On Friday, December 21, 2018, you may see various law enforcement vehicles on the Cairo-Durham Elementary campus due to police demonstrations throughout the day. We will be having the New York State Police SORT team as well as the Greene County Sheriff’s Office K-9 and Dive teams at the school to give demonstrations to our students.
So, if you pass by CDE on Friday, 12/21, and you see lots of police presence, or if someone contacts you about seeing police at the school, please do not panic! The police presence will be part of a scheduled day of law enforcement demonstrations.
On Tuesday, December 11, 2018, Cairo-Durham Central School District residents approved a $28.9 million Capital Building Project by a vote of 284 (51.9%) in favor to 263 (48.1%) opposed.
Congrats to CDHS student April Walcott for winning this year's Life Skills class interview competition! Each year, the Life Skills class conducts mock interviews for their chosen careers.
See below for the cafeteria menus for December 2018.
We want to make you aware of a situation that occurred on November 28, 2018, at the Middle/High School. At no time were students in any danger, however, we feel it is important to inform the community of the incident and to remind parents of our District policies.
Girls World Expo, a one day event to inspire and empower teenage girls, is coming to Albany. It will be hosted at the Desmond Hotel at 660 Albany Shaker Road on Sunday, December 9 from 12pm to 3pm. Topics include music, robotics, health, cooking, cyber-security, henna, and more. A full event schedule and other information is available on their website. Anyone interested in attending can register at www.girlsworldexpo.com.