Important News


Click on the links below to view the 2020 June Regents Schedule:

June Regents Schedule 2020.docx

Canastota Main Street Auto is looking for an 18 year old student who has a driver's license to work part time as a driver. The hours would be approximately 1-4 during the week and 8-12 on Saturdays for deliveries. If you are interested please stop by their store.

The Madison County Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, Inc., BRIDGES received a grant from the Madison County Youth Bureau to support the implementation of a LGBTQIA youth group for youth in grades 7-12. For more information on the monthly support group dates please call 315-697-3947 or go to .

The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing in Chittenango is looking to hire a couple high school students for part-time dietary aid. You can call 315-832-6148 for more information or apply at

SRC offers a variety of opportunities for students and educators to learn about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Visit for more information and to register for events.

Lockheed Martin is sponsoring an Engineering and Scientific career Explorer Post for any student ages 14-20. If you are interested please stop by the Guidance Office.

Holy Cross Academy is offering a five hour pre-licensing course on the last Saturday of the month. For more information please stop by the Guidance Office.

Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum is looking for volunteers! If you need community service hours please stop by the Guidance Office for more information.

Male U.S. citizens, wherever they live, and male noncitizens living in the United States, who have reached their 18th birthday but not reached their 26th, are required to be registered with Selective Service. In order to be eligible for Federal Loans, Grants and other benefits you must do one of the following: Register online at , Fill out a Selective Service registration form at any U.S. post office or Complete the registration reminder postcard that you may receive in the mail shortly before your 18th birthday.

New York State Testing Program New York Regents Exam Online Practice - New York K-12 Curriculum Links

Wal-Mart Distribution Center in Marcy is looking to hire people over 18 years old. For more information please stop by the Guidance Office.

OCC is offering SAT Preparation in Spring of 2020. For more information or to register go to

HMS Host has part-time positions available at the Chittenango Travel Plaza. They are willing to work around school and sport schedules. Text "FOOD" to 242424 or visit to apply.

JATC's are a collaborative effort between organized labor and signatory contractors to train and develop journey workers in a particular craft.
Our program is a 5 Year, Earn while you learn program. There are three elements to our education program and they are:
-On the Job Training. Apprentices are mentored, trained and developed by Subject Matter Experts that we call Journey Workers. Apprentices are getting paid for their work.
-Each apprentice is required to take 19 online courses with a total of 213 lessons over the course of five years. While the courses can be done at an accelerated rate the minimum is 12 lessons per quarter.
-Each apprentice is required to take 18 classroom sessions per year. These take place on Saturdays and are held in Buffalo at Local 22 and also in Syracuse at Local 267.
As long as the apprentices keep up with the three elements, then they will progress in rank every six months, with a pay increase at each step. In addition, benefit eligibility kicks in at 600 hours. The pension benefits kick in once an apprentice reaches class 4. To learn more about Local 669- JATC, you can go to our website at . Please contact Timothy Coleman if you have any questions at 315-952-6440. Check out this flyer for interview dates and how to register. Local 669 Flyer.docx

Registration for the 2019 Congressional App Challenge is still open!
Hosted by the Members of the House of Representatives, the CAC is a district-wide competition for middle and high school students, encouraging them to learn how to code by creating their own apps. Through this competition, Congress hopes to highlight the importance of programming, computer science and a STEM education in our students' minds. Regardless of a student's current expertise and understanding of coding, all are welcome and strongly encouraged to participate! As a reminder, students can register as individuals or as teams of up to four. Students are allowed to use any programming language, any platform, and there are no limits on the app theme or topic. Further information can be found on their website: