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Wait, Look and Drive 45
Traffic Safety PSA Wins National Award

Cairo-Durham CSD and Questar III BOCES were recognized by the...

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Attendance gaps lead to achievement gaps
Changes to Attendance Policy (2018-19)

Regular attendance often leads to greater academic success and lower dropout...

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Deputies Joanne Rivera and Steven Espel
School Resource Officers

We are pleased to welcome two School Resource Officers (SROs) to our campuses this year....

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News & Announcements

On Thursday, October 25, 2018, the Guidance Office is hosting a Financial Aid Night and senior parent information session. It starts at 6 p.m. in the Media Center. [Read more]
CDMS/HS will dismiss at 11:45 a.m. on Thursday, October 4, 2018, for Parent/Teacher Conferences (which will take place from 12:30-5:30 p.m.). There will also be a Welcome Back Celebration & Dinner from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Come for the conferences, stay for the celebration! [Read more]
Cairo-Durham CSD and Questar III BOCES were recognized by the National School Public Relations Association for excellence in communications. Our traffic safety public service announcement, “Wait, Look and Drive 45,” received a 2018 NSPRA Golden Achievement Award. [Read more]
Today at CDMS, right before afternoon dismissal, you or your student may have noticed an increased police presence on campus. We worked with local law enforcement to address a parent situation, and at no point did law enforcement or the district feel there was an immediate danger to our school community. [Read more]
Regular attendance often leads to greater academic success and lower dropout rates. Therefore, we are increasing our efforts to prevent chronic absenteeism at Cairo-Durham. Over the summer, we evaluated our recent attendance data and began developing a plan to improve student attendance. [Read more]
In the September 2018: Welcome Back letter, Superintendent Taibi shares news about school safety initiatives, changes to district attendance and transportation policies, and ongoing traffic safety efforts. [Read more]
We are pleased to welcome two School Resource Officers (SROs) to our campuses this year. Deputies Joanne Rivera and Steven Espel from the Greene County Sheriff’s Department will be present in Cairo-Durham schools five days a week during the upcoming school year. [Read more]