Middleburgh students part of nationally recognized CTE program

Two Capital Region BOCES programs have been selected as “top” Career and Technical Education programs by a national organization. The Commercial Construction/Heavy Equipment and the Manufacturing and Machining Technology programs were deemed by the National Research Center for Career and Technical Education at the Southern Regional Education Board (NRCCTE) as a “Quality Career and Technical …

MCS 2019 Winter Sports Awards Roundup

Congratulations to all our student-athletes on a very successful Winter season! Bowling WAC All Stars: Cameryn Shultes, Carolyne Shultes, Jaidyn Rose, Tyler Mann, and Andrew Miaski WAC 2nd Team All Stars: Julia Bingham WAC MVP: Tyler Mann Section 2 All Stars: Carolyne Shultes and Jaidyn Rose Cheerleading Exceptional Seniors: Sophia Soloveitchik, Autumn House, Stephanie Smith, …

Letter to Parents on ELA/Math testing and 7 things parents should know

Dear Parents/Guardians: This spring, our students in grades 3-8 will again take assessments aligned to the state’s new learning standards. The 2019 testing will be scheduled over two consecutive days on the following dates: New York State grades 3-8 English language arts (ELA) exam: April 2-5, 2019 New York State grades 3-8 math exam: May …

MCS student heads to national culinary competition

For the second consecutive year a Capital Region BOCES culinary team has won the challenging state ProStart culinary competition. Career and Technical Education students Alexia Torres and Katelyn Manchester of Cobleskill-Richmondville as well as Logan Stephens of Middleburgh earned the state’s top honors during the March 22-23 competition at the Culinary Institute of America in …

Three MCS students medal at regional SkillsUSA competition

More than 40 Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical Education students showed their in-depth knowledge of the skilled trades and earned medals at the regional SkillsUSA competition Wednesday, March 20 in Schenectady and Scotia. By doing so, the 11 first-place winners and many of the other medal winners earned the right to advance to the …

Class of 2019 Top 5 Announced

Valedictorian, Sophia Soloveitchik Sophia plans to attend either the Rochester Institute of Technology or the College of St. Rose after graduation to study Chemical Engineering. Salutatorian, Carolyne Shultes Carolyne plans to attend either the Rochester Institute of Technology or Clarkson University after graduation to study Chemical Engineering. #3, Holly Rossmann Holly plans to attend either …

Carolyne Shultes finishes 15th at State Championships

Senior bowler Carolyne Shultes finished off her stellar Middleburgh bowling career at the State Championships in Syracuse last weekend. Shultes bowled with the Section II Girls Bowling Team at the State Championships, along with fellow Middleburgh bowler Jaidyn Rose. Shultes finished 15th in the state with 1,232 pins, nearly 100 more than her Section II …

Career Day held at Jr./Sr. High School

Dozens of professionals from a variety of industries took time out of their days to speak with Middleburgh Jr./Sr. High School students on Wednesday. Throughout the morning, students were introduced to multiple careers and had the ability to ask questions about typical job days and qualifications needed. The Jr./Sr. High School plans to make this …

Three MCS Girls Basketball players named to WAC All Star teams

Seniors Megan Brown and Kelsey Terrell were honored at the WAC Exceptional Senior Games at Mekeel Christian Academy. The two Middleburgh players combined for the game’s first 20 points, and at halftime they were both named as 1st Team All Stars. Makenzie Terrell was named a 2nd Team All Star. At the conclusion of the …

MCS Odyssey of the Mind team qualifies for states

Region 7 of Odyssey of the Mind held their Regional Competition on Saturday, March 2 at Shenendehowa  High School. Middleburgh sent five teams to the competition, four of them competitive and one primary. Teams competed in six different problem areas in four divisions for a chance to advance to the State Competition on March 23rd …

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