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  • Summer meals available at CCS July 8-Aug. 23

    The Cambridge Central School District is pleased to announce it will be offering summer meals for any children under 18 years of age from July 8-Aug. 23. Breakfast and lunch will be available Monday-Friday from July 8-Aug. 23. The meals can be picked up in the high school lobby. Individuals should enter the front loop…


  • Elementary student Kaine Pero passes away

    Dear families, It is with great sadness to share that elementary student Kaine Pero passed away on Saturday. Our thoughts are with Kaine’s family and friends during this difficult time. This news is very upsetting for our CCS community. Our entire mental health team will be available tomorrow to support your child during this difficult…


  • Fitness Center to close to public June 20, reopen July 8-Aug. 15

    The Cambridge Central School District Fitness Center will close after the session on Thursday, June 20. The Fitness Center will reopen for community members beginning Monday, July 8. The summer program will run from 5-8 p.m. Monday through Thursday until Aug. 15. The program will then resume when school opens in September. Individuals will enter…


  • Tully Maher and Vanessa Robinson win sectional titles in Track and Field

    Congratulations to Tully Maher who won the 1600 and came in 2nd in the 800! Congratulations to Vanessa Robinson who won the pentathlon!


  • End of year events for seniors

    There are a number of excited end of year events for our seniors! View the schedule of events below:


  • Voters approve 2024-25 school budget; Price and Honyoust re-elected to the Board of Education

    On Tuesday, May 21, Cambridge CSD residents approved the district’s $26.2 million budget proposal for 2024-25 by a tally of 458 yes votes to 231 no votes. The budget passed with 66% approving the proposal. By a vote of 508 to 185, voters approved the public library proposition. By a vote of 478 to 210,…


  • Environmental Science students build MycoBuoys

    Students in Mr. Butz’s environmental science classes recently worked with local mycologist Sue Van Hook to make eco-friendly, biodegradable MycoBuoys to be used in Nantucket Harbor near Cape Cod. The project was part of the class’s study of ecological engineering and sustainable design. The buoys are made from fungal mycelium and plant material and are…


  • Getting to know the Class of 2024 top 10 students

    Anna Bailey, Valedictorian Anna is the daughter of Jennifer and Peter Bailey. Plans after high school Anna will study psychology and art. Who they would like to thank I would like to thank my teachers and coaches for always pushing me to be a better student and encouraging me to have confidence in myself. I…


  • CCS Olympics of the Visual Arts team wins first place award

    On May 13, three teams participated in the Olympics of the Visual Arts. OVA is a creative problem solving event which celebrates student artists from across New York state. This year, CCS had three high school teams: All three teams created incredible solutions to their category prompt and represented our school beautifully. Congratulations to Rahe,…


  • Jr./Sr. High School regents and final exam schedule

    The Jr./Sr. High School exam schedule can be found below. Exams will take place on June 4 and June 14-25 (excluding June 19).