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First-graders in Michelle Rossi’s class learned about Martin Luther King, Jr. during their library lesson this afternoon. Library teacher Celine Zatarga led students through an interactive tour through King’s childhood home and milestone events as they learned where: Read More: First-Graders Reflect on the Lessons of Dr. King
Sent via SchoolMessenger on January 14, 2021 Our District was notified that an individual who was at Tappan Zee High School this week tested positive for COVID-19 today. Therefore, TZHS will be closed tomorrow, January 15, for cleaning. Classes will continue online as: Read More: COVID-19 Notification: January 14, 2021
Seniors in English teacher Susan Gleeson and English as a New Language teacher Alex Tsironis’ English classes recently identified and investigated problems in our community and conceptualized a non-profit organization that would provide research-based solutions to: Read More: English 12 Students Propose Solutions to Key Issues
Helping students to become critical media consumers in an information-saturated world requires ongoing instruction and practice over the course of their K-12 experience. “At William O. Schaefer Elementary School, we work with our youngest reading detectives as they: Read More: Media Literacy Starts Early for SOCSD Students
Congratulations to Tappan Zee High School science teacher Nicole Farish on being awarded a Zeiss Science Classroom Outreach Program for Educators (SCOPEs) Grant, which provides the school with laboratory equipment valued at $3,800! Delivery of a brand-new Zeiss Primo: Read More: Farish Awarded Zeiss SCOPEs Grant
Award-winning author Ellen Potter shared writing tips with Cottage Lane Elementary School fourth- and fifth-grade writers during a virtual visit yesterday! “The best way to turn a reluctant reader into a voracious reader is to have them fall in love with a series,”: Read More: Guest Expert: Author Ellen Potter
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