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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 
WP Schools to conduct Drug Awareness Forum
The Whitney Point School District will conduct a Drug Awareness and Community Wellness Forum from 7-9 p.m., Wednesday, April 22 at the WP High School. Speakers and representatives from the following organizations will be on hand to share information about protecting our youth from drugs and addiction: Lourdes Youth Services, Broome County Sheriff's Department, Broome County District Attorney's Office, UHS New Horizons, New York State Police, and the  the Broome County Coroner. 

The event will include presentations, opportunities for questions, and community  groups will be available with information about positive resources.  

For planning purposes, please call 692-8269 or go to the following link by Friday, April 17 if you plan on attending.

Refreshments, information about community resources, and child care will be provided.

The event is presented through a partnership with Lourdes Youth Services, Broome County Promise Zone, The Greater WP Community Planning Committee Corporation, WP Parent Teacher Association, Opportunities for Broome, WP Preschool and Daycare, WP Youth Club, WPCSD, WP-Together We Can and WP Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD).
WP residents pass library vote
Residents who live in the Whitney Point Central School District were asked to vote on a proposal April 7 to establish an annual levy of $140,000 to support the Mary L. Wilcox Memorial Library in Whitney Point and the Lisle Free Library.

The vote passed 261-252.
BU Promise Zone and WP Preschool to hold Alumni Day
The Binghamton University Promise Zone and Whitney Point Preschool & Daycare will conduct a 'BU Alumni Day' from 9-12 p.m. April 18 at the Whitney Point Preschool located at 2496 W. Main Street.

Families are invited to enjoy a day of giving, learning, growing and sharing. Attendees do not have to be Binghamton University alumni or affiliated with Whitney Point Preschool. (More Info.)
CEA holds annual Family Fun Carnival
The Caryl E. Adams School held its annual Family Fun Carnival on Saturday, March 14. Money raised from the event will be used to fund CEA programs. 
CEA conducts Family Math Night event
Caryl E. Adams teacher Pam Brodsky, along with CEA Principal Jo-Anne Knapp, Chris Widdal, Christine Uliassi, Orvil White from SUNY Cortland, and students Acadia Head, Riley Head, Matthew Jordan and Alex Delanoy coordinated the CEA Family Math Night on March 22. 
WP team competes in High School Challenge
Twelve Whitney Point High School students competed in the High School Challenge competition on March 3 at Tompkins Cortland Community College. The students tested their brain power in a quiz show-style competition against students from other area districts. The Whitney Point team consisted of students Matt Gehm, Maria Dewey, Emily Fiorenza, Rebecca Snyder, Will Tabachnick, Tori Studer, Taras Logvis, Bobby Stevens, Kailey Tasber, Holden LaPadula, Sam Goss and Marissa Taylor.  
CEA celebrates Dr. Seuss' birthday
Whitney Point teacher, Pamela Brodsky, coordinated another successful Read Across America Day on March 2 at the Caryl E. Adams School. She organized volunteer staff and community members to read favorite Dr. Seuss books to classrooms throughout the building. 

Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program created by the National Education Association that calls for every child in every community nationwide to celebrate reading on March 2, the birthday of children's author Dr. Seuss.
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