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Harry Hoag Elementary School Supply List

Updated July 27, 2021. Click a link to view the supply lists for your grade level, or scroll below: Pre-Kindergarten | Kindergarten | Grade 1 | Grade 2 | Grade 3 | Grade 4 | Grade 5 | Grade 6 | Ms. Hoos | Ms. Farquharson | Ms. Searles Pre-Kindergarten A full-size book bag that is large enough to hold a folder A … Continue reading “Harry Hoag Elementary School Supply List”

Updated July 27, 2021. Click a link to view the supply lists for your grade level, or scroll below:

Pre-KindergartenKindergartenGrade 1Grade 2Grade 3Grade 4Grade 5Grade 6Ms. Hoos | Ms. Farquharson | Ms. Searles

Pre-Kindergarten

  • A full-size book bag that is large enough to hold a folder
  • A folder
  • Blanket for naptime in a bag labeled with your child’s first and last name
  • Two sets of extra clothes (tops, bottoms, underwear, socks) in a bag labeled with your child’s first and last name
  • Elmer’s glue bottle
  • Crayola washable markers (10 count)
  • Crayola crayons (small box)
  • Colored pencils (12 count)
  • Crayon/pencil pouch with a zipper

Pre-K Wish list

  • Ziploc bags (gallon and quart size)
  • Tissues
  • Paper towels
  • Dry erase markers

Students will also need a box of crayons and a pencil to complete work on remote (at home) learning days.

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Kindergarten

    • $5.00 for crayons, glue, pencil pouch (teacher will purchase these items)
    • 3 PLASTIC folders with fasteners- red, blue and orange
    • Backpack
    • Sneakers
    • A change of clothes
    • A snack and water bottle for themselves every day.

    You do NOT need scissors, spiral notebooks, loose paper or a blanket. We will not be napping in Kindergarten.

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    First Grade

      • 3 Plastic pocket folders
      • 2 Pencil pouches
      • 1 Box of crayons
      • 2 pink wedge erasers
      • 2 glue sticks
      • 1 pair of scissors
      • 1-12 pack of Ticonderoga pencils
      • 1 pack of dry erase markers

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      Second Grade

        • 2 Composition notebooks
        • 3 Pocket folders
        • Crayon box
        • Crayons
        • Colored pencils
        • 10 Sharpened pencils
        • Erasers
        • 2 Glue sticks
        • Small pair of scissors
        • Gallon-size Ziploc Slider bags

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        Third Grade

        • 3 composition notebooks – wide ruled (with child’s name on)
        • 4 pocket folders (with child’s name on)
        • Pencil box – please include the following:
          • Pencils
          • Erasers
          • Dry erase markers
          • Colored pencils
          • Scissors
          • Glue sticks
          • Small pencil sharpener (optional)
          • Headphones or earbuds and travel-size Kleenex/tissues

        In 3rd grade, we do not have snack milk. We will be having snack time every day. It must be a snack they can open independently. Please try to have your child bring in a healthy snack and something to drink (in a bottle that can be closed when not in use). There will be no sharing of snacks.

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        Fourth Grade

        English Language Arts (ELA)

        • 2 composition notebooks
        • 1 folder

        Math

        • 1 composition notebook
        • 1 folder

        Science

        • 1 folder
        • 1 composition notebook

          General Supplies

          • 2 sturdy take-home folders (plastic)
          • 3 packages of 10-12 pencils
          • 1 pack of colored pencils
          • 1 pack of markers (thin-tip are ideal but not necessary!)
          • 1 pencil bag/small crayon box
          • 1 package of cap erasers
          • Multiple colors of highlighters – 5 colors is ideal
          • 3 glue sticks
          • Scissors (child size)
          • Tape
          • Book Bag

          Wish List Supplies – Optional but helpful!

