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Copenhagen Central School Summer 2010 Newsletter

Newsletter Date Volume 1, Issue 1


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From the Desk of the Superintendent Dear District Residents, I would like to share with you several pieces of news about our district. Summer Activities: This summer is filled with lots of exciting activities for our students: 

Our summer athletic camps are running throughout the summer.

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The Village Recreation Program is running with lots of students participating in the program. We have enjoyed the partnership with the village!

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Our summer soccer programs are engaging students at various levels. We are encouraging students to enjoy the game as well as learn some new skills.

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STARS is offering some summer opportunities as well as morning and afternoon hours to compliment the Village Recreation Program.

Mrs. Greene is offering open library hours as well as a summer library camp for grades 4, 5 and 6.

Retirements Two staff members will be missing this fall from the busses and roads of Copenhagen Central School District. The two drivers have been at Copenhagen for a total of 68+ years and have made a huge impact on the students at Copenhagen. We thank them for their service to the school and community. 

Mrs. Judy Scoville has been working for the district for 32+ years in the transportation department and in the cafeteria. She was always very professional and made sure that our students got to school and home safely. In the cafeteria, Judy made it a point to connect with the students. Judy will enjoy her retirement spending time with her children and grandchildren.

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Mrs. Sue Mattis has been working for the district for 36 years in the transportation department. She has a permanent seat at the bus garage and her ability to connect with the children on her bus will be greatly missed.

Sue will enjoy her retirement

spending time with her children and grandchildren. Thanks I would like to thank the Copenhagen community for allowing me to serve as Superintendent of Copenhagen Central School District for the past three years. I have enjoyed my experiences at Copenhagen as I have had many excellent administrative experiences and I have grown as an educator while at Copenhagen. Copenhagen has a wonderful community, staff and students that I will miss greatly. I appreciate having had the opportunity to be a member of the Copenhagen Central School District and offer my best wishes for continued success at the school district. Sincerely,

Mary-Margaret Zehr Superintendent


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Senior Graduation 2010 Graduating Senior and Class Salutatorian Kayla Nicole McNamara welcomed attendees for the 2010 commencement exercises held at Copenhagen Central School on Sunday, June 27, 2010. Mrs. Catherine Dannan gave the commencement address. Mr. Fred Tomaselli, Mr. Lawrence Woodruff, Jr., Board of Education Members, Mrs. Nadine O’Shaughnessy, K-12 Principal, and Mrs. Mary-Margaret Zehr, Superintendent, presented diplomas and awards to the following graduates:              

Joshua S. Alberry Dylan Michael Bancroft Bui, Dung Duc Sandra Kay Church Cassandra Almarion Colton Zachary Phillip DeCecchis Chelsea Lee Dicob Dylan Thomas Eddy Nathan Stephen Eisel Ryan John Fitzpatrick Marcy Helen Flanders Ryan Joseph Gaines Jacob Griep John Peter Hanchek Joshua S. Alberry Zachary Phillip DeCecchis

Nathan Stephen Eisel Ryan John Fitzpatrick Marcy Helen Flanders

John Peter Hanchek

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William James Henry David Michael Hovendon Andrea Rene Jackson Sarah Lynn Jolliff Christopher Allan Kellogg Blake Ernest LaBarge Emily Kathryn Lance Barbora Linhartova Ryan Francis Lortie Lucas Jon Main Kayla Nicole McNamara Amber Lee Mitchell Annabel Elizabeth Mono Briana Keri Moser

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Sarah Marie Putman Chelsea Opal Pyland Colby James Rivers Rebeka Fay Roberts Brittney Nichole Rogers Jared Donald Salisbury Paul Andrew Sawyer Tyler D. Sutton Philip Michael Tanner Anthony Garrette Thompson Amberlei Nicole VanEpps Meghann LaJune Woodruff Sarah Ann Woodruff

Class of 2010—Graduation Awards

Medallion for Excellence in the Valedictorian Curriculum – GPA 98.58; A friend of the school first ranking student award - $60.00; Copenhagen Central School PTO Award $100.00; Outstanding Achievement in the Humanities Award - $60.00 Pratt MWP Merit Scholarship $7,000 Medallion for Excellence in the Vocational Curriculum with GPA of 94.99 Herschel C. Gamble Memorial Scholarship - $75.00— Awarded to a graduating; senior with highest average in science and who is going to higher education; CCS Booster Club Award $250.00 Donald (Sam) Boulio Memorial Award - $200.00 plus an American Flag—A graduating senior who is not an honor student, but works hard in school and community (extracurricular activities and part-time job), respects the American Flag, his country, community, and fellow man. The candidate is a friend to all and attends the church of his/her choice; Northern New York Volunteer Firemen’s Association Scholarship - $225.00; Northern New York Firemen’s Association Ladies Auxiliary Scholarship - $200.00; Copenhagen New York State Office of Higher Education’s 2010 Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship $1,500; New York State Department’s 2010 Scholarship for Academic Excellence - $1,500; Norbert L. Gazin Scholarship - $1,100.00; Lowville Lodge #1605 Benevolent and Protective Order of ELKS (BPOE) Scholarship - $600—Need; shows potential to succeed with college level academics, intends to enter a career that reflects the principles of charity, justice, brotherly love, and fidelity; a career such as education, medicine, social services, law enforcement; Northern New York Builders Exchange Scholarship - $500.00; Outstanding Achievement in Math and Science Award - $60.00


