Elementary Drop-Off Changes

In an effort to improve traffic flow in the Elementary loop during morning drop-off,  the Elementary doors will open at 7:25 a.m.  Students will be welcomed into the building and supervised until the start of homeroom at 7:40 a.m. Please do not park in the loop.  Instead, please pull towards the front of the loop prior to dropping off your child to leave space for additional cars to drop-off children simultaneously.


We Want YOU! Job Openings at HCS


The following positions are open at Heuvelton Central School:

  • Technology Teacher: Anticipated full-time, tenure-track position, starting September 2019, at Heuvelton Central School. NYS Technology/CTE certification required. Send completed application and supporting materials to Tessa Herron, District Clerk, 87 Washington Street, Heuvelton, NY 13654.   Information and application online at http://www.heuvelton.k12.ny.us.  Deadline: February 20, 2019.   
  • Tutor for secondary student, 2 hours per school day or 10 hours per week. For more information contact Tessa Herron, District Clerk, at
  • Substitute Teachers PreK - 12 
  • Substitute Bus Drivers
  • Substitute Monitors 
  • Substitute Custodial Workers

To apply for positions, please visit the Applications for Employment page.



Unified Sports

Section X Athletics is launching a Unified Sports program. Team sports bring people together. Special Olympics Unified Sports® teams do that, too and much more. About 1.4 million people worldwide take part in Unified Sports, breaking down stereotypes about people with intellectual disabilities in a really fun way.

To learn more about our new Unified Sports program, visit https://www.sllboces.org/Page/3045 and contact your CSE Chairperson today!

Community Event


Staff Team Building

HCS staff began with team building activities to start off Staff Professional Development on Monday Jan 28th.


Elementary Updates

Ties and Tutus

These students were recognized for the P2 character trait Prudence. Prudence means you plan for the future and achieve your goals by making careful everyday choices. 

Pictured: Brystol Perry, Mylo Church, Trenton Havens, Ayden Sheppard, Olivia Putney, Korbyn Johnston, Hailey Lawrence, Tim Simmons, Gage Crobar, Parker Felt, Landon Crews, Maddison Cameron and Miah Scott.
Not pictured: Liam Carroll, Natalie Savage, Jordan Blevins, Shia Bacon

In recognition of Social Intelligence. Social Intelligence means you are aware of other people’s thoughts and feelings. You understand why they do things. Great job having social intelligence!

Pictured: Bryce Liscum, Kaden LaRue, Analyse Bullock, Landon Ritchie, Layne Ritchie, Eathan Bogardus, Lyshan Young, Leighton Vaughan, Tiana Larose, Zoe Whalen, Brody Kelley and Ahna Martinez
Not pictured: Emalyn Peccolo, Mazden Ladouceur, Sydney Gotham, Owen Liscum and Caiden Brabant


Elementary Yearbooks

There is still time to purchase an Elementary yearbook.  They can use the link on the school homepage or contact the school 315-344-2414  ext. 28020 


Kindergarten Readers

Thorin Brossoit recently read to Principal Nicole LeBeau. Mrs. Mashaw's class read to other students and adults this week.


Lights Out Reading

Ms. Jones' class recently went "undercover" to spotlight non-fiction text features during a Lights Out reading unit!

Global School Play Day

On February 6th, HCS students participated in Global School Play Day! GSPD has been promoted by Psychology Today and is being celebrated at schools around the world. You can learn more about the benefits of unstructured play by visiting the official GSPD website: www.globalschoolplayday.com.

Secondary Scoop

Bulldog Blast Podcast

The Bulldog Blast Podcast is written and produced by 7th and 8th graders at Heuvelton Central School. This week's episode features segments about whether girls should play football, and interviews with local historians Linda Wood and Sharon Murdock. Listen to the latest episode here!

Box Out Cancer Games

Congratulations to the Heuvelton Boys and Girls JV and Varsity basketball teams who won the Cancer Games against Lisbon Central! Together, both districts raised almost $5,000 to benefit the Richard E Winter Cancer center.

Whiz Quiz Champs

Heuvelton Whiz Quiz had a very successful year. The students won the International Finals. Watertown Elks Club and PBS Studios put on a great celebration dinner on January 28, 2019 to give credit to the students for their academic excellence. Heuvelton Central Whiz Quiz outlasted 31 other team to be the champions in the tri-county area. The Final round we bested the champion of the Canadian team to become the 2018 International Champs. This week, the team celebrated with a pizza party, including a giant ice cream sundae served in the Whiz Quiz trophy.