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New visitor identification system in place at school offices

Safety and security has been bolstered at the Fort Plain school buildings with the installation of a new Raptor visitor identification system in the main offices. The system requires all visitors to be vetted by a background check before they are allowed to enter the rest of the building.

“The safety of our students is our highest priority, and the Raptor visitor management system allows us to quickly identify those who may present a danger to our students,” interim Superintendent of Schools Kathy Dougherty said.  “The Raptor system will better allow us to screen visitors, contractors and volunteers in our schools and provide us with a safer environment for our students and staff.”

When a visitor enters the main office, school staff will ask them for a government-issued ID (driver’s license or permit, military ID, etc.) and instruct them to insert the ID into the Raptor system. Raptor will scan the ID and use it to search local and government databases, including the sex offender registry. Office staff will be able to see the results from the scan on a computer before approving the creation of an ID badge that identifies the visitor, the date and the purpose of their visit.  A visitor’s badge will not be necessary for those who visit our schools simply to drop off an item in the office or pick up paperwork.

Visitor information will be stored locally, so returning visitors will not have to scan their ID each time they come to the school. Returning visitors will still have to give their name and wear a photo ID badge when they are in the schools.

The registered sex offender database is the only official database checked by the Raptor system.  No other data from the ID is gathered or recorded and the information is not shared with any outside agency.

Teacher attends prestigious NASA institute in Texas

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Fort Plain Jr./Sr. High School science teacher Patrick Petty’s summer was out-of-this-world. He attended a prestigious professional development program at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. He was one of just 50 educators from across the nation who was selected for the opportunity.

Petty attended the LiftOff Summer Institute in late June. The theme of the institute was Legacy of Apollo, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the U.S. moon landing.

“I cannot speak highly enough of this outstanding opportunity,” Petty said. “In addition to meeting world-class educators from around the country, we had the opportunity to meet Apollo XIII astronauts, crew members and engineers, and countless other NASA employees.”

Petty said highlights of the experience included presentations by Fred Haise, who is one of the surviving Apollo XIII astronauts, and seven-time space walker Jerry Ross, who is NASA’s record-setting frequent flyer.

Petty also heard from several scientists and engineers, including retired NASA engineer Norm Chaffee. He was a propulsion specialist who worked with NASA for more than 50 years on the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo space shuttle projects.

“He was part of the team that designed the propulsion system for the Saturn V and gave us an in-depth tour of the rocket,” Petty said. “Listening to him was like listening to the people who made Columbus’ ships.”

Petty also increased his knowledge of working and living in space by touring various laboratories, and he toured the mock-up facility where astronauts do a majority of their training.

One of the exercises that Petty participated in stationed him in mission control of a simulated space mission.

“Our group was monitoring the status of the ‘spaceship’ and crew from the ground, while the other half of our team was in ‘space’ carrying out a mission,” he said.

The opportunity was sponsored by NASA’s Texas Space Grant Consortium, which selects teachers from across the U.S. who will increase their knowledge of space education through the professional development program.

“It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience and I’m excited to incorporate it into my classroom instruction,” Petty said.

Fort Plain students have already benefited from Petty’s experience. He hosted a week-long space-themed day camp in July for elementary students, with his high school students serving as counselors.

High School Supply List

Updated July 2019. Click a link to view the supply lists for your grade level, or scroll below:

Grade 7

  • One (1) Texas Instrument TI-34 Multi-view calculator
  • Six (6) 1 1/2″ 3-ring Binder
  • Four (4) packs of Looseleaf Paper
  • One (1) Accordian Folder
  • Four (4) Pocket folders
  • Two (2) packs of Dividers w/Tabs (5-Tabs/pack)
  • One (1) pack of Dividers w/Tabs (12-Tabs/pack)
  • One (1) Composition Notebook
  • One (1) Sketchbook 9×12
  • (2) 2 pocket folders w/prongs in center
  • Highlighters (4), assorted colors
  • One (1) USB flash Drive (16G MAX;an 8G would be fine)
  • Pens (Blue or Black), Pencils, Erasers/Eraser Caps
  • FPCS Student Acceptable Use of Technology Form (once received)

