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Prepare for Battle of the Books!

Prepare for Battle of the Books!

December 6, 2017

Students at Radez will be introduced this year’s Battle of the Books program in early January and can begin to form teams! The Radez Library, in collaboration with CREST and the Community Library in Cobleskill, organizes this team trivia contest each year to encourage reading. This year, because of a vacancy for a Children’s Librarian […]

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No Board meeting on Dec. 18. Board of Ed will meet on Dec. 11

No Board meeting on Dec. 18. Board of Ed will meet on Dec. 11

December 4, 2017

Please be advised that there is no Board of Education meeting on December 18. The only Board of Education meeting to be held this month will be on Monday, Dec. 11.

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‘Keep up the good fun!’

‘Keep up the good fun!’

November 30, 2017

“Keep up the good fun!” said principal Kelly to students at Ryder. They were recently engaged in “tinker time” – guided, STEM-related, play activities. Students built houses, bridges, transforming planes and even bar graphs out of building blocks and other materials. For more photos from tinker time, click here to visit our Facebook page. 

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Unwrapping teamwork

Unwrapping teamwork

November 16, 2017

How do you build a team and satisfy your sweet tooth? Around Halloween, the WEB leaders got together with their 6th grade WEB groups to hold a team building activity. They worked together to unwrap Saran Wrap balls of candy that the WEB leaders had prepared. The object was for the groups to work through […]

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District moves to centralized registration

November 9, 2017

The Cobleskill-Richmondville Central School District now has a centralized registration process for your convenience. “In a district with multiple school buildings, we thought we would streamline the registration process and provide a better experience for our incoming families if they only had to make one stop,” said Director of Student Services Melissa Ausfeld. All incoming […]

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FCCLA students get into the fall spirit

FCCLA students get into the fall spirit

November 6, 2017

The members of the C-RCS High School Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America spent their after school meeting getting into the fall spirit. During this beautiful fall afternoon they decorated pumpkins and filled jars with festive cookie mixes for local families. A very special thank you goes out to Cold Spring Farms and Jefferey […]

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C-R students hold workshops on business at FBLA meeting

C-R students hold workshops on business at FBLA meeting

October 30, 2017

On Friday, Oct. 27, Cobleskill-Richmondville Future Business Leaders of America attended their Fall District Meeting held at Bryant and Stratton College in Albany. Planned by State Vice-President for District 4 and C-RCS student Marigrace Gerhardt, Cobleskill-Richmondville also had nine students present workshops on various business topics!

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From the Principal: Every day counts at C-RHS

October 26, 2017

Dear High School Parents, It’s hard to believe that our first six-week marking period is over!  We’re off to a great start and our students have settled in nicely.  Students have enjoyed a variety of fun activities including Point Break, Homecoming, and a number of field trips, amongst other things.  I’m hopeful that our positive […]

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Chez Dewey serves up library skills

Chez Dewey serves up library skills

October 13, 2017

Students are learning the Dewey Decimal System by playing “Chez Dewey” in the Radez Library. Here, a waiter is taking an order for a book that he will look up in the catalog (with a chef’s help) and deliver to the restaurant customer!

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Radez celebrates Fire Prevention Week

Radez celebrates Fire Prevention Week

October 12, 2017

The Richmondville Fire Department spent the morning with the Radez 3rd graders and special program classes discussing fire prevention, safety, and evacuation. The students were able to see the firefighters in their full fire suits and the equipment that is used to help fight fires. “Thank you to the Richmondville Fire Department for keeping our […]

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