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No-Shave November at WCS raises money for cancer research
Beards were aplenty at the Walton Central School District during the month of November.

The district participated in No-Shave November to raise money and awareness for prostate and colon cancer research. The idea was to not shave throughout the month of November (though trimming was allowed).

More than 20 members of the Walton CSD staff and Board of Education participated, raising $700. That money will be donated to organizations matched with prostate and colon cancer research.
WCS holds successful lockdown drill
The Walton Central School District held a successful lockdown drill Friday morning.

Aided by local law enforcement officials, the lockdown first took place at Townsend Elementary, followed by the middle and high schools.

Six law enforcement officials – four from the New York State Police, and one each from the Delaware County Sheriff’s office and the Walton Police Department – took the lead during the drill. After, they gave their thoughts to school administrators during a debriefing session.
Varsity boys earn tournament crown
The Walton boys basketball team made it a varsty sweep as the Warriors won the Walton Tip-Off Tournament on Thursday night, beating Stamford.

The night before, the WCS girls earned the tournament championship.

Shane Merwin scored 21 points to earn MVP honors as Walton won, 76-53. Jacob Beach scored 19 points and had nine rebounds and was named to the all-tournament team.
Four WCS students inducted into NTHS
Four Walton Central School District students were recently inducted into the National Technical Honor Society at DCMO BOCES.

The four seniors were recognized during a ceremony at the Harrold Campus.
Varsity girls win Walton Tip-Off Tournament
The Walton Central School varsity girls basketball team won the Walton Tip-Off Tournament, beating Midstate Athletic Conference rival Deposit in the final.

All-tournament selection Olivia Harby had 16 points to lead Walton to the 66-30 victory. Carissa Crandall also made the all-tournament team, and Kelsey Smith was named the tournament MVP.
Brass Ensemble plays for local veterans
Earlier this month, the high school Brass Ensemble participated in an event to honor veterans from Hamden.

The event, sponsored by the Oneonta Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Hamden Senior Citizens, was held at the Hamden Town Hall.
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