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.
There will be one dismissal for Students and Staff tomorrow, November 25th at 2:25pm. There will be no after school activity period or second bus run.
Drama Club will be having auditions from 2:30-4:00pm on December 2nd. Pick up a script from Mrs. Farrell’s room.
RY is raffling two stockings filled with candy and gift cards from our area to raise money to purchase Christmas gifts for Crown Point children. The drawing will be on December 4th at 2:30pm. See any RY student to purchase tickets.
Congratulations to Reese Celotti, Jacob LaDeau, and Zach Spaulding, winners of the 3-3 Basketball tournament over the weekend.
The Junior class will have a meeting tomorrow, November 18th at 2:25pm, in Senora Gaddor’s room.
Seniors- Scholarships are starting to come in to the Guidance Office and are posted outside Mrs. Cross-Baker’s office. Don’t miss great opportunities like the Elks National Foundation award.
SADD Pizza orders will be here on Wednesday, November 19th. Be sure you have a way to pick them up from the cafeteria.
Congratulations to Morgan Macey, Hunter Spaulding, Heather Ryan and Kara Hunsdon for putting on an amazing Distinguished Young Women Program Saturday night.
Academic Bowl has been canceled for today and re-scheduled for next Wednesday, November 19th.
There will be a mandatory meeting for Journalism & FCCLA in Mrs. Charron’s room at 2:25pm, on Thursday, November 15th.
The Fall Sports Banquet will be tonight, November 12th at 6:00pm, in the cafeteria.
The Boy’s Modified Basketball will have a mandatory meeting tonight at 5:00pm in the Gymnasium. Girl’s Modified Basketball will have a mandatory meeting tonight at 5:00pm in Mr. Gibson’s room.
There will be a mandatory meeting for Journalism and FCCLA in Mrs. Charron’s room at 2:25pm on Thursday, November 15th. Come get your RADA book.
Students in grades 9-12 that want to visit SUNY Albany and Hudson Valley Community College next Friday, November 14th should sign up outside of Mrs. Charron’s room. The trip will be limited to 30 students.
Academic Bowl remains undeafeated with last night’s tie aganist South Glens Falls. Kara Hunsdon led the team in scoring while Noah LaPointe made key contributions in the lightning round.
There will be a benefit dinner on Monday, November 24th to benefit our CPCS team member and friend, Sue Strieble. Any students in grades 9-12 who would like to volunteer a few hours for this event, please see the signup by Mrs. McGinness’ classroom door. This is a great community service and opportunity. Students, we are also looking for donations of soda, cupcakes and rolls. If you can help, please sign up.