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Grade 8

General
Pens
Pencils
Erasers

Music – Mrs. Sincavage
3 ring binder
Pencil

Chorus – Mrs. Sincavage
2 Pocket folder (sturdy)
Pencil

Technology – Mr. Heroth
Composition notebook
Folder

English – Mrs. Yurkewecz
3 ring binder
Pens
Pencils
Paper
2 packages of index cards (1 neon, 1 white)
Report cover

Math – Mrs. Summerfield
3 ring binder
Loose leaf paper
Notebook paper
Pencils
Texas Instrument TI-34 Multi-view Calculator is optional

Algebra – Mrs. Summerfield
3 ring binder
Loose leaf paper
Notebook paper
Pencils
Texas Instrument TI-34 Multi-view Calculator is optional

Science – Mr. Petty
2” – 3 ring binder
Pens
Pencils

Social Studies – Mrs. Gray
2” 3 ring binder
Highlighters
Pens
Pencils

Spanish 8 – Dr. Pombrio
Two (2) 2-pocket folders with prongs in center
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils

Health – Mr. Thibodeau
1 spiral notebook
1 pocket folder

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Grade 9

General
Pens
Pencils

English 9 Honors – Mrs. McCall
Notebook or looseleaf paper
Folder or binder
Pens
Pencils

Health – Mr. Thibodeau
1 subject spiral notebook
2 pocket folder

English 9 – Mrs. Clute
Composition notebook
2 pocket folders
Pens
Pencils
2″ 3 ring binder

English 9R – Mrs. Yurkewecz
3 ring binder
2 packages of index cards – 1 white, 1 neon
1 report cover (portfolio)
Pens
Paper
Pencils

Algebra  – Mrs. Summerfield
3 ring binder
Looseleaf paper
Notebook paper
Pencils
Texas Instruments TI-34 graphing calculator is optional

Algebra Year I – Mrs. Waner
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils
Notebook
3 ring binder
Graphing calculator is optional

Geometry – Mrs. DiBiase
3 ring binder
Looseleaf paper
Writing utensils
Graphing calculator suggested

Earth Science 9R/9H – Mr. Elliott
Check website
Eight (8) 2-pocket folders

Living Environment I – Mr. Petty
2″ 3-ring binder
Pen
Pencil

Global 9 – Mrs. Sacco
3-ring binder
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils

Spanish 2 – Mrs. Jarabek
Binder
Highlighters

Spanish 1 – Dr. Pombrio
1 1/2″ binder
8 dividers
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils

Calculator Math – Mrs. Capece
Pens
Pencils
Loose leaf paper
3 ring binder

Resource Room – Mrs. Bleichner
Assignment Planner
Flash drive

Chorus – Mrs. Sincavage
2 pocket folder (sturdy)
Pencil

Computer Music Tech – Mrs. Sincavage
3 ring binder
Pencil

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Grade 10

General 
loose leaf paper
pens
pencils

Chorus – Mrs. Sincavage
2 pocket folders (sturdy)
Pencil

Computer Music Tech – Mrs. Sincavage
3 ring binder
Pencil

English 10 R&H – Mrs. McCall
Notebook or loose leaf paper
Pens
Thumb/flash drive

Algebra Year II – Mrs. Waner
Loose leaf paper
Pens
Pencils
Notebook
3 ring binder
Graphing calculator is optional

Geometry – Mrs. DiBiase
3 ring binder
Writing utensils
Looseleaf paper
Graphic calculator suggested

Trigonometry – Mrs. Waner
Loose leaf paper
Pens
Pencils
Notebook
3 ring binder
Graphing calculator is optional

Living Environment H – Mr. Jarabek
1” 3 ring binder
Pens

Living Environment I – Mr. Petty
2″ 3-ring binder

Global 10 – Mrs. Goodwin
Asignment notebook
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils

Global H – Mr. Ryan
Binder
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Highlighters

Global R – Mr. Ryan
Binder
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Highlighters

Spanish 3 – Mrs. Jarabek
Binder
Highlighters

Spanish 1 – Dr. Pombrio
1 ½” binder
8 dividers
Paper
Pens
Pencils

Health – Mr. Thibodeau
1 subject spiral notebook
2 pocket folder

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Grade 11

General
Loose leaf paper
Pens
Pencils

Pre-Calculus – Mrs. DiBiase
3 ring binder
Writing utensils
Looseleaf paper
Graphic calculator sugested

