Canajoharie Central Schools

Deborah Grimshaw, Superintendent
136 Scholastic Way, Canajoharie, NY 13317
518.673.6302 | 518.673.3177 fax |

Superintendent's Conference Day set for Friday, Oct. 9

There will be no school for students on Friday, Oct. 9 due to a Superintendent's Conference Day. All schools will also be closed Monday, Oct. 12 in observance of Columbus Day.

Congratulations to the Canajoharie golfers

Congratulations the Canajoharie golfers for their fine performance at Sectionals this week. (read more and see photo)

Canajoharie Homecoming set for this weekend

The annual Canajoharie Homecoming will begin with a dance for students at the high school on Thursday, Oct. 8. A Homecoming Parade will step off in the village and proceed to the football field beginning at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9. (read more)

Local Elks Lodge donates dictionaries to fourth graders

The Canajoharie/Fort Plain Elks Lodge on Friday, Oct. 2 provided free dictionaries to every fourth grader in the district. Since 2004, the Canajoharie/Fort Plain Elks have distributed dictionaries free of charge to local schools as one of their many volunteer efforts. (read more and see photos)

Canajoharie Board of Education to meet Thursday

The Canajoharie Central School District Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 8 in the high school conference room. (view agenda)

Longtime Canajoharie Middle School secretary to retire

After more than 20 years working in the district, longtime Canajoharie Middle School secretary Joanne Heiser will retire effective Friday, Oct. 2. (Read more and see photo)

Middle and high school picture days changed

Please note that Picture Day at Canajoharie High School is now set for Tuesday, Oct. 6 and Picture Day at Canajoharie Middle School is set for Wednesday, Oct. 14.

Nellis Pool resumes regular hours

As of Monday, Sept. 14, the Nellis Memorial Pool will resume regular hours. (Visit Nellis Pool Web page)

Students begin another year of learning

Students in the Canajoharie Central School District returned to school Wednesday, Sept. 9. (See photos of the first day)

STAR activities greet CHS students during first day of school

During the first day of school, Wednesday, Sept. 9, Canajoharie High School students spent the day engaged in a variety of fun, team building activities through the school's popular STAR program. (view photos of the STAR activities)

New special education director in place for district

The boards of education in Canajoharie and Fort Plain have named Jennifer Schwabrow as the new director of special education for both districts. (Read more and see photo)

New principal appointed at Canajoharie Middle School

The Canajoharie Central School District Board of Education has appointed Mark Rauch as the new principal at Canajoharie Middle School. (Read more and see photo)

Canajoharie Athletics launches new online sports calendar

The Canajoharie Central School District Athletics Department has launched a new online calendar to provide community members with the latest schedule of district sporting events. (read more)

Canajoharie Board of Education appoints new high school principal

The Canajoharie Central School District Board of Education has appointed Rebecca Gleason as the new principal at Canajoharie High School. (read more)

New state immunization requirements in place for 2015-16 school year

With the start of the new school year approaching, parents should be aware that there have been changes to the 2015-16 immunization requirements for public schools. Among the changes are requirements that all children have their complete series of MMR, DTaP and polio immunizations prior to entering school. Previously, the final doses of each vaccine could be administered up until age 6. (read more)

Summer swim program a success

Approximately 65 children in seven different levels participated this year in the Canajoharie Nellis Pool Summer Learn to Swim Program. (see photos)

East Hill students keep academic skills sharp during Summer Stars Program

The Summer Stars Program is underway at the East Hill Elementary School. The five-week program helps students maintain and sharpen academic skills by particpating in fun, hands-on activities that focus on science, math and English language arts. (See photos)