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  • Safety & Security | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    are always looking for ways to make it even safer Security Cameras at School Surveillance cameras to help deter violence and vandalism are in place in all Mohonasen Schools These closed circuit TV cameras monitor student activity in high traffic areas both inside and outside of our schools Security cameras record people as they enter and exit each school building and sensors notify staff when there has been an unauthorized entry at selected doors There are no surveillance cameras in student bathrooms or physical education locker rooms The presence of cameras is designed to serve as an added deterrent to fights and other misbehavior vandalism and violence Video recordings also provide powerful evidence in disciplinary or criminal investigations Student Parking Privileges at Mohonasen High School Students with a valid driver s license who wish to apply for a parking permit should request an application from the School Resource Officer when they become available in September A non refundable fee of 5 if required to receive a permit As spaces are limited permits are granted first to seniors and then to juniors Within each grade level permits are granted on a lottery basis Eligible students who do not receive permits are placed o n a waiting list and granted a space when one becomes available Sophomores and freshmen are not permitted to drive to school Students should be aware that student parking is a privilege not a right Chronic attendance problems and or disciplinary issues will result in suspension revocation of parking privileges Students may park only in their designated space in the student parking lot Cars parked in areas other than the student lot or on campus without a valid parking permit may be towed at the owners expense Students are not allowed to return to their car during the

    Original URL path: http://www.mohonasen.org/student-services/safety-security/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Social Work | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    Psychosocial Education Group Work Classroom presentations including Project SUCCESS and the Transition Team s Social Emotional Support Program Meditation Yoga Club Pinewood Draper Study Buddy Program Mediation Pinewood Pals Program Peers for Peace Study Circles Apples to Apples etc Case Management Referrals collaboration and consultation with school and community based providers supportive interventions to students and families Pinewood Family Fund Crisis Intervention Suicide assessments child safety response risk assessments etc Information Diane Blinn LCSW R Student Assistance Counselor BOCES CAPIT Program 518 356 8313 dblinn mohonasen org Elizabeth Haynesworth LMSW School Social Worker 518 356 8443 ehaynesworth mohonasen org Larry McGrath LMSW School Social Worker 518 356 8375 lmcgrath Mohonasen org Peg Sutton LCSW R School Social Worker 518 356 8312 psutton mohonasen org About Us Academics Athletics Board of Education Community Student Services Featured Budget Finance Breakfast Lunch Menus Calendar Contact News Staff Resources About Us Budget Finance Calendar Contact Directions Employment Forms News Notifications Policies Publications Registration Staff Resources Academics APPR Common Core Learning Standards Continuing Education Enrichment Extracurricular Offerings Grant Programs High School Course of Study Guide Report Cards Special Education Teacher Staff Pages Testing Athletics Hall of Fame FAQs Physicals Pool Schedules Teams Board of Education

    Original URL path: http://www.mohonasen.org/student-services/social-work/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Transportation Services | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    help maintain the safety of children When approaching a school bus you must Slow down Flashing yellow lights warn that the bus is about to stop You should begin to slow your vehicle and prepare to stop Stop From either direction even on divided highways when a school bus is stopped with its red lights flashing Proceed Only when the red lights are turned off and bus is again moving or when waved on by driver or police officer Be aware Children may be approaching a stopped school bus from any direction Remember School buses may not turn right on red while transporting students It is illegal to pass a school bus displaying its flashing red lights both on and off school property If convicted of passing a stopped school bus the minimum fine is 250 400 and or 30 days in jail for the first offense Drivers convicted of passing a stopped school bus will also receive a 5 point infraction on their license for each violation This law is strictly enforced and all violators will be fully prosecuted School closings delays Please make sure you are signed up for School News Notifier By doing this you will receive an e mail and or text message in the event school is closed or delayed due to inclement weather Please note that due to the volume of closing notifications sent over SNN and precautions put in place by the recipient s email server these notifications may not be received immediately It is best to rely on more than one source of information when it comes to weather related announcements Closing and delay information can also be found on local television or radio stations Unplanned early dismissals are communicated via an automated phone messaging system to all phone numbers parents have provided It is essential that parents keep their phone contact numbers current for this purpose In addition the elementary PTO also maintains a phone tree to contact parents of K 5 students in the event of an unplanned early dismissal There may be times when the phone lists cannot be activated loss of phone service not enough time etc No matter what grade level your child is in please make sure they know what to do if they arrive home unexpectedly and you re not there For safety s sake now is the time to create a plan Information Transportation Department Randy Jerreld Supervisor rjerreld mohonasen org 518 356 8260 Riding the school bus Frequently Asked Questions School bus drivers Looking for a part time job with flexible hours Learn more about becoming a school bus driver Transportation to a location other than home Parents may request that their child to be picked up or dropped off by a school bus at a day care or location other than their home Find the request form on our forms page Parochial Transportation Parents who want Mohonasen to provide transportation for their children to approved parochial schools are responsible for letting us