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David Michael Hovendon

Sarah Lynn Jolliff

Christopher Allan Kellogg Blake Ernest LaBarge Emily Kathryn Lance

Kayla Nicole McNamara

Annabel Elizabeth Mono

Briana Keri Moser

Sarah Marie Putman

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Norbert L. Gazin Scholarship - $1,100.00; Lowville Lodge #1605 Benevolent and Protective Order of ELKS (BPOE) Scholarship - $600—Need; shows potential to succeed with college level academics, intends to enter a career that reflects the principles of charity, justice, brotherly love, and fidelity; a career such as education, medicine, social services, law enforcement; Babe Ruth Award - $25.00—Greatest sportsmanship in school and life names engraved on plaque in trophy case; CCS Student Council Award - $100.00— Not to be based on grades; all around good person/citizen, community service efforts and school service; good morals, active in school programs, going on to higher education (2 years, 4 years, or technical school); CCS Spirit Committee Award - $150.00— Awarded to a graduating senior who continuously demonstrates a positive attitude; displays kindness and respect toward others; is liked and respected by both faculty and student body; Ryan J. LaBarge Memorial Award—$1,000; “Big T” Award—Thomas Sweredoski Memorial Award—$50.00—awarded to a senior who shows enthusiasm for and love of sports. Mason Vary Memorial Award - $250.00—Awarded to a female soccer athlete who is characterized by her love of the sport and who displays sportsmanship, hard work, determination and total pure effort on and off the field; CCS Booster Club Award - $250.00; Babe Ruth Award - $25.00 - Greatest sportsmanship in school and life names engraved on plaque in trophy case. Stavre Cutumina Memorial Fund - $64.40; Patricia Sullivan Memorial Award—$500— Voted on by classmates a student that shows sportsmanship, team spirit, all around good teammate, and school spirit. Carthage Federal Savings & Loan Association Scholarship - $200.00—Awarded to a student who is seeking a degree in the banking/business field; Lewis County Educational Office Professional Award - $75.00 CCS Spirit Committee Award - $150.00 - Awarded to one male and one female graduating senior who continuously demonstrates a positive attitude; displays kindness and respect toward others; is liked and respected by both faculty and student body; George S. O’Brien National Honor Society Service & Leadership Scholarship - $100.00 Medallion for Excellence in the Salutatorian Curriculum – GPA 97.81; Captain Elizabeth B. Bush Scholarship - $1,075.00 ; Norbert L. Gazin Scholarship - $450.00; N. James Polney Scholarship - $225.00—Awarded to the class Salutatorian; Outstanding Achievement in the Arts - $60.00; Lewis County Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Award $50.00 Savings Bond - A graduating senior who has best-demonstrated alcohol and other drug-free behavior in his/her influence on others; National School Chorus Award Marilyn Covey Memorial Award - $275.00; Brenda Sue Cody Memorial Award $100.00—Awarded to a student who is planning to further his/her education in the field of human services; also obvious need for financial aid; Leo P. Garvin Memorial Scholarship - $250.00—Awarded to a graduating senior going on to study nursing. Norbert L. Gazin Scholarship - $450.00; Senior Alumni Award - $500.00—Awarded to the all-around student, who is furthering his/her education, has participated in extracurricular activities and also held a part-time job; Milo E. and Edith Schantz Lacy Memorial award - $250.00—Awarded to a graduating senior who is going on to higher education of any kind; based on grades, character, and conduct; Copenhagen Central School PTO Award - $100.00; CCS Student Council Award - $100.00 - Not to be based on grades; all around good person/citizen, community service efforts and school service; good morals, active in school programs, going on to higher education (2 years, 4 years, or technical school). Senior Alumni Award - $200.00—Awarded to a senior who has exhibited outstanding perseverance during his/her high school years. Carol E. Rennie Memorial Scholarship - $50.00—Awarded to a graduating senior who is not necessarily an honor student, but one who is a friend of all and has exhibited outstanding perseverance during his/her high school years. (Preference may be given to a student who plans to further his/her education in the food service field).


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Chelsea Opal Pyland Colby James Rivers Rebeka Fay Roberts

Tyler D. Sutton Philip Michael Tanner Meghann LaJune Woodruff

Sarah Ann Woodruff

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Northern New York Community Foundation North Pleasant Street Scholarship - $3,000 Lewis County School Food Service Association Award - $150.00 #6912 VFW Ladies & Men’s Auxiliary Scholarship - $100.00—Student who has shown patriotism. Student who takes time to assist other students and their community. Captain Elizabeth B. Bush Scholarship - $1,075.00; Lewis County General Hospital Molly Pitcher Scholarship - $500.00; Norbert L. Gazin Scholarship - $450.00 ; Maurice J. McNamara Memorial Scholarship $300.00 - Outstanding candidate for field of teaching/human services. Can be divided between two students. Outstanding Achievement in Technology Award - $60.00 Howard G. Sackett Technical Center Northern NY Community Foundation Award $500.00 Jreck Sub Winning Attitude Award - $200.00—A graduating senior who exhibits a positive outlook on life, who maintains cheerful, friendly and helpful attitude despite the obstacles they face; Northern Federal Credit Union Scholarship - $2,000 ; CCS Alumni Award - $500.00 - Awarded to the all-around student, who is furthering his/her education, has participated in extra-curricular activities and also held a part-time job; Copenhagen Central School Teachers Association and Support Staff Scholarship - $250.00— Awarded to a graduating senior planning to go into the teaching field; Brennon Stoddard Memorial Award; John Philip Sousa Award Pratt MWP Dean’s Scholarship - $5,000; Master Sgt. Robert B. McNeil Memorial Award - $300.00—A graduating senior (other than the top three) who exhibits citizenship, discipline, a sincere interest in patriotism, fair play, and rights or others. Also considered were services to the school and community and the potential to become a good citizen; George S. O’Brien National Honor Society Service & Leadership Scholarship - $100.00; CCS Student Council Award - $100.00—Not to be based on grades; all around good person/ citizen, community service efforts and school service; good morals, active in school programs, going on to higher education (2 years, 4 years, or technical school).


Principally Speaking Would You Like to Host an Exchange Student? We have information from CCI (Center for Cultural Interchange) for families who would like to open their homes to an exchange student. This is the same organization that has placed students in our district for the past few years. Students come from Spain, Hong Kong, Norway, Colombia, Japan among many other global countries and cities. If you are interested, contact Nancy Sandersen at 222.6042 or nancy4cci@aol.com. For more information about CCI please go to their website h t t p : / / w w w . c c i exchange.com/usprograms_home.aspx

Have a relaxing, safe summer! See you in September! Physical Activity in the Warm Summer Months Some tips from Cornell Cooperative Extension for staying safe and healthy while being active outdoors:  Warm up before any activity including stretching.  Drink plenty of fluids. Water is best.  Pay attention to your body. Take it slow and rest when you need to.  Try to schedule more rigorous activity for earlier in the morning or later in the evening when temperatures are more tolerable.  Dress appropriately. A hat protects your face and eyes from sun. Light colors help keep you cool. Sunscreen protects you skin. Physical activity is essential in maintaining your good health. Get active while being aware of how to do so safely.

Congratulation, CCS Students! Warmest wishes and heartfelt congratulations go out to all of our CCS graduates this year. Pre-K, Kindergarten, Eighth Grade and, of course, the Class of 2010. To the seniors: as you take this next step into your future, remember the firm foundation you still have underneath you—the education you gained right here in Copenhagen. Best of luck now and always.

Congratulations, Cassandra Colton! The Lewis County Hospital’s Women’s Auxiliary recently ranked a piece of artwork created by Cassandra Colton as first place in a competition. As the winner, she received a monetary award in addition to the honor of having her work on display at the Lewis County General Hospital. Next time you are there, look for it and be proud of the talent that Copenhagen Central School has to offer our community. Great job, Cassandra!

Student Parking for 2010-2011 Please take note. Next year there will be no student parking at school. This means that students will not be able to drive to school. The reason is that we will lose one entire parking lot during the building project.


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A Message from the Board of Education Dear District Residents, The Copenhagen Champion of Character Award will honor two students each quarter. The Copenhagen Inspiring Excellence Award will recognize one teacher/staff person each quarter. We are pleased to announce that the Copenhagen Champion of Character Award winners for the fourth quarter are Dylan Lago and Connor Berrus. Dylan is in the third grade and Connor is in the 10th grade. Copenhagen Champion of Character Student Award

Copenhagen Champion of Character Student Award

Connor Berrus

Dylan Lago

The Community/staff member that nominated Dylan stated: Dylan is a student with special needs. He is well known throughout the building and always offers a friendly “Hi, how are you?” Dylan is a joy and he always puts a smile on your face when you see him. Dylan has made a lot of progress this year at school. We are so proud of you Dylan!

