Updates

Data Privacy Day


New Mission Launch

Heuvelton Central School recently invited participation from students, staff, and community members to develop a mission that reflects our school culture and values.  A successful mission statement is relevant and meaningful to all members of the school community.  We have a goal of continuously promoting, updating, and celebrating our work as it connects to our mission statement.  For that reason, please share your thoughts and experience about each of the elements of the new mission below.

BULLDOG PRIDE

Positivity        
Respect     
Inspire     
Dedication    
Excellence    

Heuvelton Central takes pride in creating a positive, respectful environment that inspires dedication to educational excellence.


To share your thoughts on our new mission please follow this link: https://forms.gle/JiWmKNU21htS6rEp7 
 

Pack The Bleachers Event 


The Heuvelton Teachers Association will be having a food drive on February 4th at the Boys' basketball game vs. Hermon-Dekalb. If you're not able to attend but would like to donate, please forward your donation to a committee member. Thank you for your continued, generous support.


Donation Received


The Northern New York Community Foundation has approved a grant in the amount of $500 for the Heuvelton Central School Food Pantry. Thank you for your support!
 

Jan Brett Contest


The school or library that has the most parents, teachers, friends, or supporters who enter the contest will win a free school or library visit from Jan in the 2020 school year.  Contest ends Monday, April 17, 2020.  2nd to 10th prizes of 10 Jan Brett books.   11th to 100th prize of a signed Jan Brett Poster.

    Please enter your name and the information of the school or library you would like to win a free Jan Brett visit.  One email address entry per person.  Duplicate email addresses will be removed.  All emails will be verified before the winning entry is announced.  If you are under the age of 13, please use your parent's email address.

To enter the contest, follow this link: https://www.janbrett.com/contest_2020
 

Staff Development Half-Day


We are adding a previously unscheduled staff development half-day on January 31st. Student dismissal will be at 11:15 a.m. and there will be lunch provided at school. There will be no PM pre-K and no PM BOCES.
 
 
 

Elementary Updates

Winter Recess

For the remainder of winter, the recess team will be planning on taking students outside for recess on Tuesdays and Thursdays (if the weather permits). The hope is this change to a consistent schedule helps students remember their winter clothing better. 
 

Ties and Tutus

These students were chosen for the Optimism Trait. Optimism means you expect the best from the future and work to achieve it. Pictured are the following students: Luna Yerden, Tucker Pinkerton, Justin Steele, Macie Serson, Aria Simons, James Nichols, Geneva Clary, Tyler Ashlaw, Katy Thompson, Deacon Hazelton, Landon Ritchie, Annabella Brown, Carolyn Gleeson, Philomena Bullock, Brady Eggleston, and Saige Blevins.  Missing from the photo are: Scarlett Leboeuf, and Tucker Matthews.  
 

Secondary Scoop

Leadership Summit

A selection of Heuvelton athletes recently attended Section X Sportsmanship Summit at SUNY Potsdam’s Maxcy Hall. The athletes worked with students from other districts to complete a variation of team challenges. This provided an opportunity for Heuvelton athletes to improve their leadership and teamwork skills. All those who attended were role models and contributed significantly to their team's success.
 

Officials Appreciation


Heuvelton Central School joined the state-wide move to thank officials before their Girls Basketball game with St. Regis Falls. Pictured here are officials Stu Legacy and Rae Johnson, thank you for everything you do!
 

Frame of Fame


Mrs. Johnston's Psychology Class received the frame because they were praised for their success by the SUNY Potsdam professor they work with.


Alona Simmons-Noel was nominated because she used her own money to celebrate teachers before Christmas by putting a thank you card and candy in both staff rooms.


Aiden Sellers was nominated by Mrs. Curry for their excellence and great attitude in PE.


Eliza Hand was nominated for her caring attitude and helping out a friend.


Lydia Vaughan was nominated for their work on the mission statement writing committee, given praise for their mature work and sincere effort by Mrs. Mashaw. 


Adrianna Vinch was nominated for their work on the mission statement writing committee, given praise for their mature work and sincere effort by Mrs. Mashaw. 


Jailyn Lovely was nominated by Mrs. Curry for their excellence and great attitude in PE.