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  • Fishing Derby

    ICYMI: There will be an ice fishing derby on February 17th, 2018 from 7am-3pm at Wheat House Bay to benefit the 2018 Europe trip for 30 HCS students. The entry fee will be $20, and whoever has the largest pike or walleye will win 1/2 of the money collected from the entry fees! To register please contact Andy Streeter (315-323-4416). Please come out to support the 30 Heuvelton students traveling on this once-in-a-lifetime educational tour to Germany, Italy, and Switzerland!

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  • HCS Food Pantry OPEN

    The Heuvelton School Pantry will be open next Thursday, February 22nd, from 3:30-5:30 p.m., even though we will be on school break.

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  • NEW HCS Food Pantry

    We are pleased to announce the opening of the Heuvelton School Food Pantry. Food items are available at no cost to supplement home food supplies and to help ensure access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food within the community.

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  • Spring Sports Sign Ups--Now PAPERLESS

    We will begin our new athletic registration process of moving to paperless registration.

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  • Productive Staff Day for PreK- Grade 12

    The preK-grade 12 staff spent productive hours together on Friday afternoon following the 11:15 dismissal of students.  As a whole group we gathered to learn from specific staff members about how they are working with students using active reading strategies.

    Grade-level and content groups then split off to focus on academic vocabulary.  More specifically, they created a common understanding of academic vocabulary, developed a preK-grade 12 working list of academic vocabulary, and discussed ways in which they could increase student understanding of these important terms.  For reference, content vocabulary is roughly defined as those words specific and meaningful to a particular subject (i.e. poem, exponent, nucleus), while academic vocabulary transcend a given subject, frequently occur, and are critical to academic success (i.e. explore, evaluate, analyze).

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  • HCS Alumni Panel

    Thank you to our HCS alumni panel who came back to speak to our seniors about life beyond high school. Keep following your dreams, we hope to see you again soon!

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  • Kindergarten PJ Drive

    Kindergarten would like to thank everyone who donated money to PJ’s for Christmas! We raised $700.00!!! This was by far our most successful year!

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