Updates

PTA Spirit Wear Sale


Please check out the PTA Spirit Wear sale. All items will be shipped to PTA here at school.  We thank you in advance for supporting your PTA. Purchase at the following link: https://heuveltonbulldogs18.itemorder.com
 


Community Events

Ogdensburg Command Performances is holding a spaghetti dinner to benefit Youth Theater on Thursday, November 15 from 4-7 at the Ogdensburg Moose Club at 609 Pickering St.  Youth Theater benefits children in all 18 school districts in St. Lawrence County by providing quality theater productions.  Tickets are $8 each. There will be a homemade dessert table as well. Desserts will sell for $2 each.  There is dine in or carry out.  If you're interested in a ticket, please stop by my office or email me and we can make arrangements for me to stop by your room.

 

Heuvelton Food Pantry Updates

The Heuvelton School Food Pantry will have a modified schedule during November and December due to school vacation and holidays.  The pantry will be open on Thursday, November 15th and Thursday, December 20th from 3:30-5:00 p.m.  The pantry opened in January 2018 and is the result of collaboration between the Heuvelton Central School District and Cornerstone Wesleyan Church. The school-based pantry helps to provide greater food security for the local population.  Contact the district office with questions.

Elementary Updates

Ties & Tutus


In recognition of Creativity. Creativity means you come up with new and original ways to think about and do things. Great job having creativity!

Pictured are: Logan Abar, Nathaniel Crowe, Gavin Moore, Natalee Spiak, Austin Carpenter, Elliott Henry, Kenzie Phillips, Austyn Wells, Ashlyn Ritchie, Joshua Beaulieu, Matthew Montenegro, Seth VandenBerg, Mary Charlton & Willem Gleeson

Not pictured: William Nichols & Joshua Beaulieu




Remington Arts Festival


2018 Remington Arts Festival Student Art Competition and Exhibit took place at TAUNY last month.
Pictured: 1st grader Molly Tyo pointing to her apple oil pastel drawing entitled “The Beautiful Day” and 4th grader Mikaylah Chisholm with her “Blastoff to Purple Space” recycled art (1st Place Miscellaneous Award).

The following student also had work submitted:
Saige Blevins (1st Place Sculpture-paper mache), Caprice Keith - clay sculpture, Trystan Biller - ink print, Bella Whalen - drawing, Devin Johnson (Honorable Mention Most Unique Award - cave drawing), and Drew Carpenter (1st Place Most Unique Award - oil pastel drawing).



 

Writers Workshop Celebration


First grade had a Writing Workshop Celebration this week, and students had the opportunity to share their stories and paint pumpkins.


 

Halloween FUN!







 

Storyteller Visit


On October 18 Heuvelton Central School collaborated with the St. Lawrence County Historical Association to bring Master Story teller to Heuvelton Central School 5th-8th graders. Master Story teller, Jonathan Kruk, performed an interactive, dramatic retelling of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow while in period dress. He gave an introduction of the history of the area and time period and background information regarding the author, Washington Irving.
 
 

Secondary Scoop

Frame of Fame



Congratulations to our recent Frame of Fame recipients!
 

 

Academic Success Center


Introducing the new Academic Success Center! Open to students in grades 9-12, the Academic Success Center is a writing center and peer tutor center, with extra support for all subject areas. It’s intended to assist students with planning for their futures, including college essays, resumes, job readiness skills, and interview preparations. Also, it provides a space and resources for homework help, studying tips and practice, and other academic supports. Learn more here!.
 


Wizard of Oz

Our Musical The Wizard of Oz is approaching fast. Please join us on Friday November 2nd or Saturday November 3rd. Tickets can be purchased online at showtix4u.com (search Heuvelton Wizard of Oz).



Experiential Learning Spotlight


This past summer, high schooler Cole Rickett attended the National Youth Leadership Forum at Villanova University. He was nominated by his teacher Ms. Pierce as someone who stands out in math and science.  Cole is an excellent student who shows a love for learning and exploring new things. He spent a week of his summer working with other students from all over the country, and he still talks to a few of them through social media. Cole chose to be in the group that worked on the medical field aspects of their overall mission, which is to send astronauts to Mars. His group worked to design a system to prepare the astronauts to enter the Mars atmosphere. He enjoyed listening to professors from all over the country, and thinks he would like to enter the field of sports medicine or be a travel nurse some day.

Learn more about the Envision Program here!

 

Thank You from NHS!


The VanHeuvel chapter of the National Honor Society would like to thank the Heuvelton community for their generosity! The NHS students went trick-or-treating on Halloween for food donations to the HTA Backpack Program. The outpouring support of the community will ensure healthy snacks and easy to prepare meals can be sent home with children over the weekend and long breaks. Here are a few pictures of the NHS students and the donations. Thank you again, from Ms. Whalen, the NHS members, and the HTA Backpack Program!
 



High School Halloween Celebrations





 

Victory Parade


Our Whiz Quiz Team are International Champions,  and our HCS Boys AND Girls soccer teams both made it to the Section X final game this week!  Upon the arrival of our students back from NWT BOCES, the Bulldog mascot led a victory parade followed by the Whiz Quiz Team and then the soccer players! Students lined the halls and cheer them on!