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.
Aiden Boehm, 11th grade, took 2nd Place at the Saturday, January 12th, District-level American Legion Oratorical Contest in Colonie, competing against talented students from Albany County, Schoharie County and Columbia County. Both 1st and 2nd places advance to the next level (Zone), so he's moving up. If he advances there, he goes to State-wide competition. The Zone-level competition will take place at 1 p.m. on February 2nd at Lake George High School. Congratulations, Aiden!
In today’s climate, recycling single-use plastic bags is more important than ever. Recent reports of global warming show that the impact of waste and gas emissions is far more drastic than ever previously imagined. The Coxsackie-Athens High School Environmental class is proud to begin the Trex Plastic Bag Recycling Program. Every bag that is recycled makes a difference to reduce the 260 million tons of plastic waste in the oceans, and the 8.3 metric tons of plastic in landfills. Look out for the homemade signs and Trex boxes throughout the CA halls, and make sure to recycle any single-use plastic rather than throwing it away.
Columbia-Greene Community College released their College In The High School Information for spring courses. Please click on the headline to view the application and courses offered. Please note: The deadline date on the application is the last day that CGCC will accept applications from CA. Students' application are due to Mrs. Weinstein in Student Services by Friday, January 25th to ensure that there is enough time for your counselor to review the application and to complete the part from the Student Services Office. NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. It is not to early to fill your application out now, so that you don't have to worry about it in January!
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