1353 State Rt. 7, Richmondville, NY 12149, V: 518.234.3565 F: 518.234.9006, Melissa Ausfeld, Principal Casey Bardin, Assistant Principal
March 10, 2014
Of The I Sing hits C-R stage this weekend
C-R High School presents Of Thee I Sing on Friday and Saturday, March 14 and 15 at 7:30 p.m. In the high school theater. Read more
March 6, 2014
C-RCS senior prepares for scholarship competition
Good luck to C-RCS senior Andrew Hartnett, who will be competing at the State Level American Legion Oratorical Scholarship Program on Saturday. Andrew will be the first C-RCS student to compete at the State Level.
March 4, 2014
C-RCS cheerleader honored
Congratulations to C-RCS sophomore cheerleader Valerie Snyder! Valerie was named a WRGB "personal Best" athlete. View her interview.
Mar. 3, 2014
C-RCS FFA goes to District Leadership Competition
The CRCS High School FFA represented very
well at the District 2 Leadership competitions held in Pine
Plains on Saturday, March 1st. 12 FFA members competed, with 8
members earning the right to advance to the sub-state level of
competition. Over 120 FFA members from Schoharie County south to
Sullivan and Orange Counties as well as Dutchess County
Mar. 3, 2014
Boys' Varsity Volleyball Team goes to Sectionals
The boys' varsity volleyball team earned a spot in the Class B sectional finals. The Bulldogs defeated Hudson in the semi-finals in 3 straight sets. Cobleskill-Richmondville then fell to Ichabod Crane in the finals in 5 sets. This is the second year that the Bulldogs have lost to the Riders in the Class B Finals. read more>>
Mar. 3, 2014
Fish and lettuce - a great combination!
Students in the Greenhouse Management class have been studying hydroponic food production and have constructed systems within their groups. During the unit, the students learned the basics of hydroponic production, nutrients, insect issues as well as the importance of developing new technologies to produce clean, year-round food. read more>>
Jan. 28, 2014
NHS inducts new members
In a ceremony held on Thursday, January
23, 35 new inductees joined the 28 existing members of the
Cobleskill-Richmondville chapter of the National Honor Society.
Students are selected for displaying outstanding scholarship,
leadership, service and character.
New members include Christian Ackerman, Joseph Baron, Eric Bates, Randi Bell, Brittany Bertola, Kathryn Billington, Kimberly Brizzee, Jessica Bullock, Ariana Cacciola, Jacqueline DeLorenzo, Chelsea Dibble, Nathaniel Gerhardt, Daniel Green, Zachary Haskin, Brooke Hoffman, Livia Horn-Scarpulla, Benjamin Javitz, Emma Keating, Hannah Lasher, Sara Lauterbach, Gabriel LaVine, Angelina Lorence, Connor McCarthy, Catherine Morrison, Dani Rappleyea, Isaac Rys, Gabriella Scott, Dahlia Sheehan-Yassin, Melissa Snare, Alaina Thaxter, Margaret Tryon, Carl Turnquist, Brandon VanWormer, Paul Vedier, and Shannon Vogt.
They join current members Cassidy Adams, Cristian Almodovar, Vice President Sarah Baldwin, Seth Billington, Randi Broadwell, Taylor Brooker, Jonathan DiCesare, Kathleen Dolen, Devyn Fairbairn, Cholette Fiore, Patrick Flood, Andrew Hartnett, William Hodge, Kinberlee Hoos, Bradley Koeberle, Megan Krisowaty, Morgan Loder, Courtney Mahar, President Warren Mau, Hannah Merklen, Hannah More, Erin Pacatte, Nicholas Rehberg, Jonathan Richards, Ashley Rickson, Kayla Stanton, Secretary Emily Stewart, and Treasurer Joshua Tusang.
Jan 27, 2014
Liberty Partnership students raise money to benefit the local animal shelter
On Saturday, November 23, 2013, members of the Cobleskill-Richmondville Liberty Partnerships Program (LPP) participated in a bake sale fundraiser at the Cobleskill Stewart's to benefit the Schoharie County Animal Shelter. This student-driven service project was the result of the LPP members brainstorming ideas to benefit the community. The event was a success, raising $136.20 for the Animal Shelter. Follow up plans are in the works to visit the shelter. Thank you CJ, manager of Stewarts, parents, students and staff who provided baked goods for the sale, and community members who bought the baked goods and made this venture a success. Pictured: Michelle Jordan, AJ O'Dell, and Aimee Oathout. Not pictured, but participated: Ashley Oliver, James Myers and Kaylie Ward.
Jan. 10, 2014
9th Grader wins national FFA Agriculture Grant!
Congratulations to 9th grade student,
Gene Broadwell for winning the 2013-14
Supervised Agriculture Experience Grant for $1000 from the
National FFA Organization! Gene submitted an application to the
National FFA in October detailing his plan for starting his FFA
experience program by creating an apple cider business using the
trees from his parents' land. He currently uses a borrowed
antique cider press and other equipment, selling about 15
gallons of cider in the fall of 2013. With the money from his
award, he plans to expand his operation by purchasing a new
cider press which will increase production and make his work
Gene was one of only two New York State FFA members to receive this $1000 grant. It is a highly competitive program that considers an FFA member's activities, work ethic, business plan and recommendations. Gene proved to the national selection committee that with hard work and creativity, he will be able to take a currently under-used asset of apple trees and turn it into a viable business selling apple cider. Cobleskill-Richmondville FFA is very proud of Gene for winning this major National Award!
Jan. 6, 2014
Global History and Geography II Class celebrates World Festivals
Ms. Spenello's Global History class hosted the Children's Center for a World Festivals celebration.
Dec. 11, 2013
C-R VAP Students speak at Technology Awareness Day
from the Virtual Advanced Placement Literature Class spoke at
the 2013 Regional Technology Awareness Day held at the Holiday
Inn on Friday, December 6th. These students, along with the
teacher, Ms. Meyer, from Duanesburg Central School District,
gave their perspectives on the unique blended learning model.
Capital Region's Virtual Advanced Placement Consortium is
delivering AP courses across time and distance using the
Blackboard learning management system and NERIC's video
conferencing service. By combining the online content delivery
tool with the "face to face" meetings, the Consortium hopes to
extend more AP opportunities to students.
Photo (left to right): Carl Turnquist, Justin Kowal, Ms. Meyer, Austin Czechowski, and Paul Vedier.
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