SHS Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, October 20, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • It’s Friday!!!

Club Happenings:

  • The Current Events/Debate Club meeting is Thursday the 26th in room 218. Will be holding a debate dealing with gun laws. This is open to anyone who is interested and there will be snacks.  All are welcome!

  • The next GSA meeting is on Monday afterschool in Room 112.  New members are welcome!

  • There will be an Environmental Club meeting Tuesday October 24th.

Class News:  

  • Jostens will be here on Tuesday, October 24th to hand out class rings and also to begin taking orders for caps & gowns.  Seniors please refer to the packets from Jostens for cap and gown info that were given out in social studies classes.

  • Seniors! It's time to create your senior quote for the yearbook. All seniors were sent an invitation to a Google Classroom site, check your e-mail and get your quote done by December 1st. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Stong

Student Info:

  • Yearbooks are now on sale for the price of $70.00. After October 31st, the price will increase to $75.00.  To purchase a book at the sale price, see Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano or pick up an order form in the guidance or main office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • Winter sports online registration is now open. Stop In the athletic office for information on how to register online.

These announcements are sponsored by Spack News. Follow Spack News on Twitter today!!!

 

Thursday, October 19, 2017 – Odd Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • Science Olympiad Team is meeting Today at 2:10 in MST room. All members must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts. We will start working on events and planning.

Club Happenings:

  • The Current Events/Debate Club meet that was scheduled for today has been move to next Thursday the 26th in room 218. Will be holding a debate dealing with gun laws. This is open to anyone who is interested and there will be snacks.  All are welcome!

  • The next GSA meeting is on Monday afterschool in Room 112.  New members are welcome!

  • There will be an Environmental Club meeting Tuesday October 24th.

Class News:  

  • Jostens will be here on Tuesday, October 24th to hand out class rings and also to begin taking orders for caps & gowns.  Seniors please refer to the packets from Jostens for cap and gown info that were given out in social studies classes.

Student Info:

  • Yearbooks are now on sale for the price of $70.00. After October 31st, the price will increase to $75.00.  To purchase a book at the sale price, see Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano or pick up an order form in the guidance or main office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • Winter sports online registration is now open. Stop In the athletic office for information on how to register online.

These announcements are sponsored by Spack News. Follow Spack News on Twitter today!!!

 

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • The Computer Club will meet today after school in Room 113. All are welcome

  • The next Student Government meeting will take place today at 2:10 PM in room 218. ALL elected class representatives, club presidents and class presidents should be at this meeting

Club Happenings:

  • Science Olympiad Team is meeting Thursday 10/19 at 2:10 in MST room. All members must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts. We will start working on events and planning.

  • The Current Events/Debate Club will be holding a debate dealing with gun laws on Thursday 10/19 in room 218.  This is open to anyone who is interested and there will be snacks.  All are welcome!

Class News:  

  • Jostens will be here on Tuesday, October 24th to hand out class rings and also to begin taking orders for caps & gowns.  Seniors please refer to the packets from Jostens for cap and gown info that were given out in social studies classes.

Student Info:

  • Yearbooks are now on sale for the price of $70.00. After October 31st, the price will increase to $75.00.  To purchase a book at the sale price, see Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano or pick up an order form in the guidance or main office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • Winter sports online registration is now open. Stop In the athletic office for information on how to register online.

These announcements are sponsored by Spack News. Follow Spack News on Twitter today!!!

 

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 – Odd Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • There will be an Environmental club meeting today, in room 317 at 2:10.

Club Happenings:

  • The Computer Club will meet on Wednesday, October 18th after school in Room 113.

All are welcome

  • The next Student Government meeting will take place on Wednesday, October 18 at 2:10 PM in room 218. ALL elected class representatives, club presidents and class presidents should be at this meeting

  • Science Olympiad Team meeting Thursday 10/19 at 2:10 in MST room. All members must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts. We will start working on events and planning.

  • The Current Events/Debate Club will be holding a debate dealing with gun laws on Thursday 10/19 in room 218.  This is open to anyone who is interested and there will be snacks.  All are welcome!

