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The 2016 Holiday Help Program is now open. 
District News
Community support for Whitney Point family
Our thoughts are with the Chandler family as they recover from the tragic loss of their home in Whitney Point. For information regarding contributions and assistance please contact the Lisle Fire Company. See the fire company's Facebook page for more information. There is also a gofundme account set up for the family. 
Full-day pre-K available
The Whitney Point Central School District recently received a grant from the state education department that will allow us to provide full-day pre-K services to young children who will be THREE years of age before December 1, 2016. If you are interested in a full-day pre-K program for three year olds this year, please contact the district office at 692-8330. The new program will begin in February. 
Free four-part Conscious Discipline workshop for parents
 Join us for a free four-part Conscious Discipline workshop for parents hosted by the Children & Youth Services Council, sponsored by Whitney Point Central School District & the Whitney Point Promise Zone. See flyer for more details.

News coverage of the girls varsity field hockey win
See news coverage from the girls varsity field hockey win: PressConnects, WICZ, another from PressConnects, and 
Whitney Point alumnus featured in Onondaga Community College article
2016 Whitney Point graduate Austin Sculley is currently enrolled in the Fire Protection Technology program at Onondaga Community College and was featured in an article on the college's website. Read the article here 
Lady Eagles win third consecutive state field hockey championship
What an accomplishment: Three state titles in a row.
Congratulations to the varsity girls for bringing home that State Champion Gold Medal ... AGAIN!  
Veterans Day Celebration at CEA
Mrs. Barrett-Fraser, Mrs. Heinle and the CEA Faculty held a Veterans Day Morning Program on Monday, November 7. The students were taught and performed the songs "Thank You Veterans" and "God Bless the USA" for approximately 20 Veterans that were in attendance. The Veterans introduced themselves and told if they had relatives, grandchildren or children at the CEA. 
District Vision

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

Superintendent's Message

 Dear Whitney Point community,

The first quarter of the school year has flown by and we are once again settling in for winter. I hope you are finding our SchoolMessenger calls and texts helpful in keeping up with weather and other school-related emergencies. It is important to let us know when you have a change in your contact information. For questions about SchoolMessenger, please call 692-8330. (continue here)
10 Keibel Rd. Whitney Point, NY 13862  |  P 607.692.8202  |  F 607.692.4434
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