Student leaders of the Responsible Adolescent Peer Program (RAPP) hosted a tabling event during lunches on February 14 to spotlight “teen dating violence awareness.”
Students played a “health pong” game, completed anonymous surveys about teen relationships, and signed a “foot” to “recognize the signs-one step at a time” to end teen dating violence. The Public Health Department provided giveaways, including drawstring bags, t-shirts, chapstick, keychains and stress balls.
Several students in Grades K-12 had their artwork selected for the Greene County Council on the Arts youth exhibit, "Outside the Lines." Congratulations to CDHS students Phebe Cunningham, Saylor Lewtschenko, Jean Bailey, Journey Rivenburgh, Fitore Hoti, Grace Menear, Gianna Schoenewolf and Sylvia Vitoulis!
The attached image shows artwork from students at Cairo-Durham Elementary.
From the GCCA website:
Below is a letter from CDMS principal Mike Mitchell and Superintendent Anthony Taibi regarding a situation at Cairo-Durham Middle School on Tuesday, February 28, 2017.
Click here to download the letter as a PDF.
March is Music in Our Schools Month, so K-2 Elementary Music Teacher, Ms. Seymour, invites you to visit your child's music class!
During the week of March 6-10, 2017, Ms. Seymour is hosting "Come to Music Class Week" for parents, grandparents, etc. of students in grades K-2 to come to Cairo-Durham Elementary and sit in on their child's music class. No appointment necessary, just come on in! Clap your hands, bang a drum, shake a tambourine and have fun!
The Cairo-Durham Elementary PTA “Cupcakes for Clara Ray” fundraiser raised a total of $5,600 to support local 8-month-old Clara Ray Morton, who is struggling with Congenital Heart Disease. The CDE PTA sold more than 4,600 cupcakes from Coccadotts Cake Shop in Albany for one dollar each, in addition to receiving $1,000 in monetary donations and the use of a box truck to transport thousands of cupcakes.
Cairo-Durham Elementary School
Pre-Kindergarten & Kindergarten 2017