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With the rise of flu and other viral illnesses being reported throughout the region, our school nurses offer some recommendations on how to stay healthy this season. Click here to read their message. 
young children doing yoga in school Flexible first-graders learn yoga
First grade students in Miss Lawrence's class got in some extra movement and warmed up after a chilly arrival to school last week. The students practiced some yoga poses they have been learning in school. 
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Our second-graders enjoyed a special visit from Ag in the Classroom educator Sarah Atwood, who taught the children about animals that live in the Artic, what they eat and how they stay warm. The students experimented with "blubber" and learned how it keeps animals warm, and they taste-tested mushrooms and made wild animal food. Ag in the Classroom is a program brought to the schools by Cornell Cooperative Extension, Broome-Tioga BOCES and Senator Fred Akshar. Click headline for photos.  
teens sledding down hill Physics students apply concepts in the snow
Sledding is a great application of many physics concepts, and students taking the SUNY Broome Physics course at WPHS went sledding as part of their class lesson this week. They measured the length of the hill, then took time measurements of students sledding down the hill.  The students got hands-on experience measuring physics quantities. They also learned what a certain amount of kinetic energy joules really feel like during a motion like sledding. In their next lab class, they will use the measured data to calculate different physics quantities such as gravitational potential energy, kinetic energy, acceleration and coefficient of friction. 
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A Message from Superintendent Patricia Follette:

Winter has once again snuck up on us and the holiday season is here!  I hope you have been able to join us for some of the fantastic events held in each of our schools.  If you have a moment, I encourage you to visit the Whitney Point news posted on our home page and on our Facebook page (continued) 


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