The Community/staff member that nominated Connor stated: Connor has always demonstrated a Champion of Character attitude toward classmates and all his teachers. He can definitely put a smile on a person’s face if they are feeling upset and he always offers a shoulder to lean on if an individual needs support. This student demonstrates a Champion of Character because he is constantly helping a person out in a subject they struggle with. He always gives to someone who needs a certain school supply, such as a piece of paper or a pen. This student is also respectful to those outside school. He volunteers wherever he can. He is such a good kid and is always trustworthy, respectful, caring, fair and is very much a good citizen. Copenhagen Inspiring Excellence Award The Community/staff member that nominated Mrs. Carlson stated: I think there are plenty of teachers or staff that deserve this

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award here at Copenhagen. One in particular is Mrs. Carlson. I think she goes far beyond her role as a teacher. Her compassion toward the students and her love for teaching shines through. She not only is an elementary teacher but has a love for the older students in middle and high school also. My daughter and my niece were both student aides in her classroom and she always went that extra mile with them and instilled a friendship that is everlasting. They both look up to her as a mentor and as a person who always encouraged them to give everything 100% and to do their best and they would be rewarded in life some how or some way. I have worked at school in the past and also had a son who had her as a teacher and what she did for him and other students goes far beyond the duties of a teacher. Mrs. Carlson would take her own lunch period and use that time to help those students who would need extra help. Mrs. Carlson has a caring heart and makes learning fun. I think she shows a lot of leadership qualities and is a wonderful role model for our children.

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The Classroom Connection Universal Pre-K Mrs. Combs, Mrs. Sullivan &Ms. Farney The end of the year can be so bittersweet: goodbyes are inevitable and we teachers have learned to care for and encourage these preschoolers to do their best. Yet we also feel proud that this special group of children is ready to move onto the new challenges and joys of Kindergarten. We rounded out the school year with a lot of fun, so much fun, in fact, the children did not even realize the learning that was taking place. We kicked off June with a farm theme: painting cows, crafting tissue pigs, playing with tractors and lots of barnyard animals. Mr. Matt Greene from Cornell Cooperative Extension paid us a visit with his special “friend” Clover the cow, that the children were able to milk. During the second week, we visited the Kindergarten classrooms. Mrs. Graves’ and Mrs. Scholler’s students shared with us their favorite part of Kindergarten. The little preschoolers travelled down to the big cafeteria for breakfast that week and learned how to choose their own foods and walk through the line. The third week was all about dads, and one very popular pastime, fishing. The children tried Gyotaku (Japanese art of fish printing), practiced casting, dressed up in waders, vests and hats, played with tackle (minus hooks of course) and experimented with bobbers and lures in the water table (oh, and real minnows and crayfish too! J). They crafted a very special sailboat for their fathers who joined us for ice cream floats and a presentation by Captain Bill Saiff II of PBS’ Rod & Reel fame. The children tried to put all their favorite memories together by crafting a mini photo album to take home. For our end of the year program, they sang their ABCs and 1,2 Buckle My Shoe, the popular weather song S-U-N-N-Y, and acted out one of

their favorite stories from the year - Chicka Chicka Boom Boom -- for their family and friends. All the families contributed for a wonderful picnic following the ceremony and then it was “Goodbye UPK, Hello Kindergarten!” Miss Amy, Miss Heather and Miss Kristy want to thank all the children, their families, and the staff at CCS for another successful preschool year. We look forward to seeing fresh little faces in September! Kindergarten Mrs. Scholler and Mrs. Graves

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GLD Tree Farms- We always have a great time at the tree farm. Thank you for your generosity.

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Copenhagen Fire Dept and Ladies Auxiliary- Thank you the donation of time and supplies for our RIF popcorn sale. Also, thank you for the cotton candy we had earlier in the school year. We had a great time when we visited the Fire Department.

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Jacobs’ Place- Thank you for providing us with supplies and helping us make pizza. It was yummy!!

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Stewarts Shops- Thank you for the ice cream cones!!

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The Overton Family- Thank you for the lesson on maple syrup and for the delicious sugar on snow treat!

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Mrs. Janice Harris- Thank you for serving refreshments at Kindergarten Graduation.

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Parents and Family Members - Thank you for your continued support and generosity through out the school year. You have helped with events in the classroom, field trips and several of you helped to make caps and gowns for Graduation. Without all of your support, we would not have had such a successful Kindergarten year. Grade 1 Mrs. Hefferon and Mrs. Strianese

Outgoing Kindergartners: We hope you are having a great summer vacation. Please continue to practice your vocabulary words and read. This will help to better prepare you for First Grade. Incoming Kindergartners: We are looking forward to working with you in September. You will be invited to Kindergarten Orientation before school begins in September. Parents: Below is a list of supplies for Kindergarten. Wal-Mart runs great school supply sales. Please remember to label everything and send it in at the start of school. Kindergarten Supplies: 8 glue sticks 1 box Crayola Crayons (24 count) 1 (1 inch) 3 ring binder 1 (2 inch) 3 ring binder 1 paint shirt (an old adult t-shirt) 1 box Kleenex Book bag labeled towel to place on rest mat 1 empty cardboard shoebox 1 bag gallon size Ziploc bags 1 bag sandwich size Ziploc bags

The first graders have had a good year. We wish our students much success in second grade. Remember to stop by and say hello. The following is a list of supplies for September:


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Please send only the requested supplies because the desk storage is limited. Thank you Grade 2 Ms. Pridell and Mrs. Reed We hope that our 2nd graders are enjoying their summer. Don't forget to read and practice math facts. Here is a list of supplies that they will need to start their new school year. 1. Pencils/erasers (Please stay away from the really cheap pencils. They won’t sharpen. 2. Set of crayons (8-16 count) Crayola crayons please, not RoseArt. 3. 1or 2 boxes of tissues 4. glue or glue sticks (Elmers glue is the best.) 5. Scissors ( Fiskar brand is the best.) Teachers request no large binders or organizers. They are not necessary and are too large for desks. Grade 3 Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Ratliff Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Ratliff are working hard to get ready for a new school year! We hope that you are enjoying your summer and looking forward to spending 3rd grade with us.

