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  • SMS Students are Loving the Compliments Project

    Middle school can be hard. With this fact in mind, Grade 6 teachers Denise Nobile, Dawn Stanczuk and Tara Garrett helped "spread the love" on Valentine's Day by initiating, "The Compliments Project." Students took turns sitting in the center of the room with their backs turned, while their classmates wrote nice things about them on a large piece of paper. The smiles were huge when the students turned around to read what had been written about them.

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  • Student Created Picture Books Help Teach Science

    Seventh-grade science students in Ms. Manko's classes visited Somers Intermediate School to share their cell picture books with third and fourth graders. Middle school students engaged in a Project-Based Learning Unit in which they developed metaphors to describe how plants and animal cells work, and then turned their metaphors into picture books.

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  • Students Compete and Collect for Food Bank

    Congratulations to these middle school advisory groups for coming in first place in the annual Somers Middle School Food Drive for The Westchester Food Bank. Thank you to all students, teachers, and parents who contributed food and money. Winning groups left to right: Mrs. Schettino's group (6th), Mr. Pappas' group (7th), Mrs. Williams' group (8th).

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  • Dozens Win Art and Writing Awards

    29 students from Somers Middle School and Somers High School have been recognized by the Scholastic Art and Writing awards this year. One of our Grade 8 students, Olivia Bilosi, received a Gold Key Award for her novel. Her work will move on to be adjudicated at the national level of the competition. All winners were also invited to attend the Regional Awards Ceremony held on Sunday, March 3, at Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY. Click on the "Learn More" button below to see a list of our student winners.

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