Mission Statement

"Hartford Central School, a community of educators, students, parents, and friends,

dedicates itself to developing citizens who are productive and compassionate, and who,

through their creativity and responsibility, will be assets to the greater community."



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Hartford Central School District

P.O. Box 79

4704 State Route 149

Hartford, NY 12838

518-632-5222

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HARTFORD BACKPACK PROGRAM

 

The school is in full swing for its second full year participating in the BackPack Program. The program is run in conjunction with the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York, and provides students from food-insecure homes with nutritious, child friendly meals on weekends, when other supplemental food programs are not available.

 

The need for this program was recognized by faculty and staff who took action and sought sponsors to launch the program. There has been a generous outpouring of support for the initiative that includes numerous donations from faculty and staff, community members, the Hartford Faculty Association, Hartford Food Pantry, What’s Cookin’, the Hartford United Methodist Church, Herschel-Argyle Lodge,Yoked Parish Church, Foothills ATV, Hartford Ridge Riders, Smith Equipment, many Hartford Central school student clubs, Hartford PTA, Glens Falls National Bank, and the Adirondack League.

 

The food for the backpacks is picked up and packed on Thursdays with the help of Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Harrington and senior Cailyn Harrington. On Fridays, members of Key Club and the Jr. National Honor Society help deliver the bags.

Each bag contains approximately ten different purchased foods designed to provide nutrition and calories for the children over the weekend. These are kid-friendly, shelf-stable foods that require no preparation or refrigeration. Children can just “open and eat” without adult supervision.

 

Each bag contains approximately ten different purchased foods designed to provide nutrition and calories for the children over the weekend. These are kid-friendly, shelf-stable foods that require no preparation or refrigeration. Children can just “open and eat” without adult supervision. The BackPack Program at Hartford Central School currently assists 20 students. Since the program’s implementation, teachers noticed a significant improvement in the well-being of participating students. 

 

 

The BackPack Program at Hartford Central School currently assists 20 students. Since the program’s implementation, teachers noticed a significant improvement in the well-being of participating students.  If you would like to make a monetary donation to support the BackPack program at Hartford Central School. Please make all checks payable to the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern NY and write Hartford BackPack Program in the memo. Checks can be mailed to: Regional Food Bank, 965 Albany- Shaker Road, Latham, NY 12110

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 The Hartford Central School District announces students achieving Principal’s List, Honor Roll, and Merit Roll status for the first quarter of 2017-18 school year.

Grade 12

Principal’s List

Christian Chaney, Julia M. Howard, Robert Jay Lawrence IV, Adam Mitchell, Alondra Nims, Abigail Robbins, Rachel Yattaw

 

 

Honor Roll

Jordan S. Barrett, Britnee R. Euber, Cailyn R. Harrington, Audra Harrold, Quintessa Litchfield, Austin J. Sesselman, Tyler L. Smith

 

 

Merit Roll

Alexandria Boucher, Kaitlin Cochran, Austin Mandigo, Donald Martindale, Sophia Olsen, Alexis M. Peterson, Britany J. Tyler, Kelly R. Vincent

 

 

Grade 11

Principal’s List

Anthony Galusha

 

 

 

Honor Roll

Alicen Barker, Bricen Barker, Valerie Kelley, Rylie Liebig, Carlee McGreevy, Kate L. Osborne, Diahjanae N. Walker

 

 

Merit Roll

Mitchell D. Brayman, Bradley Burch, Lucas Casey, Devan T. Kibling, Daniel Klick, Kyler Martindale, Natalia Muro, Camille Rogers, Tanner Smith, Megan Tyler, Alexandria Wade, Brittney M. White, Alisia Willette, Olivia M. Woodward

 

 

 

Grade 10

Principal’s List

Alexander Holcomb, Aaron Mitchell, Kathryn Smith

 

 

Honor Roll

Kara Cassant, Cory A. Colvin, Mia Duval-Jenkins, Hannah Monroe

 

 

 

Merit Roll

Jessa Cushing, Gavon Darfler, Brayton Deyoe, Cole Genevick, Jacob Granger, Abigail Holcomb, Calvin Howard, Kayla Sage

 

 

 

Grade 9

Principal’s List

Envy Geroux, Hannah Lawrence, Alexis Sesselman

 

 

 

Honor Roll

Chelsie Manell, Abigail Monroe, Stephany Olin, Reid Robbins, Via Saunders

 

Merit Roll

Austen Schultz

 

 

 

 

Grade 8

Principal’s List

Emmaline Barker, Samantha Cooper, Kailey Gayton, Hannah Mitchell Rikard Spivak, Emma Wade

 

 

 

Honor Roll

Isabella French, Sara Hall, Timothy Livingston, Lea Vincent, Jason Wade

 

 

 

Merit Roll

Caleb James Lear Boucher, Caroline Deyoe, Luke LaRose, Latasha Lewis, Kayla Livingston, Dylan Mandigo, Jonathan Martindale, Karlee Nims, Justin Nix, Ethan Parker, Seth Sharp, Mary Sutliff

 

 

 

Grade 7

Principal’s List

Sophia Anderson, Mason Forbes, Kaylin Holcomb, Tarina Hunt, Soleia Lamoureux, Dagan Schult

 

 

 

Honor Roll

Raymond Harrington, David Hitchcock, Madison Hitchcock, Ryan Morrow, Addison Potts, Aiden Schultz, Carson Strainer, Mason White

 

 

Merit Roll

Qian Hongxu, Marissa Jones, Olivia Mattison, Clayton McCauliffe, Taylor Moore, Hannah Rogers, Secora Saunders, Lily Vadnais, Lauren Warner,

Caden West-Venner, Taylor Wooddell

 

 

 

 

Grade 6

Principal’s List

Mia Amato, Esau Anamier, Charles Anderson III, Seth Burch, Nathan Fiske, Raeghan Liebig, Kassaundra McNall, Logan Miller, Isabelle Reynolds, Cassandra Wade, Austin Wells

 

 

Honor Roll

Haliegh Grygas, McKenna Kibling, Marguerite King, Michael Smith, Ciara White

 

 

Merit Roll

Arianna Breault, Austin Dietze, Alawnah Dunda, Gavin Durkee, Jadyn Fish, John Gauthier, Hunter LaCross, Reese Pope, Cheyanne Shields

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