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  • Gregorio Gets LEO Gavel

    Madam President is in our midst. Analaura Gregorio, a junior at Somers High School, has been elected president of the New York State Leo Club. The Leo Club is the youth sector of the Lions Club, a service-oriented organization. Gregorio, a vice president with the high school Leo Club in Somers, says it is a great honor and she's excited to put into action her motto, "Together We Serve". In her role as statewide president, Gregorio oversees all 100 Leos Clubs in New York. Her goal this year is to organize a service project in which every club in the state participates. "I try my hardest to motivate everyone to do as much as possible," says Gregorio, "And make sure everyone is participating in events."

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  • Upstanding and Understanding

    Students from the Somers Middle School No Place for Hate Club and Student Council attended a leadership workshop run by the Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center. The workshop was designed just for seventh-graders, and the presenters were assisted by high school students, including Somers students Peyton DiSiena and Kaitlyn DeRosa. The workshop focused on how to be an upstander, respect individuals for their differences and avoid microaggressions. "A microaggression is a comment you make that offends a person, even if you didn't mean to," says seventh-grader Olivia Soto. "A comment that could be taken as prejudiced or insulting to a group, like about race."

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  • Veterans Honored in Somers Schools

    Students, teachers, and staff in Somers Schools recognized Veterans Day with many different activities and ceremonies. The middle school Parade Band marched in the Somers Veterans Day parade. At the high school, the Special Olympics Team, along with the LEOs Club and the Student Volunteer Corps packed 15 boxes of candy for Treats for Troops. At Primrose Elementary School, children wrote letters to soldiers and veterans and collected candy and supplies. At Somers Intermediate School, students invited veterans in their families to the grade-level town meetings. During the assemblies, the veterans were honored with certificates, letters, and a video made by all the classes at SIS.

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  • Tusker Athletes Commit to Colleges

    Seven Somers High School seniors have officially committed to play a sport in college. Missed the signing ceremony? Click "Learn More" to watch on-demand. From left to right in the picture: Kayleigh Kenny, soccer at Drexel University. Megan Dineen, lacrosse at SUNY Albany. Rachel Ross, soccer at Rider University. Nicholas Rossi, lacrosse at Lafayette College. Alexis Atkinson, soccer, Iona College. Jessica Rodriguez, Iona College, soccer. Danielle Roberts, basketball, Roberts Wesleyan College. Congratulations to you all for your hard work. We wish you the best of luck!

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