Trigonometry – Mrs. Waner
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils
3 ring binder
Graphing calculator is optional

FMCC Math – Mrs. Waner
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils
3 ring binder
Graphing calculator is optional

Chemistry R – Mr. Jarabek
½” 3 ring binder
Calculator
Pens

Astronomy – Mr. Elliott
Composition notebook (9 3/4×71/2) 100 sheets

A.P. Bio – Mr. Jarabek
½” 3 ring binder
Access to a computer
Pens
Paper

SUNY Psychology – Mr. Ryan
Binder
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Highlighters

US History R – Mr. Ryan
Binder
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Highlighters

US History – Mrs. Goodwin
Assignment notebooks
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils

Spanish 4 – Mrs. Jarabek
Binder
Highlighters

Spanish 1 – Dr. Pombrio
1 ½“ binder
8 dividers
Paper
Pens
Pencils

Geometry – Mrs. DiBiase
3 ring binder
Writing utensils
Looseleaf paper

Calculator Math – Mrs. Capece
Pens
Pencils
Looseleaf paper
3 ring binder

US History – Mrs. Gray
2″ 3 ring binder
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils

Sociology – Mrs. Gray
Folder
Looseleaf Paper
Pens
Pencils

Health – Mr. Thibodeau
1 subject spiral notebook
2 pocket folder

English 11 R – Mrs. Trembley
3 ring binder
Loose leaf paper
Blue or black pens
Highlighters
Notecards

English 11 H – Mrs. Trembley
3 ring binder
Loose leaf paper
Blue or black pens
Highlighters
Notecards

Chorus – Mrs. Sincavage
2 pocket folder (sturdy)
Pencil

Computer Music Tech – Mrs. Sincavage
3 ring binder
Pencil

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Grade 12

General
Pens
Pencils 
Loose leaf paper

Chorus – Mrs. Sincavage
2 pocket folder (sturdy)
Pencil

Computer Music Tech – Mrs. Sincavage
3 ring binder
Pencil

Government – Mrs. Sacco
2 pocket folder
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils

Astronomy – Mr. Elliott
Composition notebook (9 3/4×71/2) 100 sheets

Sociology – Mrs. Gray
Folder
Looseleaf Paper
Pens
Pencils

SUNY Psychology – Mr. Ryan
Binder
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Highlighters

Travel thru MV – Mr. Niles
3 ring binder (2” or bigger)
Lined paper
Pens
Highlighters

Economics – Mrs. Sacco
2 pocket folder
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils

Economics – Ms. Goodwin
Assignment Notebooks
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils

Film Studies – Mrs. McCall
Notebook or looseleaf paper
Pens

SUNY ENG – Mrs. McCall
Notebook or Looseleaf paper
Folder or binder
Pens
Pencils

English 12R – Mrs. Trembley
3 ring binder
Looseleaf paper
Blue or black pens
Highlighters
Notecards

Geometry – Mrs. DiBiase
3 ring binder
Writing utensils
Loose leaf paper

Physics – Mrs. DiBiase
3 ring binder
Writing utensils
Looseleaf paper
Graphing calculator suggested

Pre-Calculus – Mrs. DiBiase
3 ring binder
Writing utensils
Looseleaf paper

Calculus – Mrs. DiBiase
3 ring binder
Writing utensils
Looseleaf paper
Graphing calculator suggested

Trigonometry – Mrs. Waner
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils
3 ring binder
Graphing calculator is optional

FMCC – Mrs. Waner
Looseleaf paper
Pens
Pencils
3 ring binder
Graphing calculator is optional

Spanish 5 – Mrs. Jarabek
Binder
Highlighters

Spanish 1 – Dr. Pombrio
1 ½ “ binder
8 dividers
Paper
Pens
Pencils

Calculator Math – Mrs. Capece
Pens
Pencils
Looseleaf paper

Algebra 9-12 – Mrs. Goodwin
Texas Inst. Scientific Calculator
Pens
Pencils
Looseleaf paper

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Physical Education 7-12

Mr. Stockwell
Change of clothes: Sneakers, socks, shorts or windpants, shirt. May need sweatshirts for colder days.

