Coxsackie-Athens Central School District

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Coxsackie-Athens Central School District
Address
24 Sunset Blvd.
Greene County
Coxsackie, New York, U.S., 12051
District information
Type Public / rural school district
Grades K-12
Established 1948; 69 years ago (1948)
Superintendent Randall Squier
Schools 4
Students and staff
Students 1,600 (2016-2017)
Teachers 112 (2016)
Student-teacher ratio 13:1
Other information
Website cacsd.org

Coxsackie-Athens is a rural New York State school district located along the Hudson River, approximately 20 miles south of Albany. Known as C-A, or the "Indians", to people in the region, Coxsackie-Athens has around 1,600 students K-12.

The district has four schools: Edward J. Arthur Elementary; Coxsackie Elementary; Coxsackie-Athens Middle School; and Coxsackie-Athens High school.

The district has a satellite campus in the Village of Athens and a main campus in the Village of Coxsackie where the district office is located. All the schools are located in Coxsackie, except for the Edward J. Arthur school in Athens.

Staff[edit]

As of the 2016-17 school year, the principals of schools were:

  • Coxsackie Elementary School: Karen Miller
  • Edward J. Arthur Elementary School: James Martino
  • Coxsackie Middle School: David Proper
  • Coxsackie High School: Heath C. Quiles

The Superintendent of the schools is Randall Squier.

Sports[edit]

Coxsackie-Athens is part of Section II in New York State and the Patroon Conference. Patroon Conference members include: Coxsackie-Athens, Greenville High School , Catskill High School, Cairo-Durham High School, Hudson High School, Chatham High School, Maple Hill High School, Taconic Hills High School, and Rensselaer.

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