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  • Wilson Chat   from our Principal's Office

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  • Wilson Wildcat Times

    Please take a moment to read what some of our student journalists have been working on.

    Browse our past issues at


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  • Summer Jobs

    Applications will begin 2/20/2017

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  • New York Youth Institute Symposium

    On behalf of the World Food Prize Foundation and Cornell University, I cordially invite your high school students to take part in the New York Youth Institute symposium. From March 31 to April 1, high schoolers from around the state will come to Cornell’s Ithaca campus to taste savory local dishes, tour cutting edge farm and research labs, network with renowned agricultural professionals, and most importantly, share their own solutions to hunger and food insecurity.

    To participate in the New York Youth Institute, your high schoolers must select a 2-3 page paper addressing the specific food security challenges in a country of their choice. Following their research and writing, one of their teachers will edit their work and give feedback before their submission. Weeks later, students go to Cornell to present their research to experts, explore the current work in agriculture, and become inspired to grow in knowledge and passion for food security.

    Instructions for Participating in the Symposium


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  • Champlain College Young Writers' Conference

    May 26-28.

    The postmark DEADLINE OF FEBRUARY 24  

    to attend a weekend of writing workshops, craft sessions, and open mic at the Champlain College Young Writers' Conference, May 26-28. Now in our seventeenth year, our doors are open to high school students who wish to share their passion for story, drama, and song with their writerly brothers and sisters—and with celebrated New England authors. We offer three days of readings, improv, Moth storytelling, poetry slams, literary jazz/blues fusion, and extended friendship on the hillside campus of Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont.

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  • Common Core

    Please click on the word link to view a video and information regarding the new New York State Common Core Assessments --> LINK
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