Food and Nutrition 7-12

Mrs. Cooley
Binder or folder
Looseleaf paper
Pens/pencils

Gourmet/Int. Foods 7-12

Mrs. Cooley
Binder or folder
Looseleaf paper
Pens/pencils

Food Science 7-12

Mrs. Cooley
Binder or folder
Looseleaf paper
Pens/pencils

Home Economics 7-12

Mrs. Cooley
Binder or folder
Looseleaf paper
Pens/pencils

APEX 7-12

Mrs. Smith
Pocket folder
Spiral notebook
Pens/pencils

Academic Coaching 7-12

Mrs. Smith
Pocket folder
Pens/pencils

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The Canajoharie-Fort Plain Drama Club Present Newsies

The Canajoharie-Fort Plain Summer Drama Club will present the Broadway musical, “Newsies” on July 26th at 27th at the Fort Plain High School.

Based loosely on the newsboys’ strike of 1899, “Newsies” tells the story of Jack Kelly and his gang of struggling newspaper hawkers in New York City, selling copies of the NY World on the streets of Manhattan. When Joe Pulitzer suddenly raises the price that the newsies must pay, Jack galvanizes the other boys and girls to go on strike.

“Newsies” stars Christian Jones of Canajoharie in the role of Jack Kelly. His closest allies are Crutchie, played by Fort Plain’s Keagen Ford, Dacey who is portrayed by Alex Gyurik of Canajoharie, and Les who is played by Faith Clark of Fort Plain. They are joined by fellow newsies: Talia Narzymski, Chad Rogers, Jasmine Lapi, Payton Landry, Dawson Sweet, Michael Palmeri, Sadie Kersey, Nura Handy, Amelia Gallagher, Richard, Catarino, Vivian Nunez, Eliza Cechnicki, and Vienna Jackson.

The newsie chorus features Avery Merchant, Country Hammond, Lilly Lapi, Quinlan Forrest, Caleigh Bartholomew, Aileen Germond, Emery Frew, Brooke Jones, Natashia Hammond, Isis Hammond, Grace McFee, Amelia Hoag, Adeline Handy, Angelina Kersey, and Reanna Germond.

Along the way, Jack and his pals are helped out by their friend and theatre owner Medda (Jillian Rockefeller) and the reporter Katherine Plummer (Sarah Paradiso). They are up against the tough Joseph Pulitzer (Anthony Paradiso) and his office staff played by Jennifer Cechnicki, Kathryn McGowan, and Max Richtmyer. Having fun in the roles of “bad guys” are Kristy McFee (Snyder), Josh Cechnicki (Wiesel), Matt Ford & Michael Broady (The Delancey Brothers) and Matthew Summerfield (Cop). Filling out the remaining roles are Michael Hoffman (Nunzio/Stage Manager), Todd McFee (Mayor) and Mason Rogers (Roosevelt). The show also features guest dancers Samantha Barlow, Nathaniel Diamond, and Hailey Weaver.

The cast of 49 is led by director Lauri Broady and musical director Norma Bowley. Mike Broady serves as the sound director, assisted by Parker Forrest. Catherine Twitchell is the lighting director, with Robbie Rogers on the spotlight. The stage manager is Michael Hoffman, heading a crew consisting of Autumn Dodson and Selena Dumond-Halse.

“Newsies” will be performed at Fort Plain Jr/Sr High School on Friday night, July 26th at 7:00 p.m., with a matinee performance on Saturday, July 27th at 2:00 p.m. Admission is $7 for adults and $5 for seniors/children/students.

Students play on Unified Basketball Team at the New York State Special Olympics Summer Games

Isaiah Norton, Raul Rivera and Lisa Petty

Isaiah Norton and Raul Rivera were selected from Fort Plain to participate in the New York State Special Olympics Summer Games by playing on the Unified Basketball team representing the Capital Region. The team was put together by Jess Verrigini, the coach of the Amsterdam Unified Basketball team.

On Friday, June 14, the team traveled to Vassar College in Dutchess County for the games. On Friday night, they attended the opening ceremonies where the Olympic torch was brought into the stadium to begin the games by the New York State Troopers. The torch run started in Buffalo and was carried by community members throughout the state.

