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  • One Call Now

    When we have a closing/delay/early dismissal a message will be sent via the “One Call Now” system to families signed up for that system. Also, a notice will be placed on our school website at: http://heuvelton.schoolfusion.us/ and on FACEBOOK at: 
    The district also contacts the following television stations regarding school closings or delays:
    NEWS 10 NOW, WWNY and WWTI.

    Positivity Project 

    In demonstration of unity and teamwork, Heuvelton Central School would like to purchase Positivity Project T-shirts for staff and students.

    Thank you to the local businesses who have generously donated to this cause. We are halfway to meeting our goal! If you have not had an opportunity to donate, and would like to as a local business, please click the link below.
    CLICK HERE To Learn More!


    Elementary Updates

    Leaf Man

    Student teacher Ms. Barber read the book Leaf Man. Then the boys and girls created their own leaf man and wrote about him. It was a fun time!

    Second Grade Fun

    Our mystery question today was “what would happen if you didn’t have a skull?” We learned why our skull is an important part of our body! Students were able to make paper skulls today. 

    Guest Speaker for 6th Grade

    These are pictures from Mr. Sargent and Mrs. LaBella's 6th grade classes - we had a guest speaker, Mr. Jerry Newvine, that came to speak to our classes on Bullying. Jerry is a Heuvelton graduate!



    Ties and Tutus

    The following students were chosen for the creativity trait. Creativity means you come up with new and original ways to think about and do things. Pictured below are Skylar Bush, Evan Fenton, Avery McLear, Noah Herber, Amelia Blackburn, Addison Wagner, Conner Brooks, Isabella Herber, Olivia LaRose, and Michael LaRose. Missing from the photo are Abigail Clary, Lauren Finley, Jessalynne Martin, William Nichols, RaKayla Legault, Alex Stone, and Isabelle Dietschweiler.

    The following students were chosen for the bravery trait.  Bravery means you act with mental, moral, or physical strength even when you know things are difficult or scary.  Pictured below are:  Alaina Thurston, Leslie Tyo, Halayna Biller, Makenna Chase, Mia Lovely, Coleman Legault, Evelyn Henry, Jaden Johnson, Larry Young, Austyn Wells, Mikaylah Chisholm, Khloe Thompson, and Devin Johnson.  Missing from the photo are:  Wyatt Strader, Avery Woodcock, Ava Carroll, and Timothy Simmons.

    Staff Ties and Tutus

    AIS Teacher, Michelle Desormeaux, honored by her colleagues for being open-minded.

    Scary Story Night

    Kindergartners and their families at Heuvelton Central get together on Friday nights every other month to enjoy time together. This night was Scary Stories Night. Mrs Kristy Simmons reads a book to everybody.


    We found Rasheed in his pajamas snoring in a basket this morning! He was covered in words! He said he was so excited to here about our word detective work and the mystery of the silent e, that he spent the whole night searching through books to see if our theory was correct. It looks like if there is a silent E at the end of a word with the vowel O, that word will almost always have a long O sound. Now we are being extra quiet so Rasheed can catch up on some much needed sleep. He is exhausted!


    Secondary Scoop

    Whiz Quiz

    Whiz Quiz was off to Watertown to compete and won the first round, great job everyone!



    HTA Backpack Program

    The Heuvelton National Honor Society students recently celebrated Halloween by Trick-or-Treating for our HTA Backpack Program. These students braved the rainy, windy night to support our community. On behalf of this committee, we say thank you to all of the students and community members that contributed to this event. Participants included: Kara Ashlaw, Gavin Barney, Megan Woodard, Carina Willard, Sydney Morley, Aiden Murray, Daniel Pray, Rayna Cameron, Caleb Trathen, and Kaitlyn Sibley.
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