South Orangetown Central School District

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DARE Program Returns to SOMS

Over the last several weeks, South Orangetown Middle School sixth graders have been participating in the D.A.R.E. program, led by officers from the Orangetown Police Department. D.A.R.E. is a substance abuse prevention education program that aims to provide students: Read More: DARE Program Returns to SOMS

Thank You, Dr. Pritchard!

In this season of thankfulness, “gratitude” was the word Superintendent of Schools Robert Pritchard, Ed.D. had in mind as he visited South Orangetown schools to bid an official farewell this morning. Through songs, certificates, fist bumps, parades and clap outs,: Read More: Thank You, Dr. Pritchard!

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South Orangetown Central School District shares information with students, parents, educators, community members, alumni and the general public via its social media feeds. We welcome your comments, but reserve the right to remove postings/comments that:

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