The following post was written by Executive Director of Finance and Management Services Alicia Koster. Over the last several weeks, the administrative team has reviewed our school district’s safety protocols, particularly in terms of emergency prevention, preparedness: Read More: Lessons Learned: District Emergency Preparedness and Protocols
Congratulations to sixth-grader Jonathann M., the South Orangetown Middle School Upstander for Week 17–and the final Upstander of the year! “I always try to do good things for people,” he says. Jonathann’s teachers nominated him for being kind: Read More: Congratulations to SOMS Week 17 Upstander Jonathann M!
Rockland Community College Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Architecture instructor Khader Humied took eighth-grade technology students on a deep-dive of Autodesk AutoCAD software on Wednesday, as part of their unit on architectural design. “They’re working: Read More: College Instructor Gives a Hands-On CAD Lesson at SOMS
Reporter Barry Warner recently interviewed the Tappan Zee High School Leo Club for his Volunteer of the Week column in the Rockland County Times. The Leos are featured in the December 13 issue, which is available in print at local libraries and the Town Hall or online: Read More: Leos Lauded as “Volunteers of the Week”
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