It was a memorable night of basketball for the Varsity Girls Basketball team on Friday as they competed for the league title! Coach Hoertkorn shared game highlights:
"The Varsity girls basketball team beat a physical Hartford team for the Adirondack League Championship! It was another total team effort, and the girls really earned this win.
Whitney Cameron had 16 points, 9 assists, 3 steals, and 3 rebounds for a great all around game.
Caitlyn Crossman had one of her best games with 13 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, and 3 steals.
Emily Dingmon had a double double with 12 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals. She was a great leader for us out there as she has been all season.
Taylor Stone also had 12 points, to go with 3 rebounds, and was a force inside guarding Hartford’s best post player, and running the floor.
Riley Dumas and Isabella Craig were also great on defense helping others keep Hartford’s shooters in check, and combining for 6 points. Isabella also had 2 steals, and 2 rebounds. Riley added 4 assists.
Sage Shanahan added 4 rebounds, and created multiple jump balls being very aggressive.
I am so proud of this team for working so hard to achieve their goals. Our next game is Monday, a non- league contest against Hudson Falls at 7pm."

Congratulations, Riverhawks! We are so proud of you! Keep it going!!

Thank you the Post Star for a great story about our Adirondack League champs: https://poststar.com/sports/high-school/basketball/girls/veterans-lead-corinth-girls-back-to-top-of-adirondack-league/article_750cc8b8-c885-11ee-8c7d-e7b1acfac434.html
13 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our Boys Varsity Basketball team earned a big win on Friday night! Coach Falkenbury shared game highlights:
"Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Basketball team for their 53 to 46 win over Whitehall Friday night. Down 21 to 20 at the half, the Riverhawks used a 33 to 25 second half to pull out a hard fought win.
Kaden Wright led the team with 13 points and 8 rebounds and Hunter Shanahan had 13 points (11 in the 2nd half) and 16 rebounds! Braydin Stone had 12 points 5 rebounds with 4 assists.
This win gives the Hawks a 13 and 6 record and 11 wins in the last 12 games. Come root them on as they play their final regular season home game against Johnsburg on Tuesday night."

Congratulations, Riverhawks! Keep working hard and make this a season to remember!
13 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our Varsity Wrestling team wrapped up their season this weekend in Glens Falls. Coach Bardin and Coach Petteys shared highlights:
"This weekend we had 6 wrestlers competing in the Section 2 Championships at the Cool Insuring Arena.
Aiden Schurr and Jake Lafaver battled it out throughout the day to earn places on the podium, 5th and 6th respectively. Mason Rose and Keegan Baker both fought to earn wins in the arena.
Congratulations to DJ Barnes and Darius Parnell for working hard and earning spots to wrestle. The wrestlers left everything on the mat on Saturday, persevering through sickness and tough opponents.
We’re proud to see how far this team has come in one season. We look forward to the future and know that this team will find success with continued hard work and consistency. We also thank the community that is always supporting our wrestlers. Thank you to that parents and students that filled the stands to support our athletes!"

Congratulations to all of our wrestlers on a successful season! We look forward to seeing you on the mats next season! Way to go, Riverhawks! (Photos courtesy of the Corinth Wrestling Facebook page)
13 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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We want to give a big shout out to our CCSD Cheerleading team! They model our Positivity Project (Cheering Others' Success) as well as inspire school spirit from our students and community at every game! Congratulations on your successful season as well! Go, Riverhawks!!
14 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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It is a big weekend for CCSD Athletics! We have 5 wrestlers at the Cool Insuring Arena competing for section II today!
Our Varsity Girls BB team plays at 5PM for the Adirondack League Championship!
Our Varsity Boys BB team got the "W" last night!
Go, Riverhawks!
14 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our CES Student Council hosted "Crazy Hair Day" on Friday! What a great expression of creativity, one of our Positivity Project character strengths! Great job, students and families! Thanks to all who participated!
14 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT ~ CHS STRIVING TO ACHIEVE CDOS (Career Development and Occupational Studies) STANDARDS OUR CLASSROOMS:

We were thrilled to welcome alumna, Lorelai Peterson, an AWO3 in the US Navy, back into the high school to speak with our students. Lorelai spent the day presenting in a range of our classes: freshman seminar, resource, career planning, SUPA English and LAS.
She shared not only her US Navy career journey and education so far but also the meaningful skills she took from her high school classes that she still uses today. She also spoke about the profound opportunity to learn about different cultures, races and opportunities while in the Navy. Lorelai is a wonderful example of what you can achieve with hard work and dedication. Thank you, Lorelai, for sharing your journey with our students. Thank you for your service to our country.
14 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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A shout out to the grade 2 team who wanted to make sure that our CES counselors were appreciated during National School Counseling Week 2024! Consider thanking a counselor for all that they do for our students, families and staff!
14 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Coach Fabian shared the final post of the season for the Modified A Boys Basketball team last night:
"Congrats to the modified boys basketball A Team who wrapped up their season with a win over Granville. The team played with tremendous effort for the entire game and worked hard on both ends of the court. We put up 20 points in the first quarter and got the momentum going in right direction from the start.

