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Community Resources

Shenendehowa provides these resources for not-for-profit community groups for the following purposes:
  • For instruction in any branch of education, learning or the arts. 
  • For charitable organizations and municipalities within the geographical boundaries of the school district. 
To find out more about contact the Community Services Office at 518/881-0612.

COMMUNITY GROUPS

Shen Educational Foundation
This is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization to support the mission of the school district by raising and distributing funds for educational enrichment. www.shenedfoundation.org

Shenendehowa's Bountiful Backpack Program
The districtwide Bountiful BackPack Program is a partnership with the Regional Food Bank of NENY. That is designed to meet the needs of hungry children at times when other resources are not available, especially on weekends. More information.

Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library

Waterford Public Library

SAGE (Shenendehowa Advocates for Gifted Education)
For information about SAGE, upcoming meetings and links for parents go to their website at http://www.sage4students.org/ 

Y-Care
For information about the after-school program in our buildings provided by the Southern Saratoga YMCA, call 371-2139.

The Prevention Council 
A community resource center for information on youth alcohol and substance use, violence, bullying, and problem gambling. www.preventioncouncil.org 
 
The American Cancer Society 
For information about cancer, support programs, resources or free cancer screenings go to http://www.cancer.org/

Alzheimer's Hope
Like any other district there are a lot of Shen families impacted by Alzheimer's. 
www.AlzheimersHope.com is a free resource for kids. 

Child Abuse Prevention
Go to www.saratogacff.org for tips on child abuse prevention

Fight to be Healed Foundation
www.fighttobehealed.org assists pediatric blood cancer patients in memory of Nick Cammarata, a Shen student who passed away in 2008 from Leukemia

Department of Health Information
Information on about seasonal flu and other health information http://www.health.ny.gov/

Hudson Valley Community College
HVCC offers several college-level courses at Shen High School in the evenings. For more information see, Shen's community education Web page or go to www.hvcc.edu

Offender Watch
Citizens can access the OffenderWatch® registry.

Clifton Park Triathlon Club
CPTC is a USAT sanctioned triathlon club serving youth athletes from ages 9-15.  The team is run by a Level 1 and Youth/Jr. USAT Certified coach with training specifically developed for youth athletes.  Season runs from June - Aug., with many races on the schedule. 
Contact: Scott Goodwill 518/396-8234 
Email: sgoodwill@nycap.rr.com.  


Skribblers Magazine
Students 12 and under can submit writing and artwork for possible publication. www.skribblersmagazine.com

Sculpins Synchronized Swimming
For more information about the not-for-profit Sculpins Synchronized Swimming visit the website: http://www.sculpins.org/  or call 518-573-9840. 

Shenendehowa Pee Wee Wrestling
Contact Rob Weeks weekrobe@shenet.org  for information about the Shen Pee Wee Wrestling program for students in gr. 1-6.

Saturday Scholars 
Saturday Scholars is an enrichment program sponsored by S.A.G.E. Classes are held on Saturdays during March.  For further information go to : http://www.sage4students.org/saturday-scholars

Twin Rivers Council, Boy Scouts of America
To locate a Cub Scout Pack near you please visit, http://www.trcscouting.org/

Hi-5 Sports
Contact: Jodi Eaves jeaves@hi5sports.org
610/730-1833 call or text

Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York, Shenendehowa Service Unit
To find out information about Girl Scouts, please visit www.gsneny.org

Drama Kids International
The Drama Kids program is especially designed to build strong speaking and acting skills through the fun and creativity of drama. Classes held weekly in Clifton Park. www.dramakids.com/ny5

Clifton Park Rec Basketball League
Boys of Clifton Park have been enjoying this program for over 20 years, with 650-700 boys playing each year, from early November through late March. The program is for boys of all abilities, and there are no tryouts for the Rec program, as all registrants are assigned to a team. We also offer a competitive travel program for grades 9-12. The program is open to all boys in Grades 2-12 who reside in the Shenendehowa school district, whether or not they attend Shen, but boys who play on Grades 8 and under travel teams are ineligible. 
Contact: 
Barry McCabe bmccabe@nycap.rr.com 877-5248

Halfmoon Girls Softball
A girls softball organization providing girls ages 6-17 the chance to learn the proper fundamentals in order to compete with a winning attitude while always exemplifying good sportsmanship.  We don’t just teach the game of softball.  www.halfmoonsoftball.com
President/Co-Founder: Anthony DePasquale          Email: halfmoongirlssoftball@gmail.com                Phone: 518-810-9160

Plainsmen Jr. Cheerleading League Instructional Program  http://www.jpcheerleading.com/

Coach Alexandra Wise-Brogna

jpcheerleading@yahoo.com 518-727-7266

Clifton Park Baseball League (CPBL)
CPBL is a community based organization whose mission is to create a fun, supportive and instructional atmosphere for all of our kids to become better baseball players and better individuals.  We strive to make sure that we provide the best possible experience, whether the player is competing at the recreational, travel or all-star level.   http://www.cliftonparkbaseballleague.com/

Miss Shen Fastpitch Softball

Founded in 1973, it is the mission of Miss Shen Softball to provide a welcome, enjoyable and rewarding opportunity for girls to participate in the sport of softball. Miss Shen Softball offers spring recreational softball, summer travel softball, fall travel and instructional softball, as well as clinics, tournaments and other softball-related events.

www.missshen.org

CP Track Club

Youth Track Club

https://sites.google.com/site/cliftonparktrackclub/home

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