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  • Halloween Guidance


    To make sure everyone has a healthy and safe Halloween, here is the state guidance for Halloween celebrations: State Guidelines

    Also, this is the guidelines for Halloween in the village of Heuvelton: Village Guidelines

    School Picture Retakes

    October 21st is the day for picture retakes or to have your picture taken if you were not able to have it taken in September. We make every effort to photograph all students. If you are a remote learner and Mrs. Fischer has not contacted you please contact her to schedule your photo.

    Fight Flu & COVID-19 at Home and School

    Please follow this link to view the flyer from the St. Lawrence County Public Health Department: Information Flyer


    Halloween Update 

    Unfortunately, due to COVID restrictions, there will be NO Halloween Parade this year. Students are invited to dress up and participate in a classroom party on Thursday, October 29. Photos will be shared throughout the day for families to view.

    March of the Bulldogs

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    Please email pictures of bulldogs that were decorated last year to Mrs. Putney, she will be making a digital show for everyone to view. 
    ** Please submit your bulldog by October 23. 

    Yearbooks are now on sale!




    Daily Health Screening Reminder

    Heuvelton Central School reminds families that daily health screenings for each child attending school is required to be completed at home.  

    Students must stay home if they have a temperature of 100° or higher, OR if they exhibit symptoms potentially related to COVID-19.  More information is available in our Return to School Guide at https://sites.google.com/heuvelton.k12.ny.us/hvcsreopening/return-to-school-guide.  Please reach out to our school nurse if your child has symptoms or if you have questions. Thank you for your efforts in promoting good school community health!

    Title I Parent Meeting 

    Each year the Academic Intervention Services (AIS) Team hosts a Title I Parent Meeting during Orientation.  Since Orientation was virtual this year, we are providing AIS information virtually as well.

    In general, AIS looks a little different this year.  At Grades 1-3 we have smaller class sizes as an accommodation.  At Grades 4-6 we have a Teaching Assistant supporting each grade level.  At these grade levels the classroom teacher is the AIS Provider, servicing students in small groups with differentiated instruction based on student goals.  At the 7-12 level AIS continues to be the push-in and pull-out model to support individual student needs.

    HCS Title I Parent Information
    ESSA Fact Sheet for Parents
    Parent Brochure Next Generation Learning Standards
    Parents Guide To Higher Learning Standards
    What Parents Can Do Handout

    Once you have reviewed the Title I information, please CLICK HERE to confirm by 9pm October 2, 2020. This is an essential step in securing annual Title I grant funding for Heuvelton Central School.  Thank you for your support!

    Athletics Update

    Fall Sports - Modified and Varsity Soccer 
    Varsity Soccer Practices for both girls and boys will start on Monday 9/21 at 3 pm. 
    Modified Soccer  Practices for both girls and boys will begin on Monday 9/28 with Boys modified starting practice at 3 pm and Girls modified starting at 4 pm. 

    Please make note of the following items needed/requirements to follow:

    1. Athletes must wear face coverings for practices and games.
    2. All Athletes must have their own water bottle labeled with their name on it, this is required for practices and games. 
    3. No sharing of water bottles, practice clothing, or personal items. 
    4. It is recommended each athlete has a bag for athletic wear and soccer gear.
    5. Athletes will not be allowed back into school and into locker rooms at the end of practices. All Athletes must bring all of their belongings to practices at the end of the school day. Note: cleaning and disinfecting is taking place at the end of the school day, and laundered practice/game clothing and gear is recommended after each use. 
    6. Families are responsible for transporting athletes who are virtual/remote learners. 

    The Athletic Department and the coaching staff is looking forward to getting back on the field for a fun and safe soccer season. 


    We have a few reminders to share and some updates about hotspots, remote learner packets, and transportation. Please follow this link to view them: https://docs.google.com/.../1_Yr5CBI.../edit...


      Childcare for First Responders and Healthcare Workers

    During the COVID-19 pandemic there is a need to ensure that first responder and healthcare worker availability is optimized in order to bolster public health capacity.  As of March 20, within the Heuvelton Central School District, childcare capacity exists at Alysha’s Klubhouse (contact Alysha Geddes at 315-528-7210).  Additional childcare availability and assistance are available through the St. Lawrence Childcare Council (https://stlawrencechildcare.org/, 315-393-6474).


     Below are some Area Food Resources:

    Area Food Services Area food service map



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