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Students present Penny Wars donation to Whitney Point fire station restoration fund.
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A team of students competed in a robotics competion at SUNY Broome.
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Parent engagement: taking an active role in children's education.
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Senior Evan Maslin was named an "Akshar" All-Star by NYS Senator Fred Akshar.
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Chef Cosimo Summa taught knife skills & safety to 8th graders at TRA.
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3rd graders learned about water around the world.
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Front, l-r: Alyssa Ellerson (#6-tie), Alexis Henderson (#4), Amei Standish-Warpus (#2), Morgan Richards (#10), Noah Hust (#8)
Back, l-r: Sara Dewey (#9), Emily Salvemini (#6-tie), Linsey Howell (#5), Kelly Perry (#1), Evan Maslin (#3) 
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student talks to woman at table Career Fair helps students explore options
A Career Fair held May 22 gave our High School students the opportunity to meet with representatives from many local businesses, schools and industries participating in the event.  With everything from Lockheed Martin, United Health Services, the U.S. Military and the Department of Environmental Conservation, the Career Fair had something for every interest area. 
student sitting at table with his family Dawson Driscoll signs Letter of Intent
WPHS senior Dawson Driscoll signed a letter of intent indicating his plan to play for the brand-new men's lacrosse team at St. Bonaventure University. With his family, coaches and teammates looking on, Dawson made his plans official during a press conference May 22 at the school. As a midfielder on the Golden Eagles lacrosse team, he has scored 51 goals so far this season.  Congratulations Dawson!
 
students with trophies HS Bands win big in New England competition
Wow! Our High School Concert Band and Jazz Band participated in the Music in the Parks competition at Six Flags New England in Massachusetts, and each band earned 1st place in their respective categories!  The bands earned the highest scores regardless of class/school size.  Ethan Baker also won an individual award for Outstanding Soloist in Jazz Band.  The students were able to enjoy a full day of sightseeing in Boston the day after the event.
Congratulations to all! 
 
two women posing in front of student projects on the wall TRA hosts children's book author & poet
Amy Ludwig VanDerwater, a children's book author and poet, visited TRA on May 18.  Throughout the morning, she presented 45-minute sessions to students in grades 4-6, sharing techniques to help students find and develop the poetry of their lives.  In the afternoon, she presented a writing workshop for students in grades 7-8, teaching them how to grow ideas into writing through the use of a writer's notebook.  
children and parents working at school table CEA families enjoy Math & Munchies event
CEA Primary School held a school-wide parent engagement event on May 11.  Parents were invited to enjoy a trail mix snack with their child in the cafeteria, and then a round of fun math games back in the classroom.  Game materials were given to families to help promote math fun and learning at home.
 
graphic of girl singing Cabaret Concert showcases talent
Our High School students delighted the audience at the musical Cabaret event performed at the school May 15.  If you missed the Cabaret, use this link for a video of the performance:  Cabaret video. 
graphic drawing of children singing TRA Spring Chorus Concert
Congratulations to the students who participated in the Tioughnioga Riverside Academy's Spring Chorus Concert. It was an outstanding performance! For links to videos of the event, please click here 
students eating lunch in cafeteria NY Thursday brings local food to cafeteria
Our students enjoyed a "NY Thursday" lunch in the cafeteria last week that featured local beef donated by Water Wheel Farm.  The NY Thursday program brings locally grown food to area school cafeterias through the BOCES Rock On Cafe food service department in conjunction with the Food and Health Network of South Central New York. 
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A Message from Superintendent Patricia Follette:
School safety is on the minds of many people today and I would like to assure you that in the Whitney Point Central School District, the safety of our students, faculty, staff and visitors is a priority each day.(continued)

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