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2017 Patroon Conference First Team All-Stars

Caleb Doyle, Chatham
Matt Sweet, Hudson
Lorenzo Richardson, Coxsackie-Athens
Jeremy Ramirez, Hudson
Alec Yager, Maple Hill
Liam Krasney, Greenville
Addison Allen, Catskill
Justin Hatch, Coxsackie-Athens
Cole Ackerman, Greenville
Antonio Fisher, Hudson

Via, The Daily Mail


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Belgian tennis phenom Adrien Conrads

Belgian tennis phenom Adrien Conrads, here in the United States attending Coxsackie-Athens High school for his senior year, would much rather be on the soccer pitch.
This spring, though, he has dominated the Patroon Conference, going 12-0 without dropping a single set — both Coxsackie-Athens tennis records. Most recently he won the Patroon Conference singles championship.
He was equally as dominant in soccer, finishing second in the Patroon Conference in goals (14) and points (29)en route to becoming a first-team Patroon All-Star.
“My father pushed me to play tennis, all of my family played tennis, so he just brought me to the court …


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C-A Track & Field Takes On Patroons

The C-A Girls Track team has had 4 wins this season and today both the boys' and girls' teams competed in the Patroon Conference Championships hosted at Taconic Hills High School. The Girls team placed tenth out of twelve schools.

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School News May 22nd

Congratulations to Frank Fandozzi for winning the Dwight D. Eisenhower Leadership Award. This award is presented to high school juniors who have exhibited exceptional performance in the areas of academics, athletics, community service, good citizenship and leadership. Frank and his family participated in the Recognition Day Program on April 22 at the Eisenhower Hall at the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Congratulations to the following sophomores who were nominated by our teachers to represent our district at leadership conferences: Myles Clark and Madison Drake will be attending the Rotary Youth Leadership Conference at Mount Saint Mary College the end of June. This conference is designed to introduce participants to thoughts and ideas that will strengthen and develop their leadership skills.
Jeremias Brea will be attending the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Conference at SUNY Oneonta in early June. This conference focuses on helping students enhance their leadership skills, self-awareness, and motivation to make a positive difference in their community.

Congratulations to Sam Horsman who is an Honor Roll recipient at Questar III in the Welding Program. Edward Hull is his teacher at Questar III. Sam is a High Honor Roll student at Coxsackie-Athens HS. He is currently working at Flach Industries as a Welder/Laborer. He is a Trustee at his church and leader of his youth group. Sam has been class president three out of four years at Coxsackie-Athens. He also regularly volunteers at the local food pantry in his town.

Students are reminded to backup the data on their iPad's to Google Drive prior to iPad collection in June. There is a strong likelihood iPad data will be deleted during the summer. Students can get assistance backing up their data at the CA Genius Bar.

Students are reminded to backup files from their H-drive to Google Drive prior to the end of June. H-drive access will end for all students on June 30th. Students can get assistance backing up their data at the CA Genius Bar.

Congratulations to Julia Dorr and Mr. David Perlee for being selected for the Scholars Recognition Program. This program honors the outstanding scholastic achievement of members of the graduating classes of local schools. The high school selects the student to recognize their scholarship, leadership, and service to their schools and communities. After the student is selected, they are asked to nominate a teacher who has influenced their lives in a significant way. Each student writes a statement explaining how that teacher has made a difference to him or her. The Scholars' Recognition Program Winners were published in the Times Union Newspaper as a special insert on May 18th.

Join us for the Greene County YMCA’s Spring into Summer 5K on June 10, 2017. Starting and ending in front of Coxsackie-Athens High School, this flat, fast course will take you through residential areas and on rural roads with beautiful scenic views. It’s a great race for both experienced and novice runners. Walkers are also welcome. Medals will be awarded to the top male and female finishers in each age group. All participants will receive a T-shirt. Bring the whole family to this celebration of healthy living in our community! Register today!

Date: Saturday, June 10th, 2017 Time: 8:30am Location: Coxsackie-Athens High School

Cost of Attendance: $20 pre-registration, $25 day of registration

Attention everyone who attended Prom: Lifetouch photography has posted pictures for you to view and purchase. Go to: www.lifetouchevents.com Coxsackie-Athens High School

A Reminder to Seniors: If you are interested in applying for the C-A Hall of Fame Program, please stop in the Counseling Office to pick up an application. The completed application is due to Mrs. Essex by June 22nd.
1) 85 + cumulative GPA
2) 20+ service credits (activity verification sheets for each year of high school required)
3) Three Teacher Recommendations (use the form evaluation in the application
4) Good Character (discipline and attendance records will be reviewed by the committee)

Mrs. Essex has attached the hall of fame description, activity verification form, teacher evaluation form, and cover sheet to an e-mail sent to you. Please see her if you have any questions. The Hall of Fame Inductees will be announced at graduation.

If you like to travel to warm tropical climates, enjoy history and culture, love children and like to give back, Make A Difference Dominican Travel 2019 might be just what you're looking for. Sign up by May 31st with a $50 deposit and receive a $200 discount. See Mrs. Decker for more information, or just click on the link: http://www.explorica.com/Decker-84

A Preschool/Daycare Program will be opening at EJA for 2017-18 . Parents should contact Samantha Garland at 608-6563 for information and to obtain an enrollment packet. Click here for the flyer.

Sleepy Hollow Lake is in need of certified lifeguards with both waterfront and/or poolside certifications to start 5-27-17. Applications can be picked up at the APO office from 8-4 or the Public Safety Office after 4. They can also contact me, Chris Frisbee Public Safety Manager at 731-8208.

The summer College-in-the-High School Program schedule through CGCC is now available. There are many great classes offered that give you both high school credit/graduation requirements AND college credits at a CHEAP discounted price!!
In order to be approved by CGCC, you must have at least an overall average of 80% or higher in the subject area for which you are applying. These courses are all taught at local high schools from July 10th-August 17th. Mr. Carlson will be teaching Economics and Government right here at school, so take advantage of this great opportunity and have one more graduation requirement fulfilled before your senior year! The schedule of classes and registration form is now available in the Counseling Office. Registration forms must be completed and returned to us by Wednesday May 31st.
Coxsackie-Athens Driver Education Course is being offered July 5th through August 11th at the High School. The cost is $350.00 maximum. Students are required to attend 24 hours of classroom instruction and 24 hours driving. Registration forms are available in Student Services. A $200.00 non-refundable deposit is due by May 31, 2017. Reserve a seat now.

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