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Proud to be a Hilltopper

Hilltopper pride is strong in Fort Plain. Our Topper Pride video series explores the many reasons members of the Fort Plain school community, including students, alumni, faculty, staff and administrators, are proud of their experiences, knowledge and friendships gained here.

If you would like to be featured in a Topper Pride video, please email communications@fortplain.org.

Proud to be a Topper: Harry Hoag Student Council Rep Anna-Belle

Anna-Belle is the 6th grade representative on the Harry Hoag Elementary School Student Council. Listen to why Anna-Belle is proud to be a Topper.

Proud to be Toppers: The officers of the Harry Hoag Student Council

The Harry Hoag School Student Council is led by 6th grade students Molly, Lainie, Coco and Gavin, who serve as president, vice president, secretary and treasurer, respectively. Listen to why our Student Council officers are proud to be Toppers!

Proud to be a Topper: David Bertram, Director of Student Engagement and Athletics

David Bertram joined the Fort Plain Central School District staff this past summer as Director of Student Engagement & Athletics. In his position, he focuses on student activities and athletics and mentors coaches. Here is why David is proud to be a Topper:

Proud to be a Topper: Matt Holden, English teacher

Matt Holden teaches 7th grade English at Fort Plain Jr./Sr High School. He speaks highly of his students, their families and his school. Here is why Matt is proud to be a Topper:

Proud to be a Topper: Dorian Tracki, 7th grade student

Dorian is a 7th grade student at Fort Plain Jr./Sr High School who joined with classmates in participating in our Topper Pride video series and finds school to be a very positive place. Here is why Dorian is proud to be a Topper:

Proud to be a Topper: Savannah Maddox, 7th grade student

Savannah is a 7th grade student at Fort Plain Jr./Sr High School who has only good things to say about her school after recently moving into the district. Here is why Savannah is proud to be a Topper:

Proud to be a Topper: Peyton Dillenbeck, 7th grade student

Peyton is a 7th grade student at Fort Plain Jr./Sr High School. He was the first student in his class to volunteer to participate in Topper Pride, and he also encouraged others to share their experiences. Here is why Peyton is proud to be a Topper:

Proud to be a Topper: Evan Weaver, 7th grade student

Evan is a 7th grade student at Fort Plain Jr./Sr High School. He enjoys many things about his school, and his favorite subject to study is history. Here is why he is proud to be a Topper:

Proud to be a Topper: Sonja Purinton, Special Education Teacher

Sonja joined the Harry Hoag faculty in fall 2022. An experienced educator who lives with her family at their working farm, she loves her new teaching position with Fort Plain. Here are Sonja’s reasons why she is proud to be a Topper:

Proud to be a Topper: Jayden Sackett, FPHS Class of 2022 & FPFD Volunteer Firefighter

Jayden graduated from Fort Plain High School in June 2022 and serves as a volunteer firefighter with the Fort Plain Fire Department. He visited Harry Hoag Elementary with the FPFD in October 2022 to help teach fire safety to young students. Jayden is training to become a professional firefighter at the Watervliet Arsenal. Here are Jayden’s reasons why he is proud to be a Topper:

Proud to be a Topper: Jonathan Williams, FPHS Class of 2022 & FPFD Volunteer Firefighter

Jonathan graduated from Fort Plain High School in June 2022 and serves as a volunteer firefighter with the Fort Plain Fire Department. He visited Harry Hoag Elementary with the FPFD in October 2022 to help teach fire safety to young students. As of that time, Jonathan was in the process of starting a new job in the area. Here are Jonathan’s reasons why he is proud to be a Topper:

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