Saturday, June 15, was competition day, and the team won a bronze medal.

“I had a lot of fun that weekend,” Isaiah Norton said. “It was an experience I’ll never forget. I made friends with a lot of athletes. Most of all, I am excited about next year.”

Also joining Norton and Raul was Fort Plain’s Jr./Sr. High School Teacher, Lisa Petty. Petty is a New York State Certified Special Olympic Coach.

“I thoroughly enjoyed the entire Special Olympic experience,” Petty said.

Fort Plain Spring Sports Reception and End of Year Awards

NYSPHSAA “School of Excellence”-  Sixteen (16) of seventeen (17)- Varsity Sports had a 90 average for 75% of the team members. Western Athletic Conference Mohawk Division Scholar Male Athlete- Bryce Thibodeau

Softball: WAC Mohawk Division MVP– Michaela Stockwell
WAC 1st Team All-Stars- Jenna Reese (OESJ- Fontana LaCoppla); 2nd Team- (OESJ-Abby Johnson)
Second Effort- Jenna Reese
Most Valuable Player – Michaela Stockwell
D’Arcangelis Super-Sub Award- Faith-Araya Rende

Girls Track & Field: Second Effort- Cheyanne Wahl
Outstanding Track- Molli Bates
Outstanding Field- Quinn Jones
Outstanding Track & Field- Sarah Florian
Noah Fredericks Memorial Senior Track Award– Quinn Jones
Roland Littrell Jr. Memorial “Love of Running” Award– Sherry Huang
Rich Bower Memorial Track & Cross Country Award– Sherry Huang

Boys Track & Field: Second Effort- Howie Kelley
Outstanding Track- Mekhi Lanier
Outstanding Field- Hunter Logan
Outstanding Track & Field- Joe Le Moine
Noah Fredericks Memorial Senior Track Award– Patrick Murphy
Roland Littrell Jr. Memorial “Love of Running” Award– Seth Wintermute

Baseball: WAC Mohawk Division Co-MVP– Troy Butler
WAC All-Stars– Bryce Thibodeau, John Cortese, Brady Fureno, Nate Buley, Josh Nellis
Second Effort- Dawson Nare
Outstanding Pitcher- John Cortese
Defensive Player- Jaxson Yacowenia
Most Improved- Taylor Gifford
D’Arcangelis Super-Sub Award- Jalen Hall
Shannon Fureno Memorial Baseball Award– Josh Nellis
Rich Bower Memorial Baseball Awards– Bryce Thibodeau & Brady Fureno
Bo Baker Memorial Award- Highest Batting Average– Troy Butler (.530)

Board of Education Senior Sportsmanship Awards– Quinn Jones & Jalen Hall

Carol Christie Mancini Memorial Cheerleading Award– Quinn Jones
Jane Karker Memorial Cheerleading Coach’s Award– Jasmin Rouse

Coaches Most Improved Girl Award (Gr. 9-12) – Cara Porter
Coaches Most Improved Boy Award (Gr. 9-12) – Troy Butler

Board of Education Outstanding Underclass Girl– Michaela Stockwell
Board of Education Outstanding Underclass Boy– Brady Fureno

William Doerrer & Son Outstanding Senior Girl– Emily Abrams
William Doerrer & Son Outstanding Senior Boy– Jaxson Yacowenia

A Message From the Fort Plain Superintendent

To the Fort Plain Community,

Almost four years ago I had the good fortune to be chosen to serve as superintendent of the Fort Plain Central School District. Over that period of time, I’ve learned that the Fort Plain community, students, faculty/staff, and Board of Education collectively form an exceptional school district. I am very happy at Fort Plain and would be content to spend the remainder of my career here as superintendent.

However, a unique opportunity that I did not expect became available this year. The decision to apply for a new position was one I wrestled with because I have great affection for the Fort Plain students, staff and community. After months of contemplating pursuing the opportunity, I made the decision to apply and recently accepted an offer to assume the position of District Superintendent/Chief Executive Officer at HFM BOCES. My formal appointment is scheduled to occur on May 29. I will assume the position in August.

I am proud of Fort Plain, our school, and the work we have engaged in over the past four years. The Board, faculty, and staff are on a path that truly benefits our students. I assure you that it took a truly exceptional opportunity to lure me from Fort Plain.

