The high school has been named a "2016 National Blue Ribbon School."
The school was one of nine high schools recognized in New York State.
Full Press Release from Mr. Nole
New Hartford's Feature on Blue Ribbon Schools Site
From Hamilton College Website: "Some 60 students roamed the Taylor Science Center with teachers and chaperones, exploring different scientific disciplines. Professor of Psychology Jen Borton demonstrated interactions between the brain and the eye through optical illusions. The third-graders then broke into smaller groups for hands-on rotations through the biology, chemistry and physics departments."
On March 29, 2017, the New Hartford Teacher Center--partnering with Safe Schools Mohawk Valley--invites parents, guardians, and caregivers to attend a presentation aimed at raising awareness about social media: “Social Media Awareness: What Every Parent Needs to Know.” The workshop, with discussion to follow, will be held from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at the James A. Meyers Performing Arts Center.
On February 15, 2017, New Hartford Central School hosted college and career readiness consultant Ben Carpenter. Carpenter, a nationwide speaker, greeted the senior class at the James A. Meyer Performing Arts Complex. A former Wall Street CEO, Carpenter advised students on how to build a strong foundation for college and successful careers.
Mathematics teacher Mrs. Eileen Roth and Science Teacher Mrs. Kathryn Silvestri were both recently honored at the December 13 Board of Education meeting in to recognize their distinction as 2016 New York State “Master Teacher.”
Members of the New Hartford School community were in attendance at the annual Genesis Group Celebration of Education, to recognize the achievements of the DELTA STEM and ELA Program, and to celebrate Coach Don Edick. Enjoy an excerpt of Superintendent Robert Nole's induction speech here.
A new Advanced Placement Computer Science course was featured at the regular meeting of the New Hartford Central School Board of Education on October 4, 2016. While in attendance, Board members and school administrators gained insight into a class that its instructor, Mr. Matthew Romanow, wishes were available back while he was in high school.
The Newsweek High School Rankings assess schools based on a broad range of data to determine which institutions do the best job of preparing students for college.
Admirers of human rights advocate Helen Sperling filled Ralph Perry Junior High School’s Large Group Instruction room the evening of October 18, 2016. The occasion marked the dedication of the facility in honor of Sperling, a noted Holocaust survivor and long-time friend of the New Hartford Central School family.
New Hartford has contacted our Oneida-Herkimer Madison BOCES Safety Office and requested testing of all water fixtures for lead. The Safety Office has provided a full Comprehensive Report of the sampling program