Jake Hughes had a great game scoring 14 points in which many came from steals on the defensive end. Owen Shanahan followed with 8 points and continues to be a great team player on the floor. Jackson Weaver, Haydon Heil, and David Sitts had a strong showing getting multiple rebounds and dominating down low. Jamie Hughes, Micah Lewis, and Jackson Caradonna did a great job getting the ball up the court facing full court pressure for the majority of the game.

We would like to thank everyone for the support this season and look forward to years to come!"

Congratulations, Riverhawks! We look forward to seeing you all on the court again, next season! (More photos on Facebook!)
16 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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A big shout out to our Adirondack United Varsity Girls Hockey team for a huge win tonight 9-1 over Beekmantown. They move to play the section 1 champion on Tuesday at Union College! Good luck to our own Aubrey Lozier, Jess Freebern, Coach Lawrence and the entire team!
16 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our Girls Modified Team wrapped up their regular season this week! Coach Cross shared some final highlights from the last win and the season:
"The modified girls basketball team had a great win over Fort Ann last week with points from Makenna Eastman, Ellison Emery, Callie Rigley, Sydnee Mosher and Olivia Dymond. It was a full team effort defensively holding Fort Ann to just 10 points to seal the win.
Congratulations to the modified girls basketball team who wrapped up their season on Monday night with an 8-5 record! A strong defense and balanced offense helped the Riverhawks get to a winning season. All 14 players improved throughout the season and Coach Cross could not be more proud! We will see you next year!"

Congratulations, Riverhawks!
16 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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February is the National “Love The Bus” month. It is a time to share our message of safety to our students, celebrate our success, and demonstrate why we “Love The Bus.”

The American School Bus Council launched a program back in 2007 to highlight the important role of the school bus and to show appreciation for the monitors and drivers who safely transport more than 25 million children to and from school each day.

School bus transportation is one of the safest and most secure ways to transport children to and from school. Our bus drivers are dedicated to the safe transportation of our students with the most secure vehicles on the road. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, school buses are up to 70% safer than other vehicles.

February’s “Love The Bus” campaign gives our Transportation Department another opportunity to work with our students on bus safety. Our drivers and monitors will be conducting safety drills, how to cross with the driver’s signal, and explaining why it’s important to exhibit good behavior on the bus.

To add a little fun, drivers will also have student contests. Students are encouraged to color a “Love The Bus” picture for their driver or write on a card why they “Love The Bus.” The bus that submits the most pictures or cards will receive a coupon for free ice cream from the cafeteria. Be sure to encourage your child to return their coloring sheet or post card. We are also giving an ice cream coupon to students that have the cleanest bus. Encourage your child to leave all their belongings in their backpacks so that nothing is left behind. Children often remove clothing like hats and mittens, papers and projects from their bags and forget them on the floor or seat. Contest award coupons will be given out on Friday, February 16th to the two winning buses, one for the most coloring/card sheets and one for the cleanest bus in the fleet.

Please help us celebrate month and the dedicated drivers and monitors that transport your children to and from school.

Interested in Becoming a Bus Driver or Monitor?

Do you love children? Are you interested in working in your own community? We provide paid training to obtain your CDL License on a fully automatic bus. We will even let you test drive a bus to see for yourself how easy it is to drive. We currently have six open positions with training scheduled for this April and June. Benefits include health and dental insurance, holiday pay, joining the New York State Retirement System, weekends and holidays off.

If you have questions, would like to schedule a test drive or apply, please contact Mel or Mike at the transportation department, 518-654-2231, or email routing@corinthcsd.org “ Love The Bus”

Let's give a huge shout out to our CCSD Transportation Department! Thank you for all that you do for our students! Give your driver a shout out in the comments on Facebook!
16 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our Girls Varsity Basketball team put another "W" in the book and now move on to high stakes games. Coach Hoertkorn shared some highlights from last night:

"The Varsity girls basketball team picked up a win in the semi- finals last night against #4 seed Luzerne. It was another total team effort, and after only leading by two points at the end of the first quarter, we outscored Luzerne 29-10 in the second and third. We really stepped up our defense and held Luzerne's top scorers in check. Whitney Cameron led all scorers with 18 points. She also had 4 rebounds, 3 assists, and 3 steals.
Emily Dingmon followed with 13 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, and 4 steals. Taylor Stone had a great game as well with 10 points, 3 rebounds, and an assist. Cailtyn Crossman was huge for us at the top of our press as we really increased our pressure getting tips that led to steals for the team. She had 5 points, 9 rounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals.
I would also like to add a special congratulations to Emily Dingmon for recording her 1,000th career rebound recently. She now has over 1,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds, truly an incredible achievement.
I am so beyond proud of this team who have been working so hard all year to get to this point. They play for each other and want to get better so the team is successful. It has been an honor to coach such a selfless group of athletes. We would also like to thank all the students, staff, and families who have been following our team, and filling the stands at games. We so appreciate everyone's support! Our next game is the Adirondack League Championship this Saturday 2/10 at 5pm, at Hudson Falls high school against Hartford!"
Let's fill the gym and show our Riverhawks our school spirit as they battle for the league title! Go, RIVERHAWKS!!
16 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our Boys Varsity Basketball Team had another exciting win last night. Coach Falkenbury shared some highlights from the game:
"Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Basketball team on their 45 to 39 win over Fort Edward Tuesday night. It was a back and forth game with both teams struggling to put the ball in the basket. The Riverhawks led 24 to 20 at halftime. They held the Forts to 19 second half points and got some key stops on defense.
Kaden Wright led the team with 15 points(13 in the 2nd half) and 10 rebounds, Braydin Stone had 12 points and 6 assists and Avery Wood added 8 points.
This was the 10th win in 11 games and puts our record to 12 and 6. The Riverhawks will host Whitehall next on Thursday or Friday. Thank you again for the continued support for the team, they appreciate it very much."

