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  • Wee Deliver Post Office Tradition Continues at Primrose

    The newest Postmasters at Primrose Elementary School were sworn in by Officer Brian, as the beloved tradition of the Wee Deliver Post Office continues. Second-graders will sort, deliver, and accept incoming mail from teachers and students throughout the year. The students started this journey by researching the mail delivery process, preparing for interviews, and then getting interviewed by district officials, including Superintendent Dr. Raymond Blanch. This program teaches children the value of handwriting a letter, how to address a letter, and the joy of receiving mail.

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  • SHS Students Sign Letters of Intent

    These Somers High School seniors recently had a big day as they signed intent letters to play a sport at Division 1 schools. Pictured left to right: Nathan Han, golf at Columbia University. Katrina Kurtz, soccer at Siena College. Alexandra Kalayjian, soccer at Florida State University. Emma Kittredge, lacrosse at Sacred Heart University. Alexandra Pittman, lacrosse at College of the Holy Cross. Hannah Lustig, lacrosse at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Gabriella Mazzotta, softball at Manhattan College. Congratulations to you all!

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  • TEAM Tuskers Mentor Program Brings Together Students, Parents and Mentors

    The TEAM Tuskers Mentor Program recently kicked off with an orientation at Somers Middle School. There were lots of laughs, smiles and new friends made. All the new mentees from both SIS and SMS met their mentors. After welcomes from program director Midge Miller, Dr. Blanch, and Jeff Getman, the parents went into a different room and talked about parents' responsibilities and what to expect from the program. Meanwhile, the kids stayed in the library and played games to get to know their mentors, and then introduced their mentors to their parents.

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  • Somers High School Receives Prestigious Blue Ribbon Award

    On November 8, Somers High School Principal Mark Bayer and Somers High School Art Department leader Angela Holder traveled to Washington, D.C. to accept the Blue Ribbon Award from the Department of Education. The distinction as an Exemplary High Performing School is one of the most prestigious awards in education. Click on the button below to read more on this story.

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