Welcome

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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 COVID-19 & REOPENING UPDATES 

Our Schools
Corinth Elementary School
356 Center Street Corinth, NY 12822
518-654-2960
Corinth Middle School
105 Oak Street Corinth, NY 12822
518-654-9005
Corinth High School
105 Oak Street Corinth, NY 12822
518-654-9005
UPCOMING EVENTS
Tuesday
August 18, 2020
05:17 PM August BOE Meeting *Date Change*
The previously scheduled BOE meeting for August 11, 2020, will now take place on August 18, 2020.
Latest News
NYS Travel Advisory - Family Trips Outside New York

A friendly reminder that families who are traveling to/vacationing in the states listed on the NYS Department of Health travel advisory page must quar

Trent Kilinski Recognized by SCSBA

The Saratoga County School Boards Association would like to congratulate the following area seniors who were nominated by SCSBA member school district

Feet First Program 2020

Are you a family with full-time PK-12 children in Warren, Washington, and Northern Saratoga Counties? Do you need help purchasing new school shoes due

Community Food Drive Success

To say that our July 9, 2020, Milk/Food drive-thru event was a huge success would be an understatement. The Corinth Central School District is honore

Jovanni Mosca Receives CASDA Scholars Recognition Award

The Capital Area School Development Association (CASDA) is pleased to announce the capital district scholar award recipients, including Jovanni Mosca

Free Produce and Resources in Corinth!

Local food pantries have partnered with Corinth CSD to distribute free produce and food resources as a part of the Food Connect Program. Click to lear

Free Summer Breakfast Program

Corinth CSD is participating in the Summer Food Service Program to offer free breakfast meals to Corinth area children, 18 years old and younger. Clic

Senior Ensemble Virtually Sing Together

Check out this incredible video of CHS seniors virtually singing "Waving Through A Window"

Corinth Free Library Offers Online Services

The library may be physically closed, but there are plenty of online services for residents.

By The Numbers
1,200
Approx. Number of Students
$163,500
Median Home Value in Corinth
125
Professional Educators
Right now at our school
NOTIFICATIONS & PUBLIC NOTICES
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.