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Coolidge Report Card 19-20

Located on the southeast side of the city, Calvin Coolidge serves approximately 320 students kindergarten through grade five each year. Our school offers a full-day
pre-kindergarten program for 4-year-olds as well as a transitional kindergarten program.

We are proud to be a neighborhood school with a strong commitment to education and collaboration. Every day Coolidge's staff members work to build strong relationships with our students and families. Our focus is to do what is best for our students, and we expect our students to 'Swim to Success.'
Just take a look at a number of items we have accomplished by clicking our school report card on the right.

If you have any questions, or thoughts to share, please do not hesitate to contact us directly. Thank you for your continued support of Calvin Coolidge Elementary School.

Do your best to be your best... the possibilities are endless.

Dario Vazquez 
Principal

Kristy Sloma
Assistant Principal

Recent News

Learning Continues Year-Round for BCSD Teachers
Updated on 09/08/2021
School was out for summer, but the learning continued for teachers across the Binghamton City School District! A rich variety of professional development opportunities were offered to both new employees (we added nearly 60 new members to our instructional team this summer!) and veteran teachers.  
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BHS Half-Day Virtual Academy
Updated on 08/27/2021
Binghamton High School is offering a half-day virtual academy for eligible juniors and seniors. 
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BCSD Requests for Medically Fragile Students
Updated on 08/09/2021
We anticipate full in-person student instruction, 5-days per week, for BCSD students for the 2021-2022 school year. There will not be a hybrid learning option as there was last year, although we do know that some students may have unique medical situations that require fully remote instruction. 
Read More about BCSD Requests for Medically Fragile Students
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Board Reps

Albert Penna
Brian Whalen