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  • 5th Grade Odyssey of the Mind team places 2nd in regional competition; moves on to states

    Congratulations to the 5th Grade Odyssey of the Mind team who placed 2nd out of 6 teams at their regional competition Saturday! They are heading to the state competition April 13! Team Members Gavin AlexanderAmaya AustinMilo CartinEllery RollendCharlie RomanoDominic ScullyAndyn Vallone Coaches Nicki CartinShannon Scully Outside Advisor Beth O’Grady


  • Board of Education intends to appoint Kathy Fields interim director of pupil services

    At the March 14 Board of Education meeting, the Board intends to appoint Kathy Fields the interim director of pupil services for the remainder of the 2023-24 school year. Fields is replacing Cherilyn Faraci, who announced her resignation in February. Fields previously worked for CCS from October 2006 until she retired in June 2020. During…


  • 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.


  • 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…


  • 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…


  • Voters to consider $11.28 million capital project; project has no additional tax impact

    On Tuesday, Dec. 12, Cambridge CSD residents will vote on a proposed $11,280,000 capital project that will provide no additional impact on the tax levy. If approved, the project would reconstruct a new auditorium in its current location, along with a lobby in the hallway adjacent to the auditorium. Uses of the new multipurpose auditorium:…


  • First graders learn to knit, make hats and blankets for Albany Med premature babies

    It started with a simple math word problem. If you are casting 20 stitches on knitting needles, how many more do you need to cast on to have a total of 35? The students didn’t know what knitting needles were, so CEO foster grandparent Judy Dupuis brought some in to show the class. First graders…