Cottage Lane Elementary School Technology teacher Jacob Tanenbaum reflects on lessons learned over a decade of coordinating the school’s annual Earth Day in the latest issue of “The Earth Scientist,” a peer reviewed science education journal: Read More: Published: CLE Earth Day as Model for Outdoor Education Event
The South Orangetown Central School District is seeking qualified candidates eager to elevate, engage and inspire for anticipated vacancies in the 2021-22 school year! Click on the video above to hear from staff and administrators about what makes SOCSD a rewarding: Read More: SOCSD is Hiring!
Tappan Zee High School has been designated as a 2020-21 Project Lead the Way Distinguished High School! The high school was one of 204 programs nationwide to receive this recognition based on its scope of offerings, enrollment and efforts to support broad access and: Read More: TZHS Receives National Recognition for Engineering Program
The South Orangetown Central School District is pleased to announce that Brian Galvin was approved by the Board of Education to serve as William O. Schaefer Elementary School Assistant Principal. His appointment was made during the Board’s June 13 reorganization: Read More: Galvin is WOS Assistant Principal
SOCSD is gearing up for Fall 2021 sports! High school fall season sports begin Monday, August 23! Online registration via Sportz Ventures will open July 23, 2021 as per New York State rules (within 30 days of season start). Middle school (modified) fall season sports: Read More: 2021-22 High School Sports
During its annual reorganization meeting this evening, the South Orangetown Central School District Board of Education swore in Dana Stilley, Ph.D., as its newest member. Dr. Stilley was elected to a three-year term in May 2021. A lifelong Rockland County resident,: Read More: Stilley Sworn In as Board’s Newest Member
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