The Paw Print
    Middle/High School Newsletter
    Friday, October 25, 2019

    Dates to Remember

    • Tuesday, October 29 - School Picture Retake Day
    • Tuesday, October 29 - Student Council Blood Drive
    • Monday, November 4 - Art Club Chocolate Sale Begins
    • Friday, November 8 - End of Marking Period 1
    • Saturday, November 9 - Basketball Pancake Fundraiser
    • Saturday, November 9 - Youth Leadership Summit in Bath

    Terrific Tigers

    • Congratulations to Devin Stowe, who was selected as Section V Boys Soccer Sports Locker Player of the Week 6!


    As a part of our school's Halloween traditions, students have the option to wear an appropriate costume to school on Thursday, October 31st. As always, students are not required to wear a costume. For anyone that plans to wear a costume to school, please adhere to the following guidelines: Costumes may not include a mask. All costumes accessories deemed dangerous or resemble weapons are not permitted. Costumes of excessive gore are not acceptable. Please be aware that students not following the guidelines, or whose costume is in violation of the school's dress code will be asked to change. We look forward to seeing all of the fun and creative costumes for Halloween. 

    Scholarships Available

    New scholarships posted to the page include the NYS Credit Union League Scholarship, and the ServU Smart Saver Award. Check them out on our scholarship page here.

    Red Ribbon 

    This week is Red Ribbon Week, which is an annual alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention awareness campaign. The school's Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club has asked students to wear red on Wednesday, October 30th, in support of Red Ribbon Week. 

    Community Program: SUNY Corning Community College Open House

    SUNY Corning Community College is hosting its annual Fall Open House on October 26th. Registration starts at 11am and the program starts at 1pm. You can register online here. Special activities for Early Arrivers, including complimentary lunch (try out the dining hall food!) Students can talk about options for majors with faculty, talk about campus life with student ambassadors, talk about career services with staff and tour campus and see the facilities first-hand. Not sure about a major? There's a presentation for that: what to do if you're not sure. Does paying for college sound scary? There's a presentation for that too. Want to transfer? You guessed it ... the Provost will walk guests through our agreements that make earning a bachelor's, master's, and even a doctoral degree seamless -- for students who start at SUNY CCC simply because of the agreements we have in place with top-tier institutions (St. John Fisher College, Upstate Medical College, University at Buffalo, and more!)

    Community Program: Arnot Ogden Medical Center School of Nursing Information Session

    On Saturday, October 26 at 10am, The Arnot Ogden Medical Center is hosting an information session at the LD Clute Education Building in Elmira. If you are thinking about becoming a nurse or you are a licensed practical nurse looking to advance to registered nursing, Arnot Ogden Medical Center School of Nursing could be the right choice for you. Tour the campus, meet faculty members, learn about admission requirements and how to apply. For more information please call (607) 737-4153 or email MLyon@arnothealth.org.

    Community Event: Red Ribbon Candlelight Vigil

    The Hornell Area Concern for Youth, Inc. is hosting a candlelight vigil to bring awareness to the impact of substance abuse on individuals, family members and communities on Tuesday, October 29 at 7pm. This event will be held at 42 Broadway Mall, Hornell (former Ponderosa building.)

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