Colts Community

Welcome our new Speech Pathologist  Carolyn Filiatrault!

Welcome Mrs. Filiatrault a speech-language pathologist at Colton-Pierrepont Central School. In her free time, she enjoys being outside, taking walks, swimming and cooking. She went to college at SUNY Fredonia College and previously worked at Canton. What made her work here was our positive culture!

- Carolyn Filiatrault - Speech Language

Meet the Coach: Coach Widrick!

Meet The Coach: Coach Widrick is our modified softball and modified basketball coach! Her goal is to work on teamwork and win the record. A CPCS alum, she also played soccer, basketball, and softball. Coach Widrick has always loved cheering for the COLTS!

- Chase Barnes (10th Grade)

Welcome Miss Sergi!

Welcome Miss Elisa Sergi: Teaching Math 7, Algebra 2, and Elementary Math. Her hobbies include listening to music and walking with friends. She went to Canton High School and received her teaching degree from St.Lawrence University. She chose to come to Colton because she loves the community here!

- Tyler Lovely (9th Grade)

Welcome Miss Bacon!

Meet Miss Mackayla Bacon; Our new Living Environment Lab, Chemistry, & 7th grade science teacher! Her hobbies include baking, fishing, and spending time with her family. Originally from Edwards, she earned her teaching degree from SUNY Potsdam. She loves CPCS and its intimate class sizes!

- Domanik Grant (9th Grade)

Congratulations Mrs. Merriman!

While not a new teacher, congratulations to Mrs. Merriman, (formerly Miss Tardelli)! Mrs. Merriman teaches second grade and coaches modified soccer. Her hobbies include reading, sports, exercise, and watching movies. She wanted to join CPCS when she saw our students being successful!

- Chase Barnes (10th Grade)

Ashley McKinley with her 33 Bags designed for youth in Foster Care.

For the third year in a row, Ashley McKinley, a junior at CPCS, has chosen to help children in foster care in St. Lawrence County. This summer her focus was on teenage girls. Ashley - “I would like every teenage girl in foster care to have the same products to feel clean and ready to face the day."


College Board National Recognition Program awardee.

Congratulations to CPCS junior Sadie Williams, who was awarded the National Rural and Small Town Award for her academic achievements in school and outstanding performance on the PSAT/NMSQT®, PSAT™ 10, and/or AP® Exams!