Canaseraga Central School District

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  • Potential Combining Athletics with Arkport CSD

    • Link to Survey

    During the school board meeting on February 16, 2017, the respective Superintendents for the Canaseraga and Arkport schools formally introduced the idea of combining our athletic programs.  Over numerous years, we have been able to bring athletes together to provide opportunities and to “save” teams from not being offered.

    The Superintendents and Athletic Directors will be working together over the coming weeks to develop a formal plan to combine our programs.  A plan will be presented to each school board on March 22 (Arkport) and March 23 (Canaseraga).

    A formal recommendation will then be presented during each school board meeting held at the beginning of April – Canaseraga’s meeting will be held on April 6, 2017.

    As the Superintendents and Athletic Directors begin their work, we would like to hear your thoughts / questions / comments / concerns.  Your feedback can be provided by using the following survey link:

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GZQT3KY

    • Letter to Parents

    District parents in each community were mailed the attached letter to inform them of the discussions between the school districts.

    Athletics Merger Letter

    • Athletics Presentation

    This presentation was discussed at the February 16, 2017, school board meeting.  If you have specific questions about the presentation, please contact Mr. Groff. 

    One note: the projected numbers reflect 7th & 8th grade students being on Modified, 9th & 10th grade students being on JV, and 11th & 12th grade students being on Varsity.

    Sports Merger PowerPoint


     

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  • Merger Presentation from March 9, 2017

    The presentation was shared with the Arkport and Canaseraga school communities at a joint school board meeting held on March 9, 2017.

    Reorganization Meeting March 9, 2017

    Merger Discussions with Arkport

    • Survey

    Following their meetings on February 16, 2017, the Canaseraga and Arkport school boards have initiated discussions about potentially merging the school districts. The school boards will be meeting together on Thursday, March 9, 7:30pm, in the Canaseraga Small Gym. Community members from both districts are encouraged to attend. In preparation for this meeting, the districts are requesting feedback using the following survey link: 
    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YWJ2J6S

    • Letter to Residents

    District residents in each community were mailed the linked letter to inform them of the discussions between the two boards of education.

     Letter to Residents

    • Future of CCS

    This picture attempts to represent the options that exist for the Canaseraga Central School. A question was asked at the 02/16/17 board meeting about the potential options that exist. While this is a VERY simplistic representation of the options before us, it does give a look at the options. There are also many nuances related to each option that cannot be represented in a simple picture.

     Our Future

    • Newspaper article

    On February 20, 2017, the Hornell Tribune published an article related to the merger discussions.                     Tribune Article

     

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  • Water Test Results for the District

    Please see the the following link for information regarding our Water Test Results for the District

    /site/Default.aspx?PageID=878  LAST UPDATED 3/9/2017

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  • NEW New York State Immunization Requirement
     
    As of September 2016, all entering 7th and 12th grade students will be required to have a first dose of the meningococcal vaccine to be able to start school.  The flyer is located here: http://www.ccsdny.org//site/Default.aspx?PageID=817

     

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Dignity for All Students Act 
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Otherwise, you may report this to the Dignity Act coordinator, Mr. Dan Bishop, as soon as possible so the district can investigate and take the appropriate steps to resolve the incident. 
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