CHES float takes 1st place in Burnt Hills Flag Day Parade

CHES float takes 1st place in Burnt Hills Flag Day Parade Congratulations to the Charlton Heights Student Council for winning first place in the Burnt Hills Flag Day Parade. Second place was East Glenville Community Church and third place was the Glenville YMCA. Thank you to all of our volunteers who helped build the float: …

2018 Renovations Committee Reviews Districtwide Needs

2018 Renovations Committee Reviews Districtwide Needs Board Plans for October 2018 Vote The district’s 2018 Renovations Committee (comprised of community members, staff, parents, Board members, and students) have been charged by the Board of Education to study major construction, renovation and maintenance needs district-wide. The committee has been meeting twice a month since January 2018. …

OMS Girls on the Run finish 5K

OMS Girls on the Run finish 5K Congrats to the O’Rourke Middle School Girls on the Run Heart & Sole team for finishing their season with a 5K run against nine other teams from the Capital Region. The 16 middle school girls all ran with their running buddies and coaches who have been supporting them …

Students pay respects to Charlton Veterans

Students pay respects to Charlton Veterans Over Memorial Day weekend, O’Rourke Middle School teachers Kevin Ahern and Monica Hills took nearly 50 students to visit three cemeteries in Charlton (Jeremiah Smith, Scotch Church in West Charlton, and Sweetman Cemetery) to voluntarily place new flags on the graves of Charlton Veterans. The teachers organized the event …

Ewing earns NYS PTA Reflection Award

Ewing earns NYS PTA Reflection Award Congratulations to sixth grader Carlianna Ewing whose entry titled, “Some Day” has earned the honor of NYS PTA Award of Merit and will be displayed at the NYS PTA Convention in Saratoga Springs in November. The National PTA developed the Reflections program in 1969 to interest children, parents, teachers …