          • An extra take-home folder
          • 1 pack of fine-tip dry erase markers

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          Fifth Grade

          • 4 folders (Take Home Folder, ELA, Math, combined Science and Social Studies)
          • 1-inch binder (Math)
          • Dry erase markers (Math)
          • Index cards (Math)
          • 1 highlighter (ELA)
          • Loose leaf paper (all classes)
          • Pencils (all classes)
          • Colored pencils (all classes)

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          Sixth Grade

          ELA

          • 1 pocket folder labeled “ELA” and your name
          • 2 composition notebooks – (one labeled “Writing Workshop” and your name, the other labeled “Reading Workshop” and your name)

          Math

          • 1 pocket folder
          • 1 composition notebook
          • 1 three-subject spiral notebook

          Social Studies/Science

          • 1 three subject spiral notebook
          • 2 pocket folders
          • Glue sticks

          General supplies

          • 1 Pocket folder (for a take-home folder)
          • Pencils with erasers
          • Loose leaf paper
          • Colored pencils
          • Assorted markers (not Sharpies)
          • Highlighters
          • Scissors
          • Pencil sharpener
          • Crayons
          • Earbuds/headphones

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          Ms. Hoos

          • Zipper pencil pouch
          • Colored pencils
          • Scissors

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          Ms. Farquharson

          • Pencil Box
          • Folder
          • Crayons
          • Markers
          • Glue sticks
          • Scissors

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          Ms. Searles

          • Colored pencils / crayons
          • 2 glue sticks
          • Pencils
          • Erasers
          • 2 pocket folders

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          Attention student athletes: Sports physicals are Aug. 3-4

          Any Fort Plain Central School student in grades 7-12 who is interested in having their sports physical completed at school for 2021-22 school year should report to the high school nurse’s office on Tuesday, Aug. 3, from 8-10 a.m. for the pre-physical screening. The student will need to return to the nurse’s office on Wednesday, Aug. 4, at 8:30 a.m. to see the doctor.

          The district has received an inquiry about whether physical exams can be completed by a student’s personal doctor. Athletic Director Charlie Karker: “The answer is yes, however they also need the following:
          1) An updated health history form
          2) Urinalysis, height, weight, and vital signs on the form from their doctor
          3)AND their own doctor’s physical exam will still need approval from the school doctor per NYS regulations, prior to practicing.

          If they choose to have their physician do the physical, it would be best if they turn in their completed paperwork on Aug. 3 or Aug. 4 to Tara Hayes, Jr./Sr. High School nurse.”

           

          Athletes honored at 2020-21 Awards Ceremony

          Congratulations to all Fort Plain Central School student-athletes for a great year! The 2020-21 Athletic Awards ceremony was held June 21 in the Jr./Sr. High School auditorium, per new state guidelines, to recognize athletes for their many academic and sports achievements. The Fort Plain Board of Education sponsors the 2nd Effort Awards in addition to the Senior Sportsmanship Awards and the Outstanding Underclassmen Awards.

          At the ceremony, welcome and opening remarks were made by John Bishop, the Fort Plain Central School Superintendent. Awards included the following.

          The following teams were honored as NYSPHSAA Scholar-Athlete academic teams, for maintaining high academic averages while showing good sportsmanship:

          • Golf
          • Girls and Boys Cross Country
          • Girls and Boys Bowling
          • Girls and Boys Basketball
          • Cheerleading
          • Swimming
          • Football
          • Volleyball
          • Girls and Boys Soccer
          • Girls and Boys Track
          • Softball
          • Baseball

          Fall season awards

          • Golf: Most Valuable Golfer WAC Mohawk Division for the team – Evan Crouse
            2nd Effort Award- Brady Keane
            Coaches Award- Owin Landry
          • Cross Country: Most Valuable Girl Runners- Canjo- Olivia Schaffer & FP- Emma Karker
            Most Valuable Boys Runner- Canjo- Ty Perue & FP- Seth Wintermute
            2nd Effort Award- Canjo- Sophie Xiao & Mike Barlow
            FP- Natalie Thibodeau & Mike Harris Jr.

          Winter season awards

          • Girls Bowling: 2nd Effort Award- Sarah Paradiso
          • Boys Bowling: 2nd Effort- Anthony Paradiso
          • Girls Basketball: 2nd Effort Award- Tiffany Hazzard
            D’Arcangelis Super-Sub Award- Marissa Wilder
            Rebounding Award- Erin Crouse
          • Boys Basketball: 2nd Effort Award- Stephen Gray
            D’Arcangelis Super-Sub Award- Estee Smith
          • Wrestling: 2nd Effort Award- Seth Richardson
          • Swimming: 2nd Effort Award- Matt Travis
          • Cheerleading: 2nd Effort Award- Hannah Briggs

