Writers in Kristen Duroy’s English class at South Orangetown Middle School are penning their own endings to Roald Dahl’s short story “Lamb to the Slaughter.” The assignment is a component of an eighth-grade mystery unit which kicked off with students solving: Read More: Eighth-Grade Authors Investigate Mystery Writing
This morning, South Orangetown Middle School honored and bid farewell to 252 eighth-grade students at its annual Moving Up Ceremony. The SOMS Band performed “Pomp and Circumstance,” “The Star-Spangled Banner” and “You’re a Grand Old Flag” under the direction of: Read More: SOMS Eighth-Graders Mark Advancement
South Orangetown Middle School faculty members took the stage this morning for The Masked Teacher, National Junior Honor Society’s final fundraiser of the year to benefit Hi Tor Animal Care Center in memory of Paul Doctor. SOMS PTA and the Yearbook Club purchased: Read More: “Masked Teacher” Event Raises $510 for Hi Tor
At tonight’s Joint SOCES PTA / SOMS PTA Meeting, South Orangetown Middle School’s PTA Reflections Contest winners were recognized by SOMS PTA President Gloria Bidmead, SOMS Principal Dr. Chad Corey, Interim Assistant Principal Joe Onativia, Superintendent: Read More: Congratulations, SOMS PTA Reflections Winners!
South Orangetown Middle School students raised $1,089 for the National Junior Honor Society’s 6th Annual Pie in the Face event, to benefit Hi-Tor Animal Care Center in memory of Cottage Lane Elementary School teacher Paul Doctor. For Monday’s event, each grade: Read More: NJHS Pie in the Face Event Raises $1,089 for Hi Tor