Third Grade Supply List Items you will need for third grade: 1. pencils and erasers 2. crayons or colored pencils 3. notebook paper 4. two 1-theme notebooks 5. Elmer's school glue or glue stick 6. scissors 7. one large box of tissues 8. pocket folders – one of each color (red, blue, green, yellow) 9. 1 highlighter – any color Things to do in the summer to sharpen your skills: 1. Read 2. Math flashcards (addition, subtraction) 3. Write or keep a writing journal 4. Bring in a picture of a summertime activity that you can write about the first week of school. Have a fun summer and see you in the fall! Grade 4 Mrs. McCabe and Mrs. Carlson We hope everyone is enjoying the summer weather. Summer is such a great time to get outdoors and discover nature. We live in such a beautiful part of the country. We need to take the time to enjoy it. Mrs. Carlson and Mrs. McCabe would like to thank the parents for all their support this year. It was a great year and we wish everyone the best of luck next year in fifth grade. We ended our school year with a field trip to Stone Mills. The “Farmer Boy Days” program was very interesting. The students had a great time pretending to be farm children during the 1860s. They even attended a one room schoolhouse for a few minutes. They pumped water from a well, ground corn to feed chickens, kneaded bread dough,

played with old-fashioned instruments and toys, took rides on wagons pulled by oxen and horses and many more activities from days gone by. We would like to thank our chaperones Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Widrick, Mrs. Rivers, and Mrs. Muncy for their help. Here is our supply list for the new fourth graders this September. This list was also sent home in the third graders’ report cards. Grade 5 Mrs. Mastascusa and Mrs. Spooner We hope everyone is enjoying their summer vacation, and getting lots of R & R! There is no doubt about it – summer in the North Country is the best! We are fortunate to live in an area where we are so close to so many parks, recreational areas, the lake, and the river, as well as being near the Canadian border and the Adirondacks. We hope you have the opportunity to get out and enjoy. A great big thank you goes out to the parents, family, and friends who have helped make this year so successful. Your support with our program and with all of the other functions and activities throughout the year has been appreciated! We send our students off to Middle School secure in the knowledge that they are prepared! You will be receiving information from school regarding Sixth Grade Orientation soon. A supply list for the incoming Fifth Graders is included in this newsletter. Again, thank you to everyone who helped make this a memorable year. Continue to have a safe, happy, and healthy summer!


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8 glue sticks, 1 box Crayola Crayons (24 count), 1 (1 inch) 3 ring binder, 1 (2 inch) 3 ring binder, 1 paint shirt (an old adult t-shirt), 1 box Kleenex, Book Bag, Labeled towel to place on rest mat, 1 empty cardboard shoe box, 1 bag gallon size Ziploc bags, 1 bag sandwich size Ziploc bags.

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Basic book bag, 1 box of crayons (please do not get any over 40 count), sturdy, medium sized box for crayons, 4 glue sticks, several sharpened pencils, 1 large eraser labeled with child’s name, 1 single subject spiral notebook 1 plastic pocket folder; Mrs. Strianese’s class only—1 box of tissues

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1. Ms. Pridell and Mrs. Reed —Pencils/erasers (Please stay away from the really cheap pencils. They won’t sharpen. 2. Set of crayons (8-16 count) Crayola crayons please, not Rose-Art. 3. 1or 2 boxes of tissues 4. glue or glue sticks (Elmer's glue is the best.) Scissors ( Fiskar brand is the best.) Teachers request no large binders or organizers. They are not necessary and are too large for desks.

Grade 3

Pencils and erasers, crayons or colored pencils, notebook paper, two 1-theme notebooks, Elmer’s school glue or glue stick, scissors, one large box of tissues, pocket folders—one of each color (red, blue, green, yellow) 1 highlighter—any color

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Mrs. McCabe—pencils, erasers, notebook paper, hand held pencil sharpener, small bottle of white glue or 3—4 glue sticks, scissors, crayons or colored pencils, 3 highlighters—yellow, box of tissues, pocket folders—one of each color (red, blue, green, yellow, white), single theme notebook for journal writing

Grade 5

Two-pocket folders: Two each of the following; yellow (Social Studies), blue (math), red (language arts), green (science), black (or any color not listed above), notebooks in the above colors for the subjects in parentheses; vinyl binder for Social Studies, Composition notebook – (for Journal), highlighters, box of colored pencils, pencils, erasers, scissors, glue, loose-leaf paper, box of tissues

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1 binder (2 inch works best), loose-leaf paper, blue or black ink pens, highlighter

Algebra 1 Graphing Calculator Geometry

Mr. Spooner—One 1 1/2 inch 3 ring binder w/ paper, several #2 pencils, recommend TI-84 graphing calculator, Book cover, folder to hold homework, tests and bell ringers.

Mrs. Carlson—pencils, notebook paper, 6 colored folders: 2 red, 1 blue, 1 yellow, 1 green, 1 box of colored pencils or crayons, 2 highlighter markers, yellow only, 1 hand held pencil sharpener, 1 pair of student scissors, glue sticks or small bottle of white glue, 1 box of Ziploc baggies, quart size, 1 box of tissues, 1 Interesting book for silent reading, 1 12

English 9 A notebook or folder or 1 3-ring binder w/ loose-leaf paper, Blue or black pens—no pencils! A highand English lighter, 3 X 5 index cards for the research project later in the year, A thumb drive would be helpful, but it is op10 Multi Media A notebook and folder OR A 3-ring binder w/ loose-leaf paper, Blue or black pens—no pencils! A thumb Video Prod drive for video projects is a must. Multi Media Video Productions & Public Start thinking about a public service cause that you could script and direct! Speaking


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Middle School Supplies Each Middle School student needs to have the following items: 1 large portfolio Pencils Glue sticks (3) 3x5 index cards (3 packs) Loose leaf paper (2 100sheet packages) Ear buds (small head phones) Thumb drive

Cap erasers Colored pencils Highlighter Dry erase marker 1 box of Tissues (for homeroom) Homework folder In addition: 6th grade

1 red folder and 1 red 1 subject spiral 1 blue 1 subject spiral 1 maroon1 subject spiral

English 6 Math 6 History 6

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Science 6

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Spanish 6

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FCS 6

1 purple folder 1 mechanical pencil and 1 roll of toilet paper

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7 grade 1 red folder 1 maroon folder

