Military Week was an experience like no other. From the Military Band and vehicles to recognizing those who have served and those heading out to begin their military journey after graduation.
Congratulations are in order to four students who received $2,500 in scholarship funds for their academic achievements.
First graders get a visitor from author Engelic Everett!
The community has voted on the most creative dumpster, and CSAT came in....
105 Lives in our community will be saved thanks to CHSAT students and staff!
Second grade experiences a Career Touch like no other.
School Counseling Week jam-packed with fun and rewarding for both staff and students.
Please take the time to read this informational message regarding the 3-8 NYS assessments.
Students meet with local companies and colleges to learn about the economy, family-sustaining career options.
Danceability Dance Studio encourages students to not use the "r-word" in support of Special Olympics campaign.
The undefeated team is headed to the championships, and beat the number one seed to get there!
Seventh grader Awet Aleu joins the best band students from the county for special honor!
High school students who earned honor and high honor roll status enjoy breakfast with special guests.
Gentlemen's Society takes trip to the Sabres game with some great views (thanks to the team!).
High School students traveled to participate in the 13th annual Charter School Advocacy Day festivities.
CSAT's youngest celebrated 100 days of school with a busy day of fun activities.
First grade learns about the world of character animation.
Be sure you're aligning with CSAT's mandatory dress code! Check it out here.
Second & third graders received a special visit from Daemen College Wildcats!
Find out how to win a CSAT-themed basket, and support us on social media!
Thirty-five NAHS students at CHSAT unveil mural that inspires students to "choose your own direction."
Multi-instrumentalist, composer and arranger Bill Todd returns to his roots for a special presentation for CSAT students.
Continuing its mission to prepare students for the workforce, CSAT grows program.
The Middle School club used their creative sides to help raise money for a local food pantry.
Eileen Buckley from WBFO 88.7FM interviewed a group of young adults from CHSAT about their previous experiences they have had as young adults.
The Lady Eagles take a trip to Syracuse University to watch the Orange Women play.
Reinforce these safety tips with your child. All of us contribute to a safe environment for our community!
Food drive brings in enough donated food items to complete 17 meals for Thanksgiving.
A One Call Now was also sent to all Elementary and High School families at 3:15 p.m. on 11/17.
Now until Nov. 30: our most unique fundraiser yet! Visit: http://www.26shirts.com/csat
Students participated in the "WNY Girls in Sports" event hosted by Ralph Wilson Foundation & United Way.
Annual event brings in community members from all over WNY!
Out of all of CSAT and Ken-Ton, Adrian Aponte's work of art takes the top spot!
Dr. Tererai Trent, motivational speaker and educator, visited with grades 4-8 and shared a special message with 10 lucky HS girls.
High School students help fourth grade prepare for Dr. Trent's upcoming visit on November 3rd.
Pumpkins, cider, donuts and fun fall activities bring CSAT families and friends to the annual PTO-sponsored event.
The American Red Cross is offering FREE smoke alarms to residents in need and providing fire preparedness education to hundreds of local families.
HS's Donate Life Club helps save up to 102 lives through its UNYTS-sponsored blood drive.
"Creepy" clown sightings are happening nationwide, and local law enforcement is warning WNY residents not to approach them as they can be aggressive and dangerous.
CSAT's PTO is always looking for volunteers and new members. Help them better your child's education!
Ten fifth grade girls attend Woman Up conference to learn about empowerment and women in the workforce.
A spirit filled week for High School students as they celebrate with crazy dress days and a Pep-Rally.
A record number of students in grades 1-5 completed their summer reading!
Certified through Therapy Dogs International, Gus is here to stay.
First day of the 2016-17 school year draws anxious students, enthusiastic teachers and pumped-up parents!
Class of 2016 had a memorable day of graduation and saying goodbye to classmates and CHSAT!
CSAT wants its students to continue their literacy journey through the summer -- check out the list for its summer reading program.
A grant was awarded to the startup of CMSAT's nurse's office.
The greenhouse is growing and becoming a staple in curriculum for K-5.
Superintendent Martinez is aiming to ease the minds of those that are questioning the NYS assessments, and encourages students to take the tests based on the value the data provides.
Senior Rachele Annello and Sydnie Moxley take honors at prominent art show.
Thanks to Lowe's, the Advanced Manufacturing Lab will advance even further.
CHSAT opens its Advanced Manufacturing and Welding Lab with hopes of providing new experiences for students.
Nineteen seniors participate in internship program; accumulate over 6,800 hours of on-the-job training.
The official opening of the Greenhouse proves there are a lot of greenthumbs at CSAT.