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Mandated Emergency Drill Changes Effective for the 2016-2017 School Year
In accordance with the NYS Education Law, all school districts are now required to hold twelve emergency drills per year, four of which must be lockdown drills, and the remaining eight are required to be evacuation drills. Eight of the required twelve drills need to be completed by December 31. 
Whitney Point School District Tax Collection for 2016
The WPCSD is no longer collecting school tax payments at the district. Broome County will now be collecting and processing ALL school tax payments. A benefit of having the county collect the school tax payments is that they have the capability to receive payments via credit card in addition to online bill-pay. Read more 
Fun activity helps new students adjust to school
Whitney Point Central School District counselor, Katie Brown, with the support of Emma Irwin and Karen Crandell arranged a Welcome New Students snack and activity on September 22. All students in grades 1-3 who are new to the district were invited to share a snack, color an eagle that included their name on it and receive a goody bag. The fun event allowed each to see they are not the only new student in the district, make a new friend, allow counselors to get to know them and help them adjust to their new school. 
Backpack program benefits more than 189 students
We would like to thank the Whitney Point Friendship Tree for generously working with the community to fundraise and implement the backpack program that benefited more than 189 students in our district. 
"Doc" Driscoll honored at Homecoming game
Dr. Dan "Doc" Driscoll was honored during half-time of Whitney Point's Homecoming varsity football on September 23.

Driscoll was recognized for his years of service to the district and the Whitney Point community.
TRA and HS students receive a special surprise on first day of school
The move to 6th grade and 9th grade can be a very difficult year due to the many changes students face. This year at Tioughnioga Riverside Academy and the high school, the 6th-graders and incoming freshmen received a special surprise. The younger students were given a unique inspiration quote compliments of 5th-grade teacher Ms. Babcock, while the older students received notes of encouragement courtesy of the Honor Society. 
WP student raising awareness about tobacco
Most kids learn about the dangers of tobacco at a young age. Kaylie Lynch, a rising Whitney Point 7th-grader, decided to take her knowledge one step further. Full article 
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Superintendent's Message

Dear Whitney Point Community,

Once again, we are looking forward to the start of school. It seems like the summers go by faster and faster each year! I hope you and your family were able to take advantage of the long days and warm weather. (continue here)
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