English 7 History 7

1 green folder

Science 7

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Spanish 7

1 blue 1-1/2 in 3 ring binder

Math 7

TI-30xiis SCIENTIFIC calculator 1 purple folder

Music 7

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FCS 7

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Health 7 If in band 7

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8 grade 1 red folder

English 8

1 maroon folder

History 8

1 green folder

Science 8

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Spanish 8

1 blue 1-1/2 in 3 ring binder

Math 8

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Health 8

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Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! From SADD and Mrs. M. Bush On behalf of SADD and the Junior class, I would like to send out a sincere thank you to everyone who donated money, prizes, food and time to help us put on a successful After-Prom Party. We had just over fifty students attend the party and remained busy throughout the night with sports, snacks, swimming, games and Reality Check who brought along great music and a blow up obstacle course. The students really seemed to enjoy themselves. I am very pleased with the help that we received and am hoping to make this an annual event. Thank you again for all of your help and support. We would like to send a special thank you to: Mrs. Cathy Snyder & Mrs. Cynthia Graves Sunnycrest Flowers Reality Check Dragonfly Salon & Firefly Lodge Mountain View Prevention Ms. Gale Parker Tobacco Free Schools CCS PTO Stewart’s Shops Fast Eddy’s Kwikmart Inc. Terry Groff Auto Repair and Towing Otis Products, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Groff Copenhagen Hot Shots Jreck Subs Paul Cherbini – Heritage Graphics Byrne Dairy CCS Teen Book Club Sunoco – Barnes Corners Mr. Kenneth Clarke Ken’s Hardware Ms. Suzette Parker Heidi’s Barber and Beauty Ms. Deb Strianese Target Mrs. Kathy McCabe William F. Taylor Architects Mrs. Becky Scholler Sovie and Bowie, C.P.A., P.C. Ms. Teresa McIntosh McDonald’s Staircase Theory Stefano’s Pizzeria & Restaurant Mrs. Darlene Rowsam Pla-Mor Lanes Ms. Holly Evans Snow Ridge Ski Resort CCS Custodial Staff CCS Designs By Knight CCS Youth Advisory Council Lowville Farmer’s Co-op Arby’s – Lowville Coca-Cola Bottling Company Copenhagen Fire Department Copenhagen Ladies Auxiliary Elk’s Lodge #1605 – Lowville Mrs. Maryanne Snyder Elk’s Lodge #1762 – Carthage Hotel Davenport Gray’s Flower Shop Mrs. Donna Zehr Thank you to all of the parents and guardians who took the time to come help us with the night’s events as well as the time and effort put into cooking breakfast and spending time with the kids. It was made a greater success due to your help. Thank you. Sincerely, Miranda Bush


Junior Jennifer McConnell has been accepted for admission into the 2010 Syracuse University Summer College Program: Experimental Processes Through Drawing. Her participation in the summer program was made possible by funding from the College Access Challenge Grant. This program offers a variety of art experience with an opportunity to gain greater insight into the overall college experience. Jennifer will be given the same challenges and responsibilities of a rigorous and demanding freshman level studio course in the visual arts.

Throughout the summer, high school students and parents can access the college and career information program, eChoices, online from home. Students can access the site same as they would from school. Parents who have already created an account can access the site using their portfolio ID and password. New parents to the site can access the website by simply following these steps:

Congratulations to Jennifer in this achievement! The competition for the program was very strong.

Password: copenhagen

Go to www.echoices.com; Under Parents, click on Sign In; Click on the Site ID tab; Enter the following information: Site ID: 1032264 Click the orange arrow to enter; On the next page, in the top right hand corner, click on the link that says create portfolio; Fill in the required information and click create your portfolio. The Counseling Center has made available many additional links for websites that provide more information to parents and students on college and career exploration. You can visit our website at www.ccsknights.org > Student Support > Counseling Center.

Jennifer McConnell, Class of 2011

Routinely military recruiters contact the Counseling Center requesting names of students for recruitment purposes. Parents can request (by using the form below) to have their child’s names excluded from the list provided to these military recruiters. If you DO NOT want your child’s name to be placed on the list provided to military recruiters, please return the form below to the Counseling Center or e-mail us at bgillette@ccsknights.org or lprince@ccsknights.org prior to September 7th. Name of student: _______________________________________ I DO NOT want my (son’s/daughter’s) name released to a military recruiter. Signature: _______________________________________________ Print Name: _____________________________________________ Relationship to student: ________________________________


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The Counseling Center will be OPEN for summer hours from Tuesday thru Thursday, 8:00 am thru 4:00 pm. Please call Mrs. Prince in the Counseling Center in advance for a Counseling Center visit. If you have a new student in the district between grades 6 through 12, please call the main office at 688-4411 to set up a meeting for enrollment. Mrs. Shambo will schedule appointments for new students and parents to meet with Mrs. Gillette in August.

The following Copenhagen students were awarded for their hard work in their vocational curriculums: Outstanding Performance Nathan Eisel (Criminal Justice II) Most Improved Jacob Delles (Visual Communications II) Most Dependable Anthony Thompson (Environmental Conservation & Forestry II)

Leadership Initiative Sarah Putnam (Business Computer Technology II) Philip Tanner (Visual Communications II)

The Counseling Center uses email as a way to inform seniors of scholarships and deadlines, upcoming events, college representative visits, interesting website for teens, and much more. We'd like to share this information with parents as well, including information specifically for parents such as college costs and financial aid. If you'd like to be on the list to receive such information, email bgillette@ccsknights.org so we may add you to the database.

Certificate of Achievement for Great Work Ethic Chelsea Pyland (Culinary Arts I) Presidential Award (90+ Average) Nathan Eisel (Criminal Justice II) Ryan Gaines (Visual Communications II) Chelsea Pyland (Culinary Arts I) Philip Tanner (Visual Communications II) Northern NY Community Foundation Award Philip Tanner ($500.00) NGSTC National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) Chelsea Pyland (Culinary Arts I)

One of the best sites for parents to learn more about their child’s college and career option is www.collegeboard.com/parents/. This site gives useful, user-friendly information on topics such as finding a college that fits; SAT college entrance exam: dates, fees, sample questions; financial aid: how much is out there and how to apply, and much more. Also, be sure to check out the Counseling Center website for links to College and Career search, Financial Aid, and Scholarship Opportunities. Check it out today, and help guide your child into the most appropriate career path.

HGSTC Students Receiving Technical Endorsements 2009-2010 Dylan Eddy (Culinary Arts II) Nathan Eisel (Criminal Justice II) Ryan Gaines (Visual Communications II) William Henry (Electrical Technology II) Lucas Main (Criminal Justice II) Sarah Putnam (Business Computer Technology II) Philip Tanner (Visual Communication II) Perfect Attendance Ryan Gaines (Two Years) Philip Tanner (One Year)


Is your child’s schedule too full next year? Was the course he/she wanted not offered through distance learning? Achieving College Early (ACE) may be the answer. Jefferson Community College is offering a program called ACE—Achieving College Early, to high school seniors. The goal is to provide an affordable opportunity for students to enroll at JCC prior to high school graduation. Students may take courses at 1/3 the cost of the original tuition cost. These courses will be held on the Jefferson Community College campus beginning at or after 4:00 p.m. One week prior to the start of class, students will be allowed to register for classes that have “open seats”. For more information, please call Rosanne Weir, Director of Admissions, Amy O’Donnell or Chris Rowland, Assistant Directors of Admissions at Jefferson Community College. The Admissions office can be reached at 786-2277. Another opportunity to earn college credit at this reduced rate is available through the Jefferson EDGE program. Eligible students can earn up to six credit hours in art through courses offered in the high school during the school during the school day. Interested students should contact the Guidance Office or JCC Continuing Education Office at 786-2238 to determine their eligibility for these courses.

