More than 100 district students serenaded Board of Education members, administrators and community members with holiday classics, including “Deck the Halls,” “Jingle Bell Rock” and “Joy to the World.”
Carey High School’s varsity football team brought competitors to their knees this season, finishing 12-0 for the second consecutive year. In doing so, the team captured the Nassau County and Long Island championships and was awarded the Rutgers Cup.
The Board of Education, at their December regular meeting, adopted an updated District Field Trip Manual. Click here to download a copy.
The Sewanhaka Central High School District is proud to present our most recent “Points of Pride”, which will be published monthly. Please click on the link to view our list.
The District's Ad Hoc Facility Renovations Committee met on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 to review the final stages of the ATS Field Upgrades.
Here’s your reminder that the Winter Break is almost upon us and this shutdown period is one of the most important of the year for saving money!
Following the successful passing of the bond referendum in May, the District has made significant progress regarding the proposed projects. Phase I of the building plan is nearing completion.
Members of the Board of Education honored district students for their academic and musical achievements during their November meeting.
Energy specialist Stan Johnsen is charged with creating a plan for the district and said a successful outcome hinges on changing the behavior of those who occupy the buildings. He has met with many school groups to discuss energy-conserving measures.
Learn about an important change being considered by the Board of Education
The announcement came at the Oct. 28 BOE meeting, with Legislator Carrié Solages delivering the news. Solages said the funds were allocated as part of a bipartisan effort between Legislators Vincent T. Muscarella, Richard J. Nicolello and Laura Schaefer.
The Smart Schools Bond Act will bring resources to our classrooms to ensure that our students graduate with the skills they need to thrive in the economy of today and tomorrow.