Mission Statement

Crown Point Central School is an active school family working and growing together in an open, nurturing environment. Our aim is to instill in each child a desire to achieve high standards of excellence, social, emotional and physical skills. These goals will enable students to function as contributing members of society.

November 20, 2017

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November 16, 2017

Adirondack School Portraits Re-Takes: Will be December 8th @ 9:30AM.

Blood Drive: There will be a blood drive at Crown Point Central School on December 7th from 12PM-5PM. The seniors are sponsoring this to benefit a scholarship for a Graduating Senior in June 2018.

Fundraiser: We are selling bracelets for Jayden Gibbs in the front office.  Jayden is a 6th Grade student in our district who has been in and out of hospitalization due to a recent illness. See Mrs. Mero for your today. They are $5 for youth or adult sizes.

Basketball (11-14-2017):

·       BM & GM- 3PM-4:30PM

·       BJV/BV- 4PM-6PM

·       GV- 6PM-7:30PM

Journalism & FCCLA: Meeting Thursday, Nov 16, 2017 in Mrs. Farrell’s room @ 2:25PM.

Ticonderoga Youth Commission: This program is for students Kindergarten through 12th grade in the Ticonderoga, St. Mary’s, Putnam and Crown Point school districts. Free bus transportation and chaperones are provided for students 5th grade or older through the Ticonderoga Youth commission.  This program last for six weeks and packets are now available in the office.  Completed applications are due no later than November 28th

November 1, 2017

Fall Sports AwardsMonday, November 6, 2017 @ 5:30PM-6:30PM in the Gym.

BasketballVarsity Try-outs start Monday, November 6, 2017. Boys- 2:30PM-4:30PMand Girls- 4PM-5:30PM. 

National Honor SocietyMembers please sign up to participate in our annual food drive.  The sign up is outside of Mrs. Wolf’s room.

SpanishThank you all for your support and generosity. Spanish 2 and Spanish 4 please turn in your sales by the end of the day.

FCCLAAnyone interested in joining FCCLA, there will be a meeting in Mrs. Charron’s room Thursday, November 2nd.  Please come learn about the club, our upcoming fundraisers and the NYC Trip.

ArtMs. Andersen is taking students to two art museums in NYC on November 3.  There are spots available.  It will be first come first served.  Please see Ms. Andersen for details and to sign up.

Ticonderoga Youth Commission: This program is for students Kindergarten through 12th grade in the Ticonderoga, St. Mary’s, Putnam and Crown Point school districts. Free bus transportation and chaperones are provided for students 5th grade or older through the Ticonderoga Youth commission.  This program last for six weeks and packets are now available in the office.  Completed applications are due no later than November 28th

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Photo courtesy of Mrs. Bush

October 24, 2017

Photo courtesy of Mrs. Bush

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Panther Mentors (Mrs. Wolf's Group)

October 23, 2017


October 19, 2017

Gore Mountain Ski-Package: The Ticonderoga Youth Commission is offering a six-week Gore Mountain ski program package to area schools. This program is for students’ Kindergarten through 12th Grade in the Ticonderoga, St. Mary’s, Putnam & Crown Point school districts.  Free bus transportation and chaperones are provided for students 5th Grade and above through the TYC. Completed applications are due no later than November 28th. See Mrs. Mero for applications and more information.

All County Music Students: Sign up for the spaghetti dinner by Friday.

Junior Class: Junior Class is selling Little Caesar’s Pizza kits this week.  Money is due with the order and orders are due this Friday by 2:25. Pizza delivered on Monday, October 30th.

Spanish 4 & Spanish 2: Are selling bracelets to raise funds for victims of the Natural Disasters in Puerto Rico and Mexico.  1 bracelet is $2 or purchase 2 bracelets for $3. The bracelets say Viva Mexico & Viva Puerto Rico. Students interested in Spanish Café, please turn in your permission slip to Senora Gaddor, by Monday Oct. 23rd.

