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Corinth Elementary School
356 Center Street Corinth, NY 12822
Corinth Middle School
105 Oak Street Corinth, NY 12822
Corinth High School
105 Oak Street Corinth, NY 12822

The mission of the Corinth Central School District, located at the gateway to the Adirondacks, is to spark lifelong curiosity in every student through inspired teaching that builds on the strengths of each student and creative partnerships so that our graduates excel in a rapidly changing world.

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January 19, 2020
06:00 PM Bowling Night
Sponsored by the Class of 2021 all are welcome to help students raise money for an after-prom event. $15/person (includes shoe rental and unlimited bowling) from 6-8 p.m. at Kingpin’s Bowling Alley
Latest News
Be the "I" in Kind

Students at Corinth Elementary School are celebrating the PBIS character trait of the month--kindness! Find out how!

Fedor's Fifth Grade Class Encouraged More Parents to Vote

Assemblyman Phil Steck and members of the League of Women Voters recently visited fifth-grade students in Mr. Fedor's class.

Student Artists Work on Display until Feb. 8

Check out students' artwork on display at the All-Stars Exhibition from January 11 through February 8 at The Saratoga Arts Center Gallery.  

Kaleb Lemelin Named Athlete of the Week

Kaleb is currently the top bowler for Corinth and is considered one of the top bowlers in the Adirondack league.

Corinth Fall Teams Recipients of NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Award

Three fall sports teams were recipients of the NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team award.

Lindsey Torda brings joy to health challenged children

Read about the kindness of CHS student Lindsey Torda who brings joy to children who face serious health challenges in their lives.

Olivia Mann Selected to Attend HOBY Conference

Corinth High School is proud to announce this year's HOBY conference attendee: Olivia Mann!

Corinth CSD Helps Corinth Families During Holiday Season

With the help of so many, we were able to provide holiday cheer for more than 153 children and families in our district.

Corinth CSD Recipient of Skidmore Cares Program

Skidmore Cares makes holiday donation to Corinth CSD.

Winter Safety Tips

It is the Corinth Central School District's goal to provide a safe, secure and healthy environment for our students, staff and visitors.

Flu Facts & School Attendance

When can my child go back to school after having the flu?

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FAQ on Legislation Removing Non-Medical Exemptions from School Vaccination Requirements
On June 13, 2019, Governor Cuomo signed legislation removing non-medical exemptions from school vaccination requirements for children. The United States is currently experiencing the worst outbreak of measles in more than 25 years, with outbreaks in pockets of New York primarily driving the crisis. As a result of non-medical vaccination exemptions, many communities across New York have unacceptably low rates of vaccination, and those unvaccinated children can often attend school where they may spread the disease to other unvaccinated students, some of whom cannot receive vaccines due to medical conditions. This new law will help protect the public amid this ongoing outbreak.
You Have the Power to Prevent Child Abuse
You do not need proof of child abuse or maltreatment to make a report, you only need to think that it has happened or that a child is at risk of being abused or maltreated. Your call to the Child Abuse Hotline is confidential. The family you report will not be told you made the report unless you say it is ok for them to know.
Pesticide Notification
New York State Education Law Section 409-H, effective July 1, 2001, requires all public and non-public elementary and secondary schools to provide written notification to all persons in parental relation, faculty, and staff regarding the potential use of pesticides periodically throughout the school year.
Lead Water Testing
On Sept. 6, 2016, Governor Cuomo signed legislation to require all public schools in New York State to test all potable water sources for lead. These sources include drinking fountains and sinks in classrooms, restrooms, kitchens, and outlying buildings.