The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County will be offering parenting classes this summer and fall at their location in Watertown. The Magic Years is a six-week program for parents of children ages birth to 4. Parents learn about parenting styles, child development, and nurturing skills. This class will be on Mondays, July 12, 19, 16, August 2, 9, & 16 from 10 a.m. to noon each day. Cost is $25. Parenting the Middle Years is a six-week program for parents of children ages 5-10 that encourages positive family interactions and offers discipline techniques that work. This class will be on Thursdays, July 15, 22, 29, August 5, 12, and 19 from 10:00 a.m.—12 Noon each day. Cost is $25. Parenting A Second Time Around is a six-week program assisting parents to share and learn about: ● Changing roles and responsibilities; ● Development and behavior; ● Discipline tha really works; ● Rebuilding a family; ● Advocating for yourself and your relative children; ● Communication skills; ● How to identify and get help for problem behaviors. This class will be on Wednesdays, July 14, 21, 28, August 4, 11, and August 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Pre-registration for each class is required. Cost is $50. Payment arrangements can be made. Class participants whose income is at or below 240% of Poverty Income Guidelines may attend for free. Child care is not available during any of these sessions. Please make arrangements for your children. For more information or to register, contact Kelly Kunz at 788-8450, ext 276.

If your child is considering participation in athletics at a Division I or Division II college or university, he/she must register for eligibility. The NCAA has made it almost mandatory this year to register online for the clearinghouse. Earning a college degree online may be just the thing for To register, prospective student-athletes you. You can take one or more courses per session depending on your schedule. The Censhould access the website at ter for Distance Learning (CDL) of www.ncaaclearinghouse.net for the homepage. SUNY Empire State College offers a If a student wishes to pay by check or money unique opportunity for people seeking order, the student can print off the signature page and an associates and/or bachelors degree send it in with the money. in over 11 major areas of study. To From the home page, you can get registration review the course catalog and obtain information, Divisions & Sports Information, etc. an application for admissions, visit You may register anytime after June 13th. Please be their website at www.esc.edu. It’s sure to advise Mrs. Gillette when you register so that never too late to earn a degree! your transcripts may be sent to the clearinghouse.


C o p e n h a g e n C e n t r a l S c h o o l Orientation for Incoming 6th and 9th Graders S u m m e r 2 0 as 1 0 well N e w s l as e t t e r

New Middle School and High School Students Who:

Incoming 6th Graders and New Middle

Who:

School Students What: Orientation When: Wednesday, September 1, 2010 @ 6:00 p.m. Where: School Cafeteria

Incoming 9th Graders and New High

School Students What: Orientation When: Thursday, September 2, 2010 @ 6:00 p.m. Where: School Cafeteria

Jefferson Community College On-Campus Workshops for students in Grades K –12 Help your kids to have fun and learn something new this summer! Our youth programming is designed especially for kids and young adults. To register for any workshop or seminar, contact JCC Continuing Education at 315-786-2438. For more information visit: http://www.sunyjefferson.edu/conted/youth.html. DON’T WAIT TO REGISTER! If you wait until the last minute to register for a workshop, it may be too late. Jefferson will cancel workshops that do not meet minimum enrollment requirements five working days before the start date.

Steel Drum Summer (Ages 12+): Tuesday—Thursday July 6-8 10:00 a.m.—12:30 p.m.

SPLASH! - Pre-3 C’s (Ages 6, 7, 8): Monday—Tuesday July 26—29 10:00 a.m.—12:00 Noon

Outdoor Survival Skills (Grades 7—9): Monday—Friday July 12—16 9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.

Cost: $65

Cost: $99

Daisy Discovery II (Ages 5—7): Monday—Friday August 2—6 1:00 p.m.—2:30 p.m.

Jefferson CSI (Grades 5—8):

Cost: $50

The 3 C's: Critter Crunchy Cuisine (Ages 9+): Monday—Friday July 19-23 9:00 a.m.— Noon

Monday—Friday August 2—6 9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.

More Information from the Counseling Center! Additional articles are available this month from the Counseling Center website under www.ccsknights.org/studentnews. Just click on the following links to refer to these articles of interest:

Scholarship Recipients Merit Roll, Honor Roll, High Honor Roll Got Time? Volunteer!

Graduates: Looking To The Future Parent Pointers for Teens


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Community Cup This is the sixth year that the Copenhagen Faculty and Staff, (‘Hagen’s Heroes), participated in the Annual Community Cup held at Watertown High School throughout May and June. Once again, the Copenhagen staff Fourth Place. We had a great

time again this year and we had one 1st place finish: Dodge ball; two 3rd place events: Hotshots and the 440 relay! Team participants were Kari Chavoustie, Megan Cross, Sara and John Gleason, Scott Randall, Darlene Rowsam, Brigitte Gillette, Lori Griffin,

Ginny Hovendon, Nadine O’Shaughnessy, Angela Schermerhorn, Charity Smykla, Teresa McIntosh, John Cain, Nicki Nortz, Pat Lee, Zach Shambo, Tamie Stephenson, Natalie Scott, Nancy Henry, and Colleen Hennegan.

Library News . . . Mrs. Greene Summer Library Hours—Open to the Public  Tuesday 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. These hours are for public use

and all are welcome to come, read, check out books, and use computers. As with all open library hours, parents or older siblings are asked to accompany elementary aged students.


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Copenhagen Central Drill Team: Sitting, Left to Right: Rachel Muncy, Emily Griffin, Mackenzie St. Louis, Tessa Tanner. Standing: Alexandra Veihl, Paige VanEpps, Emily Sipher, Morgan Young, Courtney Steen, Taylor St. Louis, Danielle Ames and Madison Furgison

KOBENHAVN FODBOLD CLUB SUNDAY SOCCER, Scott Jacobs Starting July 11, any student in 5th through 12th grade who is interested in improving their foot skills is asked to attend the Kobenhavn Fodbold Club Sunday Soccer Sessions. The sessions will run from between 6:00 p.m.—7:30 p.m. every Sunday. Some sessions may be held on Saturdays, and if this is the case, club participants will be notified before hand at practices or by checking for any changes on the bulletin board

at Jacobs’ Place. There is no cost to participate. Each player must bring a drink, a soccer ball, appropriate footwear and shin guards. We will start off each night working on ball handling/control for about an hour and then work in some small sided games. Most of the foot skills used will come from the Coever coaching methods. It is time to make Copenhagen

soccer a real Powerhouse in the sport and we can’t do that without your participation. So talk to your friends about it and make sure you come join in. Imagine if everyone on your team was able to receive and distribute the soccer ball without just kicking it away and wasting possession. It’s all about foot skills! If you have any questions or concerns, please call Mr. Scott Jacobs anytime after 3:30 p.m.

LEWIS COUNTY FAMILIES WANTED On August 17, 2010 at 6:00 p.m., the Lewis county Department of Social Services will be hosting an informational meeting for persons interested in becoming foster parents. Classes are slated to begin in September for ten consecutive weeks. Each session lasts three hours. Foster Care is designed to be a short term solution to families in

crisis, allowing for a safe return to home. The county has a growing need for families willing to work with children of all ages. We need foster parents willing to pen their hearts and homes for short and long term placements. We encourage all families to attend the informational meeting. Maybe you are not sure about long term placements; consider trying short term respite care.

