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  • Universal Pre-K (UPK) program information for the 2024-25 school year

    The district is excited to announce its plan for the UPK program for the 2024-25 school year. New this year: the program will run during normal school hours (7:50 a.m. – 2:21 p.m.). For detailed information and to register your student for next year, please visit the UPK web page.


  • CCS Board of Education to host in-person mascot forum Feb. 29

    On Thursday, Feb. 29, the CCS Board of Education is hosting an in-person mascot forum in the school’s auditorium. The forum will begin at 6 p.m. with students presenting their ideas. District residents will present immediately after the students. Due to time considerations, the forum will be limited to 30 students and 30 district residents…


  • Spring sports registration now open on FamilyID

    Spring sports registration is now open on FamilyID. Parents/guardians will need to register their child on FamilyID. All participants will need to be registered and have an up to date physical for athletic participation prior to the first practice. If you have any questions, contact Andrew Lapitsky at 518-677-8527, ext. 1412 or andrew.lapitsky@cambridgecsd.org.


  • Jr./Sr. High School announces second quarter honor roll

    Congratulations to the students who made the principal’s honor roll, high honor roll and honor roll! Seniors Principal’s Honor Roll Mia Alpy, Anna Bailey, Charles Brownell, Brice Burr, Samantha Crandall, Isabelle Flint, Ella Hunt, Ezden Koopmann, Gavin Krizan, Adeline Record, Kelsie Roarke, Nicole Robinson, Josha Roopnarine, Cosette Samuelson, Emma Washburn High Honor Roll Fyona Barber,…


  • Display cases highlight artifacts found at archaeology field schools

    To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the archaeology field schools at CCS, senior Rahe Lulla and science teacher Steve Butz worked together to create and update two display cases to showcase the work completed in the field schools. The Checkered House, a tavern on Turnpike Road that burned in 1907, was the site of a…


  • ‘Whatever!’ student magazine wins superior distinction for Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazines (REALM)

    The Whatever! Literary Arts Magazine has been recognized as a ‘Superior’ magazine by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). This year, schools in 46 states and five countries nominated 375 student magazines. Magazines from middle school, high school and higher education were welcomed for the 2023 contest. Members of last year’s Whatever! Journal…


  • Board of Education intends to extend Ken Facin’s contract

    The Cambridge Central School District Board of Education announced tonight that it intends to extend Ken Facin’s contract through the 2024-2025 school year. Facin has been serving as the interim superintendent since Aug. 15. The Board of Education is excited to extend Mr. Facin’s contract. Since arriving at CCS, he has brought a fresh perspective…


  • ‘Better Together’ reading initiatives inspire readers at all grade levels

    Throughout the 2023-24 school year, CCS students are participating in the new ‘Better Together’ reading initiatives. Each month has a new book with a variety of activities available to support the theme. The themes are connected to the character education program (SEL). Sue Varone, elementary literacy liaison, collaborated with Melissa Johnson, elementary counselor, to connect…


  • Kindergarten registration for the 2024-25 school year now open

    Cambridge Elementary School has finalized its plans for the kindergarten orientation process for the 2024-25 school year. Parents of children residing in the Cambridge Central School District who will be 5 years old on or before Dec. 1, 2024 must register to provide the district with the required information. Please register prior to the informational…


  • Operation Santa Claus brings joy to families each holiday season

    They are all a link in the chain. The chain has been supporting families in the Cambridge community for more than 30 years. Operation Santa Claus is an annual program that provides clothing, winter gear and food to CCS families in need. Mary Laedlein, Irene Headwell and Connie Larivee are the program coordinators who play…