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COVID-19 update - February 24, 2021
This message is to inform you that the following individuals tested positive for COVID-19 on February 24: one MS hybrid student and two HS hybrid students.
 
COVID-19 update - February 22, 2021
This message is to inform you that the following individuals tested positive for COVID-19 February 12-22: one CRS hybrid student, one HS remote student, three HS hybrid students, two MS hybrid students, three MS staff members, one CRS staff member and one security staff member.  
 
Attention: Black Scholars Program participants
Here's a cultural leadership exercise to build your resume for college prep, employment or internship opportunities. The Black Scholars Program is partnering with NYS Ed. Dept.'s  #MyHistoryMyFuture social media campaign. Click through for the easy instructions.
 
HS Students of the Month
Congratulations to our January Students, Teacher and Staff Member of the Month!
 
Podcasts make history come alive
Eighth-graders at the Middle School recently completed what is normally a standard social studies unit on the Industrial Revolution. Their educational experience was far different than what students may have had in the past.
 
Preventing and Navigating Everyday Conflict
Have you ever thought there has to be a better way to handle conflict with your child(ren)? This might be what you are looking for! Join Ms. Paula Schneider, one of CC’s school psychologists, as she leads this insightful virtual workshop. Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 4 p.m. or Sunday, Feb. 28 at 10 a.m.  
 
Carson Wohlers commits to Paul Smith’s College XC
C-C Saints cross country runner Carson Wohlers has signed a National Letter of Intent to compete for the Paul Smith’s College Bobcats cross country team next fall.  
 
Caleb Smith signs National Letter of Intent
Churchville-Chili High School Saints volleyball player Caleb Smith has signed a National Letter of Intent to compete for the NCAA Division II Daemen College Wildcats in Buffalo, NY.
 
A visit with a volcanologist
The intersection of history with real life adds a new dimension to learning. Fourth-graders at CES experienced this when a class reading project on the eruption of Vesuvius at Pompeii grew into a real-time Zoom visit with volcano expert Amelia Winner, from the University of Oregon.
 
Banishing stress with art
It’s been a tough year for students everywhere, but seventh-graders in teacher Charmagne Dodd’s art class learned how to use the art of Zentangle® to create beautiful patterns and enjoy the focused mindfulness of creative process. See their work in the MS library thru January!
 
How to create a sweet business
Middle School students in teacher Katie French’s class have recently been learning what goes into planning and launching a small business. Their project based learning (PBL) challenge required them to explore all the aspects of starting their own hot cocoa café.  
 
Dancers use holiday cheer to reach out
Every year, elementary school students look forward to learning holiday dance routines from visiting “big kids” from the high school. In this strange year of social distancing, dance instructor Janelle Hernandez and her Dance II and Dance Excel classes had to come up with new ways to connect with the little ones.
 
The Middle School “Stuffs the Bus”
Students in the three Houses at Churchville-Chili Middle School were busy collecting non-perishable food items this December. Their goal was to share it all with the Pearce Food Pantry in North Chili.  
 
‘Tis the season to give back
This year, the HS Coffee Cart has been absent from the halls due to COVID-19, but Life Skills students chose to use some of the proceeds from last year’s business to fund holiday food donations to the Pearce Food Pantry in North Chili.
 
Carrozzi bowls 300 for the Saints
For only the second time in school history, C-C Saint Joseph Carrozzi has bowled a 300 game. How cool is that?
 
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Congratulations to the student musicians who participated in the virtual Wind Ensemble Winter Concert for the 2020-21 school year. See video below. You can view the program here.


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