Please join us and meet some of our staff and experienced foster parents to learn more about the youth in Lewis county. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Linda Leonard at 376-5403. Thank you and we hope to see you there.


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News from John Cain, Athletic Coordinator I have been watching all of the staff and teachers pack up their classrooms and get their rooms and areas clean for summer, yet on the fields behind the school Mr. McGraw and his staff have laid down our soccer fields and the goals are ready to go. Despite the fact that practice will not begin until the end of August for fall sports, many of our student-athletes have already been very busy getting ready, keeping our fields constantly busy with practices and games for the various summer leagues we have going on. The fields will remain busy up until the start of the season, and the action inside is starting to pick up as the basketball teams get ready for their summer leagues and camps. The fall schedule has al-

ready been posted on www.viewmyschedule.com and it will be posted on the athletics website soon. Dates worth noting are as follows: 

8/18/10 Fall Sports Parents Meeting 7:00 PM in the Band Room

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All student-athletes must have a physical before they may begin practice. Most student-athletes had one the last month of school. In

addition, all forms must be turned in within 30 days of the start of the season. These forms are the physical recertification form and the athletics contract. These forms will be mailed home for fall athletes and should be returned to the main office of the school PRIOR to the first day of practice. Student athletes who have done this will receive their white card which must be given to their head coach before they are eligible to practice. No player may participate in any part of practice until they have handed their coach their white card. Any student who plans on playing a fall sport and did not receive a physical in the spring should contact the school nurse as soon as possible. Have a safe summer!

Spring Sports Wrap Up Varsity Softball Coach John Cain 2010 was a rough year for the Lady Golden Knights. The team never did seem to find its’ groove, but it did display a lot of tenacity and heart. The team finished with a 6-13 overall record, and a 5-9 league mark. This put the team in a 4th place tie with Sackets Harbor in the league. The team missed the playoffs by virtue of the tie-breaker rule which went to head-to-head games, and Copenhagen was 0-2 against Sackets this season. The team was eligible for sectional play and lost in the opening round by a score of 7-1 to a Hamilton that didn’t lose in sectional play until they made it to the Section III Championship game. Despite the record, the team played in a lot of close games, but just couldn’t seem to find any good luck when they needed it. The team was able to sweep their season series against Lyme, and in one of the games saw Brianne Spaulding get

her first of what we hope to be many varsity softball wins. The team also swept the eventual playoff champion Alex Bay, including an extra inning nail biter on the road. In addition, Copenhagen was the only D Division school to win a crossover game against a C Division school when we beat Beaver River in the bottom of the 7th inning by a score of 3-2 at home. We were very competitive in the South Jefferson Tournament, a sunny Saturday that saw us lose to Class B Section III Champion South Jefferson by a score of 9-4. The Lady Knights then dropped a heartbreaker to Class C Phoenix in the consolation game. The team also competed in Mudville for the first time, playing in the Emma Durant Memorial Tournament. The team opened play with a solid win over Class C East Rochester before falling to Mayfield, another Class C school from section 2, in the finals. Overall the Lady Knights played three teams that made their sectional championship games this year, including 2 Section II Champi-

ons. Offensively the team was led by senior captain Sarah Jolliff who had a team best .339 batting average and 21 hits. She was followed by Rachel Muncy at .322 and Morgan Kiernan at .316. Freshman Rachel Muncy led the team in RBI with 13, slugging percentage with a .458 and total bases at 27. Danielle Eisel led the team in runs scored at 14, and stolen bases with 11 swipes. Sarah Jolliff notched 118 innings pitched, accounting for all but 6 innings all season. She finished with a record of 5-13, but only gave up 52 earned runs for an ERA of 3.08. She also walked less than two hitters per game and totaled 73 strikeouts on the season. Defensively the team was led by Taylor Church who made only 4 errors in 126 opportunities. Despite saying goodbye to two key seniors, the team will have a strong core of returning starters (Continued on page 21)


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next year, and will be adding several players who got considerable playing time and experience this season at the JV level. This year’s varsity team included: Sarah Jolliff Senior Emily Lance Senior Taylor Church Junior Danielle Eisel Junior Morgan Kiernan Junior Taylor Doner Junior Bethany Deveines Junior Jillian Riccio Junior Katrina Freeman Junior Autumn Moser Sophomore Alexandra LaBarge Sophomore Rachel Muncy Freshman Sarah Jolliff, Danielle Eisel, and Morgan Kiernan were all named Frontier League All-Stars. Rachel Muncy and Bethany Deveines were both selected as Frontier League Honorable Mention. The team was also honored as a NYSPHSAA Scholar Team. Renee Eisel deserves a big thank you for keeping our books and assisting as a base coach. Her input is invaluable and it is always nice to have somebody who knows the game to discuss strategy with during the season. We also appreciate the hard work of John McGraw, Dale Clarke and Ron Trainham for keeping our fields playable. Modified Girls Softball Coach Cathy Snyder The Modified Girls Softball team ended their season 9-3. This year’s squad had a sensational season full of huge improvements, teamwork and incredible sportsmanship. I was very impressed with the level of play, the leadership these young ladies conducted themselves with (on and off the field) and their willingness to learn with such enthusiasm.

We became a competitive team exhibiting aggressive base running and rallying as a team throughout every game. I would like to extend a very special thank you to Nicole Henry for being a wonderful volunteer assistant coach and comrade to the team. Her work ethic and knowledge of the game made her an incredible asset to the team. Also, we would not have had the success we did without our managers Emma Roberts, Sydney Greene and Kylie Tomaselli. These girls helped fill-in during warm-ups and practice wherever a partner was needed in addition to their managing responsibilities. Last but not least, thank you so much to all of the parents and spectators for helping out with the team coaching bases, supplying food, scorekeeping and most of all supporting these fine young ladies. Nikki Burns Summer Freeman Nicole Gardner Emily Griffin Karlee Herzig Sam Kallen Shania Lehman Justine Malbouf

Breanna Muncy Brooke Spaulding Ashley Willits Morgan Young Managers Kylie Tomaselli Sydney Greene Emma Roberts

(captain), Melissa Baker (captain), Cassidy O’Donnell, Rachel Griffin, Alicia Evans, Cierra Dicob, Liz Martin, Logan Wheeler, Erika Eddy, Brittany Tanner. Modified Boys Baseball Coach Scott Randall The Modified Boys’ Baseball team ended their 2010 season with a record of 4-6-1. The boys worked hard and improved all season long. Offensive leaders included Andy Freeman with a batting average of .408. Others included Antonio Figueroa (.393), Cory Moser (.387), and Greg Kunert (.351). Travis Clarke added the team’s only homerun of the season with a shot that helped lead the Knights over IHC. Pitchers Brandon Moser, Nate Freeman, and Greg Pelan all recorded wins throughout the season. This year’s roster also included the following players: Dallas Church Garrett Munden Tristan Myers Josh Snyder Sam Williams

Junior Varsity Softball Coach Tamie Stephenson The JV Girls Softball Team had a successful season. They found out that hard work can pay off! The team played extremely tough against the larger opponents they faced. The team’s overall record ended up 10-9. All the fans saw the improvements the ladies made throughout the season. I would like to thank Bruce Evans for all of his help throughout the season. You put in a lot of time. I would also like to thank Lori Griffin and Luke Evans for keeping score. Lastly, thanks to our parents and fans for their support this season. Members of the team included: Brianne Spaulding (captain), Taylor Murtha

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Spring Sports Wrap Up. . . . continued Varsity Girls Basketball Camp Once again this year, Coach Scott is sending the girls to a team camp at Colgate in July so they have been holding fundraisers to offset the cost. Thank you to everyone who purchased chicken bbq tickets, donated cans and bottles, trusted us to wash your vehicles, and sweated to Zumba!

