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  • Board of Education adopts $26.2 million budget proposal

    On Thursday, April 11, the Board of Education adopted a $26.2 million budget proposal for the 2024-25 school year. The proposed budget preserves the programs currently provided by the district. Residents will vote on the proposal on Tuesday, May 21 from 12-8 p.m. in the auditorium. In addition to considering the budget proposal, residents will…


  • Elementary Principal Jerry Gibson announces resignation

    On Thursday, April 11, Jerry Gibson announced his resignation as elementary principal effective June 30. Gibson accepted a principal position with the South Glens Falls Central School District. Gibson joined the district in 2019, serving as the elementary associate principal and CSE chair. He was appointed elementary principal in 2022. “We would like to congratulate…


  • Students and district residents select Tigers as next CCS mascot

    Updated April 11, 2024 At tonight’s Board of Education meeting, the motion was unanimously approved (5-0) to adopt Tigers as the next Cambridge CSD mascot. Over the past couple weeks, students in grades 2-12 and district residents were surveyed and asked to choose between three potential mascot options – the Eagles, the Tigers and the…


  • Students and district residents to participate in CCS mascot survey

    At the March 14 Board of Education meeting, the Board voted to table the mascot motion on the advice of the superintendent and legal counsel in order to provide more time for district administration to review additional information that had been brought to its attention. In response to questions and comments about the scope of…


  • Board of Education adopts 2024-25 district calendar

    At the March meeting, the Board of Education adopted the 2024-25 district calendar. Important Dates


  • Board of Education hears draft budget proposal

    At the March 14 Board of Education meeting, the Board heard a draft proposal of the 2024-25 budget from Interim Superintendent Ken Facin and School Business Administrator Michele Hogan. Individuals can view the drafted document below. Please note, this is in draft form and subject to change.


  • Early dismissal April 8; No school May 31

    April 8 – early dismissalMonday, April 8 brings us a total solar eclipse with much of New York state being in the Zone of Totality. While we are technically just outside of this zone, there are a number of resources that students and their families can take advantage of for this once in a lifetime…


  • Board of Education votes to table mascot motion

    We as a Board of Education have a motion to approve a new mascot this evening. On the advice of our superintendent and legal counsel, we are going to table this motion in order to provide more time for district administration to review additional information that has been brought to its attention and to discuss…


  • Student survey selects Valley Wolves as next CCS mascot

    Students in grades 4-12 were surveyed this week and asked to choose between two potential mascot options – the Eagles and the Valley Wolves. A total of 451 students (86% of the population in grades 4-12) completed the survey. Valley Wolves received 250 votes (55%) and Eagles received 201 votes (45%). Based on the results…


  • Setting a “goal”; Barber spreads awareness about goalball

    When Jaron Barber was 10 years old, he first attended Camp Abilities in Saratoga – a camp run by the Lions Club. At Camp Abilities, Barber first learned about goalball. Goalball is a sport exclusive to athletes with visual impairments, played by both men and women. Played in a gym court, the objective of the…