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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)
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students sitting in a circle doing an activity about seeds 2nd graders learn about tree seed growth
Mrs. Priscott's second-grade students learned about tree seed growth during a recent science lesson. The students did an activity that demonstrated how seeds travel to get out of the "zone of darkness" where the seeds won't grow.     
picture of a children's book iMovie by 4th graders featured on author's site
Mrs. Stanley's fourth-grade class created an amazing bulletin board featuring children's book author/poet Amy Ludwig VanDerwater's book, "Every Day Birds," to welcome her when she visited recently. The board is made entirely of recycled materials! The students then created an iMovie of their project, which VanDerwater featured on her blog and book webpage. See the iMovie.  Every Day Birds book webpage. 
The WP Eagle has landed!
Eagle-eye and WP School Resource Officer Steve Noyes caught this great photo of an eagle sitting on the roof of Tioghnioga Riverside Academy this morning!
students gathered around race car Race team gives 4th-graders the inside track
Students in our 4th grade classes had some educational fun with a recent visit from the Blue Line Race Team. The classes had learned about "Matter, Motion and Machines," and students were able to apply new understandings to race cars and the sport of racing. They talked about the science of speed, forces, friction and energy, and looked at the cars to find examples of simple machines they have learned about. Fourth-graders Jacob Holocek, John McCall, Hunter Phillips and sixth-grader Zach McCall are members of this race team.  
graphic of a French horn High School Spring Concert
If you missed this year's WPHS Spring Concert, you're in luck!  Our very talented student musicians were captured on video for your enjoyment. Many thanks to John Mihalko for taping this event.  Watch here. 
students gathered on riverbank to look at water sample Third-graders study Tioghnioga River
CEA third-graders recently took a trip to the river flats behind TRA to study the Tioghnioga River as part of their study of water. Students collected and analyzed water samples, and the data they gathered will be sent to the New York Geographic Alliance to be analyzed. The students had a great time and learned a lot about one of our local rivers.  And according to their data, the river is healthy! Many thanks to the parent volunteers who ran the stations and helped make the day a success! 
students holding certificates Students receive B.U.S. Bucks awards
Whitney Point students participating in the B.U.S. Bucks program through the Promise Zone were awarded a certificate and gift cards for completing the program.  The B.U.S. Bucks is an initiative that helps students improve their behavior, attendance and academic performance by helping them to identify goals and the incentive that will encourage them to achieve the goals.  The program was recently featured on Spectrum News.  Watch here. 
graphic of graduates tossing caps Stay safe during celebration season
Prom and graduation season is a joyful time of year when teens are celebrating. Unfortunately, it's also a prime time for more underage drinking. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 20% of all accidents involving teens are alcohol-related, and about a third of those crashes happen during April, May and June. Learn about ways to talk to your teen about this important topic. 
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