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Education leaders visit Community Schools program image Education leaders visit Community Schools program
17 educational leaders from across the U.S. made a special visit to Whitney Point schools Nov. 9 to observe the Promise Zone community schools model in action.  The contingent, including New York State Commissioner MaryEllen Elia, had the opportunity to meet with students who are benefiting from the Promise Zone program.  See photo gallery. 
Christmas wreath Holiday Assistance Available
Several community agencies and organizations are offering holiday assistance to Broome County residents in need during this holiday season.  See information on Children's Gift Programs and Holiday Dinners in the Community. 
Student receiving award WPHS student receives award
Whitney Point High School student Haylee Smith recently received the Future Physicians and Medical Scientist Award of Excellence. Congratulations, Haylee! 
Juniors attend College Day at Arena image Juniors attend College Day at Arena
Students from our junior class attended College Day at the Floyd L, Maines Veterans Memorial Arena on Oct. 18.  Representatives from colleges across the U.S. were there to answer questions from prospective students.  College Day has been a Binghamton tradition for 45 years. Students attend with their classmates during the day and can with their parents in the evening. 
Family Portrait Fundraiser
Register your family now for this great deal on a professional family portrait session. Photos will be taken on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017. A portion of your $10 sitting fee and additional sales will go directly to the school, and every family participating will receive a free 8x10 photo from your session.  See flyer for details.  Use this form to register.   
Communities unite for spooktacular Halloween Concert image Communities unite for spooktacular Halloween Concert
Whitney Point and Susquehanna Valley High School bands came together on October 25 for a joint concert for the community. See the article on WBNG here. 
Join us for STEAMfest  image Join us for STEAMfest
STEAMfest brings youth-serving organizations, businesses and makers together to highlight STEM/STEAM career pathways for youth and innovation throughout our region. Join us for STEAMfest on Saturday, October 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Oakdale Mall, Johnson City. Click here for more information. 
Important Information Regarding Influenza
Parents/guardians are encouraged to review "The Flu: A Guide for Parents," a publication recently issued by the New York State Department of Health.  By staying informed and following the DOH advice, we can all work together to keep our students healthy during the upcoming flu season. 
District Vision

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

Superintendent's Message

Dear Parents, Guardians, and Students:
The question of the day is,"Will the High School and CEA be ready to open by the time school starts?"  The answer is "YES, we will be ready to open schoool, but the project will continue throughout the year."  Sidewalks and canopies will be finished later in the fall, updates to rooms in the back wing of the High School will start midyear and the two new UPK rooms will be ready in the spring.  The decision to work second shift to finish the project during the school year became part of the plan based on the approval date we received from the State Education Department.  We are very fortunate that the contractors on the project have been working diligently and collaboratively to get us in good shape for the opening of school.  Please take a look at the campus map to note new traffic patterns including designated student drop-off/pick-up loops for both schools.
Times change and we are always looking to improve opportunities for students and keep our network infrastructure up-to-date.  This year we added the following:
  • Pre-K full-day classes for three-year-olds
  • Switching our student management system from PowerSchool to School Tool.  Parents and guardians should have received a letter in the mail asking for any updates.
  • Launching a new program, MLScheduler, an online program for requesting the use of school facilities.  Use this link for instructions on creating an account and helpful videos to assist you in requesting the use of a building or field.  If you need assistance with MLScheduler, please call 692-8245.

As I celebrate the start of my 10th year at Whitney Point CSD and my sixth year as Superintendent, I want to thank the WP Board of Education and the community for your continued support for our schools and programs.

We look forward to welcoming all of our students!
Patricia Follette, Superintendent
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