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2018 District Spelling Bee winners with student judges, who previously won the bee
4th & 5th Graders Win District Spelling Bee

Congrats to this year's district spelling bee winners...

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Spirit Week Schedule
Spirit Week at Cairo-Durham MS/HS (January 15-19...

Each day has a "no name-calling" theme. See...

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Grade 7 Chromebook Distribution Nights on January 23, 24, 25, 2018
7th Grade Chromebook Distribution Nights (Jan. 23...

Each 7th grade student will receive a...

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News & Announcements

Congrats to this year's district spelling bee winners, Kingston Czajkowski (Gr. 4) and Rosie Fucito (Gr. 5)! Kingston came in first place and Rosie was the runner-up. Both students received gift certificates to Barnes & Noble, as well as online subscriptions to Encyclopedia Britannica for kids. Kingston will compete in the Regional Spelling Bee in February. [Read more]
Each day has a "no name-calling" theme. See the schedule here: [Read more]
Each 7th grade student will receive a Chromebook laptop to use in school and at home as part of the new 1:1 Connected Classroom initiative. Parents/guardians of 7th grade students must attend an informational meeting in order for their child to receive a school-supplied Chromebook. [Read more]
January 2018 mid-term and New York State Regents exams begin on Monday, January 22 at 8 a.m. Regular school is in session for Grades PK-8, Monday-Thursday, and ALL grades (PK-12) should attend school on Friday, January 26, although there is a scheduled early dismissal. Get the schedule and other important information here. [Read more]
Please join us in welcoming our new interim Cairo-Durham Middle/High School Assistant Principal, Mrs. Carolyn Miller! [Read more]
Support the Cairo-Durham Backpack Program by purchasing “Fight Hunger” bags at the Hannaford located at 223 Main Street in Cairo during the month of January. This program supplies nutritious snacks to 75 of our Elementary School children on weekends throughout the school year. [Read more]
Did you know that about 85% of drivers are speeding when they pass Cairo-Durham Middle/High School? That is almost 9 out of every 10 vehicles! Despite this finding from a 2016 New York State Department of Transportation traffic study, the DOT denied the Cairo-Durham Central School District's request to install a traffic signal in front of the school on Route 145. Therefore, we are focusing on driver education and developing traffic safety campaigns to encourage safe and cautious driving. [Read more]