Class News:  

  • Jostens will be here on Tuesday, October 24th to hand out class rings and also to begin taking orders for caps & gowns.  Seniors please refer to the packets from Jostens for cap and gown info that were given out in social studies classes.

Student Info:

  • Yearbooks are now on sale for the price of $70.00. After October 31st, the price will increase to $75.00.  To purchase a book at the sale price, see Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano or pick up an order form in the guidance or main office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • Winter sports online registration is now open. Stop In the athletic office for information on how to register online.

 

These announcements are sponsored by Spack News. Follow Spack News on Twitter today!!!

 

Today’s Highlights:

  • Attention Mathematics Team members!  The next practice will be held today after school.  New members are welcome.  If you cannot attend, please speak to Ms. Pupko.

  • Today is the last day to order baked goods for the Music Boosters of Spackenkill fundraiser.

Club Happenings:

  • The Computer Club will meet on Wednesday, October 18th after school in Room 113.

All are welcome

  • Science Olympiad Team meeting Thursday 10/19 at 2:10 in MST room. All members must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts. We will start working on events and planning.

  • The Current Events/Debate Club will be holding a debate dealing with gun laws on Thursday 10/19 in room 218.  This is open to anyone who is interested and there will be snacks.  All are welcome!

Class News:  

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Student Info:

  • Yearbooks are now on sale for the price of $70.00. After October 31st, the price will increase to $75.00.  To purchase a book at the sale price, see Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano or pick up an order form in the guidance or main office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • Winter sports online registration is now open. Stop In the athletic office for information on how to register online.

These announcements are sponsored by Spack News. Follow Spack News on Twitter today!!!

 

Friday, October 13, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • There will be a mandatory treasurers meeting for all club and class treasurers today after school in room 110.  

  • There will be a representative from UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO @ 8am and CIA @ 10am in the guidance office today.

  • Swing for Spack Juniors 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is Saturday, October 14th. Sign up and support the class. See Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley with questions

  • For those interested in learning about Crew -  The "Learn to Row" program is tomorrow, at the HRRA boathouse at 8am.  No prior experience necessary!  All middle and HS students are invited to participate.

Club Happenings:

  • Congratulations to the following high scorers on the first ASMA contest:Jeana Chun, Cory Mazzarelli, Zachary Johnson, Qihang Yao, Andrew Wu, Anya Justin, Jeremy Webster, Sharon Devlin, Manavi Jaluka and Justin Moore.

  • Attention Mathematics Team members!  The next practice will be held on Monday after school.  New members are welcome.  If you cannot attend, please speak to Ms. Pupko.

  • The Computer Club will meet on Wednesday, October 18th after school in Room 113.All are welcome.

  • The Current Events/Debate Club will be holding a debate dealing with gun laws on Thursday 10/19 in room 218.  This is open to anyone who is interested and there will be snacks.  All are welcome!

Class News:  

Student Info:

  • Music Boosters of Spackenkill is selling numerous items, like cookie dough, soup mix, and bread mix to raise money. Participation will help support music programs throughout the district like guest artists, senior scholarships and much more. To order something ask a friend in band, orchestra or chorus. Items are expected to arrive by the week of November 13. You will be contacted with a time and date for pickup.  All order forms are due by October 16th.

  • Yearbooks are now on sale for the price of $70.00. After October 31st, the price will increase to $75.00.  To purchase a book at the sale price, see Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano or pick up an order form in the guidance or main office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • Winter sports online registration is now open. Stop In the athletic office for information on how to register online.

  • Congratulations go out to Spack Golf Team!  Spackenkill took 5 of the 20 qualifying positions and 3 of the top 10 medals with Erik Stauderman Taking 1st place!

 

These announcements are sponsored by Spack News. Follow Spack News on Twitter today!!!

 

Thursday, October 12, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • Attention Mathematics Team members!  The first ASMA meet is today after school in Ms. Pupko's room. Bring your Thinking Cap! Bring a new member!

  • The Current Events/Debate club will meet today in room 218 at 2:10pm.If you're interested in debating modern issues please come by.

