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  • Passing on the Power of Positivity

    Somers High School student-athletes visited the third-graders at the intermediate school to lead a lesson on mindfulness. The older students talked about power statements, mind and body awareness, and staying positive. The high school students said they developed this class so kids would learn coping skills at an early age, and those skills will be well-practiced by the time they reached high school. The third-graders said it was a good experience and they learned, "no matter what, don't give up". Click "Learn More" to watch the video.

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  • Read (and Write) All About It!

    Another successful Authors Day is in the books at Somers Intermediate School. Students had books signed by the authors, participated in workshops, and listened to the authors read from their books. Our students and teachers send huge thanks to authors Matt Ghandler, Alicia Klepeis, and Peter Lerangis.

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  • TEAM Tuskers Team Building

    Rain can’t get in the way of TEAM Tusker Mentoring fun! Forty-four Somers Intermediate School students and their mentors visited PNW BOCES in Yorktown to participate in TEAM Building. Though the rain kept them from going on the Challenge Course, the group was divided into 4 teams, each with a leader from BOCES. They completed interesting and challenging tasks – working as a team – which made the outcomes more successful. They talked about what working together did for success and how to discuss challenges and the best way to solve the challenge.

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  • 5th-graders “Wax” Poetic

    Fifth-grade students in the classes of Mrs. Sisca/Mrs. Salamone, Mr. Camarra, Mr. Ringer, and Mrs. Gjonaj participated in the 11th Annual Wax Museum at Somers Intermediate School. The children researched a famous person who has made a positive impact on the world and then wrote an autobiography on that person. The culminating event was an evening at the Wax Museum. The children dressed as their subjects and with their published essays hanging behind them, they “posed” as wax figures for parents and families.

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