Our JV Baseball team wrapped up their season with a spectacular win this week! Coach Fauler shared game highlights:
"JV finished off their season with a 14-2 win against Salem. Parker Duerr-Clarke pitched 5 1/3 innings, continuing to throw the ball on the mound. Kris Barnes came in to close the game out, shutting the next two players down. Our defense and bats came alive today, with multiple different players scoring runs. It was a great way to finish off the year. Thank you to all the parents for your support this year and the players for all their hard work!"

Congratulations, Riverhawks! We look forward to seeing you all on the diamond next season! The future of our baseball program is bright!
More photos on Facebook!
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It was a big day for our CHS/HL Mountaineers Varsity Track team in Granville yesterday! Highlights from our coaches:
"Congratulations to both Girls and Boys Varsity Track teams performance at last nights League Championship in Granville. The Girls got 2nd place and received the runner up trophy. Highlights were Kayden Beaver was 1st in the 100 and 200 race. Abby Proctor was 2nd in Triple Jump and as part of our 4 x 100 Relay Team. All 3 relays placed 2nd. 4 x 100 (Arieanna Shannon, Sydney Crombach, Abby Proctor, Stella Vanderheyden), 4 x 400 (Erika McGuire, Sage Shanahan, Lila Riihimaki, Kayden Beaver), 4 x 800 (Erika McGuire, Sage Shanahan, Sophia Hogan, Maddie Baldes). Erika McGuire was also 2nd in the 800.

The boys came in 3rd place. Team highlights: Alex Wiseman was 1st in 100, 400, 4 x 400 relay and 2nd in the Triple Jump. Hunter Shanahan took first in all his events 800, 1600, and 4 x 400 relay. Aidan Chase took first in the Discus. Dan Hunt was first in the Pentathlon (which consists of 5 events). Rounding out the 4 x 400 1st place finish were Mike Petteys and Jase Brunnell.

All-Star League athletes were recognized, Alex Wiseman for top Male Sprinter, Aidan Chase for top Male Thrower and Kayden Beaver for top Female Sprinter."

Congratulations to all! We wish our athletes who will continue on in post-season competition much success!! Go, Mountaineers! (Photos courtesy of Mrs. Petteys - thank you!)
3 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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A big shout out to Alex Wiseman who recently represented CHS in the Queensbury Invitational Track Meet! He earned 3rd place in the 100M race, earning a medal! Way to go, Alex!
3 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our grade 8 students recently participated in the "Floating Classroom" field trip. Students learned about the ecology of our region, a brief geological history of Lake George and many hands-on science activities with real world applications. Topics included: food webs and plankton, water chemistry and quality issues, water clarity and trophic state and more!
The trip included working in the stream and out on the lake on the Floating Classroom boat! A shout out to the grade 8 team for facilitating this exciting field trip that engaged students in appreciating the beauty of our region!
3 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our CHS Junior Prom was held last weekend! Our students started the evening with the traditional prom review in the auditorium and enjoyed an evening of dinner and dancing at the Fort William Henry. Congratulations to Prom Queen, Teagan Grady and Prom King, Tyler Earls! Check out a few photos courtesy of S. Giaculli and D. Fay (Thank you) - More on Facebook!
3 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our CES students continue to enjoy our after school enrichment courses! Today, Mrs. Janicke took the World Music and Drumming participants outdoors to play and enjoy the beautiful weather!! What an exciting opportunity for our students! Photos courtesy of Mrs. Dickinson
3 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our Modified Girls Softball team earned 2 wins this week! Coach Roberts shared game highlights from each victory:
MONDAY'S GAME: "Modified girls took another win against Hadley-Luzerne ending 16-12. Olivia Diamond started the game pitching giving us a great start and Samantha Phillips pitched 2 innings for the first time on our team!! We are so proud of her.
Jennifer Ives finished the game pitching the last two innings. Mia and Bailey hit RBI’s. Liz Miele did fantastic with backing up on third. Kenzie Morehouse did great with backing second base. Kirana Ellis and Jennifer Ives communicated well with plays at second base. Another great game ladies. Keep up the good work!

THURSDAY: Modified Girls did it again! They pulled through in a nail biter game ending with the score 5-4. Our infield played a very strong game. Consistent coverage at second and third base with outfield running in to cover back up on our bases was key to our defense.. Our catchers were quick to throw to first for drop 3 plays!"

Congratulations, Modified Riverhawks! Keep up the great work and finish the season strong!
3 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our unified team picked up their first victory Tuesday night with a 44- 40 win over Lake George. Coach Haskell shared game highlights:
"Matt the Baller Baird led our team with 24 points. Tallula "Lu Lu" Labrake also had a huge night with ten points. Nate the Great Winslow and "Jumping Jason Bellinger" chipped in four points each. The team finished the game with 2 points from Haleigh the "Pro Baller" Disch and Issac " Do Pickle" Harwood. Nice Job Everyone!!"

Congratulations, RIVERHAWKS!!!
3 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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On Tuesday May 14th, CCSD had the privilege of sending 14 female 8th grade students to SUNY Adirondack for the Let’s Go STEM program.
The Adirondack Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) organized engaging and exciting hands-on activities, where our students could learn about career opportunities in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math fields! Thank you to AAUW and SUNY ADK for such an amazing opportunity! Congratulations to the following students for being selected to attend: Bailey Daniels, Makenna Eastman, Cinthia Elvira, Morgan Fish, Jullianna French, Emma Havens, Sophia Hogan, Sydnee Mosher, Maddison Nelson, Angelica Nicholas, Heather Pita, Callie Rigley, Sage Shanahan, and Lucy Swinton.

