Capital Improvement Project
Vote: February 9, 2021; Polls will be open from 9:00am to 8:00pm at the Corinth Transportation Department building at 30 Saratoga Ave.
It's important that you help your child to attend school daily. While this year looks a bit different due to COVID-19, it remains important that you make school a priority. Students that are "in-person" should only be home if they are symptomatic or under a mandatory quarantine. They should access their education by live-streaming into the classroom. Virtual students are expected to attend every class and complete their work. At the elementary level, virtual students should have adult support throughout the day. We do track daily attendance and letters will be sent home for those that are chronically absent.
Call the school if your child is sick and cannot attend classes.
Valentine's Day Catering Menu
Do you want to send special treats to your child's class for Valentine's day? The deadline to place your order is February 8th.
The Corinth Elementary PTSA is having a Valentine’s fundraiser! From Tuesday, February 9th-Sunday, February 14th you can order individual pizza kits to make with your sweethearts. The cost is $10.00 and includes a heart shaped crust, sauce, and cheese. 100% of proceeds will benefit the PTSA. Please pre-order by calling 518-654-9991 by 5pm the night before you'd like to pick up your kit. Watch the FB page for more information. THANK YOU Amore Italy!
Second marking period report cards will be sent home on February 5th, 2021
Everyone that receives the screening notification should fill it out each morning. This should be filled out before 7:45am. Please fill it out even if your child will not be in school on that day.
Morning Parent Drop Off
Please remember to have your child's name displayed in the passenger side window. This helps us to quickly identify your child and cross reference our pinpoint all clear list.
February Breakfast and Lunch Menu
Our students will be going outside for recess daily when the "feels like" temperature is above 15 degrees. Please make sure they have appropriate winter gear including winter coat, boots, hats, and mittens or gloves.
Student Council- Super Hero Day
Corinth Elementary Student Council members will be hosting a fun fundraiser! For just $1, students can dress as their favorite hero on Wednesday, February 10th! All money raised will go towards our local healthcare workers by providing food and/or snacks to them directly to their workplace on behalf of CES! Here are just a few ideas on how you can dress that day as a hero!
- Someone from history: George Washingon? Rosa Parks? Anyone heroic from the past!
-Superhero: Batman? Cat Woman? Spiderman?
-Someone from your personal life: Who is a role model in your own life; a relative or a teacher? Dress like them!
-Essential workers: A healthcare worker, first responders, grocery store workers?
On Wednesday, February 10th, have your money ready when you arrive at school and look for the buckets that will be placed around our school to place your money in. A student council member will be in the hall directing you on where to go. Feel free to bring in more than $1 or feel free to participate even if you are unable to donate!
Thank you for your support!
-Corinth Elementary Student Council
Our kitchen staff created a catering option so our students can continue to celebrate special days. We can't thank them enough for working extra hard to make this year great.
To order, please contact Lisa Tevendale at (518) 654-9005 extension 3114 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Buy a Yearbook- Win an ICE CREAM PARTY
WIN an ICE CREAM PARTY
On behalf of the CES Yearbook Committee we would like to extend the opportunity for your class to win an ice cream party!
The class from EACH grade level that sells the most yearbooks will win a sweet treat.
Second Graders Experiment with Matter
Is it a solid, liquid, or gas?
Third Grade Tea Party
Our virtual students enjoyed the third grade tea party just like our in-person students. Thank you to the PTSA for helping to purchase supplies.
COVID-19 Travel Guidelines
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced new guidelines allowing travelers to New York to “test out” of the mandatory 10-day quarantine for asymptomatic individuals. Travelers from states that are contiguous with New York are exempt from the travel advisory; however covered travelers must continue to fill out the Traveler Health Form. Essential workers will continue to be exempt as well. The guidance also applies to any person who has traveled to CDC Levels 2 and higher Health Notice country under the COVID risk assessment.
For any traveler to New York State from a noncontiguous state, US territory or CDC level 2 and higher country, the new guidelines for travelers to test-out of the mandatory 10-day quarantine are below:
- For travelers who were out-of-state for more than 24 hours:
- Travelers must obtain a test within three days of departure, prior to arrival in New York.
- The traveler must, upon arrival in New York, quarantine for three days.
- On day 4 of their quarantine, the traveler must obtain another COVID test. If both tests comes back negative, the traveler may exit quarantine early upon receipt of the second negative diagnostic test.
- For travelers who were out-of-state for less than 24 hours:
- The traveler does not need a test prior to their departure from the other state, and does not need to quarantine upon arrival in New York State.
- However, the traveler must fill out our traveler form upon entry into New York State, and take a COVID diagnostic test 4 days after their arrival in New York.
The local health department must make contact with the state the traveler came from, to ensure contact tracing proceeds there as well. All travelers must continue to fill out our traveler form upon arrival into New York State to contribute to New York State’s robust contact tracing program.
The travel guidelines require all New Yorkers, as well as those visiting from out-of-state, to take personal responsibility for compliance in the best interest of public health and safety.
For general inquires contact the call the Hotline: 1-888-364-3065 or Ask a Question.
To file a report of an individual failing to adhere to the quarantine pursuant to the travel guidelines click here or call 1-833-789-0470.
Individuals may also contact their local department of health.
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