  • There will be a representative from RPI @1 PM in the guidance office today.

Club Happenings:

  • Swing for Spack Juniors 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is Saturday, October 14th. Sign up and support the class. See Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley with questions.

Class News:  

Student Info:

  • Music Boosters of Spackenkill is selling numerous items, like cookie dough, soup mix, and bread mix to raise money. Participation will help support music programs throughout the district like guest artists, senior scholarships and much more. To order something ask a friend in band, orchestra or chorus. Items are expected to arrive by the week of November 13. You will be contacted with a time and date for pickup.  All order forms are due by October 16th.

  • Yearbooks are now on sale for the price of $70.00. After October 31st, the price will increase to $75.00.  To purchase a book at the sale price, see Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano or pick up an order form in the guidance or main office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • For those interested in learning about Crew -  The "Learn to Row" program is Saturday, October 14th, at the HRRA boathouse at 8am.  No prior experience necessary!  All middle and HS students are invited to participate.

  • Winter sports online registration is now open. Stop In the athletic office for information on how to register online.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017 – Odd Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • The Spack News Club will be meeting in room 214 after school on Wednesday the 11th.

          All members please attend

  • The French Club will be meeting today in room 416. Elections will begin promptly at 2:10 p.

  • There will be a representative from Hartwick at 9:45 in the guidance office today.

Club Happenings:

  • Attention Mathematics Team members!  The first ASMA meet will be held on Thursday after school in Ms. Pupko's room. Bring your Thinking Cap! Bring a new member!

  • The Current Events/Debate club will be meeting on Thursday Oct 12 in room 218 at 2:10pm.  If you're interested in debating modern issues please come by.

  • Swing for Spack Juniors 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is Saturday, October 14th. Sign up and support the class. See Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley with questions.

Class News:  

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Student Info:

  • Music Boosters of Spackenkill is selling numerous items, like cookie dough, soup mix, and bread mix to raise money. Participation will help support music programs throughout the district like guest artists, senior scholarships and much more. To order something ask a friend in band, orchestra or chorus. Items are expected to arrive by the week of November 13. You will be contacted with a time and date for pickup.  All order forms are due by October 16th.

  • Yearbooks are now on sale for the price of $70.00. After October 31st, the price will increase to $75.00.  To purchase a book at the sale price, see Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano or pick up an order form in the guidance or main office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • For those interested in learning about Crew -  The "Learn to Row" program is Saturday, October 14th, at the HRRA boathouse at 8am.  No prior experience necessary!  All middle and HS students are invited to participate.

  • Winter sports online registration is now open. Stop In the athletic office for information on how to register online.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • There will be a GSA Meeting Today after school in room 112.  We will be electing club officers so please make every attempt to attend. New members are welcome.

  • Chess Club meets today in room 421. See Mr. Bromsey with any questions.

Club Happenings:

  • The Spack News Club will be meeting in room 214 after school on Wednesday the 11th. All members please attend

  • Attention Mathematics Team members!  The first ASMA meet will be held on Thursday after school in Ms. Pupko's room. Bring your Thinking Cap! Bring a new member!

  • The French Club meeting has been moved to tomorrow, Wednesday 10/11. Elections will begin promptly at 2:10 p.m. in room 416 tomorrow, Wednesday 10/11.

  • The Current Events/Debate club will be meeting on Thursday Oct 12 in room 218 at 2:10pm.  If you're interested in debating modern issues please come by.

  • Swing for Spack Juniors 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is Saturday, October 14th. Sign up and support the class. See Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley with questions.

Class News:  

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Student Info:

  • Music Boosters of Spackenkill is selling numerous items, like cookie dough, soup mix, and bread mix to raise money. Participation will help support music programs throughout the district like guest artists, senior scholarships and much more. To order something ask a friend in band, orchestra or chorus. Items are expected to arrive by the week of November 13. You will be contacted with a time and date for pickup.  All order forms are due by October 16th.

  • Yearbooks are now on sale for the price of $70.00. After October 31st, the price will increase to $75.00.  To purchase a book at the sale price, see Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano or pick up an order form in the guidance or main office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • For those interested in learning about Crew -  The "Learn to Row" program is Saturday, October 14th, at the HRRA boathouse at 8am.  No prior experience necessary!  All middle and HS students are invited to participate.