A big shout out to our CMS Counselor, Mr. Pritchard, for facilitating and chaperoning this great hands-on learning experience for our students!
Photos courtesy of Mr. Pritchard and the SUNY ADK Facebook page!
3 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Dear CCSD Families,

This week, our school community is focusing on the character strength of Humor. Humor means you like to laugh and bring smiles to other people.

Humor is a sense of playfulness and lightness. It is a way of looking at and describing the world that brings people laughter. A person with a strong sense of humor is skilled at seeing the funny side of things, bringing smiles and laughter to others, and identifying and communicating the absurdities in life. People with this strength don’t specifically need to be joke-tellers, although many are.

Humor plays an important role in helping groups of people rise above difficult circumstances and boost morale. It removes us from our present difficulties by easing tension and making life more fun. This is why athletic teams often need a jokester to help them get through tough losses and early morning fitness sessions. On a larger societal level, humor often helps downtrodden groups to find cohesion and strength. This is why Simon Wiesenthal said, “Humor is the weapon of unarmed people: it helps people who are oppressed smile at the situation that pains them.”

To practice and encourage the character strength of humor with your child, please visit the Positivity Project’s P2 for Families, where together you can watch a video, read a quote and talk about the answers to three questions.

We hope that you will consider asking your students about their Positivity Project SEL daily lessons, discussions and activities!
4 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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A big shout out to the students in Mrs. Fay's Sports Marketing Class and Mrs. Graham's Foods Class for a successful interdisciplinary unit with real world applications!
Six teams of students in the Sports Marketing Class were charged with the task of creating a new energy bar product for a leading foods company. Each team developed the marketing mix depicting their product. The Foods Class was given the ingredients and vision for what each team wanted and created each team's bar.
Students from the Achievement Zone were invited to judge the competition by tasting the finished energy bars and asking questions during the presentations. What a great real-world business venture experience for our students!! We have some future entrepreneurs in our high school ready to take on the business world!
4 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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CHS has 3 teams competing in post season sectionals this week! We wish our Riverhawks and Mountaineers much success! See the flier for day, times and locations of the contests!
5 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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We are proud to announce that senior, Emily Dingmon, earned recognition as a "Student Making a Difference" and shared the positive impact that CHS teacher, Mrs. Terry, had on her as a student. Read more about this esteemed recognition: https://www.casdany.org/2024-recognition
5 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our district formally recognized our Adirondack United Girls Hockey state champions this week. Congratulations to Aubrey Lozier, Jessica Freebern and Coach Lawrence!
5 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Congratulations to all of our performers at the CMS Grades 7-8 Concert last Thursday! It was the first concert to be held in our new auditorium!
Guests were treated to the talented hand bells ensemble, choir and 7-8 band! We are so proud of our middle school musicians!
A tip of the hat to our music department for a fantastic performance!!!
Next up on the concert calendar is the CMS 5-6 band next Tuesday!
CHS and CES concerts will follow!
5 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our Boys Varsity Baseball team will head to Coxsackie-Athens on Thursday for the first sectional game at 4PM! We wish our Riverhawks much success in the post-season! (More photos on Facebook)
5 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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The JV softball earned the "W" to close out last week. Coach Parker shared game highlights:
"The JV softball team won against Whitehall on Friday by a score of 24-4. The team was led by Raegan Hickey who pitched a great game only letting up five hits. Jess Freebern had 3 hits including two doubles and five RBIs. Jullianna French, Brooke Curry, and Megan Smolinski all added doubles as well. The entire lineup helped contribute to a big win."

Congratulations to our JV Riverhawks!
7 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Closing out our week on leadership in our Positivity Project SEL curriculum, we want to give a shout out to our CHS Student Senate! Students are elected by their peers and meet monthly. They have accomplished so much this school year.
Student Senate members serve on the CCSD Shared Decision Making Team and the Board of Education, representing the student body.
They meet monthly to discuss and plan how to improve the school and community. This year, CHS Student Senate were in charge of the vending machines in the Oak Street building. They are allocating the profits to school improvements! They are making improvements to our school courtyard and are also donating to Corinth's Agriculture Club to help defray the cost of their projects.
In an endeavor to be more inclusive to all students, the Student Senate helped to launch a CHS Book Club open to all students. This initiative supports our district literacy goal and has had much interest and engagement from students!
We are so proud of the CHS Student Senate, true role models and leaders in our school community!
7 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our Modified Softball Team earned a big WIN on Thursday vs. North Warren. Coach Roberts shared game highlights:
"Our Modified Riverhawks are on fire, taking another win against North Warren. The score was 13-5.
Kirana Ellis had a great out at 2nd base. Jennifer Ives was quick to throw at third base to Samantha Phillips to keep the runner on. Our catchers Annabell and Darrian were throwing down to first. Everyone had great hits and beautiful RBI’s. Every player had a great game. I am so proud of how well this team works together. Congratulations Riverhawks!! Keep it up." We are proud of our modified Riverhawks! Check out a few photos from the game (more on Facebook).
7 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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In support of our Positivity Project week-long SEL curriculum topic of leadership, we continue to feature student leaders in our school.
The CHS chapter of the National Honor Society has truly modeled leadership and service to our school and community with a variety of projects! In addition to facilitating a very successful Red Cross Bloodmobile (exceeding their goal of pints of blood), individual members coordinated their own service projects to give back to the school and community. Some of the projects benefitted: The American Legion, Saratoga County Animal Shelter, the C.A.R.E. Committee, the Community Food Pantry, Code Blue Shelter, Gateway Oasis Youth Camp, Veteran and Community Housing Coalition, Alliance 180 (Horse Adoption program), Corinth Elementary School, Corinth Music Program, Adirondack Center Stage, Toys for Tots and many other worthy causes/organizations.
We are so proud of our students for modeling our Positivity Project mantra: Other People Matter! A shout out to all of the NHS students and our community members who supported their efforts.
7 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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