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… and so begins another school year

Cazenovia students return to academia after long, hot summer

This year, Cazenovia High School Principal Eric Schnaabl will oversee 690 students, with the help of vice principal Susan Vickers. In addition to area residents, the student body includes visitors from Poland, Burma, Japan, Norway and Korea through the foreign-exchange program.

This year, Cazenovia High School Principal Eric Schnaabl will oversee 690 students, with the help of vice principal Susan Vickers. In addition to area residents, the student body includes visitors from Poland, Burma, Japan, Norway and Korea through the foreign-exchange program. Photo by Pierce Smith.

— During the 2011-12 school year, Schnabl will oversee 690 students in grades 8 through 12 with the assistance of vice principal Susan Vickers. The morning of first day of school Schnabl, Vickers and the counseling staff gathered each class in the Cazenovia High School Auditorium to set tone of school year, review a few rules and the code of conduct as well as inform students of what is expected of them.

“We want to get the students excited about getting involved with the school and extracurricular activities, whether it’s sports, clubs or the musical. We want to ensure they develop positive relationships and do productive things over the course of the school year,” Schnabl said.

With the exception of week-long breaks for the holiday season, and spring break, students will continue their studies through June — when classes let out once again, and the senior class graduates.

Pierce Smith is editor of the Cazenovia Republican. He can be reached at 434-8889 ext. 338 or editor@cazenoviarepublican.com.

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