Let's go, RIVERHAWKS!!
17 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our Varsity Wrestling team made us proud last weekend and we have several athletes competing this weekend! Here are some highlights from Coaches Bardin and Petteys:
"The Varsity Wrestlers had a great weekend at the Class C tournament in Tamarac. Five Riverhawks advance to the Cool Insuring Arena this weekend to represent Corinth in section two.
Congratulations to Keegan Baker and Jake Lafaver who both earned second place. Mason Rose and Aiden Schurr both took home third while DJ Barnes clinched a spot next weekend by earning fourth place. The team continues to practice and prepare for this weekend!"

We wish our Riverhawks much success! Come on out to Glens Falls and show our athletes our school spirit and support!!
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Our JV Boys earned the "W" tonight as their winter season begins to wind down. Coach Bowe shared game highlights:
"The boys JV basketball team had a big 45-15 win over Hadley Luzerne. The boys came out with lots of energy. They worked hard on defense all night. They forced 14 turnovers and played with a lot of intensity.
Ashton Wright led the team with 11 points. Carter Hoffman - Robarge followed that up with 9. Eight of the players added points to the scoreboard tonight. The boy played a great team game and did a great job sharing the ball. We have 3 games left this season and we want to finish strong!!"

Congratulations, JV Riverhawks! Keep up the great work!
19 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Dear CCSD Families, This week our school community is focusing on the Other People Mindset of Cheering Others’ Successes. This means when other people succeed, I am happy for them and cheer them on.

Being happy for other people when they succeed isn’t always everyone’s initial reaction. Often, it’s easy to become jealous or envious of others’ victories -- or even to experience schadenfreude, which is deriving pleasure from witnessing (or learning about) another person’s misfortune. People who have these reactions to the success or misfortune of others are colloquially known as “haters.” It’s important to note that these are natural emotions and in small doses can be helpful in allowing us to see what we care about -- and motivate us to pursue those goals.

But making a commitment towards cheering on other people’s successes can be a great way to improve our own health, happiness, and relationships. People can take active steps to be more genuinely happy for the achievements of others. Ways to do this include; telling others about the success of your modest friend; noticing when your reaction to a sibling’s success is envy or jealousy -- and asking yourself why that is; reminding yourself that appreciating the excellence in another is a character strength; asking your successful teammates and classmates what they do to prepare for games or tests.

Being supportive of people who succeed is good for our mental, physical, and emotional well-being and when people cheer each other on it begins a reciprocal process that forges stronger relationships. Those relationships are the foundation for a strong culture in teams, schools, and businesses.

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

Have a wonderful week!
19 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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It's National School Counseling Week (February 5-9, 2024)! Thank you for all that you do!
19 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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Our Boys Varsity Basketball team earned 2 big wins this weekend! Coach Falkenbury from back to back wins:

"Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Basketball team on picking up wins on Friday night and Saturday afternoon. On Friday night the Riverhawks defeated Whitehall 52 to 42. It was 24 to 23 at halftime and the Riverhawks defense held Whitehall to 19 second half points. The Hawks were led by Kaden Wright with 17 points and 9 rebounds, Avery Wood with 14 points( all in the 2nd half), and Braydin Stone with 11 points and 5 assists.

On Saturday, the Riverhawks beat Fort Edward 54 to 42. The Riverhawks had a very balanced attack on offense and defense, holding the Forts to 19 second half points while scoring 30 points. The Hawks were led by Braydin Stone with 17 points, Kaden Wright 15 points, Alex Wiseman 10 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals and Hunter Shanahan with 7 points and 11 rebounds. This was our 9th win in that past 10 games.
Come and root on the River Hawks Tuesday night at 5:30 PM when we host Fort Edward in an Adirondack League crossover game."

Let's model our Positivity Project character strength this week (Cheering Others' Success) and continue to celebrate and support our Riverhawks!!
19 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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The CCSD Hiking Club gave snowshoeing a try! The Adventures did great on a fabulous bluebird day. We even found a view along the Nature Trail at Harris Preserve at Potash Mountain. We hope for another winter outing in March before we find spring. The Hiking Club is always open to new members in grades 7-12. Come join our kind of fun!
19 days ago, Corinth Central School District
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