie Carkey, K/1 Special Education Teacher

Please join us in welcoming Katie Carkey to Burton Street Elementary as the new K/1 Special Education Teacher. 

Previously, Mrs. Carkey spent 13 years teaching at Jowonio School (an inclusive preschool in Syracuse). Katie earned her undergraduate degree from Utica College in Psychology Child Life and her Master’s degree from Syracuse University in Early Childhood and Special Education. 

When she’s not teaching, Mrs. Carkey can be found exploring parks and going on adventures with her husband, 3-year-old daughter, and Great Dane. She also loves Syracuse basketball and trying out new recipes in the kitchen. 

She said she’s super excited to join the Burton Street team and can’t wait to get to know all the teachers and students. 

Cazenovia CSD Welcomes ENL Teacher Dana Cole

Please welcome Ms. Dana Cole to the Cazenovia Central School District as an English as a New Language (ENL) Teacher in the middle school and high school.

Ms. Cole, who has been teaching for seven years, previously taught ENL in the DeRuyter Central School District, working with all English Language Learners district wide.

Ms. Cole earned her Bachelor of Arts degrees in Teaching English as a Second Language and Spanish from SUNY Cortland. She also holds a Master of Science in Education degree in Literacy Education (Birth-Grade 6 and Grades 5-12) from SUNY Cortland. 

When not teaching, Ms. Cole can be found tutoring migrant students in the local area or playing piano. In her free time, Ms. Cole enjoys spending time with her husband and dog, camping, hiking, and traveling.

Cazenovia CSD Welcomes Miss Samantha Kio, New School Psychologist Intern

Please welcome Miss Samantha Kio as Cazenovia Central School’s new School Psychologist Intern.

Miss Kio is a graduate student at SUNY Oswego where she is completing the requirements for her M.S. in School Psychology and her Certificate of Advanced Study (C.A.S.) in trauma studies. She earned her undergraduate degree at SUNY Oneonta where she received a B.S. in Psychology. 

When Miss Kio is not working in the district or on her graduate degree, she can be found reading, playing music, or spending time with her twin sister. She also enjoys swimming during the warmer months of the year and skiing or snowboarding during the cold months. Her favorite football team is the Buffalo Bills.

Cazenovia CSD Welcomes Seventh Grade Math Teacher Connor Carroll

Please join us in welcoming Mr. Connor Carroll to the middle school as the seventh-grade math teacher. Mr. Carroll earned his Bachelor’s in Mathematics with a minor in Education Studies from Ithaca College. He is currently certified for grades five through nine in mathematics and has spent the last several years teaching Geometry and Spanish at Christian Brothers Academy in Syracuse.

Mr. Carroll is a graduate of Cazenovia Central School District and has been an assistant coach in the district for the Boys’ Varsity Cross Country team the last three years. He also enjoys coaching teams outside of the district in high school esports and outdoor track.

Mr. Carroll said he became a teacher because of the experiences he had while attending CCS. His mantra is to never stop learning because his students teach him while he is teaching them.

In his free time, Mr. Carroll competes in esports and spends time with family. He is thrilled to be returning to Cazenovia Central Schools in his new role.

Cazenovia CSD Welcomes Physics Teacher Jayson Pritchard

Please join us in welcoming Mr. Jayson Pritchard as the new physics teacher at Cazenovia.

Pritchard currently resides in Baldwinsville but grew up in the Rochester area. He earned a BFA in Theatre Design & Technology with minors in Math and Physics from Otterbein University near Columbus, OH. He earned an MSed in Inclusive Physics Education at The College at Brockport, near Rochester, NY.

Pritchard has worked all over the United States and Europe as theatre technician prior to becoming a teacher. He is excited to bring his technical theatre expertise to the Cazenovia CSD community.

This year, he will serve as a co-advisor to the HS Drama Club and Technical Director for the Spring Musical. Mr Pritchard is very excited to journey through the world of physics with his students this year in both AP and Regents Physics. When he is not teaching, Mr. Pritchard enjoys spending time at home with his cats. He enjoys reading and occasionally playing video games.

HS Picture Day & Sr. Group Photo Day is Oct 1st

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The High School picture day will be on Friday Oct 1st. Families should go to https://my.lifetouch.com/mylifetouch/#/. You may also type in mylifetouch.com. Once there, put in your picture day ID of EVTQPVFQ3 and you will be able to order online. This is the preferred ordering method and people should order online through Sept 30th, BEFORE the picture day. Shutterfly Packages, including digital and printed photos, start as low as $14.99. People who pre order will NOT have to return the paper order form or envelope distributed at school for picture day AND will receive a discount offer and free photo book from Shutterfly. ALL STUDENTS in the high school will be photographed for the yearbook FREE OF CHARGE even if they do not choose to purchase a photo package. This is the photo that will be used in the yearbook.  This photo is also uploaded into powerschool, so again, ALL students grades 8-12 should have their photo taken even if they do not purchase any photo package. No props will be allowed.

The Senior Group Panoramic Photo will take place on Oct 1st as originally planned at 2pm. It is up to students in the Class of 2022 to be present regardless of their early release status. Seniors must also have their photo taken free of charge during picture day to use for school ID purposes. This is the photo that will be used in the yearbook IF we do not receive another yearbook Senior Photo submission from you. Digital Senior photos and baby pictures are due on Oct. 8th as per the July 13th, 2021 email that went to the families of the Class of 2022. A copy of that information has also been attached here and is on the student’s class google page.

Tuesday Nov 16th will be our picture retake day for anyone who needs one.  All photographs will be taken in the High School Library.  Be sure to place your order and set a reminder on your phone!

Parents may also wish to go to https://www.jostens.com/ to pre order their yearbook. For the lowest price of the year ($60), plus four free icons for those who get a personalized book, order by October 15th. The free items are valued at a $10 savings and the personalization costs $7. Your payments may be spread out over three months without adding any extra fees. 

If you have any questions please reach out to the yearbook advisors Kathy Hudson (khudson@caz.cnyric.org ) and Elise LaHart (elahart@caz.cnyric.org).

Related Information:

PARENT PHOTO LETTER

YEARBOOK FLYER 2021-2022

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