Canajoharie Central Schools

Deborah Grimshaw, Superintendent
136 Scholastic Way, Canajoharie, NY 13317
518.673.6302 | 518.673.3177 fax | deborah.grimshaw@canjo.org

Class of 2017 to be honored at graduation

The Canajoharie Class of 2017 will be honored at a commencement ceremony at 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 23, in the Arkell Performing Arts Center at the high school. (READ about the program)

New Public Information Specialist joins District

Ben Meyers will take over print and digital communications for Canajoharie through the Capital Region Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES). (READ MORE ABOUT MEYERS)

Science teacher Lynn Saltsman to retire

Lynn Saltsman is retiring after 25 years teaching biology and chemistry at Canajoharie High School. We will remember her for the Science Spectrum, international trips, and some crazy lessons in her classroom. (Read about her amazing career)

CSI students wrap up CSI course with video projects

Seniors Danyel Monk and Jared Paratore showcased their technology skills by each producing a video as a final project for their Canajoharie High School's Computer Science Internship (CSI) course. (Read more and watch the videos)

Events abound at close of school year

As the school year draws to a close, the calendar is still filled with events. Here are some highlights as we close out the 2016-17 school year. (read the end-of-year event schedule)

June 8 Board of Education meeting video available

A video of the June 8 Canajoharie Board of Education meeting is now available for viewing. (watch the video)

Post Prom Party donors thanked

Thanks to the support of these donors, Canajoharie's 2016 Post Prom Party was a huge success! Thanks to all who supported this great Canjo tradition for another year. (Read A LIST OF DONORS)

Student project warns of distracted driving dangers

Brightly colored banners and lawn signs reminding motorists to say “no” to distracted driving are showing up around town, thanks to Mrs. Egelston's Digital Photography students. (Read more about the project)

Canajoharie's 'Computer Lady' to retire

Cathy Shults, Canajoharie’s “Computer Lady,” will soon be hanging up her keyboard and mouse when she retires in June. (Read more about her career)

Varsity athletes honored at Athletic Awards

Varsity athletes were honored for achievements during the 2016-17 season at the Canajoharie High School Athletic Awards on May 30. (See the full list of honorees)

Art teacher Kathy Van Loan to retire

Kathy Van Loan retires after 23 years teaching art at Canajoharie Central School. In that time, she has embraced every opportunity to grow as a person and a teacher, and to share her multicultural experiences with her students. (Read about her amazing career)

Watch video of the sixth grade's Medieval Feast

On Wednesday, May 24, the sixth grade wrapped up their social studies unit with the school's traditional Medieval Feast. (See video highlights of the day)

Boys track and field breaks records in sectional win

The boys track and field team broke three school records and won the team title during the Section II Group 4 track and field championships Thursday. (Read about the boys' win)

County honors students, staff at ‘Something Stronger’

Four Canajoharie High School seniors and one teacher were honored May 19 at the inaugural Montgomery County Students & Educators Made of Something Stronger event. (read about the event)

Meet the Class of 2017 valedictorian and salutatorian

Canajoharie Central School announces its two top scholars for the Class of 2017. Austin Countryman is the valedictorian and Cassidy Ferguson is the salutatorian. (Read about their accomplishments and plans)

Nellis pool to close June 22 for summer maintenance

The Nellis pool will close June 22 for summer maintenance. There will be no summer swim lessons, adult swim, or family swim. The pool will reopen with regular hours in September. This work takes place every three to four years.

East Hill yoga teaches important classroom skills

Every day at the beginning of school, one East Hill grade gathers in the gymnasium for a 20-minute yoga class. (Watch a video explaining how yoga is improving student behavior)

Students take time to #ThankATeacher

To mark Teacher Appreciation Week, we asked Canajoharie students to pick one word that describes their favorite teacher. (Watch a video of students and their teachers)

Download the Canajoharie Mobile App

The Canajoharie Central School District has launched a new tool to help keep parents, students, staff and the community up to date with district news and information. (Read more and download the app)