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  • Parents' Turn to Learn at Tusker University

    It was the parents’ turn to learn from the teachers at the first Tusker University event, held on February 24th. More than 120 parents attended the virtual workshop, a concept developed by the Somers Central School District’s Learning Office. “This idea came from our community,” says Director of Learning Kevin Guidotti. “We asked families how we can best support them and their child’s school life, and those discussions evolved into these learning sessions.”

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  • Social Media Boot Camp

    Social Media Boot Camp, a part of Tusker University, gives parents a crash course on the most popular apps and what to watch for if their children using them. Presented by the Westchester County Police Department and Somers School Resource Officers, this workshop is packed with great tips.

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  • Winter Wonderland Fun

    SIS celebrated Winter Wonderland and Mother Nature delivered with lots of snow! Organized by the student government, all the classes raised money during the week for St. Jude’s Children's Hospital. As a reward, students played outside in the snow with hot chocolate and a snack. Thank you to the PTA for supplying the treats, and to Scotty, owner of Somers Super Deli who volunteered with the PTA.

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  • Kindness Snowmen Raise Funds for Kids

    The student government at Somers Intermediate School hosted a kindness snowman decorating contest as a fundraiser for St. Jude's Children's hospital. Each class designed a snowman that included messages of kindness from one child to another child or adult in the building. The classes were judged on their unique and creative ideas based on the theme of kindness. Pictured left to right the winners in each grade are: Mrs. Dulyk's 3rd grade class, a tie between Ms. Monteleone/Mrs. Brelesky's and Mrs. Mojica's 4th grade classes, and Mrs. Mallon/Mrs. Finklestein's 5th grade class.

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