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    • Parent Today Explores How to "Protect Against Highly Contagious Measles"

      An increasing number of measles cases reported in the United States has health officials urging parents to vaccinate their children and be aware of the disease's symptoms. The latest issue of Parent Today, a free e-newsletter for Queensbury parents, explores this topic... click headline for more.

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    • WHBI Named a State School of Character

      William H. Barton Intermediate School was recently named a State School of Character by the Academy for Character Education at The Sage Colleges. This statewide honor recognizes schools for having an effective character education program and a strong, caring school community... click headline for more.

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    •  Students hold a box filled with valentines for veterans.

      Fourth-graders Present WHBI Valentines to Veterans

      Veterans Jack Lord and Leon Spath were greeted warmly at William H. Barton Intermediate School when they stopped by recently to collect hundreds of hand-crafted Valentines for Veterans... click headline for more.

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    WHBI Notes

    • Dig into the Virtual Backpack for information on community events and programs such as:
      • Grades 4-5 afterschool enrichment programs offered by SUNY Adirondack at William H. Barton Intermediate School. The science and art programs, some of which begin in February, include "Lake Investigation," "Life in the Oceans," "Historic Queensbury Art Tower Project" and "Making Movies."
      • "Camp Invention" summer program for grades 1-6. Register by March 20 for a discount.
      • Half- and full-day summer enrichment programs for grades 1-12 offered by WSWHE BOCES. Topics include the culinary and fine arts, foreign languages, science, nature, computer game design and more.
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    John Luthringer
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    Main Number: 824-2600
    Attendance Office: 824-2607
    Nurse's Office: 824-2603
    Fax Number: 824-2681