          Fall 2 season awards:

          • Football: 2nd Effort Award- Noah Norton
          • Girls Soccer: 2nd Effort Award- Emma Oldick
            D’Arcangelis Super-Sub Award- Madison Delgado
          • Boys Soccer: 2nd Effort Award- Stephen Gray
            D’Arcangelis Super-Sub Award- Kaleb Gallt
          • Volleyball: 2nd Effort Award- Zavia Allen
            Senior Award- Sarah Paradiso

          Spring season awards:

          • Softball: 2nd Effort Award- Ryleigh Hart
            D’Arcangelis Super-Sub Award- Kelsey Buley
          • Girls Track: 2nd Effort Award- Natalie Thibodeau
            Track Award- Emma Karker
            Field Awards- Sarah Paradiso & Sarah Florian
          • Boys Track: 2nd Effort Award- Tyrell Martin
            Track Award- Clayton Welch
            Field Award- Howie Kelley
            Track & Field Award- Seth Richardson
          • Baseball: 2nd Effort Award- Manley Baker III
            D’Arcangelis Super-Sub Award- Bryce Anderson
            Rookie of the Year- Austin Van Gorder & Stephen Gray
            Cy Young Pitching Award (lowest ERA)- Troy Butler
            Highest Batting Average- Troy Butler
            Rich Bower Memorial Baseball Award- Troy Butler
          • Noah Fredericks Senior Girl Track Award- Sarah Paradiso
          • Noah Fredericks Senior Boy Track Award- Seth Wintermute
          • Rich Bower Memorial Cross Country & Track Award- Seth Wintermute
          • Board Of Education Senior Sportsmanship Awards- Tiffany Hazzard & Evan Crouse
          • Fort Plain Coaches Most Improved Awards- Erin Crouse & Martin Nemecek III
          • Board of Education Outstanding Underclassman Awards- Sarah Florian & Robert Jordan
          • William Doerrer & Son Memorial Outstanding Senior Athlete Awards- Sarah Paradiso & Matthew Travis

           

          FPHS 4th Q Principal’s List & Honor Roll announced

          Congratulations to the following Fort Plain Jr./Sr. High School students for achieving Principal’s List and Honor Roll during the 4th quarter of the 2020-21 school year.

          Principal’s List

          7th grade
          Ian Burns
          Josephia Carcasole
          Owen Castellano
          Isaac Clark
          Koby Herron
          McKenna Karker
          Dylan Keane
          Daniel Lancaster
          Kyera Murray
          Constance Narzymski
          Taylor Potter
          Bailie Richardson
          Morgan Stock
          Dawson Tracki

          8th grade
          Jordan Brown
          Yunus Demir
          Dakota Dodson
          James Douglas
          Kaylie Field
          Hannah French
          Ashlynn Hart
          Vienna Jackson
          Payton Landry
          Jasmine Lapi
          Adriyanna Rouse
          Dustin Welch

          9th grade
          Mariah Aney
          Mason Cook
          Courtney Euler
          Aidan Guile
          Kierstan Horender
          Brady Keane
          Sadie Mollel
          Michael Palmeri
          Matthew Paul
          Gracelynn Rice
          Alex Smith
          Marionna Stephens
          Vandwane Tulabing
          Austin VanGorder
          Marissa Wilder

          10th grade
          Americus Cotton
          Cameron David
          Madison Delgado
          Andra Fuhs
          Stephen Gray
          Rylee Herron
          Ethan Kilmartin
          Anthony Paradiso
          Raul Rivera III
          Alex Rivkowich
          Natalie Thibodeau
          Jeffrey Wilday

          11th grade
          Laura Chambers
          Erin Crouse
          Brandon Dygert
          Sarah Florian
          Keagen Ford
          Michael Harris Jr.
          Hailey Hogan
          Robert Jordan
          Shantel Kretser
          Griffin MaGinnis
          Talia Narzymski
          Noah Norton
          Emma Oldick
          Seth Rivkowich
          Estee Smith
          Levi Thomas
          Cheyanne Wahl

          12th grade
          Zavia Allen
          Molli Bates
          Hannah Briggs
          Kristopher Clapper
          Kyle Cook
          Evan Crouse
          Sinem Demir
          Fredrick Hanford
          Tiffany Hazzard
          Grace Hoffman
          Sarah LaComb
          Sarah Paradiso
          Jose Pipero
          Justin Schumacher
          Richard Spicci Jr.
          Sarah Vanasse
          Seth Wintermute