Friday, October 6, 2017 – Odd Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • Today is the last day of spirit week-Pride day.  Last chance to support the teachers and staff as they compete to "pie" their opponent at the pep rally this afternoon.  All donations go to a Relief for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

  • The homecoming dance is tomorrow night at 7pm.  advance Tickets are $10.00 or you can pay $12.00 at the door.  Please see  Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano.  If you are bringing a non-Spackenkill student you must sign up on the sheet in the main office.  Come out for dancing and fun

  • Another Friendly reminder from Ms. Baker, If you would like to come to room 109 during your lunch or study hall you need to ask her in advance and get a pass. Please don't ask just before the period starts. Your consideration is appreciated.

Club Happenings:

  • There will be a GSA Meeting on Tuesday, October 10 after school in room 112.  We will be electing club officers so please make every attempt to attend.  New members are welcome.  Any questions see Ms. Pupko or Ms. Huczel.

  • The Spack News Club will be meeting in room 214 after school on Wednesday the 11th. All members please attend

  • The French Club will be holding elections for President, Vice President, Secretary, & Treasurer at its next meeting after school on Tuesday October 10 in Room 416. Officer positions are open to anyone, and everyone is encouraged to run. If interested, please see Mrs. Hart in Room 416 for a list of officer duties along with details on the election process.

  • The Current Events/Debate club will be meeting on Thursday Oct 12 in room 218 at 2:10pm.  If you're interested in debating modern issues please come by.

  • Swing for Spack Juniors 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is October 14. Sign up and support the class. See Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley with questions.

Student Info:

  • Music Boosters of Spackenkill is selling numerous items, like cookie dough, soup mix, and bread mix to raise money. Participation will help support music programs throughout the district like guest artists, senior scholarships and much more. To order something ask a friend in band, orchestra or chorus. Items are expected to arrive by the week of November 13. You will be contacted with a time and date for pickup.  All order forms are due by October 16th.

  • Yearbooks are now on sale for the price of $70.00. After October 31st, the price will increase to $75.00.  To purchase a book at the sale price, see Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano or pick up an order form in the guidance or main office.

Spartan Sports:            

It’s a 3-PEAT. For the 3rd year in a row, the Spackenkill golf team won the MHAL Golf Championship yesterday at Apple Greens... Congratulations!!

Thursday, October 5, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • The Flag Football game is today at 2:15 on the high school football field.  Please come out and support the teams!

  • Students if you wish to participate in the Pep Rally activities please sign up with your class advisors.  You must sign up by Today to be considered. Freshman can sign up on Ms. Pisano’s door in the guidance office.

  • The Science Olympiad Team will be meeting after school Today at 2:10 PM in the MST room.  We will be reviewing the preliminary event assignments.  All team members should attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts.  New members welcome.

  • The Mathematics Team will meet today for the second practice to set the teams for DUSO, Room 112 after school. If you cannot attend, please speak to Ms. Pupko.

Club Happenings:

  • The Spack News Club will be meeting in room 214 after school on Wednesday the 11th. All members please attend

  • There will be a GSA Meeting on Tuesday, October 10 after school in room 112.  We will be electing club officers so please make every attempt to attend.  New members are welcome.  Any questions see Ms. Pupko or Ms. Huczel.

  • The French Club will be holding elections for President, Vice President, Secretary, & Treasurer at its next meeting after school on Tuesday October 10 in Room 416. Officer positions are open to anyone, and everyone is encouraged to run. If interested, please see Mrs. Hart in Room 416 for a list of officer duties along with details on the election process.

  • The Current Events/Debate club will be meeting on Thursday Oct 12 in room 218 at 2:10pm.  If you're interested in debating modern issues please come by.

  • Swing for Spack Juniors 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is October 14. Sign up and support the class. See Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley with questions.

