The Healthy Kids Extended Day Program is a before and after school program at Cairo-Durham Elementary for students enrolled in an elementary or pre-k program. The program offers options for 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 days per week.
If you enroll in the program by July 15, 2017, the registration fee is waived; it is $50/child if you enroll after July 15, 2017; it is $75/child if you enroll after September 1, 2017. There is a $150/family cap on registration fees, regardless of the number of children. There are reduced fees for families qualifying for free or reduced lunch (proof required).
For the annual Market Day fundraising event at CDE, fifth graders created a variety of products to sell to students and school staff. They also had to create names for their products and "businesses" to display on their tables in the large gym.
Kids could purchase tickets to use as currency (two tickets cost $1) and shop for handmade items costing 1-3 tickets. The wide variety of Market Day products included headbands, slime, dream catchers, piggy banks, sensory tools and small toys.
The Cairo-Durham Universal Pre-K Program will be holding its 9th annual Trike-a-thon on Friday, May 26, 2017. If you would like to contribute, contact Tracy MacGiffert for more information (email@example.com, CDE Room 107).
Since 2009, our little Pre-K program has raised over $15,000 for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital! To help each child currently enrolled in our program earn a Trike-a-Thon T-shirt, we are setting a $1,600 goal this year, with individual goals of $50.
Save the date! The Cairo-Durham CSD book fair at Barnes & Noble is on Saturday, June 3, 2017. Use our book fair ID #12132247 and a percentage of the sale will benefit the Cairo-Durham CSD.
Bring the flyer vouchers (download here as a PDF) to the Barnes & Noble store in Kingston, NY (1177 Ulster Avenue) on June 3 to help support our schools with your purchase.
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.