A Message from Principal Cyganovich...
We welcome you to Cheektowaga Central High School, home of the "Warriors" and maroon & gold pride!
We are excited about the opportunity for our learning community to reconnect face-to-face and to continue building on all that is great at Cheektowaga Central. Excellence is our expectation and we continually look for ways to provide opportunities for all to be successful in an inviting school environment. The CCHS is committed to doing its best to help students grow and reach their potential academically, athletically, socially and emotionally. It is the expectation of our school community that we treat each other with dignity, equity, fairness, and respect. With the ongoing support and involvement of our parents and communities, we embrace the many opportunities to learn, teach and appreciate the unique gifts that we can offer to one another.
Let's have an amazing school year!
Cheektowaga Central High School
3600 Union Road, Cheektowaga, NY 14225
"Where CHARACTER, CURRICULUM, and COMMUNITY Connect!"Karin Cyganovich, PrincipalMichael Fatta, Assistant PrincipalMicah Hanford, Assistant PrincipalBrian Hickson, Dean of Students / Athletic Director
At this time, all school buildings are closed to visitors.
7:22 a.m. First Period/Class1:47 p.m. Student Dismissal (M, T, Th, F), 12:45 p.m. Student Dismissal (W*)*All schools dismiss 1 hour early on Wednesdays so that Professional Learning may occur with the K-12 staff.
COVID-19 Surveillance Testing Program
Our district will be participating in the Erie County Department of Health’s (ECDOH) Proximal and Surveillance Testing Program. Surveillance testing is not new to our district but the addition of testing, test collection and the addition of proximal testing - is new.
- Voluntary Surveillance Testing is part of a layered “mitigation strategy” designed to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. This testing program will test approximately 10% of those for whom consent has been received weekly. Participation in this program is strongly encouraged and completely voluntary. It involves a self-collected oral swab which is done just inside of the person's cheek. This will be done with a healthcare professional, provided to the district by the Erie County Department of Health.
- Proximal Testing is also voluntary and is for those who are in the same airspace as an infected individual but is for those who are not considered to be a close contact. This type of contact is considered “proximal”. Proximal contacts are not subject to quarantine, unless they are symptomatic.
Fully vaccinated individuals can participate in both types of testing and we urge you to consider having your child or children participate in these programs. We are urging your participation in this voluntary program in an effort to continue in-person learning experiences, while ensuring the safety of students, faculty and staff by reducing the risks of COVID-19 disease transmission in the school setting.
Read more about the Cheektowaga Central School District COVID-19 Surveillance Testing Program.