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.

Announcements

Champlain Valley Education Services

Wednesday, October 22nd from 6:00pm to 7:30pm CVES BOCES will have their Fall Family night. Please join them for a complimentary spaghetti dinner, bake sale, raffles and drawings. They will also be hosting a CVPH Blood Drive from 2:00-7:00pm.

  • CV-TEC Presentation at 6:15pm
  • Special Education Presentation at 6:45pm

If you have a child at the Mineville campus of CVES, or are interested in donating blood and exploring their programs, please join them.

October 20th

Anyone still considering traveling to Belize this February, the deadline to sign up is this Friday, October 24th. Please see Ms. McLoughlin ASAP.

In April of 2016,  Ms. McLoughlin will be leading a tour to the Mediterranean Coast. Countries visited will include Italy, Monaco, France and Spain. There will be a meeting on Thursday, October 23rd at 5:30pm in Ms. McLoughlin’s room .

The Girl’s Modified Soccer team defeated Indian Lake/Long Lake in their final game of the season, 5-2. Swade Potter scored a goal and had 2 assists. Mya Pertak, Tayler Noel, Emily Russel and Shawna McIntosh all scored.

October 16th

The Freshman class will have a meeting next Tuesday, October 21st at 2:30pm in Mrs. Wolf’s room.

The Junior class meeting that was scheduled for today, has been re-scheduled for Tuesday, October 21st at 2:30pm in Mrs. Gaddor’s room.

Academic Bowl defeated Minerva last night 220 to 185. Kara Hunsdon had over 60 points, but the team was led in scoring by John-Roch Sears with 80. 

The Girl’s Modified Soccer team tied Minerva-Newcomb in double overtime, 4-4, last night.  Taylor Noel had 19 saves in the goal. Swade Potter had 2 goals and 2 assists. Shawna McIntosh had 2 goals. Mya Pertak and Cassie Ash both had an assist.


October 15th

The Boy’s Modified Soccer team lost to Minerva-Newcomb, 3-2. Zach Spaulding had one goal and one assist. Cameron Harrington had one goal and Benji Javkhlan had one assist.  Jacob Norton made 6 saves in goal.

The Boy’s Varsity Soccer team beat Minerva-Newcomb, 9-3. All of the boys played a great game. Noah Macey led the offense with 4 goals and 3 assists. Hunter Pertak and Judd DeBrobander each added 2 goals with Judd picking up an assist. Kolby Pertak added a goal and 2 assists.

October 14th

National Honor Society has a meeting today, at 2:30pm, in Mrs. Wolf’s classroom.

Student Council will have a meeting this Thursday, October 16th at 2:30pm, in Mr. Thelen’s classroom.

The Girl’s Modified Soccer team played Schroon Lake on Friday. Swade Potter scored two goals and Mya Pertak scored one goal. Hailey Rukat had an assist.

October 10th

The Boy’s Modfifed Soccer team defeated Schroon Lake, 10-0, last night. Zach Spaulding led all scorers with 3 goals. Dominique Austin, Jaden Spaulding, Benji Javkhlan, Reese Celotti, Jacob LaDeau, and Cameron Harrington also scored. Jacob Norton made 5 saves in goal for the shutout.

The Boy’s Varsity Soccer team lost to Schroon Lake 3-1. It was a very evenly played game. Noah Macey scored on an assist from Judd DeBrobander. Thank you to all of the fans and staff for making it a successful game. A big thanks goes to Mrs. McGinness for all of her hard work.

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