Headlines & Features

  • Jailyn Juarbe and William Marcus Win at SIS Spelling Bee

    A great job was done by all of our Somers Intermediate School Grade 4 students that participated in the school's Spelling Bee on Friday, June 1. It was an exciting competition until the end, with our first and second place winners each receiving a trophy for their accomplishments! Congratulations to our Spelling Bee winners, Jailyn Juarbe (first place) and William Marcus (second place).

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  • SMS Chorus Members Take Home Trophies from High Note Festival

    Our Somers Middle School Chorus members participated in the High Note Festival at Lake Compounce on June 2. The Grade 6 Chorus earned an "Excellent" rating and both the Grade 7 and Grade 8 Chorus earned the highest honor of "Superior." Congratulations to all of our Chorus students on a job well done!

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  • SMS Brings History to Life Through Reenactment

    Somers Middle School held its 10th Annual Living History Day on Thursday, May 25. This event gives seventh grade students the opportunity to experience history on many different levels. There were reenactors from multiple wars, including the Revolutionary War, Civil War, World War II and more. Thank you to all of our volunteer actors that made this day an interactive, educational experience for our children.

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  • Science Research Fair Held at Somers High School

    On Saturday, June 3, Somers High School held a Science Fair for first-year science research students. The event hosted 205 students from 15 different districts across Northern Westchester, Putnam, and Dutchess Counties. Students presented their intended research to 165 judges in 14 different categories. At the competition, 11 of 22 Somers students placed in their category!

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