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  • ‘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…


  • Four teams earn NYSPHSAA scholar-athlete status for fall season

    On Wednesday, Dec. 13, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) announced its fall 2023 scholar-athlete teams and individuals. To receive scholar-athlete team recognition with a certificate, the team’s average GPA for 75% of the roster must be greater than or equal to 90. The following teams achieved this status: Congratulations!


  • Voters approve $11.28 million capital project

    On Tuesday, Dec. 12, voters approved the Cambridge Central School District’s $11.28 million capital project referendum by a margin of 416-255. The project will provide no additional tax impact on the community. Highlights of the project include: “We are greatly appreciative of the public support of this important capital project,” said Interim Superintendent Ken Facin.…


  • CCS partners with Care Solace for mental health care coordination

    The district is excited to announce its partnership with Care Solace, a mental health care coordination service that is available to all students, employees and district families. Care Solace has a network of more than 350,000 providers and services to ensure you find the right help at the right time, 24/7/365, at no cost to…


  • Statement on appellate court decision

    The State of New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division in Albany County rendered a decision today, Dec. 7, in the matter of the district’s logo and nickname. The appeal was dismissed, as moot, without costs. The Board of Education exhausted all avenues in relation to the mascot issue. The Board is now committed to moving…


  • Capital Project Presentation and Community Q&A to take place Dec. 7

    The district is hosting a Capital Project Presentation and Community Q&A on Thursday, Dec. 7 at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium. Everyone is invited to attend this event to learn more about the project and to ask questions. Project information can be found on our website. Additionally, please view the latest Q&A and a video…


  • Jr./Sr. High School announces first 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, Fyona Barber, Kylee Bolton, Charles Brownell IV, Kai Edwards, Isabelle Flint, Ella Hunt, Ezden Koopmann, Gavin Krizan, Adeline Record, Nicole Robinson, Josha Roopnarine, Cosette Samuelson, Emma Washburn High Honor Roll Michael…


  • Reminders for winter sports home contests

    This is a reminder that CCS is no longer charging anyone admission to any regular season home games. All individuals will be able to attend at no charge. If CCS is hosting a Section 2 playoff game, Section 2 sets the pricing for admission. Additionally, the Booster Club will be hosting concession stands for JV/varsity…