Registration for new students for the 2017-18 school year will be done by appointment only. Please contact Mrs. Vienneau at 315-865-7273.
On April 18, Mrs. Koziarz's class had the opportunity to Skype with author, Chris Grabenstein. Students enjoyed a video question and answer session with the author right from our very own classroom! We had the chance to ask several questions about our most recent class read aloud, The Island of Dr. Libris. Mr. Grabenstein not only answered our questions, but he also gave students great tips and tricks regarding reading and writing. Our class is looking forward to reading another fan favorite from Mr. Grabenstein, Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library.
Mrs. Stay's 3rd grade students were learning about human modifications that we make to our environment and how they can lead to unintended harm. Students chose a topic (Urbanization, agriculture, desertification, mining, building of dams, etc.), then researched the positive and negative consequences the modification has on our environment. Finally. they used their research to create an article about the modification using the Pages app. Awesome job!
The Boys' Alpine Ski team won the Section III Title this past weekend.
The Girls' Alpine Ski team took second place in Section III.
Congratulations to all our athletes!
Though we’re but a country high school,
Our name unknown to fame
To our colors we are loyal,
Our heritage we claim;
We defend the gold and purple,
Wherever we may be,
Our hearts forever faithful
To the old school in H.P.
The purple hue is royal,
The gold is pure and fine,
And both are king’s apparel
Ordained by word divine,
Therefore, royal are our colors,
To them we true must be,
To show we love and honor
The old school in H.P.
Parents and guardians who plan to send a student to kindergarten in September should contact Jennifer Blier, secretary at General William Floyd Elementary School, at 865-5721 between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. to update school records.
Students must be five years of age on or before Dec. 1, 2018. A Kindergarten Informational Night will be held on Tuesday, April 17th, at 6 p.m. at General William Floyd Elementary School, 8900 Route 365, Stittville.
"It is the philosophy of the Board of Education of the Holland Patent Central School District that the fundamental purpose of the School District and all of its resources is to provide the means for educational development of all eligible students residing and /or enrolled within the district to reach their fullest potential."
Holland Patent Central School District is committed to providing access to our electronic and information technology, including our webpages, r individuals with disabilities, in accordance with Section 504 and Title II of the ADA. The School District is diligently making necessary adjustments to its technology in furtherance of this goal. Such adjustments are time-consuming but are critical to ensure that students, staff, community members, and others can access our materials. As we await new web material, please be patient; we will be making updates as soon as practicable.