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  • This year, we have some changes to our parking loop and drop off zone! Watch the video below to learn more, and thank you for keeping our students safe!

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    District News

    Message from the Superintendent

    It is a welcome change to have students and staff filling the hallways and classrooms once again! We are especially excited to see the many new faces joining us as staff and students.  The amount of academic learning that takes place during the opening week is always limited, as staff rightfully focus on routines, behaviors, and trying to get to know all of the new learners.  In the coming weeks, the balance shifts as we work to grow curiosity, explore content and both broaden and deepen relationships. We look forward to partnering with parents, family, and community during the year ahead, as we work to best support our learners. Please reach out to let us know how we are doing, and have a great year!

    Welcoming Party

    Staff, administrators and Board of Education members enthusiastically welcomed back our students as buses arrived on the first day of school!


    District Calendar

    This year, we have produced a beautiful 12 month wall calendar which includes important information and dates. Calendars will be mailed home to parents next week.


    Staff 1k Race

    Our staff kicked off the new year with a "grueling 1k race.” We had a great time and many laughs as we started off on the right foot and showed our #BulldogPride

    Elementary Updates

    Ready to Read!

    Mrs. Mill's class is so excited to start reading for the year!  

    Positivity Project

    Heuvelton is proud to participate in the Positivity Project this year! Relationships are the cornerstone of health, happiness, and resilience. The Positivity Project equips schools with the training, strategy, and resources to inspire students to build positive relationships. Learn more here: https://posproject.org/


    Instilling a Love of Reading 

    Based on recommendations in the book No More Reading for Junk: Best Practices for Motivating Readers, this year we are rethinking our reading incentive programs, which means we will implement strategies in place of the DREAMS program. Our goal is to instill a love of reading, rather than reading for things. Below is a link for more information: https://www.heinemann.com/products/e06157.aspx



    Secondary Scoop

    Positivity Project Traits

    The 6th grade students took character trait surveys to see what their top character strength was.  This is to go along with the Positivity Project.  Attached are pictures of the students with their top strength.


    Last First Day

    Seniors had a great Last First Day of School this week! We are so proud of each of these students and know they will accomplish wonderful things this year!

    7th and 8th Grade Team Building

    7th and 8th graders worked team building skills as they learned about expectations and the procedures students will see in each of their classrooms this school year.
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