The Board of Education Meeting that was scheduled for Monday, June 18th at 6:30 p.m. has been moved to Tuesday, June 26th at 6:30 p.m. The Board of Education 2018-2019 reorganizational meeting has been scheduled for Thursday, July 5th at 6:30 p.m. Both Board meetings will take place at the District Office located inside the […]
Maureen Carroll to remain in place as Dean of Students through 2018-2019 At a special meeting of the Board of Education on Monday, May 21, 2018, Molly Hagan was approved as the next principal of Cazenovia High School beginning July 1st. Mrs. Hagan currently serves as the Elementary Principal of Seneca St. Elementary in Oneida. Molly […]
Cazenovia Central School District welcomes Mr. Ben New as its newly appointed Director of Curriculum and Instruction. Mr. New started working in his position on Monday, April 23, 2018. Cazenovia School’s Superintendent, Mr. Matt Reilly is very pleased with the hire and states, “Ben New stood out among a deep pool of applicants. His experience […]
On Wednesday, March 21 Cazenovia CSD and Project Cafe sponsored a community presentation and open forum on school safety. After brief presentations by Superintendent Matt Reilly and Director of Facilities, Matt Erwin, who is also the School’s Safety Coordinator, nearly 100 participants broke out into round tables to do a S.W.O.T analysis on perceptions of […]
The district in conjunction with Project Cafe will be hosting a School Safety Forum in the HS Gym Wednesday, March 21st at 7:00 p.m. There will be an overview of the district’s current safety measures followed by table discussions and SWOT analyses regarding keeping our students safe. We encourage students, parents, and community to attend.
As we approached the holidays at Cazenovia Middle School, students and staff were asked to lend a hand and help spread kindness in little ways. During the month of December we wondered who might be able to spare a warm dry pair of socks to share with those less fortunate. The generous members of our […]
CAZENOVIA M.S. – One way is by asking students to participate in an anti-bullying poster contest. Over 50 students in fifth, sixth, and seventh grades submitted their creations! A panel of celebrity judges, including superintendent of schools Mr. Matt Reilly, village mayor Mr. Kurt Wheeler, school board member Mr. Mark Goris, high school art […]