District News
Save the Date: Homecoming and Spirit Week
Sponsored by the Eagles Nest Boosters. Admission for night games is $1 for students and $2 for adults. 
High School teacher awarded by TC3
High School science teacher Walter Peck was recently awarded by Tompkins Cortland Community College as a 'Distinguished Concurrent Enrollment Teacher - General Biology I and II.' 
District receives competitive UPK grant
The Whitney Point Central School District has received a competitive UPK grant in the amount of $467,815, allowing the district to expand its current half-day programs held at the Caryl E. Adams School and Whitney Point Day Care, to full-day UPK programs. The grant also provides an additional full-day program with the district's new partners at Opportunities for Broome in the Whitney Point Head Start Center. A total of 77 students will be served.  
September newsletter
The September edition of 'The Eagles View' can be viewed HERE. The newsletter highlights our valedictorian and salutatorian, new teachers, helpful busing information, the food program, and news about our upcoming capital project.  
Student News
Top students honored at recognition dinner
Whitney Point valedictorian Morgan Hill (left) and salutatorian Ashley Case (right) were recently awarded at a dinner honoring the area's top students. Congratulations Morgan and Ashley! 
WP senior honored at BOCES event
Whitney Point senior Lacey Gardner was recently honored at the Broome-Tioga BOCES School-to-Careers 17th Annual Partnership for Excellence Recognition Event held at the BOCES Leslie F. Distin Education Center. 
Students have fun at year-end prom
This year's Whitney Point prom took place at Tinelli's Hathaway House in Solon. Joe D'Amico and Rachael Burchell were selected as the Junior Prince and Princess and Greg Pendell and Hayley Hodges were crowned the Senior King and Queen. Click here to check out photos of the event and the after-prom party. 
WP students take part in daVinci Festival Art Show
Whitney Point teacher Will Manvell is the coordinator of the annual daVinci Festival Student Art show and helps organize and display student work from 15 area school districts at the Broome County Public Library in Binghamton. You can visit the library to see the artwork of Whitney Point students created under the direction of our four art teachers as well as many other exciting pieces from area schools. The display will continue until June 3. You can view some of the artwork here  
Senior is the recipient of the 2014 Senator Libous Community Service Award
Macella Dean is the Whitney Point recipient of the 2014 Senator Libous Community Service Award. The Student Community Service Awards were created by a partnership of Senator Libous and Broome-Tioga BOCES to honor high school seniors who give their time and effort to make the community better. Macella will also receive a $1,000 sholarship. For more information or to read about Macella, go to http://www.studentcommunityserviceaward.com/
District Vision

To be a community of excellence achieved through a commitment to HIGH performance, morale, & involvement

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