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Homecoming Weekend 2018
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Homecoming Weekend 2018
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Homecoming Weekend 2018
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Homecoming Weekend 2018
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headshot of woman WPHS grad appointed to research post
We are so proud of Whitney Point High School graduate Corrinna Ross, Ph.D., who was recently appointed to a research position at the Texas Biomedical Research Institute's Southwest National Primate Research Center. Read all about Dr. Ross and her internationally recognized expertise in the management and use of the marmoset monkey. 
football players on field Homecoming Weekend 2018
The athletic department would like to thank everyone for an amazing 2018 Homecoming Weekend. We greatly appreciate everyone attending at a neutral site. We would not have been able to celebrate without the great school spirit of the athletes, cheerleaders, band, color guard, homecoming court, coaches, band directors, student body, parents/guardians, alumni, community members, groundskeepers & custodians, bus drivers, event staff, resource officer, UHS physician and trainer, teachers, staff, administrators and Eagles Nest Boosters. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to Chenango Valley School District for allowing Whitney Point to use their facilities.  Go Eagles! 
teen girl posing in gym with her doctor Volleyball player invites surgeon to game
Senior Danielle "Dani" Hartford owes her volleyball career to her orthopedic surgeon Dr. Micah Lissy of UHS Sports Medicine.  So it was only fitting that she invited him to attend her Senior Night game Oct. 10, which he happily did.  Dani injured her the meniscus cartilage while playing sports as a seventh-grader, had her meniscus removed and then reinjured her knee. A UHS athletic trainer suggested she see Dr. Lissy, who performed a breakthrough type of surgery - meniscal transplant - on Dani earlier this year. In nine short months, she's as good as new and back on the volleyball court! See Spectrum News coverage.
two men talking Career Fair helped community explore options
"Your Future Pathway to Success," a career fair held Oct. 10 at WPHS, gave attendees a great opportunity to explore career options, training, and employment opportunities. Featuring information booths from a wide variety of career areas such as healthcare, manufacturing and business, the event was well attended by students, families and community members. Click headline for photo gallery. 
boy and girl teens holding marching band trophy WP Marching Band wins big in Columbus Day Parade!
Congratulations to the Whitney Point High School Band and Color Guard for their exceptional performance in the Columbus Day Tournament of Bands in downtown Binghamton. They finished with three first-place trophies: 1st Place - Marching Band, Class B; 1st Place - Color Guard, Class B and 1st Place - Drum Majors, Class B. The group is coordinated by Mrs. Williamson and Ms. Davies, and was led by drum majors Abbey Somers and Josh Timmins, and Color Guard captain Sylvia Rosa. Special thanks to Kris Gilbert for helping the Color Guard with some new moves!    
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A Message from Superintendent Patricia Follette:

I hope you are all able to enjoy the last days of summer, as the yellow school buses will soon be rolling out to bring students to school. Please note that this year, all students, Pre-k through grade 12, will start on Thursday, September 6. (continued) 

Tue Oct 23 2018
Wed Oct 24 2018
Fall Festival
Sat Oct 27 2018
HS Band Concert with SV
Tue Oct 30 2018

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