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ACT for Education
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Family Learning and Support for Home Network (FLASH)
Garden of the Saints
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2019 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees Announced
We are proud to announce that five new members will be inducted into the Churchville-Chili Athletic Hall of Fame in ceremonies that will be held on December 6, 2019.
The Link: Graduation Edition
Check out our last issue of the 2018-19 school year.
Get it here.
Share your love of reading - be a Literacy Volunteer
A literacy volunteer can be anyone, young or old, who loves reading and wants to share that joy with kids. It only takes an hour or two a week.
Garden volunteers needed!
Help weed, water and harvest in the Garden of the Saints on Fairbanks Road this summer. Sign up at
Fun at FRS Field Day
Check out the activity and good times at this year's FRS Field Day!
2019 Solar Cooker Challenge
We had a great day for the Middle School's fifth-annual Solar Cooker Challenge: innovative designs and lots of melty goodness.
Middle School Chess Club students in grades 5-8 participated in grade-level championships and then winners faced off for the title of Grand Master.
Sending warmth to new arrivals in the NICU
“One of the most important things we can do here is to help children develop values and grow strong character,” said CES teacher Jennifer Brush. Her students learned about community service by making blankets for vulnerable babies.
Welcoming art for Ronald McDonald House
When the Ronald McDonald House put out a call to schools in Monroe County for original artwork to hang in their renovated guest rooms, Churchville-Chili art teachers and students stepped up.
Building a culture of financial literacy
“It’s never too early to start important conversations about money management,” said C-C teacher Ernest Orlando, who invited retired Judge John Ninfo to speak with his eighth-grade classes recently.
Athletics highlights from Spring 2019 season
Congratulations to all of our outstanding athletes. It's been an amazing season: Saints Rule!
Congratulations to District Triple C winners
Triple C awards honor students, volunteers, teachers and staff members who exemplify our core beliefs and who go above and beyond to make our schools great environments for learning.
National Small Business Week
This is the third year the district has collaborated with Monroe County and ACT for Education in establishing educational partnerships with local small businesses, allowing students to network and learn from a wide variety of business authorities.
NYSATA Student Art Show
Roberts Wesleyan College's Davison Art Gallery is hosting an exhibit of student art thru June 1. Six C-C artists are participating.
2019 FLHS Induction and Awards
Congratulations to all of our new Foreign Language Honor Society members and award winners who were honored in a ceremony on May 15!
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Odyssey of the Mind Parent Night
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Starts At 7:00 PM
FRS Welcome Back Picnic
Starts At 6:45 PM
Gr. 9-12 school picture day
Middle School school picture day
Board of Education Meeting
Starts At 7:00 PM
BOE room 3808
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The Churchville-Chili Central School District challenges all students to strive for excellence while developing their unique talents and becoming respectful, resourceful citizens and contributing members of an interconnected global society.
On Friday, April 26 students from the middle school released more than 100 trout into Oatka Creek. The middle school video club caught all the action. Take a look.
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