    Original URL path: http://www.mohonasen.org/transportation/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Seventh annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony to take place on March 7 | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    Draper Class of 2015 This year the district will honor the following six new inductees Stacy Anderson Vadney Joe Ziobrowski Paul Manikas Robert Frederick George Wodarzak and Jim Johnson The celebration begins at 6 30 p m at Mallozzi s on 1930 Curry Road Those interested in attending must RSVP by Feb 19 by calling 518 356 8275 Tickets cost 30 and checks made payable to Mohonasen Sports Boosters can be sent to the Mohonasen Athletic Office 2072 Curry Road Schenectady NY 12303 About Us Academics Athletics Board of Education Community Student Services Featured Budget Finance Breakfast Lunch Menus Calendar Contact News Staff Resources About Us Budget Finance Calendar Contact Directions Employment Forms News Notifications Policies Publications Registration Staff Resources Academics APPR Common Core Learning Standards Continuing Education Enrichment Extracurricular Offerings Grant Programs High School Course of Study Guide Report Cards Special Education Teacher Staff Pages Testing Athletics Hall of Fame FAQs Physicals Pool Schedules Teams Board of Education Meeting Minutes Meeting Schedules Agendas Members Community Alumni Continuing Education Pool School Booster Groups Mohonasen Foundation for Excellence Student Services Draper Middle School Guidance Food Services Health Services High School Counseling Career Center Safety Security Social Work Transportation This page is

    Original URL path: http://www.mohonasen.org/seventh-annual-hall-of-fame-induction-ceremony-to-take-place-on-march-7/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Construction continues at Center for Advanced Technology | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    housed in this space A view down the hallway of the Center with classrooms on the left hand side and the welding labs on the right Sheet rock is piled at the entrance to the Center awaiting installation Walls at the new Center are made of reinforced concrete Cinder block walls have to be smoothed before they can be painted A view from the second floor looking toward Mohonasen High School Looking toward the front entrance of the building Classroom space at the new Center The front entrance of the Center for Advanced Technology at Mohonasen Construction of the 53 000 square foot facility requires hundreds of pages of plans The large group instruction room LGI at the Center The black box theater will be home to media arts classes About Us Academics Athletics Board of Education Community Student Services Featured Budget Finance Breakfast Lunch Menus Calendar Contact News Staff Resources About Us Budget Finance Calendar Contact Directions Employment Forms News Notifications Policies Publications Registration Staff Resources Academics APPR Common Core Learning Standards Continuing Education Enrichment Extracurricular Offerings Grant Programs High School Course of Study Guide Report Cards Special Education Teacher Staff Pages Testing Athletics Hall of Fame FAQs Physicals

