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The South Orangetown Central School District welcomed Michelle Stevens as its new Coordinator of Transportation, effective June 18. Stevens is responsible for the transport of district students and oversight of contracted transportation services. This role marks a: Read More: Stevens Leads SOCSD Transportation Office
South Orangetown Central School District has been hosting its annual Summer STEAM Camp since 2016. For 2020, the District pivoted to an entirely virtual program to serve 220 K-8 campers, with 22 faculty members running sessions. “STEAM Camp provides our: Read More: SOCSD Launches Virtual Summer STEAM Camp
Determining transportation needs is a critical piece of our District’s planning process for reopening. With the understanding that there are many details regarding reopening that are still to be determined, we are asking families to complete the following: Read More: New Transportation Form Deadlines for 2020-21
The South Orangetown Central School District Board of Education has approved the appointment of Rob Schliessman to Acting Principal at William O. Schaefer Elementary School effective September 10, 2020. Schliessman will assume the duties of Sheila Beglin during her: Read More: Schliessman to Serve as WOS Acting Principal This Fall
In May, South Orangetown Central School District administrators, educators, health and safety experts, mental health clinicians, transportation planners, communications staff joined the County-Wide Reopening Work Group convened by Rockland BOCES to plan for the: Read More: SOCSD Launches Reopening Task Force
Four Tappan Zee High School seniors have earned the New York State Seal of Biliteracy (NYSSB), which recognizes high school graduates who demonstrate a high level of proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing one of more languages in addition to English.: Read More: Four Seniors Earn NYS Seal of Biliteracy
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