If you are failing two or more courses for this marking period, you are considered to be ineligible. Students who are ineligible must stay three 10th periods during the week in order to obtain a release from ineligibility. Two of these 10th periods must be spent doing work with a teacher whose course they are failing. Students may select another teacher with whom to work one of the three nights. At the end of each 10th period, the teacher with whom the student is working will sign the ineligibility release form indicating that the student has spent the period doing the appropriate work with him/her. Ineligibility release forms can be obtained from Mrs. Cure in the Main office. It must be returned to Mrs Cure each Thursday by 3:10 pm.
Please click on the headline to see the links for the Local and Regents Exam Schedule for June 2019 as well as important information for parents and students regarding the Regents and local exams. Please note a change to the schedule: there are no exams in the AM on Monday, June 24th. The Checkpoint B Exam in Spanish is now scheduled for 12:00 pm on Monday, June 24th.
An original one-act play written by Coxsackie-Athens High School juniors Lindsey Penet, Amanda Recine and Lydia Valentino has been selected as one of 6 winning plays written by Capital District students to receive a full production this summer by Capital Repertory Theatre (the REP) in Albany. The student plays will be performed on August 9th, 10th, and 11th. Lindsey, Amanda & Lydia's play is titled, "Keep Your Friends Close...".According to an email from Margaret Hall, Capital Rep's Assistant Artistic Director, "Having your play selected as one of the winners offers you the opportunity to continue the development of it, through time in the rehearsal hall with the director and actors, as well as feedback from the REP and a workshop with a professional playwright and/or director/actor team. We want to work with you to bring KEEP YOUR FRIENDS CLOSE...to life with the strongest script possible - and are very excited to work with you in that process!"