School Budget Vote Information-Updated 6/2/20:
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Mail-In Voting Only
The budget vote on June 9, 2020 will be conducted by mail-in ballot only. Qualified voters in the school district will be sent a ballot by mail with a paid postage return envelope. The ballot must returned by mail and received by the district clerk by 5:00pm on June 9, 2020 .
School Budget Vote & Election Notice
P ursuant to the Governor’s Executive Order 202.26, the 2020-2021 Budget Vote and Board Election will be conducted by an absentee ballot process. There will be no voting at polls. An absentee ballot with a paid postage return envelope will be mailed to qualified voters in the school district ...
Hannah Crofutt: Spring Sport- Track and Field
Plans after graduation : Attend SUNY Morrisville for their equine science and equine rehabilitation program
Favorite memory as a Camden Athlete : Spring break morning practices
Favorite memory as a Camden Student : Pep fest and homecoming
Anyone you would like to thank: I would like to thank all of my friends and coaches who have made me into a better athlete and person.
What message would you like to leave to the underclassmen? Enjoy the time you still have in school while you can. I never thought that my senior year would end this way or the memories we would be missing out on. You should watch that ...
Updated April 22, 2020
Modifications in BLUE
What are the Continuous Learning Lessons?
These are lessons that will be delivered to students via electronic means.
The lessons will be available for download and upload.
Complete lessons when convenient as they do not need to be completed during normal class times.
Some teachers may have a class check-in (via technology). These are encouraged but students won’t be penalized if they are not able to participate. Again, this is an additional unmeasured opportunity that does not reflect overall student performance.
The lessons have been broken down with the following ...
Supplemental Instructional Resources for Parents:
Camden CSD COVID-19 Information and Updates:
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Congratulations to the Top Ten Students in the Class of 2020!:
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Jasmine Pritchard, Morgan Lucason, Mason Gerber, Billie Mae DeWick, Mary Buckingham
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Victoria Baker, Delainey Hebble, Matthew Lucero, MeiLyn Schwartz, Marika Stauring
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Matilda The Musical:
Students of Camden High School will perform “Matilda the Musical” as their 2020 spring show.
Performances are 7 p.m. Friday, March 6, and 2 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 7, in the Camden High School Auditorium. Tickets are $8 and can be obtained by email email@example.com OR call by calling 315-245-5315 to reserve tickets.
Inspired by the twisted genius of Roald Dahl, the show is the captivating masterpiece that revels in the anarchy of childhood, the power of imagination and the inspiring story of a girl who dreams of a better life.
Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration:
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THERE IS STILL TIME
IT’S NOT TOO LATE!
Senior Night for Boys Basketball:
Congratulations to all the seniors on the Camden Varsity Basketball team. Thanks for all your hard work and dedication to the program. You all have helped contribute to making this season a memorable one. Good luck to you in your future endeavors. Coach Swancott
CMS Science Fair:
Science Fair 2020 Winners!
People’s choice: Ellie Miller & Lola Miller for Soda VS. Rust
3rd Place: Lilah Armstrong, Piper Phelps, Destiny Resto, Leila Cadrette for Melting Chocolate
2nd Place: The White Team for Germs
1st Place: Maddie Blair for Germ Exterminators
People’s choice: Ella Winters & Mackenzie Brockway for Crayon Test
3rd Place: Daisy Strebel, Ally Mitchell, Hannah Harris for Electric Foods
2nd Place: Sophia Seitz, Evan Pitcher for Which paper towel brand is strongest?
1st Place: Ella Winters, Mackenzie Brockway for Crayon Test
People’s choice Mackenzie Keil for Downtown Demo
3rd Tie Madeline Melancon, Madeline Redden for Project RAT,
Soap Carving at McConnellsville Elementary:
Mrs. Malenowski's students at McConnellsville Elementary are currently reading From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler by E.L. Konigsburg. We have done much research on the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Michelangelo in particular. After we watched a video of how Michelangelo could picture a form within a block of marble, students were invited to discover what was in their very own block of marble ... a bar of Ivory soap! Using plastic knives, paper clips and popsicle sticks, they carved their designs and had a wonderful time!
Senior Night for Girls Basketball:
On Monday, February 10, the Camden Girls Basketball team honored their seniors. Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication over the years and good luck to you in the future!
Senior Night for Girls Volleyball:
Camden girls volleyball celebrated senior night on Thursday, January 23rd. Camden said goodbye to seniors Kristen Onderko, Beyleigh Metott, Kelsey Perrigo, and Hannah Hughes, as well as exchange students Hanne and Greta Kwiatkowski, from Germany. Coach Downing would like to thank his seniors for their valuable leadership throughout his first year as varsity coach.
Boys Bowling Senior Night 2020:
On Wednesday Jan 14 th 2020, the Camden Boys bowling team hosted RFA Lucky Shots in Camden. Prior to the match starting the Seniors from both squads were honored for their dedication to the teams.
For Camden, Senior Steven Hite was honored. Steven is a co-captain for the team and has been on the team for 2 years. Steven was accompanied by his parents Wade and Tami Hite.
Life After High School:
On January 7th, three past graduates of Camden High School came in to speak to the current sophomore class. Their purpose was to talk about their life journey after high school and the lessons they have learned along the way. They focused on the importance of doing well in school, following your passions and preparing for the inevitable detours in life.
CHS is grateful for the time and insight these past graduates gave to our students.