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The Whitney Point budget vote passed 197-137 and the bus proposition passed 220-114. Eddie Maslin has been elected as a new Board trustee for a three-year term.  
June 23 will be the last day of school for UPK through grade 8. (1/2 day for students)

The last day of school for high school students is June 15. (Testing continues through June 23)
Student athlete signs with TC3
The Whitney Point School District is proud to announce senior Jessica Cafferty has signed her NJCAA National Letter of Intent and will join the Tompkins Cortland Community College basketball team in the fall. She is a two-time I.A.C. All-Star, including her senior year when led the Eagles to the I.A.C. Large School Championship. 
Senior awarded for service to community
Senior Cole Poyer was the recipient of an award on April 30 honoring the area's best and brightest students. The Student Community Service Awards, held at Broome-Tioga BOCES, honored 30 high school seniors from Broome, Tioga and Chenango counties who have excelled at bettering the community. Cole was noted for his volunteer work with the library, Stable Movements and the Adopt a Highway program.

Cole's words of wisdom? "There is always a need for volunteers. Even a little volunteering can have large effects."

Each year, the Student Community Service Awards offers graduating students $1,000 scholarships to pursue their college goals and is sponsored by Senator Tom Libous, Broome-Tioga BOCES and WBNG-TV.
Promise Zone holds Alumni Day event
The Promise Zone held a successful Alumni Day on Saturday, April 18. Binghamton University collaborated with the Whitney Point Preschool and other community members in support of wellness and beautification of Whitney Point.  
CEA celebrates children
The Caryl E. Adams School hosted the 9th Annual Celebration of Young Children on April 25. The event was co-sponsored by the Whitney Point Preschool/Day Care and WP Head Start. 

WP Field Hockey honored at ceremony
The Whitney Point Girls NYSPHSAA state champion field hockey team was honored at a ceremony April 28 at WP High School in front of friends, family and staff. The team was given commemorative jackets and presented with championship rings, purchased by the Field Hockey Eagles Nest Booster Club.

Four seniors from the championship-winning team have committed to play field hockey at the collegiate level next fall - Rachell Burchell (University of Massachusetts-Amherst), Courtney Dunham (Univeristy of Rocherster), Brianna Sturdevant (SUNY Oswego) and Taylor Clink (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute).

The team won the Class C field hockey title 1-0 against Carle Place in November 2014.
Superintendent's Message about 3-8 testing
State Assessments have begun for our students in grades 3-8. Certainly, there are a broad range of views regarding the pros and cons associated with standardized student assessments, especially for students in elementary school. Read the full letter 
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