          Honor Roll

          7th grade
          Alexis Buley
          Emma Cook
          Marcus Dunbar-Eller
          Daniel Euler
          Reanna Germond
          Jordynn Gomez
          Isis Hammond
          Rachel Kamp
          Kimberly Kirby
          Alexander Lamphere
          Grace McFee
          Allyson Rathbun
          Bradley Rumrill
          Summer Trumbull

          8th grade
          Zachary Briggs
          Samantha Darrow
          Mariah Deese
          Alexander Ellis
          Adeline Handy
          JulieAnn Kirby
          Damien Massie
          Jorge Medina
          Asaiah Muha
          Addison Parsons
          Nevaeh Rivers
          Emily Rood
          Chase Tyler

          9th grade
          Carter Baldwin
          Karissa Battisti
          Kelsey Buley
          Amelia Cruger
          Jasmine Fonda
          Devan Sanders
          Joseph Sherman
          Payton Skiffington
          Breanna Steinhauer
          James Thomas
          Delana Tracki

          10th grade
          Nura Handy
          Ryleigh Hart
          Madeline Heroth
          Brianna Krutz
          Vivian Nunez
          Rob Rogers
          Kristin Sanders
          Savonna Tyler
          Aleigha Van Alstine

          11th grade
          Bryce Anderson
          Nicholas Blowers
          Dakota Cresong
          Jacob Curtis
          Tucker Jones
          Emma Karker
          Owin Landry
          Ella Logan
          Tyrell Martin
          Lawrence Sinisi
          Robert Trumbull
          Elizabeth VanDycke
          Clayton Welch

          12th grade
          Manley Baker III
          Troy Butler
          Rebecca Ellis
          Krzysztof Kulczynski II
          Joseph LeMoine
          Megan Telfer
          Matthew Travis
          Landen Van Alstine
          Josh Wilder

          Harry Hoag 4th Q Principal’s List & Honor Roll announced

          Congratulations to the following Harry Hoag students for achieving Principal’s List and Honor Roll for the 4th quarter of the 2020-21 school year. Great work!

          Principal’s List

          5th grade
          Alexis Bowley
          Sean McGuire
          Joseph Barr
          Caleigh Bartholomew
          Blake Lapi
          George Mang
          Cristopher Quiroz-Romero
          Elijah Smith
          Daija Suits
          Evan Weaver
          E’nyjah Oldick
          Jordan Gallt
          Brianne Gallt
          Dorian Tracki
          Dio Callan
          Eliyahna Brackett
          Violet Handy
          Elijah Muha

          6th grade
          Kala Clapper
          Mason Gray
          Brayden Hakes
          Hailey Hayes
          Brooke Jones
          Lilly Lapi
          Madison Lewis
          Trent Marriott
          Elle Nare
          Alexis Palmeri
          Zionna Robarge
          Kendra Sackett
          Larry Sanders III
          Silas Smith
          Brady Spaulding
          Riley Spraker
          Kiera St.Louis
          Caitlyn Stephens
          Jordan Thackrah
          Landon VanGorder
          Cheyanne Wall
          Aaliyah Delgado
          Jordyn Best
          Jay Kwasny
          Kaylee Minckler
          Jansheen Haider
          Kayden Battisti
          Levi Hext
          Brodie Poultney
          Sage Smith
          Gamliel Brackett
          Faith Narzymski
          Lyllie Handy
          Nathalieann Hisert
          Dameon Trant
          Trinity Belliveau
          Josiah Darrow
          Jeremy Gebhardt

          Harry Hoag 4th Q Honor Roll

          5th grade
          Sophia Brownell
          Mason Dunbar-Eller
          Sedona Horning
          Lincoln Kretser
          Gabreilla Steinhauer
          Peter Stone IV
          Sawyer Raymond
          Paige Lochner
          Camden Smith
          Xavier Rodriguez

          6th grade
          Gavin Massie
          Ziva Barber
          Keagan Dodson
          Olivia Bailey
          Jonathan Palmeri
          Faith Clark
          Morgan Prime

          American Rescue Plan (ARP)-ESSR funding plan

          Fort Plain Central School District’s ARP-ESSER funding plan

          Introduction

          The 2021-22 enacted state budget includes language requiring local education agencies, such as school districts, that receive funding from the Federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund allocated by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP-ESSER) to post on its website a plan of how these funds will be spent.

