The Receiver of Taxes for the Town of Somers prints all the tax bills and collects the payments for both the Town and the School District.
The second installment of school taxes is due by January 31, 2018. The Receiver of Taxes is currently accepting pre-payment of the second installment of school taxes, prior to January 1, 2018, between the hours of 9:00AM – 4:30PM, Monday to Friday, at its offices located at 335 Route 202, Somers, New York 10589.
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
Headlines & Features
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 Carreira), students used the backdrop of the Ancient Near Eastern and Egyptian galleries to review historical content.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.
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.
On Tuesday, November 21, 31 students from Somers High School traveled to Hastings High School to help serve a sit down Thanksgiving dinner to over 800 homeless citizens from New York City and Westchester County. The SHS STAT Club (Students Taking Action Together) along with many of the school's International Baccalaureate students, volunteered for this annual event, called Project SHARE. STAT Club advisors Christine Drysdale and Shondra McClary accompanied the students.
Somers Middle School Grade 7 students from Student Council and No Place for Hate attended the Human Rights Institute for Middle School Student Leaders on Thursday, November 16 with their teachers Mr. Arnett and Mrs. Gottlieb. The conference began with a performance by Sheila Arnold, the lead performer of, "History's Alive!" Following the presentation SMS students broke out into workshops that focused on two main themes: Respecting the Individual and How to Be an Upstander.