It has been an honor to serve the Fort Plain Central School District as superintendent. I will always be proud of our work and grateful for the opportunity.

Very warmly,

Dave Ziskin
Superintendent

HFM BOCES Announcement 

Varsity and JV Spring Sports & Annual Awards Reception

The Fort Plain varsity and junior varsity spring sports teams
will be recognized at a reception to be held on Thursday, June
13th at 6:30 p.m. in the JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH schooL AUDITORIUM.

Presentations of the annual all-sports awards and memorial awards will be also done at this time. Family members and friends of any of the varsity and junior varsity sports teams are invited to attend the reception.

Fort Plain’s National Honor Society Inducts Nine on Saturday, May 11

eight students that were inducted into the national honor society
This year’s NHS inductees

The Fort Plain Central School National Honor Society inducted nine new members at its annual induction ceremony and banquet on Saturday, May 11, 2019.

The new members are Nathaniel Beam, Gulum Demir, Brady Fureno, Taylor Gifford, Jasmine Livingston, Willow MaGinnis, Crystal Smith, Michaela Stockwell, and Lauren Weinberger.

Chapter president Sherry Huang opened the ceremony by welcoming the attendees. She began her speech with a quote by Holly Goldberg Sloan, “That was one of the secrets to success: caring about the big things and the small things.”

Huang went on to say good character is harder to achieve than good grades
because character is not a conscious decision.

“Grades show what you are capable of. Character shows who you really are. Success shows both.”

To be considered membership in the National Honor Society you need to have all four of these criteria:

Scholarship—a minimum GPA of 89.955
Service—volunteering at school or in the community
Leadership—in the classroom, athletics or extracurricular activities
Character—good citizenship, ethics, and conduct both in and outside of
school.

NHS Members who will graduate this year
NHS Members who will graduate this year

National Honor Society Adviser Denise Smith spoke, thanking the administration, faculty, and staff for their support of the Honor Society and the night’s event. She further thanked parents for supporting their children’s endeavors.

Smith offered National Honor Society members advice as they begin to embark on their new journey:

Think: Do not stop thinking. “Focus on what YOU believe is important – but make sure it is for the right reasons,” Smith said, “Go deep into what you care about, understand all sides of an argument, and always make sure you have data and science on your side. Allow your opinions to be altered by new information, and remember that it is always easier to criticize than to solve, because solving requires thinking.”

Think Big: “Our world is chock full of diversified groups of people. For the sake of simplicity, let us think about dividing these vast groups into two groups of people — Big people and small people. I am not referencing the size of the people in these two groups, but merely the essence of the people belonging to these groups.” Smith goes on to say, “Whichever group you choose to belong to, try to expand your horizons beyond the ordinary. Be curious. Ask questions, but always challenge yourselves to think BIG!”

Lastly, Think Back: “You are surrounded by your friends, your family, and some of your teachers. Do not ever forget these people. These are the people who have played a role in your success thus far, and regardless of where you end up, they will be a big part of that as well.”

Smith ended with, “Even though you are about to head in many different directions, there is nothing that will ever compare to the people from your childhood. Always remember to keep them in your lives.”

7th Grade trip to Bassett Hospital

On Friday, May 10th, students in Mr. Smith’s 7th Grade Life Science class took part in Bassett Hospital’s “Up Close Cardiac Surgery Program.”  The Interactive session helped students understand how their choices impact the development of heart disease.  Students were taught cardiovascular concepts by other students from the New Visions program and watched a recording of a heart surgery narrated by a cardiac surgeon.

 Kassidy Hogan, Courtney Euler, Amber Chrisman, Ryan Hazlett and Zach Sanders learn about the anatomy of the human heart from New Visions Students.
Kassidy Hogan, Courtney Euler, Amber Chrisman, Ryan Hazlett, and Zach Sanders learn about the anatomy of the human heart from New Visions Students.
Ezekiel Brown learns how an EKG monitor works
Ezekiel Brown learns how an EKG monitor works
photo of an interactive Heart surgery video.
Photo of an interactive Heart surgery video.
A Photo of an interactive Heart surgery video.
Photo of an interactive Heart surgery video.

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