          New York has been allocated nearly $9 billion in ARP-ESSER funds, with a minimum of $8.09 billion (90 percent) going to local education agencies, including public schools. The Fort Plain school district received 4.2 million dollars.

          A portion, $840,000 must be allocated to address learning loss through the implementation of evidenced based interventions such as summer learning and enrichment programs, extended school day and after school programs or extended school year programs. Such interventions will respond to the academic, social and emotional needs of students.

          Districts are also required to prioritize spending on non-recurring expenses in the following areas:

          • Safely returning students to in-person instruction;
            Maximizing in-person instruction time;
          • Operating schools and meeting the needs of students;
          • Purchasing educational technology;
          • Addressing the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on students, including the impacts of interrupted instruction and learning loss and the impacts on low-income students, children with disabilities, English language learners, and students experiencing homelessness;
          • Implementing evidence-based strategies to meet students’ social, emotional, mental health, and academic needs;
          • Offering evidence-based summer, afterschool, and other extended learning and enrichment programs; and
            Supporting early childhood education.

          Reflecting on the impact of COVID 19 on students and learning

          The Fort Plain School District is committed to ensuring every student has the opportunity to develop intellectually, socially, emotionally and physically in a safe, orderly and positive environment. Our goal remains to prepare every student for success beyond graduation. For the purpose of developing this plan, stakeholder feedback was collected from parents and caregivers, faculty, department supervisors, technology leaders, athletics and administration.

          Safely returning students to in-person instruction

          Plan Summary: The health and safety of students, staff and their families remain the district’s top priorities for all in-person instruction and school-based activities. The district will follow recommendations and guidance from the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH), New York State Education Department (NYSED), Montgomery County Public Health Department, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

          • Implement health screening protocols
          • Safely transport students
          • Provide food service and retrofit areas for eating
          • Ensure social distance
          • Cohort students according to guidance
          • Provide personal protective equipment

          Maximizing in-person instruction time

          Plan Summary: To the extent possible, students will remain in small cohorts. Upon reopening, class sizes will be reduced to ensure proper social distancing as directed by NYSED and the Departments of Health. Class sizes will reflect the need to ensure that students are positioned at an adequate social distance. To help support social distancing procedures, our schools will minimize the amount of travel throughout the school buildings to the greatest extent possible. Whenever possible, students will utilize outside space for physical education instruction.

          • Maintain low student to teacher contact ratios
          • Reduce class sizes as needed
          • Increase social emotional learning supports
          • Provide tutoring
          • Increase afterschool enrichment opportunities
          • Invest in supplies and materials

          Operating schools and meeting the needs of students

          Plan Summary: The district will make computer devices available to students and teachers who need them. Fort Plain schools has adopted Google Classroom as a primary platform for students/families to access instructional materials and lessons. The district has also adopted Gmail as a universal communication system for both students and teachers. ParentSquare unifies all communication tools from the classroom to the district level, featuring texts, emails and a mobile app to reach families in their preferred method. The district will continue to use ParentSquare to notify staff, students and families/caregivers about school operations to best meet the needs of students. The district will follow its existing engagement and communication protocols with parents regarding the provision of special education services for their children.

          • Enhance student to teacher connections
          • Purchase musical instruments for music program
          • Repurpose existing learning spaces
          • Improve ventilation (explore adding A/C units at high school)
          • Increase access to technology
          • Assistive technology
          • Update PE and fitness equipment

          Addressing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on all students, including low-income students, students with disabilities, English language learners, and students experiencing homelessness

          Plan Summary: The needs of all learners including students from low-income households, students with disabilities, English language learners and students experiencing homelessness will be addressed to the extent possible by targeting funds to these areas. Every effort will be made to ensure all students have the necessary support and resources to meet with academic success and ensure social emotional support is provided. The district’s services to support English language learners will continue to be specific to their individual needs. More specifically, this will include outreach to families to ensure students and families have the necessary resources to ensure success. More specifically, we will ensure students have access to technology, a reliable and stable internet connection, supplies and materials and the necessary tutoring to facilitate success.

