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BOE Meeting 09-22-21

BOE Meeting 09-22-21

Notice of regular Board of Education meeting to be held on Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at 7:00pm in the Elementary Library. To ensure adequate meeting space set up,...

BOE Meeting 09-08-21

BOE Meeting 09-08-21

Notice of regular Board of Education meeting to be held on Wednesday, September 8, 2021 at 7:00pm in the Elementary Library. To ensure adequate meeting space set up,...

2021-22 First Day Paperwork

https://account.familyid.com/Please follow the link to fill out your students first day registration paperwork for the new school year 2021-22.

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Events

Wed, Oct 6 , 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wed, Oct 20 , 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wed, Nov 10 , 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wed, Dec 8 , 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wed, Jan 5 , 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wed, Jan 19 , 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wed, Feb 2 , 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wed, Feb 16 , 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wed, Mar 2 , 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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LIVE FEED

CCS

CCS

about 19 hours ago

Kindergarten students practiced writing their names, and a friend’s name, in their work binders!

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CCS

CCS

1 day ago

Where's Waldo? Abby found him in Miss Evan's science room.

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CCS

CCS

2 days ago

Mr. Slava's 8th Grade Agri- Tech class is learning about Aero-dynamics and air flow.

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Beth Olson

Beth Olson

4 days ago

This weekend our leadership team contact traced two separate covid cases that impacted our school. At this point, all close contacts have been identified and quarantined. Looking ahead, a summary of all positive cases involving the school will be posted on our website after 4pm on Fridays. We will continue to update and monitor you to any changes in our practice or protocols as they become available.

In addition, the Chautauqua County Health Department asked us to share that hospital emergency rooms and the WellNow Urgent Care Centers are overrun with folks requesting COVID-19 testing. The best way at this time to quickly and efficiently get symptomatic students and staff tested for COVID-19 is through the county. Unless someone is in need of emergency care because of the severity of their symptoms, one should not be using emergency and urgent care resources for testing, including to return to school or work. If you son or daughter is presenting symptoms and you want them tested, please call the health office and we will get you in touch with a county health representative to set up testing. Please remember, that there is no test out option for those in isolation or quarantine.

We appreciate your assistance with keeping your student home when they are sick, and we will continue to utilize all resources to keep our students healthy and in school.

CCS

CCS

4 days ago

The CSP cross country team traveled to Long Point State Park for the Red Dragon invitational on Friday. The Varsity girls picked up their 2nd runner-up finish in a week, just missing first by 4 points. Top runners for CSP were Hannah Schauman 9th, Solki Martin-Lacayo 11th, Deidre Cavness 13th, Tayden Persons 16th, Leighanne Swan 18th and Brooke Warner 27th.
The varsity boys took 10th lead by Michael Raven in 15th.
The modified boys finished first lead by Cal Cook's 1st place finish and the modified girls finished 2nd lead by Caitlyn Kriner's 2nd place finish.
The Wolfpack travels to Southwestern on Tuesday for their 2nd league meet of the season.

Attached Photos: Varsity Girls left to right. Brooke Warner, Manager Natalie Kranz, Leighanne Swan, Tayden Persons, Eve Johnson, Deidre Cavness, Solki Martin-Lacayo, Hannah Schauman, Cassie Marucci, Abby Becker, Haley Odell, Liz Anerson, Lauren Gibbs
Mod girls: Kiersten Olsen 13th, Caitlyn Kriner 2n, Tess Flikkema 9th
Mod boys: Laresn Swan 13th, RJ Johnson 6th and Colt Griffin 9th

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