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Eagle News 5/08/13

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2013 - 2014 HLCSD Budget & Information

ANNUAL BUDGET VOTE AND ELECTION 2013

The Annual Budget Vote and Election will be held on Tuesday, May 21st at the Stuart M. Townsend Middle School, LGI room, 27 Hyland Drive in Lake Luzerne from noon to 8:00 PM.  The public hearing on the 2013-2014 Proposed Budget will be held Monday, May 13th at 6:30 PM at the MS LGI.  Key Facts: Budget Total is $18,939,709 with a 1.37% Tax Levy increase.  This budget maintains academic and extracurricular programs, invests in early reading programming and assessment, increases focus on sharing with BOCES, Corinth and Ballston Spa, plans for the future Grade Reconfiguration.  The propositions include a mini-van purchase, two school buses and a repair reserve of $40,000.  The two Board of Education candidates on the ballot are: Antoinette Lombardi and Gregory Novotarski.  More information on the budget will be mailed to all district residents this week. Questions or Comments on the budget can be answered by the Superintendent of Schools, Paul Berry at BerryP@hlcs.org or by calling 696-2378 ext. 108. For voter registration information or to apply for an absentee ballot, please call the District Clerk at 696-2378 x108 or email yorkr@hlcs.org.

 

HL HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE ENVIROTHON

The Hadley Luzerne Envirothon team took 6th place in the Warren County Envirothon competition during the last week of April. The competition, held each year at the Warren County Fish Hatchery in Warrensburg, challenges teams of high school students to answer questions on Forestry, Wildlife, Soils, Aquatics and a special topic. This year’s special topic was Rangelands since the national competition will be held in July in Montana.  On the individual tests, the HL team scored 2nd  in Aquatics and 3rd in Rangeland.  There were a total of 18 teams competing.   With only one graduating senior, the Hadley Luzerne Envirothon team is already planning for next year. With five seniors next year, the drive to win at the county level and go to the State competition will be huge.  Hadley Luzerne last won the county competition in 2008 and placed 17th at the State competition at SUNY-Cobleskill.

 

HS STUDENT SCHOLAR ATHLETES RECOGNIZED

The Chronicle Award were presented to student athletes– Shelby Backus and Darren Cirillo at the April 22nd Board of Education Meeting.  Students chosen to receive this award include contributions which exemplify both academic and athletic excellence. Ms. Backus and Mr. Cirillo were presented with a plaque as well as featured in The Chronicle newspaper, an area weekly with a circulation near 30,000 copies.  Congratulations!

 

MATH ESTIMATION WINNERS FOR APRIL

PreK – Amber Mack

Kindergarten – Hailey Codacovi

1st Grade – Austin Hayes

2nd Grade – Aislynn Dixon

 

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH FOR APRIL

Pre K –  Caidy Tucker

Kindergarten – Hope Solorzano

1st  Grade –  Elena Starzec

2nd Grade – Vivian Millis

 

PK-2 CHARACTER EDUCATION AWARDS FOR APRIL – “ACCEPTANCE”

Pre K – Adryana Benway, Jacob Mattison

Kindergarten –  Kayden Dunn, Cassandra Eggleston, Wyatt Holcomb, Ryleigh LaFountain, Charles Miner, ,Mason Minholz, Cheyenne Podwirny

1st  Grade – Jacob Blachut, Leonard Fronhofer, Leena Haskell, Matthew Scheff, Saiyuri Tillmon, Joshua Wood

2nd Grade – Carmyn Garrow, Katelyn Hanlon, Jordanna Kenny, Elizabeth Lansburg, Austin Lathers, Christian Tyler

 

SMTMS CHARACTER EDUCATION AWARDS FOR APRIL – “TEAMWORK”

3rd Grade – Devin Allen, Kassidy Carleton, Finn Doherty,

Seth Jurczak, Alicia Lescault, Angelina Livingston

4th Grade – Alyssa Allen, Ken Burdick, Kevin Mason, Megan Skelly, Isaiah Smead, John Smith

5th Grade – Charles Carroll, Michelle Corlew, Britany Guilder,

Donny Harder, Dustin LaFountain, Kendra Storey

6th Grade – Jay Allen, Keira Baird, Amanda Cook, Rheanna Fleming, Cecil Scheff, Erik Schreiner

7th Grade – Robert Deierlein, Andrew Foley, Caitlyn Fuss,

Reice Hayes, Mackenzie Jerome, Samantha Nelson

8th Grade – Jake Baker, Autumn Burns, Lexi DeMarsh, Kyle Frenette, Paul Hinerman, Veronica Howe

 

FROGGY 107 and 100.1 TEACHER OF THE WEEK

Congratulations to Mr. David Diamond, 3rd Grade Elementary Teacher at the Stuart M. Townsend Middle School in Lake Luzerne for being nominated Teacher of the Week.  Mr. Diamond received these much deserved gifts for his commitment to our students: A plaque from Adirondack School Portraits/Adirondack Sports Journal Photos & Trophies, one dozen roses from A Lasting Impression Florist, a gift bag from TCT Federal Credit Union, a gift certificate from Davidson Brothers Restaurant and a gift certificate from Studio 71 Salon.

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The Hadley-Luzerne District is in need of a full time, NYS Licensed, Registered Professional School Nurse (School Calendar).  Please submit a letter of interest, resume, proof of RN license, HLCS employment application (available online at HLCS.org) and three references to: Paul Berry, Superintendent of Schools, HLCS, PO Box 200, 27 Hyland Drive, Lake Luzerne, NY 12846 or email to yorkr@hlcs.org.

 

The Hadley-Luzerne Central School transportation and facilities department is in need of substitute bus monitors and substitute cleaners for the 2013-2014 school year.  An application can be accessed online at HLCS.org or picked up at the Stuart M. Townsend Middle School, Superintendent’s Office.  Completed applications may be mailed to HLCS, PO Box 200, Lake Luzerne, NY  12846 or dropped off at the Main Office, SMTMS, 27 Hyland Drive, Lake Luzerne.

 

The Hadley-Luzerne Central School District is in need of teachers, teaching assistants and aides to work as substitutes in the Hadley-Luzerne Central School District.  Our district utilizes the WSWHE BOCES substitute service to fill these positions, as needed.  If you are interested in substituting please complete the on-line teacher applications at http://www.wswheboces.org click on employment then substitute teacher registry. For further information call Donna J. Wisenburn, Director of Human Resource Services, WSWHE BOCES at 581-3358.

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