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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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  • Celebrating the Class of 2021

    Members of the senior class are busy planning many fun activities to celebrate the Class of 2021. "We are working hard to plan events for the second half of our senior year," says Kaitlyn DeRosa, senior class president. One of the most requested events is a recurrence of the Senior Salute car parade, an event born out of the shutdown and gathering limitations of last spring. Seniors and their families will decorate their cars and parade through town, ending at the high school where faculty, staff and administrators will cheer them on to the next chapter in life. Another event in the works is a drive-in movie night.

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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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  • PTSA Promotes Driver Safety

    On February 23rd, the Somers High School Parent Teacher Student Association hosted a Driver Safety Program for sophomores and juniors as they become new drivers. Somers Town Justice, Michael McDermott and a New York State Trooper provided the students with an invaluable opportunity to learn from their powerful experiences and insights. Jacy Good from Hang Up and Drive shared her story of suffering severe brain injuries after a major car accident at the hands of a distracted driver. Students and a parent must attend in order to obtain a senior parking space.

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