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    •  WHBI students make ice cream sundaes

      Sundaes Celebrate Reading Success

      More than 140 fourth- and fifth-graders recently gathered around bowls of sprinkle-topped Stewart's ice cream to celebrate their participation in the Chill Out and Read program... click headline for more

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      Medication Reminder from the School Nurse

      Does your child need to take medicine during the school day? If so, provider and parent permission forms are needed for both prescription and over-the-counter medications. New medication permission forms are required for each new school year... click headline for more

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      WHBI Introduces New Standards-based Report Card

      In fall 2016, William H. Barton Intermediate School introduced a new standards-based report card for students in grades 4-5. The new report card is the product of a collaborative, two-year effort by teachers, support staff, parents and administrators... click headline for more

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    •  Students walk with their backpacks on

      Dismissal Changes Due by Noon to Ensure Students' Safety

      More than 500 students arrive at and leave from William H. Barton Intermediate School every school day. To ensure their safety, WHBI has updated its guidance for parents who would like to change their child's dismissal procedure on a temporary basis... click headline for more

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    WHBI Notes

    • Parent University presents the workshop "The Digitally Literate Student" on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 7 p.m. in the Queensbury High School LGI Room. Parents will use Chromebooks to explore how students work digitally in school and what role parents can play in their children's digital education. Those with students in grades 5-12 are invited to bring their child's assigned Chromebook to the workshop. There will be door prizes for participants and free babysitting for children ages 4 and up. Learn more.

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    • Water Testing: Queensbury Union Free School District has begun the water testing process for all Queensbury buildings, with the assistance of a state-approved laboratory. This process is in accordance with a new law that requires public schools in New York to test all water outlets currently or potentially used for drinking or cooking purposes for lead levels. Learn more.

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    • Find fall festivals, museum events, ski programs and more in the Virtual Backpacks for Community Events and Programs and for Queensbury Parks and Recreation Programs.

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    Gwynne Cosh
    Assistant Principal 

    Main Number: 824-2600
    Attendance Office: 824-2607
    Nurse's Office: 824-2603
    Fax Number: 824-2681