• UPDATE 3/18/20
    I hope that you are all healthy & safe!
    Please be patient as I prepare to move to toward a completely online platform.  Over the next 2 weeks while school is closed, I will be using a combination of this website and Schoology to provide resources and instruction to students, while also maintaining communication with both students and parents.  You can also always reach me through email and my Remind account.  In the meantime, STAY CALM & RESEARCH ON!
    -Mrs. Fleming
    ACTUALIZACIÓN 18/03/20
    ¡Espero que todos estén sanos y seguros!
    Tenga paciencia mientras me preparo para avanzar hacia una plataforma completamente en línea. Durante las próximas 2 semanas, mientras la escuela está cerrada, utilizaré una combinación de este sitio web y Schoology para proporcionar recursos e instrucción a los estudiantes, al mismo tiempo que mantendré comunicación con los estudiantes y los padres. También siempre puede comunicarse conmigo por correo electrónico y mi cuenta de Recordatorio. Mientras tanto, MANTÉNGASE TRANQUILO E INVESTIGUE!
    -Señora. flamenco
    It is with great pride and pleasure that I inform you that two our of White Plains High School Science Research students were recognized and awarded with prizes this past Saturday, February 8, 2020, at the annual Westchester-Rockland Junior Science & Humanities Symposium (WR-JSHS) held at John Jay HS in Cross River, NY.  Please join me in congratulating our WPHS representatives:
    Amanda Mondschein (11th grade)
    2nd Place
    Cellular & Molecular Biology
    For her competitive poster presentation titled "The Effect Decreasing Pumilio 1 has on other Proteins in the Brain"
    Shannon Rogers (12th grade)
    1st Place
    Behavior III
    For her PowerPoint presentation titled "The Classroom Social Functioning of Youths Experiencing Potentially Traumatic Events"
    In total, White Plains High School had 11 seniors and 7 juniors who competed at Saturday's WR-JSHS Fair.  Students competed in either the PowerPoint/Speaker division (6), Competitive Poster division (7) or the Display Poster division (5).  This year over 500 students participated from 38 high schools in the Westchester & Rockland counties of New York state.  Please join  me in congratulating all our participating students for their dedication and commitment to their science research projects.  They performed amazingly well in a highly competitive environment and I know it was a very valuable learning experience for all of them.
    I am also very happy to announce that Shannon's 1st place win qualifies her to present her PowerPoint at the Albany Junior Science & Humanities Symposium (Albany-JSHS) that will take place at the SUNY Albany campus on March 25-26th.  Shannon will be competing with other Science Research students representing high schools from several different counties throughout New York state.  We are extremely honored to be representing the White Plains School District at this highly competitive event.  
    In addition, I am very excited to announce that Shannon and her mentor, Dr. Melissa Alderfer, have been selected to present their poster titled "The social functioning of youth experiencing adverse events: Self- and peer-perceptions" at the meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA) Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (SCCAP Division 53) held in Washington DC on August 6-9th. 
    If you'd like to hear more about our Science Research students' projects, please plan to join us at our annual Science Research Symposium held on Wednesday May 20, 2020 from 6:30-8:30pm.  Invitations will be distributed in early May. 
    Attached are some photos from the fair and award ceremony:
    Thank you for your continued support of the Science Research Program!

    Freshmen application are due!

    Those freshmen who are interested in joining the Science Research Program for the 2020-2021 school year must submit completed applications.  Please see Mrs. Fleming and/or your guidance counselor for more information.

    ¡Se deben presentar solicitudes para estudiantes de primer año! Los estudiantes de primer año que estén interesados ​​en unirse al Programa de Investigación de Ciencias para el año escolar 2020-2021 deben presentar solicitudes completas. Consulte a la Sra. Fleming y / o su consejero vocacional para obtener más información.


    We are in constant need of volunteer judges for our science research fairs and practice nights.  This is an excellent opportunity to experience first-hand what our science research students go through at these fairs and get familar with the work they are doing.  Please contact Mrs. Fleming for more information.  (914) 422-2305 or kimberlyfleming@wpcsd.k12.ny.us

    ¡SE NECESITAN JUECES VOLUNTARIOS! Necesitamos constantemente jueces voluntarios para nuestras ferias de investigación científica y noches de práctica. Esta es una excelente oportunidad para experimentar de primera mano lo que nuestros estudiantes de investigación científica pasan en estas ferias y familiarizarse con el trabajo que están haciendo. Por favor, póngase en contacto con la Sra. Fleming para más información. (914) 422-2305 o kimberlyfleming@wpcsd.k12.ny.us




    Here is the information presented to you at the White Plains High School Open House that was held on Thursday evening September 26, 2019.

    Science Research PowerPoint presentation to parents (pdf)
    Science Research PowerPoint presentation to parents (SPANISH)

    Please check the links provided on the left to obtain copies of summer assignments and any additional information you may need for the first days of school.  When possible, I have included spanish versions of resources.  I apologize if any of the translations are inaccurate or confusing.


    Aquí está la información que se le presentó en la jornada de puertas abiertas de White Plains High School que se celebró el jueves 26 de septiembre de 2019.
    Presentación de PowerPoint de Science Research para padres (pdf)
    Presentación de PowerPoint de Science Research para padres (ESPAÑOL)
    Consulte los enlaces que se encuentran a la izquierda para obtener copias de las tareas de verano y cualquier información adicional que pueda necesitar para los primeros días de clases. Cuando sea posible, he incluido versiones en español de los recursos. Pido disculpas si alguna de las traducciones es inexacta o confusa.

    Updated 1/24/20 actualizado 24/01/20