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  • School Hours/Phone Numbers:

    Primrose:  8:00 - 2:30  (914) 248-8888

    SIS:  9:00 - 3:25  (914) 277-4344

    SMS:  8:26 - 2:58  (914) 277-3399

    SHS:  7:35 - 2:00  (914) 248-8585

    Human Resources:  (914) 277-2430

    Student Registrar:  (914) 277-2432

    Transportation:  (914) 277-3180

    Special Services:  (914) 277-3777


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Headlines & Features

  • 25 Somers Middle School Students Receive 2018 Scholastic Writing Awards

    Congratulations to the twenty-five Grade 8 Somers Middle School students who have received 2018 Scholastic Writing Awards! To recognize their outstanding work, these students are invited, along with their guests and teachers, to the 2018 awards ceremony for the Hudson to Housatonic Region of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards in March. Click on the “learn more” button to see a complete list of student names and their honors.

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  • Baccalaureate Program at Somers Middle School Green-Lighted

    The Somers Board of Education has given its support to Somers Middle School to move forward with implementing the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program. The Middle Years Program is an extension of the International Baccalaureate Program that started at the high school this year. Superintendent Dr. Raymond Blanch, middle school Principal Jeff Getman, and Assistant Principal Jennifer Spirelli presented the findings of a months-long feasibility study to the school board on Monday, Jan. 22. The study was conducted by teams of middle school teachers, who were tasked with determining whether the Middle Years Program was a good fit for the school, and vice versa. To read more on this topic, please click on the button below.

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  • SHS World History Students Visit Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Somers High School students from Mrs. St. John’s World History Advanced course traveled to New York City to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art on December 11, 2017. Accompanied by their exceptionally knowledgeable chaperones (Mrs. Bangash, Mr. Lopez and Mr. Carreira), students used the backdrop of the Ancient Near Eastern and Egyptian galleries to review historical content. “Art acts as the internet of the past, and the political and social messages of the works seen on site provided a richer understanding of the cultures already studied in the classroom,” said Mrs. St. John.

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  • Somers Education Foundation Call for Talent on Now for 2018 Variety Show

    The Somers Education Foundation is now accepting applications for their 2018 Variety Show! Register online before January 5, then watch your email for your assigned audition time, which will be scheduled for January 10 or 11. Our audition team can’t wait to see you show your talent in hope of being in the spotlight at the show on January 26! All acts must be less than 3 minutes long and auditions are required. Register today at: www.sefny.org.

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