Cats and dogs at the Animal Shelter of Schoharie Valley will be well-fed this holiday season, thanks to the generosity of Radez Elementary families and staff. A group of students and staff members visited the shelter on Thursday, Dec. 19, to drop off more than 20 stockings full of pet food, toys, beds and more. […]
Everybody eats. That’s why Deb Fletcher says all students – and not just those who will work in farming – benefit from Cobleskill Richmondville’s rich offering of agriculture courses, which she has been teaching for the past 33 years. “Even if you’re not in agriculture, you eat,” Fletcher says. “You eat, and you influence other […]
With a speech entitled “Free Speech Hate Speech,” Cobleskill-Richmondville High School student Rachel Yorke was the winner of the Schoharie County American Legion Oratorical Contest. As winner of the county contest, which was held Saturday, Dec. 7, at Sharon Springs High School, Yorke advances to the next round of competition in January. Yorke was first […]
Two members of the Cobleskill-Richmondville High School boys’ soccer team, along with head coach Jim Hotaling, have been nominated for major Section 2 Class B awards. Gabe Ethier (Player of the Year), Nick Beevers (Goalie of the Year) and Hotaling (Coach of the Year) all will be candidates for Class B’s highest individual honors when […]
The Cobleskill-Richmondville School District would like to extend its sincerest gratitude to the Cobleskill Fire Department, which generously donated smoke detectors to students whose homes did not have them. We are grateful for all the department does for our schools!
With snow in the forecast, now is a great time to go over how we communicate weather-related changes to the school day. Cancellations, delays or early dismissals are posted on the school district’s website at https://www.crcs.k12.ny.us and announced via Blackboard Connect automated calling system. Please ensure your child’s building office has your most recent contact […]
The Colonial Council recently announced the Cross Country Boys and Girls All-Stars for 2019. Athletes earned All-Star status based on their performance at the recent championship meet. Several C-R cross country runners from C-R earned that recognition, including; Charles Foote (Boys 1st Team), Tristan Ethier (Boys 3rd Team), Emily Johnson (Girls 1st Team), Morgan Johnson […]
On Friday, October 11th, 25 Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members attended the Fall District Meeting at Bryant and Stratton in Albany. The students learned about fundraising, networking, resume writing, and other business-related topics.
C-RCS is proud to announce that Corey Miner has completed his Eagle Scout Project Corey Miner, a senior at C-R High School and a Boy Scout in Troop 56 from Lawyersville, recently completed his Eagle Scout project on the Ryder Elementary Playground. Corey’s project used materials donated by associations representing faculty (CRTA) and support staff […]
On Wednesday, October 2nd, schools across NY State celebrated the first-ever Officials Appreciation Day. Our C-R coaches and student athletes expressed their gratitude for the athletic officials who make interscholastic sports possible each week. Officials were acknowledged and honored on our high school campus during our girls volleyball and girls soccer matches. Referees and officials […]