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C-C artists show at RIT invitational
District Office, Ninth Grade Academy, Senior High School
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Transcendence by Abby Gutkowski
Five of our outstanding student artists have been chosen to show work in the 2015 Rochester-Finger Lakes Middle & High School Art Exhibition, hosted by RIT at the Bevier Gallery. The invitational exhibition opens on Jan. 30 and runs through Feb. 23, 2015. The artists and their featured work are:• Taylor Conrad: Sculpture – “Cubi”• Abby Gutkowski: Photography – “Transcendence”• Emily Odell:... more info


More school records set in Indoor Track!
News of Districtwide Interest
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Alex Siracusa
The school records are falling like rain--seven have been set so far, with several more anticipated before the year is out.Senior Michaela Renna set the school record in shot put with a throw of 32’6.5” at RIT on January 23, 2015. She also qualified for Sectionals.Senior Alex Siracusa broke the school record in long jump twice at the same meet. His second jump of 22’9.5” is the top jump in Section... more info


Phase V Capital Project Advisory Committee holds first meeting
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On Monday, January 12, the newly formed Phase V Capital Project Advisory Committee met to discuss the possibility of a Phase V project to include the following areas of focus: Extension of water serviceRenovations to the swimming poolRenovations to the track around the stadium and synthetic turf field In addition, committee members have been asked to gather input from the... more info


SHS Life Skills students raise $897.80 for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
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Over the past ten years, the students in our Senior High Functional School Life Skills class have raised almost $7,000 for local charities. This year, they presented a check for $897.80 to Campaign Specialist Gail Floros of the Rochester Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The class handcrafts hundreds of unique holiday decorations — in 2014, merry little Christmas trees. They market them,... more info


Electronic Backpack Activity Flyers
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Don't forget to click on the Backpack Activity Flyers on the left-hand side of the main page. These flyers are updated often. Non-profit agencies offer extra-curricular activities to students in the district to enhance the overall Churchville-Chili experience.


Community Feedback for Possible Phase V Capital Improvement Projects
News of Districtwide Interest
Over the past two weeks members of the Phase V Capital Improvement Project Advisory Committee has gathered feedback about a possible Phase V Project. The project could include the following areas of focus:Extension of water serviceRenovations to the swimming poolRenovations to the track around the stadium and synthetic turf fieldYou can review the feedback collected by clicking here.


MS Triple C Award winners
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  Congratulations to our January Triple C Award winners from the Middle School.Middle School recipients and nominators (l-r): Megan Wideman, Kathleen Thomas, Middle School Principal Carl Christensen, Delaney Carroll, Terry Moore, Lisa Kunz, Ashley Guarino,  Chris Erne, Dave Carapella.(Not pictured: X-Treme Bullock, Jordney Bullock, Ebony Hopkins, Jason McCombs, Shelley Sharpe and Don... more info


Monroe County Division 3 Champions!
District Office, Senior High School
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Congratulations to our outstanding cheerleading squad - this year's Monroe County Division 3 champions. Great work! We're all so proud of you.


Jazz rules! Count Basie Orchestra comes to C-C PAC on March 4
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The HS Wind Ensemble rehearses in preparation for their performance with the CBO on March 4.
Our own Jazz Ensemble will have the opportunity to work one-on-one with members of the legendary Count Basie Orchestra (CBO) before their performance for the community on Wednesday, March 4 at the C-C PAC. “This is an extraordinary chance for our young musicians to get direct feedback and critique from a group of the world’s most renowned jazz artists,” says Director of Fine Arts Jeffrey Smith. As... more info


Churchville-Chili Senior High School Presents: The Wizard of Oz
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The Churchville-Chili Senior High School is proud to present this year’s musical production of The Wizard of Oz. Be swept away with Dorothy as she finds herself over the rainbow with a cast of characters that help her find her way home. Be there as this talented group of over 100 students brings you back to your childhood through the music and theatrics of this show. We are... more info


Students show love to veterans
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Members of the 5/6 service club have been working hard to make sure some veterans get something special on Valentine's Day. For the fifth year the club has made cards and collected candy to send to the Veterans' Hospital in Batavia. The cards and treats are something the veterans look forward to each year.  ...more info


C-C vocalists to perform at Carnegie Hall
District Office, Senior High School
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More than 10,000 nominations are received annually for a chance to participate in the High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall. This year 500 artists were chosen, including our own Marissa Tucker and LaMont Haywood. Tucker will perform as a Soprano 2 and Haywood as a Bass 2 at Carnegie Hall in February 2015 with the Honors Choir. The Series’ Program Director Morgan Smith says, “We... more info