Cairo-Durham High School senior Morgan Handel was named Business Student of the Year by her Business teacher, Heather Maassmann. Maassmann awarded the honor to Handel for her dedication and hard work throughout her years at Cairo-Durham.
The Business and Marketing Association of the Capital Region invited Handel (pictured with her parents, Jennifer Kevenvey and Dale Handel) to the Radisson Hotel for a dinner shared by 17 other students throughout the Capital Region.
Final exams and New York State Regents exams begin on Monday, June 13, 2017. Download the complete schedule (PDF).
As noted in the exam schedule, if a student misses a final exam, he/she will not be able to re-take the exam unless approved by the faculty committee. Please see this sheet for information (PDF) on illness or emergencies that might come up and the procedure to follow.
The CDE Student Council is hosting its first "Pint-Size Hero" blood drive on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 from 2-6 p.m. in the CDE large cafeteria. This is an opportunity for elementary students to bring in a parent, grandparent, or other adult they know to donate lifesaving blood.
Prior to the blood drive, some students will be learning about the American Red Cross and Clara Barton, the pioneering founder of the organization.
Cairo-Durham Central School District voters approved the district's $30,103,377 budget for the 2017-18 school year with 273 in favor and 143 opposed. Additionally, voters approved the bus proposition to allow the district to purchase five (5) school buses by 290 yes votes to 126 no votes.
Phil Decker Jr., a 9th grade student at Cairo-Durham High School and member of the varsity bowling team, qualified for the 2017 Junior Gold Championship. The national bowling competition is an annual tournament for the best youth bowlers in the United States. Participants in the prestigious competition have the opportunity to win scholarships as well as earn a spot on Junior Team USA.