MSC stage hosts concerts and Shrek the Musical in March

  MCS is celebrating Music in Our Schools (MIOSM) month in a big way in March. Two concerts and three performances of “Shrek the Musical” will grace the stage. The National Association for Music Education promotes MIOSM as a way to raise awareness of the importance of music education for children. Grade 4-12 students will …

YAL at Capitol: Students Discuss Leadership and Legislative Ideas

Members of the MCS Youth as Leaders (YAL) club joined their contemporaries for Legislative Day at the New York State Capitol on Feb. 5. The trip gave students an opportunity to discuss legislative ideas with Senator Peter Oberacker and Assemblyman Chris Tague.  YAL focuses on leadership activities, and each month, MCS students work with their …

MCS Students Get Their Hands on New Tools

The partnerships Capital Region BOCES forges with local, national, and international businesses continues to pay dividends to area high school students, including students from Middleburgh. National Grid and Snap-on Manufacturing Company officials donated to the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical Education Center a Snap-on multimeter and rechargeable battery. A multimeter is a powerful diagnostic …

Middleburgh Honor Society Craft Fair Brings Local Artisans and Fans Together

The annual MCS National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society craft fair is scheduled for March 23, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Jr./Sr. High School. Each year, the event brings together local artisans and community members while benefiting students. Admission to the public is free. This year’s fair will feature a …

2024-25 UPK and Kindergarten Registration Opens March 1

Student registration for the 2024-25 school year begins on March 1, 2024, for kindergarten and pre-kindergarten (UPK3 and UPK4). Eligibility for UPK3 and UPK4 requires children to be 3 or 4 years old on or before Dec. 1, and have residency within the Middleburgh Central School District. There are no income eligibility requirements. Registration operates …

SBHC Extended Hours and Opportunity for Fluoride Varnish

Basset School-Based Health Clinic (SBHC) is encouraging parents and guardians to give their child’s dental hygiene extra attention and is offering fluoride varnish treatments to help keep your child’s teeth strong and healthy. Remind your child to limit sugary drinks and snacks, brush their teeth twice daily and floss once a day. For an additional …

Meet the New Middle School Science Teacher: Mark Hitt

Mark Hitt joins MCS this year as a Middle School Science Teacher! He received his B.S. in Chemistry from SUNY Geneseo before starting towards his Ph.D. at the University of Rochester.  “While working as a graduate student, I realized that my passion lay with teaching rather than chemistry itself, so I made the decision to …

Indulge for a good cause: chocolate sales benefit MCS SADD

MCS Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) is excited to announce the Gertrude Hawk Chocolate fundraiser. Proceeds from the fundraiser support participation in the Schoharie County Youth Summit, the annual Out of the Darkness-Light Up the Valley Walk, and high school Awareness Day activities to promote purposeful, positive decision making. Key Details: Orders must be placed …

MCS Seeks Proposals for Extended Learning Program

Middleburgh Central School District is soliciting proposals for an evidence-based extended learning and enrichment program to be conducted after school and during school breaks for students in grades K-6. The firm selected will provide extended learning, student mentoring, social and emotional learning, health and wellness, academic support, and the arts. The district may also award …

Knights are Ready for Scho-burgh!

The long-standing rivalry between Middleburgh and Schoharie resumes with the Scho-burgh games on Feb. 2, 2024.  “The annual Scho-Burgh games are a great way to bring together the Middleburgh and Schoharie communities to celebrate this great rivalry,” said Athletic Director Gregg Johns. “We have a great venue to compete at, and we look forward to …

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