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Ginger Storey-Welch
· October 14, 2017
I taught at CPCS for 33 yrs. One of the things I loved about the school was the "culture of care" that permeated the school. It's a place where it's hard to fall through the cracks.
Cassie Lynn Moore
· September 5, 2017
CPCS is an awesome school i usd to go there until i moved at the end of 7th grade i miss everyone
Brian Fisher
· July 10, 2017
excellent school back in 1996. I really miss the teachers and friends there.
Joanne Lincoln
· January 18, 2017
We went through some rough years, but now with a strong administration we are a community behind our excellent education institution!
Elaine Hurley McGee
· March 30, 2017
Where our teachers & administrators are truely heros!!!! 03/18/2013
Emma Pitcher
· March 25, 2017
I go to Colton school I love this school. Love the teacher and everything els
Parents and community members, We are aware of the wind chill advisory for Friday. Predicted temperatures can be dangerous with as few as 10 minutes of direct exposure. CPCS is in a unique position in that we have no walkers and no group pick-ups. Our buses come to every household. In these conditions, students should wait inside and watch for our buses. Total time outside will be the walk from the bus to the house (maybe 1 minute). This does not pose a safety issue. The school will likely be warmer than home for many students, so we intend to bring them in and make sure everyone has a hot meal and remains warm for the day barring any new information. We do ask that students wear their coats, gloves and hats as appropriate in such temperatures. As an added precaution, we will keep an extra bus running at the school to minimize response time should any mechanical issues arise. We will also start our vehicles early tomorrow and recommend that everyone do the same with vehicles at home. We do recognize that these temperatures are far too cold for outdoor activities like skiing, so we have canceled ski club for this week. Stay warm and be safe!
December 2017 Elementary Concert
Colton-Pierrepont Central School added 3 new photoscelebrating our students at SUNY Potsdam.
15 hrsPotsdam, NY

Thanks to the SUNY Potsdam Center for Diversity for hosting our seniors for activities and discussions this afternoon. #COLTureChat

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The seniors rocked their mock interviews at Gateways today. #ColtureChat

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We are anticipating some elementary openings for next year. Know any strong teachers that want to work in a collaborative and innovative environment? We want the best teammates we can find. Please share and help us recruit!

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How fun!

Mrs. Brown's 3rd Grade added 12 new photos.

We had a blast building simple machines and working collaboratively with our group members.

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Diane Ladison

CPCS Class of 2020 is sponsoring All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet with the Easter Bunny on Sunday, March 18th from
8 am - 12 Noon with an Easter Egg Hunt at Noon for kids ages 0-12 on the playground. Lots of food & eggs!

The roads out there are bad and the snow is supposed to get heavier throughout the day. CPCS will be closed for Wednesday, 3/14. Stay safe out there!

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Our students are making an impression!

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Rep. Elise Stefanik

Thanks to Colton-Pierrepont Central School seniors for visiting my office yesterday as part of their Close Up Washington D.C. trip. I was very impressed by their ideas to strengthen school safety and appreciated the dialogue!

Colton-Pierrepont Central School is celebrating our students.

Abby is on the brochure!

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Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

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Colton-Pierrepont Library Media Center

And, here we go! Happy Birthday!! Let's get reading!

Our administrative team joining in our Read Across America/ Dr. Seuss Week Celebration!

There are so many cool pictures of Read Across America week! Please visit our library page to see more.

Colton-Pierrepont Library Media Center added 17 new photos to the album: Read Across America 2018.

Read Across America / Dr. Seuss celebrating photo booth pics. #COLTureChat #ReadAcrossAmerica #readingmatters #weloveDrSeuss 💕📚👍

This guy is everywhere!

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Mrs. Brown's 3rd Grade

The Cat in the Hat (AKA Mr. Nee) kicked off our Read Across America Week by reading two Dr. Seuss books.

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CPCS Fourth Grade Fab added 2 new photos.

We had a special reading guest to kick off Read Across America Week!

Attention: The Senior Trip Parent meeting has been rescheduled for 6:00pm, Thursday, March 1st in room 113. Thank you!