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P2 Positive Referrals for Kindness

Congratulations to the CDE students who received positive referrals in...

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Students Adopt Wildlife

Third-graders studied ecosystems and raised money to symbolically adopt two animals to...

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Interact Club Connects with Students and Community

The CDHS Interact Club continues to...

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News & Announcements

Two (2) Hour Delay Today 1/27/21

Cairo-Durham Central School District will be on a two hour delay today 1/27/21 due to the current weather conditions. There is no AM Pre-K or BOCES. Thank you. [Read more]

K-5 Virtual Parent Support Seminar

Join us for a free virtual seminar to help support K-5 remote parents and their child's learning. The date is Thursday, January 28, 2021 with two online sessions at 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. [Read more]

Positive Case in District (1/19)

Today the District was informed that a bus driver tested positive for COVID-19. After completing the contact tracing, it was determined that there is no impact on the in-person learning environment and classes may continue as planned. [Read more]

Positive Cases & Shift to Remote Learning for PK-5 (Tues. 1/19)

The District was notified of two elementary students who tested positive for COVID-19. Due to staff shortages resulting from precautionary quarantines, Pre-K through Grade 5 must pivot to remote instruction starting on Tuesday, January 19th through the end of the week (Monday is a holiday). [Read more]

P2 Positive Referrals for Kindness

Congratulations to the CDE students who received positive referrals in December for displaying the P2 character traits of kindness, learning how words and actions affect others, and self-control. [Read more]

Positive Case at CDE (1/12)

The District was notified today that a substitute teacher at Cairo-Durham Elementary School tested positive for COVID-19. [Read more]

Students Adopt Wildlife

Third-graders studied ecosystems and raised money to symbolically adopt two animals to help protect the species and habitats. [Read more]