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  • 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…


  • 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…


  • 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…


  • CCS unveils Hiawatha Peace Flag in gymnasium

    On Tuesday, Nov. 21, Dr. Thomas Porter visited CCS to help unveil the Hiawatha Peace Flag to secondary students in an assembly in the high school gymnasium. Dr. Porter (Sakokwenionkwas “The One Who Wins”) has been the founder, spokesperson and spiritual leader of the Mohawk Community of Kanatsiohareke located in the Mohawk Valley near Fonda,…


  • Meet Brooklin Drake, 7-12 Ag teacher

    The Ag program at CCS is alive and well. Brooklin Drake is in her first year as the high school Ag teacher. A graduate of SUNY Cobleskill, Drake has big plans for the resurrected program. “Coming into this program, my first goal was to recharter our FFA chapter as quickly as possible,” said Drake. “Now…