Soccer: Please support our Varsity Soccer Teams this week. Girls play in Moriah Thursday @ 3PM.  The Boys play @ Home Friday @ 3PM.

 

October 11, 2017

Youth Empowerment Trip: Reminder for 7th, 8th & 9th graders, please turn in your field trip forms for our Youth Empowerment Trip in Lake Placid to Mrs. Farrell or Mrs. Charron.

Spanish 4 & Spanish 2: Are selling bracelets to raise funds for victims of the Natural Disasters in Puerto Rico and Mexico.  1 bracelet is 2$ or purchase 2 bracelets for 3$.  The bracelets say Viva Mexico & Viva Puerto Rico. Congratulations to the 7th & 11th Grade, and the 8th Grade again on a BINGO win!

Basketball & Cheerleading: Basketball & Cheerleading signup sheets are posted outside the gym.  Please do not sign up if you do not intend on playing. Also, only sign you name up ONLY.  Having an accurate number is important for scheduling purposes.

Ti Area Cropwalk: Mollie Ingleston & Makayla Racine are collecting money for the “Ti Area Cropwalk”.  The Crop walk is on Saturday, October 14th and collection will end Friday, October 13th. For more information talk to Makayla or Mollie.

September 27, 2017

Ti Area CropwalkMollie Ingleston & Macayla Racine are collecting money for the “Ti Area Cropwalk”.  The Crop walk is on Saturday, October 14th and collection will end Friday, October 13th. For more information talk to Makayla or Mollie.

JuniorsJunior class meeting will be Thursday, September 28, 2017 @ 2:30PM in the Auditorium.

Finding Neverland: Attention all students attending “Finding Neverland”- the remainder of your ticket cost is due Friday, September 29th to Mrs. Charron. The remaining balance is $ 24.40.

Spirit & PrideOrders are due to Mrs. Mero or on-line, Monday, October 2nd.

VolleyballThere is a Volleyball tournament being held October 72017, at the Crown Point Central School Gym.  The tournament will kick off @ 10AM.  It is going to be a 6 on 6 format. Teams may ve co-ed, but are not required.  The price is $10.00 per person.  There will be a concession stand set up.   All proceeds from the event will go towards the Senior Class Trip.  The tournament will be either round robin or double elimination depending on the number of teams we have.  Anyone wishing to sign up a team can contact the following people, either by phone or Facebook: Carrie Pertak: 518-304-3872 or Lloyd LaMotte: 5518-572-6714.

September 22, 2017

Girls Varsity Soccer, Ragnar, Lake George, NY 

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September 18, 2017

Juniors: Interested juniors pursuing the New York State Seal of Biliteracy please remember to hand in your Application of Intent to Mrs. Mazotte by September 22. 

Seniors: Are selling Chubby Chico Charm bracelets. See a senior for details and to purchase. 

Year Book: What will the cover of your 2018 Yearbook look like?? Which pictures will be selected to cover the pages of your high school memories? Join the Yearbook Committee and you will help decide the outcome.  The sign-up sheet is next to Mrs. Gunnison’s room.  The 1st 10 students who sign up, and who agree to commit to the extracurricular responsibilities, will be invited to attend a training workshop at the Great Escape Lodge Indoor Water Park on Thursday, Sept. 21st.        

Volleyball: There is a Volleyball tournament being held October 72017, at the Crown Point Central School Gym. The tournament will kick off @ 10AM.  It is going to be a 6 on 6 format. Teams may be co-ed, but are not required.  The price is $10.00 per person.  There will be a concession stand set up.  All proceeds from the event will go towards the Senior Class Trip.  The tournament will be either round robin or double elimination depending on the number of teams we have.  Anyone wishing to sign up a team can contact the following people, either by phone or Facebook: Carrie Pertak: 518-304-3872 or Lloyd LaMotte: 5518-572-6714.


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