    Original URL path: http://www.mohonasen.org/construction-continues-at-center-for-advanced-technology/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Governor’s aid proposal could leave district facing considerable cuts | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    from school districts including Mohonasen In that time Mohonasen has lost a total of more than 13 4 million in state revenue to the GEA The governor s proposed executive budget would withhold another 416 585 in GEA for 2016 17 resulting in what would be a total GEA loss to Mohonasen of nearly 14 million This does not account for the fact that the foundation aid that should have been distributed to districts has been shorted by nearly 4 4 billion statewide this year alone For Mohonasen the total aid withheld over the past seven years amounts to over 32 3 million with a loss of 2 9 million in 2015 16 Assistant Superintendent for Business Chris Ruberti said projected aid totals released by the state Division of Budget and reported by the media can be misleading In our preliminary analysis the state funds that will be used to operate educational programs would increase by only 1 2 percent under the Governor s proposal said Ruberti While published figures may be different the difference can be attributed to the complicated changes in building aid that affect our district There are many factors affecting Mohonasen s building aid for 2016 17 including projects that were completed many years ago as well as the 48 2 million Capital Project approved in November 2013 that is currently under way Prior projects coming off the books in 2016 17 means a reduction of approximately 1 8 million in capital debt for the district However there is also a corresponding loss of building aid of about 1 95 million for these projects The net effect on the district is 150 000 of increased net cost In addition the district will continue to finance the current project which will add some capital debt to the 2016 17 school year The district is currently working with its financial advisors to get an accurate estimate of this impact Governor Cuomo released his executive budget as part of his State of the State address on Wednesday Jan 13 The proposed plan is regarded as the first step in determining the direction of negotiations in developing a final state budget in Albany which is due by April 1 Final state aid numbers figure prominently in determining revenues available to the school district in developing its own budget The school district s budget is voted on annually in May this year on Tuesday May 17 Despite significant cuts to our budget since the GEA was enacted in 2009 we have continued to strengthen our programs for all students said Spring We have done all of the things the Governor advocated by reducing any remaining redundancies and by partnering with other schools and organizations to maximize efficiencies Our new Center for Advanced Technology is a perfect example Spring joined area superintendents and Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara on Friday January 22 to call for fair funding including an increase in Foundation Aid and full restoration of GEA be included in the final 2016

    Original URL path: http://www.mohonasen.org/governors-aid-proposal-could-leave-district-facing-considerable-cuts/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Non-Public School Transportation Request form is due April 1 | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    Featured Budget Finance Breakfast Lunch Menus Calendar Contact News Staff Resources About Us Budget Finance Calendar Contact Directions Employment Forms News Notifications Policies Publications Registration Staff Resources Academics APPR Common Core Learning Standards Continuing Education Enrichment Extracurricular Offerings Grant Programs High School Course of Study Guide Report Cards Special Education Teacher Staff Pages Testing Athletics Hall of Fame FAQs Physicals Pool Schedules Teams Board of Education Meeting Minutes Meeting Schedules

    Original URL path: http://www.mohonasen.org/non-public-school-transportation-request-form-is-due-april-1/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Hope House residents share substance abuse risks with 9th graders | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    with 9th graders about the risks associated with substance abuse The presentation is part of the evidenced based substance abuse prevention education program facilitated by social worker Diane Blinn during physical education classes in January Topics included facts and risks associated with tobacco and other drug use the teen brain the impact of addiction on families and stress and healthy coping mechanisms About Us Academics Athletics Board of Education Community Student Services Featured Budget Finance Breakfast Lunch Menus Calendar Contact News Staff Resources About Us Budget Finance Calendar Contact Directions Employment Forms News Notifications Policies Publications Registration Staff Resources Academics APPR Common Core Learning Standards Continuing Education Enrichment Extracurricular Offerings Grant Programs High School Course of Study Guide Report Cards Special Education Teacher Staff Pages Testing Athletics Hall of Fame FAQs Physicals Pool Schedules Teams Board of Education Meeting Minutes Meeting Schedules Agendas Members Community Alumni Continuing Education Pool School Booster Groups Mohonasen Foundation for Excellence Student Services Draper Middle School Guidance Food Services Health Services High School Counseling Career Center Safety Security Social Work Transportation This page is maintained by The Mohonasen Communications Office according to Mohonasen Central School District Web publishing regulations This Web site was produced by

    Original URL path: http://www.mohonasen.org/hope-house-residents-share-substance-abuse-risks-with-9th-graders/ (2016-02-17)
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