Tag Archives: Whitehall Elementary School

School slated to resume soon, officials await state guidance

Whitehall High School

By PJ Ferguson As the news develops around the COVID-19 pandemic, the Whitehall Central School District faces some changes and more questions than answers moving forward. While school budget votes and school board have been postponed statewide until at least June, it still remains to be seen if school will reopen at all for the […]

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Fifth-grader charged for ‘terroristic threat’

Whitehall High School

By Matthew Saari State Police arrested a Whitehall elementary student last week and charged him with making a “terroristic threat” against Whitehall High School. The charge stems from an investigation last Tuesday when Whitehall Elementary School administrators were made aware that the student, whose name was not released due to his age, was “going to […]

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Area schools start Wednesday

back to school

By Krystle S. Morey and Matthew Saari In only a few short days schools throughout the region will reopen their doors to students, class bells will be ringing through the halls and a new school year will commence. Here’s a look at what you need to know before attendance is taken: Granville Students in the […]

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Principal builds ‘budding relationship’ with student

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By Dan King Whitehall Elementary School Principal Rich Trowbridge is building a rapport with students that helps them educationally and emotionally. A number of parents have come forward to say that Trowbridge has built great relationships with their children, but one story jumps out above the rest – that of Samuel Chaplin. Samuel’s mother Suzi, […]

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New principal hopes to bring ‘stability’

Rich Trowbridge

By Dan King Whitehall Central School has seen significant turnover in administrative roles over the past year, something new elementary school principal Rich Trowbridge hopes to stop. “I’m really excited to be here,” Trowbridge said. “I turned down another position to take this one, because I can see myself staying here for a while, as […]

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Whitehall teacher eyes new playground

Holly Pelky, a first-grade teacher at Whitehall Elementary School, is hoping to build a new playground behind the school. Pelky told the Board of Education that she has applied to KaBOOM! for a $15,000 grant to build a new playground. KaBOOM! is a national non-profit organization that helps build playgrounds. The grant would provide $9,000 […]

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Tae Kwon Do begins Monday

The Whitehall Tae Kwon Do Association begins its 33rd year on Monday, Sept. 23. Classes are held in the Whitehall Elementary School gymnasium on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Classes concluded approximately the third week in May. Students of all ages are welcome, although students under age 6 are accepted on […]

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WES honor roll announced

Whitehall Elementary School has released it list of fifth grade honor roll students for the final marking period of the 2012-13 school year. The students are:   Highest Honors: Emily Arquette, Nora Blohm, Freddie Ingalls, Lukas Longtin, Kurt Mayfield III, Matthew Redmond, Hannah Schmeelke   High Honors: Mattison Cole, Brendon Covey, Jacob Gosselin, Sadie Hasler, […]

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Reading program offered at library

Dig Into Reading is the theme for the summer reading program that will be held at the Whitehall Library. Children are asked to stop in the library this week to register. They will be able to sign up for the program that is geared towards their specific age group. Pre-school through grade 2 will meet with Kathi […]

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Students conduct own verison of Mythbusters

Science Fair 1

If you eat a piece of food that’s been on the floor less than five seconds, can you avoid ingesting any germs? And which bounces higher, a frozen tennis ball or a heated tennis ball? These questions and many more were considered, hypothesized, and tested as part of Whitehall Elementary School’s annual Science Fair, held […]

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Women business owners learning to be successful

Female business owners 6x4

By Austin Crosier Four female business owners in the Granville area sat down at the bar at On The Rocks […]

Poultney makerspace and skills center to open Sept. 26

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A makerspace is a collaborative work space inside a school, library or separate public/private facility for making, learning, exploring and […]

North Country FreePress, September 25, 2020

Lakes Region FreePress, September 25, 2020

Chasin’ Racin’ – Great Race Place

Chasin Racin #20

By Mark Kane It was great to get back to the racing action at the “Great Race Place” Albany Saratoga […]

Granville Sentinel 9.24.20

Police Beat, Sept. 24

Granville Police Department Sept. 10 3:36 p.m. Benje C. Larico of New York City was ticketed for speeding on North […]

Whitehall Times 9.24.20

Everyone Eats arrives in Poultney

Everyone Eats

The Poultney Rotary Club and Young at Heart Senior Center have teamed up with the Vermont Farmer’s Food Center, the […]

School district awaits insurance claim

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By Jay Mullen Whitehall Central School District is still waiting for the New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal to give them […]

‘Car cruise’ to replace car show

By Austin Crosier The consequences of COVID-19 have forced people of all walks of life to change gears and improvise […]

Pub on Main Street hires new head chef

Owner Vicky Hale poses for the camera behind the bar.

By Austin Crosier After being located across the bridge at 1 West Main Street in Granville since 2016, Vicky Hale […]

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