          • Purchase WiFis
          • Laptop and Chromebook replacement plan
          • Outdoor WiFi project (Wiles Park and Fields)
          • Expand academic coaching centers
          • Incorporate research based trauma skilled approaches
          • Expand learning labs
          • Offer afterschool tutoring

          Implementing evidence-based strategies to meet students’ social, emotional, mental health and academic needs

          Plan Summary: Fort Plain will work to become a Trauma Skilled School in order to reduce the effects of stress and trauma associated with the pandemic. The focus will be to train the entire workforce to provide the needed support and services to positively impact the daily lives and well being of our students. By helping students to develop personal connections in school and instilling a sense of belonging, regardless of circumstance, this effort is designed to:

          • Increase focus on meeting addressing the social emotional needs of students
          • Employ an Educational Technology Specialist
          • Increase outreach to families
          • Enrich curriculum and instructional materials
          • Support staff training and professional development

          Offering evidence-based summer, afterschool, and other extended learning and enrichment programs

          Plan Summary: Beginning in the summer of 2021, we are offering enrichment opportunities for students in kindergarten through grade 12. In future years, the Fort Plain School District will preserve equity through expansion of services and ensure access for all.

          • Offer summer learning opportunities
          • Expand Coaching Center at Jr./Sr. High School
          • Field trips
          • Assemblies
          • Guest speakers

          Supporting early childhood education

          Plan Summary: Our initial plan to support early childhood education is to provide a summer enrichment program to students in grade kindergarten through grade 2. The intensive summer enrichment program will address learning loss that resulted from uneven instructional opportunities resulting from the pandemic. Grade level teachers will provide standards-based remediation and targeted interventions. Beginning in September, targeted students in grades 3 through 6 will be provided with remediation and enrichment through an afterschool program.

          • Maintain lower class sizes
          • Benchmarking
          • K-6 ELA and Math remediation
          • K-6 Enrichment in Art, Music and World Languages

          Board Meetings, safety plan public hearing July 6 at 6 p.m.

          The Fort Plain Central School District Board of Education will hold a public hearing on the districtwide safety plan, an organizational meeting, and a regular meeting on Tuesday, July 6, at 6 p.m. in the district office conference room. The public is invited and welcome to attend.

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          Fort Plain Throwers continue Sectional success

          Reported by Brad Niles

          Four students standing on discus field

          Monday, June 7, 2021, was another banner day for the Fort Plain Track & Field Throwers.  At the Section 2 Group 5 Field Event Championships held in Berlin, NY, three athletes won Sectional titles, as well as completing other podium worthy finishes. They have carried on the tradition of their predecessors in the throwing events.

          In the previous five Track & Field Sectional competitions, there were six championships earned by Fort Plain Throwers. In 2014, Gabby Bridgewater won the girls Shot Put Competition. In 2015, Nate Florian won the boys Discus Title and finished as runner up in Shot Put.

          In 2016, Nate Florian again won the Discus Title and was runner up in Shot Put. Rhyonn Ford claimed the girls Shot Put title in 2017 and finished third in Discus. That year Quinn Jones finished second in girls Discus.

          2019 saw Hunter Logan sweep both the Shot Put and Discus competitions.  Although there was no Sectional competition in 2020, Fort Plain throwers anxiously awaited their return in 2021.

          For the 2021 Sectional Championships, Sarah Florian claimed the Discus title with a throw of 99 feet and 1 inch. She also finished 4th in the Shot Put event. Her teammate, Sarah Paradiso, claimed 5th in Discus and 1st in Shot Put. Her competition-winning throw was a career best 31 feet 4 inches. In the boys throwing events, Howie Kelley claimed second in the Boys Shot Put event with a career long throw of 39 feet 9.5 inches. He won the Boys Discus Title with a career best throw of 112 feet and 10 inches.

          The Fort Plain Track & Field coaches are proud of these outstanding athletes, as well as all of the athletes on the Track team, both past and present. Everybody has worked to the best of their ability and the positive results speak for themselves. Although season’s ending can be sad, Sectional success makes it easier to wrap up the year!

          In photo from left: Sarah Paradiso, Sarah Florian, Howie Kelley and Tyrell Martin

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