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.
Students going on the New York City Art Trip with Ms. Andersen, on June 4th, need to have permission slips in ASAP with the money to reserve your spot.
The Spring Sports Awards will be on June 11th at 6:00pm in the Crown Point Cafeteria.
Congratulations to the winners of the Elk’s Essay Contest. Alyssa Norton won 1st place for the 5th and 6th grade contest, and Ani Hammeline won 3rd place in the 7th and 8th grade contest. There will be a Flag Day Ceremony and luncheon to honor the winners on June 13th at 11:00am at the Elk’s Center in Ticonderoga.
The Boys Varsity Baseball team defeated Minerva/Newcomb 4-2. Sam Millington pitched the first 5 innings to pick up the win. Robbie Macey threw the final 2 innings to pick up the save. Hunter Pertak led the offense with 2 of the 3 Panther hits. Great Game Boys. The boys play their final game of the season tonight at Home against Johnsburg. Good luck, boys!
Congratulations to the Boys Modified Baseball team on their 8-7 victory over Keene on Friday night. Andrew DuShane led the team with 3 hits, including a double. Reese Celotti chipped in with a 2-run triple and Cade DeBrobander finished with 2 hits and 2 runs scored. There will be an away game tonight in Westport.
Crown Point Girls in grades 7-9 went to the CFES Conference Center in Essex, NY, for a training seminar on Self-Esteem and Etiquette.
Prom tickets are on sale in the front office. Cost is $25.00 for a single ticket or $40.00 for a couple. See Mrs. Mero to purchase and sign-in guests. Students interested in Prom Pictures, please submit forms and bring money in before Friday. Please see Miss Andersen for details if you don’t have them already.
Chorus students in grades 5-12 who would like to sing with the Memorial Day Chorus may sign up in the music room. Practice will be May 13th, 14th, and 20th after school. Band members please bring in your permission slip for Memorial Day.
The Modified Girls Softball team defeated Chazy last night 16-11. Shelbie DuShane, Heather Foote, and Torrie Vradenburg pitched and did a fantastic job. Offensively, Heather Foote, Michaela Gunnison, Shayla Trepanier, Emily Russell, and Shelbie DuShane all had a double in the game. Also, Bailey Noel had her first homerun of the season.
The Modified Boys Baseball team beat Chazy last night, 10-7. Benji Javkhlan led the team with 3 singles, 3 runs scored, and 3 RBIs. It was a great all around effort with each player reaching base safely. Cade DeBrobander earned the win for the Panthers.
Prom tickets are on sale in the front office. Cost is $25.00 for a single ticket or $40.00 for a couple. See Mrs. Mero to purchase and sign-in guests.
There will be a SADD meeting on Wednesday, May 6th at 2:30pm, in Mrs. Pockett’s room. All permission slips and money are due at this time. Please turn in your permission slips to Mrs. Mero or to Mrs. Pockett.
Last night the Boys Varsity Baseball team improved their record to 6-0 with a 13-4 victory over Keene. Brendan Crowningshield and Hunter Pertak each had 3 hits. Jessie Burroughs had his 1st multi-hit game with 2 hits and 2 RBI’s. Judd DeBrobander, Robbie Macey, Sam Millington and Kolby Pertak each added 2 hits with Pertak hitting a 3-run homerun. Sam Millington and Chance Potter combined to throw a 5 hitter.
FCCLA and Journalism students went to NYC on Wednesday, April 29th to see the broadway performance of Les Miserables.