Clockwise: Morgan Herbert and Rachel Griffin make sure its clean; Danielle Eisel hoses it down; Rachel Griffin and Logan Wheeler sell baked goods with a smile; Liz Martin, Morgan Kiernan, Danielle Eisel, Rachel Muncy, Morgan Herbert, Taylor Murtha and Kylie Spinner prepare the chicken dinners!

Varsity Baseball—2010, Coach Jim Spaulding The 2010 Varsity Baseball Team finished an incredible season with a 20-3 overall record. During that run they won the League Championship finishing with a 13-1 league record. The team then captured the Playoff Championship by defeating Lyme 15-0 in the first round game and then beating Belleville-Henderson 13-2 in the championship game at the Watertown Fairgrounds. The team continued its winning ways by winning the next four rounds in sectional play to earn being crowned as the Section III Class D Champions. The team then entered State play against Section IV champions, Hancock, in which they would defeat 6 to 1 to win the Central Region Championship. Next up for the Knights, the State Final IV Championship in Binghamton, New York. The team lost in the State semi finals to Bolivar-Richburg and finished its season with a final ranking of 3rd overall amongst “D” class schools in the State. Although the team fell just short of its goal of a State Title, their accomplishments over the season reflect great credit to them, Copenhagen Central School and our community. The team put up some impressive offensive numbers, one which included 62 extra base hits over the season, fifteen of those being homeruns. Jake Spaulding led the team in hits with 36 while Chris Kellogg, David Hovendon and John Hanchek followed with 35, 30 and 29 respectively. Chris Kellogg slugged out a team best 13 extra base hits and 32 RBI’s while finishing with a team high .493 batting average. John Hanchek (.453) and Jake Spaulding (.434) rounded out the leaders for batting average. Blake LaBarge led the Club in home runs with five while batting .383 on the year. Ryan Fitzpatrick finished with ten extra base hits including four home runs and a final batting average of .312. Dave Hovendon (.375) and Josh Spaulding (.295) each finished the season with a team best 14 stolen bases. Alex Moser (.255) set the schools single season walk record tallying 23-base on balls over the year. Derek Moser finished the season with 12 hits and 14 walks and a final average of .214 at the plate. Chad Tessier (.133) made the most of his at bats driving in a total of 9 RBI’s on the season. Chad was responsible for driving in all 3-runs during our only league loss to rival Sackets Harbor. During a four game


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stretch of the season, Collin Hess was asked to play up and he contributed many valuable innings towards the team’s success. Collin would later be added to the varsity roster for the playoff run. The pitching rotation was made up of the following players; Chris Kellogg, Dave Hovendon, Alex Moser and Jake Spaulding. Chris finished with a 10-2 record throwing 72 innings and finishing with a stingy 1.94 ERA. Dave threw 58 innings finishing with a 7—0 record and an ERA of only 1.34. Alex finished with a 3—1 record while Jake only threw 5innings but they were all valuable innings so we could rest the other’s arms. Defensively the team was anchored by all nine position players as everyone played spectacular throughout the year. Chris Kellogg, Blake LaBarge, David Hovendon, Jake Spaulding and John Hanchek were all named to the Frontier League all-star team for their accomplishments. Ryan Fitzpatrick and Josh Spaulding were named to the Honorable Mention Team. Adam Aubin was also named All-Star for his hard work and dedication on the year. The following players will be lost to graduation this year; Ryan Fitzpatrick, John Hanchek, David Hovendon, Blake LaBarge and Chris Kellogg. They will certainly be missed as their career stats indicate. Bat Avg

PLAYER

AB

R

H

E

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2B

3B

HR

SB

Sac

HP

BB

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RBI

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81

97

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63

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8

5

7

6

18

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39

89

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Blake LaBarge

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53

61

17

41

6

7

7

12

3

4

29

43

53

0.330

David Hovendon

195

56

54

20

45

7

2

0

24

7

1

37

36

22

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Ryan Fitzpatrick

111

39

36

4

23

7

2

4

9

0

5

15

27

32

0.324

John Hanchek

73

22

30

3

21

4

2

3

1

0

4

5

19

23

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251

278

57

193

45

21

19

53

16

32

132

164

219

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99

42

66

45

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The Team would like to thank Kyle Clarke for his dedication as the teams score keeper. To all the parents and the many fans that supported the team throughout the year. Special thanks to each and everyone that made our final four send off a moment that we will always remember!


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Non-Profit Permit No. 2 Copenhagen, NY 13626 Board of Education  Tracey Thomas, President  Prudence L. Kunert, Vice President  Koreen G. Freeman  Raymond D. O’Brien  Robert F. Stackel  Lawrence G. Woodruff, Jr.  Alfred E. Tomaselli

Administration

School Opens on Tuesday, September 7, 2010 The 2010—2011 school year begins on Tuesday, September 7, 2010. If you have a new neighbor or if you know of someone new in the school district with school-age children, please mention that their children should be registered for school as soon as practicable. Parents and guardians should call 688-4411 to make a registration appointment. The District will again be doing its annual census. Starting August 1, 2010 Mrs. Phyllis Gaines and Mrs. Deborah Woodruff will attempt to call or visit each home in the District. One reason for the visit is to take the opportunity to discuss with parents the Free or Reduced Meal Program and what the program means to you, your children and to the school district. All parents are urged to take a serious look at signing up for the program if you qualify.

 Mary-Margaret Zehr, Superintendent  Nadine O’Shaughnessy, K12 Principal  Dale R. Munn, Jr. Director of Student Services & Special Programs

To our Readers. . . . Please Take Notice: Beginning with the September 2010 edition, in an effort to save money as well as trees, the Copenhagen Central School Newsletter will no longer be printed and mailed to District homes. It will be available on the school s web site @ www.ccsknights.org If you would like to receive a reminder e-mail when the newsletter is published please e-mail news@ccsknights.org If you do not have internet access and wish to be mailed a printed version, please do one of the following: a)

Complete this form and mail to Newsletter Editor, Copenhagen Central School, P.O. Box 30, Copenhagen, NY 13626

b)

Complete the form below, drop off in District Office

c)

Call school, 688-4411.

Name:________________________________________ Street Address: ________________________________ City, State, Zip: ________________________________

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CCS Summer, 2010 Newsletter