Spartans! Welcome to the 2022 -2023 School Year!
College Prep, Activities, Clubs, General & Sporting Events
*Interested in making a difference in your community? The CIA (Compassion in Action) Club has some great things planned! Grab a friend and join us on Thursday 10th period in Student Services to learn how you can be a part of the fun! (6/8)*Starpoint is looking to hire Student Workers for our Building & Grounds and Technology Departments. See the flyers in Student Services posted on the "JOBS WALL".Ms. Wasko has applications if interested. (6/9)*Soup Kitchen volunteers will meet in the Main Lobby on Friday, May 26th at 9:10 A.M. (5/26)
Registration is now open for spring 2023.
Help juniors increase their access to scholarship opportunities by encouraging them to register for the spring SAT exams.
Test Dates Registration Deadlines Late Registration Deadlines
June 3, 2023
May 4, 2023 May 23, 2023
Scholarship News*PB & J Scholarship for current seniors who plan on attending a 2 or 4-year college. Who have experienced personal challenges that may not have allowed them to perform well academically, but who still have the drive to succeed. The deadline is May 31, 2023. Scan the QR code outside Student Services. (5/31)* An Engineering Scholarship is now available for Seniors planning to major in Engineering or Technology in the fall. The application deadline is June 1, 2023. You'll find the application on the Student Services Scholarship page. (6/1)*WHEATFIELD BUSINESS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP: Apply if: • You are a resident of the Town of Wheatfield. • You are a graduating senior. • You have been accepted to an accredited college, university,
trade school, or trade program. The application is on the Student Services scholarship page. (6/2)*For High School Seniors | Excelsior Scholarship : HESC has announced that the 2023 - 2024 application for the Excelsior Scholarship will be available beginning May 23. Visit the HESC website for updates on the scholarship as well as an introductory "What to know!" video. (6/21)
- College visits scheduled for this week include:
*Students: All lunch balances must be paid in full by May 26th. No lunch charges will be allowed after this date. Seniors will not be able to receive their yearbook, cap & gown, or graduation tickets if they have a lunch balance. 155 students still owe lunch money to the cafeteria. Please make sure you pay your balance off by the end of the day. (5/26)*Check out this video link to the Horror & Sci-Fi Cinema Elective available next year! See your counselor to enroll! (6/17)* Interested in Music and Technology? Check out this elective class being offered. Watch this Video for details.*Summer Job Opportunity - The Town of Pendleton Summer Recreation Program is looking for Lifeguards to work here at Starpoint this summer! Employment is July 5th - August 11th. The rate of pay is $16/hr. You can apply at pendletonny.us (6/9)*Interested in making a difference in your community? The CIA (Compassion in Action) Club has some great things planned! Grab a friend and join us on Thursday 10th period in Student Services to learn how you can be a part of the fun! (6/8)*Seniors: When you are done with your Chromebook, please turn it in along with your charger to the library, handing it ONLY to Mrs. Larson or Mrs. Toczek. Do NOT leave your equipment with a student helper. Those who do not turn their assigned equipment in and those who have unpaid equipment balances will not receive their yearbook, cap and gown or graduation tickets. All Chromebooks and Chargers must be returned by June 9th. (6/9)*Congratulations to our May Students of the Month : Benjamin Preisch and Kaylee Weierheiser (5/31)*CONGRATULATIONS TO THE JUNE STUDENTS OF THE MONTH : DEREK KNEEPPEL, EMILY WALBY, and RACHEL URBANSKI (6/30)*Looking for something to do this summer? Why not enroll in Art Camp? See this flyer for all the information! (6/23)*Starpoint Theater Camp will run this summer for a two-week program.Week One: June 27, 28, 29, 30Week Two: July 3, 5, 6, 7Hours: 9am to 4pm.There will be a Culminating Performance on Friday, July 7, from 6-8pm.Enrollment: $300.Open to students entering grades 3-9. Enrollment must be at 37 students or greater by June 22 or the program will not run and all monies will be refunded. Enrollment is capped at 65 students.Description:Students will participate in a variety of acting, movement, vocal, and dance classes. Every student will play a role in our final performance at the end of the second week. Students should pack a water bottle and a lunch daily. Register on the Starpoint Community Education website by June 20. (6/20)*2023 Graduates, the Commemorative Starpoint Graduation Beanie Bear is now available from the Starpoint PTA. Order yours today! Orders due by May 30th. (5/30)*Starpoint is looking to hire Student Workers for our Building & Grounds and Technology Departments. See the flyers in Student Services posted on the "JOBS WALL".Ms. Wasko has applications if interested. (6/9)*Seniors still need to turn their questionnaire's into Mrs. Brogan in Student Services, even if you are not going to college, please turn those in asap. (5/26)* Freshman! You may now vote for who you would like to be your Class Officers for next year. The ballot is posted in the Class of 2026 Google Classroom and will remain open until Friday at 2:20. Be sure to vote! (5/26)*Who wore the Vest the Best? Watch the video and cast your vote! (5/26)*Yesterday, the Middle & High School Technology Clubs participated in Tech Wars at Erie County Community College. Our High School team did better than ever before, bringing home three first place finishes! Logan Lemieux took 1st place in the Static Competition for his remote-control snowmobile. Emily Milleville and Anna Solar took 1st place in the On-Site Engineering Challenge, and Benjamin Wichhart took 1st place in the CAM challenge. The VEX robotics team composed of Benjamin Wichhart, Austin Kunkel, Liam Keelty, and Avi Patel brought home a 2nd place medal. Finishing 3rd place in the King of the Hill competition was Connor Proefrock. It was a fun day, and everyone that participated did an excellent job! (5/26)SPORTS*Girls interested in playing JV or Varsity Soccer in the Fall: There will be an Interest Meeting for sign-ups during 10th period on Thursday, June 1st. The location of the meeting will be announced early next week. (6/1)*Girls interested in playing Varsity or JV Basketball next year, please come to N-34 at the High School from 2:25-3:10 on June 1st for a meeting. (6/1)
Congratulations to Broadway Knitting Mills,
Girls Lacrosse, Avery Cardinal. Avery scored a career high 4 goals in the team's sectional win over North Tonawanda.FromBoys Lacrosse, Frankie Carderella. Frankie scored 4 goals and added an assist in the team's triple overtime game against North Tonawanda.FromSoftball, Julia Lukasik and Mattie Adamo. Both Julia and Mattie hit home runs against Kenmore East in the team's sectional game.
Will Avery, Frankie, Julia and MattiePlease report to L-16 for your pictures! (6/2).