  • The Environmental Club is collecting donations to aid in the relief of all of the areas affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma & Maria.These efforts are ongoing and our support is greatly needed. Look for donation canisters or see Ms. OSullivan in room 317

Class News:  

  • Sophomores we are working on hall decorations in room 216 please come help!!

  • This week is Fall Spirit Week.  Show your Spack Spirit by participating in the daily themes:

Today -Class Color Day, Friday- Spartan Pride Day

Student Info:

  • Music Boosters of Spackenkill is selling numerous items, like cookie dough, soup mix, and bread mix to raise money. Participation will help support music programs throughout the district like guest artists, senior scholarships and much more. To order something ask a friend in band, orchestra or chorus. Items are expected to arrive by the week of November 13. You will be contacted with a time and date for pickup.  All order forms are due by October 16th.

  • It’s that time of year...Please support the teachers and staff as they compete to "pie" their opponent.  All donations go to a Relief for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

  • The homecoming dance will be held Saturday, October 7th at 7:00.  advance Tickets are  $10.00 and $12.00 at the door. please see  Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano. IIf you are bringing a non-Spackenkill student you must sign up on the sheet in the main office.  Come out for dancing and fun

  • Yearbooks are on sale for the sale price of $70.00. after October 31st, the price will increase to $75.00.  To purchase a book at the sale price see Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano or pick up an order form in the guidance or main office.

Today’s Highlights:

  • The Computer Club will be meeting today at 2:10 pm in Room 113.

  • There will be a representative from MARIST COLLEGE @10:15 and R.I.T @12:30 in the guidance office today. The list of upcoming college rep visits can be found on the College Visits link on the left hand side of the high school’s webpage.

  • Computer lab 109 will be closed for the first 15 minutes of every period.

Club Happenings:

  • There will be a GSA Meeting on Tuesday, October 10 after school in room 112.  We will be electing club officers so please make every attempt to attend.  New members are welcome.  Any questions see Ms. Pupko or Ms. Huczel.

  • The Science Olympiad Team will be meeting after school Thursday at 2:10 PM in the MST room.  We will be reviewing the preliminary event assignments.  All team members should attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts.  New members welcome.

  • The French Club will be holding elections for President, Vice President, Secretary, & Treasurer at its next meeting after school on Tuesday October 10 in Room 416. Officer positions are open to anyone, and everyone is encouraged to run. If interested, please see Mrs. Hart in Room 416 for a list of officer duties along with details on the election process.

  • The Current Events/Debate club will be meeting on Thursday Oct 12 in room 218 at 2:10pm.  If you're interested in debating modern issues please come by.

  • Swing for Spack Juniors 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is October 14. Sign up and support the class. See Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley with questions.

  • The Environmental Club is collecting donations to aid in the relief of all of the areas affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma & Maria.These efforts are ongoing and our support is greatly needed. Look for donation canisters or see Ms. OSullivan in room 317

  • The Mathematics Team will meet for the second practice to set the teams for DUSO, on Thursday in Room 112 after school. If you cannot attend, please speak to Ms. Pupko.

Class News:  

  • Sophomores we are working on hall decorations in room 216 please come help!!

  • This week is Fall Spirit Week.  Show your Spack Spirit by participating in the daily themes:

Today -Favorite Movie Character Day Thursday-Class Colors Day, Friday- Spartan Pride Day

  • The Flag Football game will be held on Thursday, October 5 at 2:15 on the high school football field.  Please come out and support the teams!

  • Juniors flag foot practice is Today from 2:10-2:45. Seniors will practice Wednesday from 2:10-2:45. You must attend at least one practice to participate.

  • Any senior who has not taken their portrait for the yearbook must call Lifetouch to make an appointment to do so. The last possible date for pictures will be October 11th The number for life touch is on the HS webpage.

Student Info:

  • Students if you wish to participate in the Pep Rally activities please sign up with your class advisors.  You must sign up by Thursday, October 5th to be considered

  • It’s that time of year...Please support the teachers and staff as they compete to "pie" their opponent.  All donations go to a Relief for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

  • The homecoming dance will be held Saturday, October 7th at 7:00. Tickets will go on sale  Wednesday October 4th,please see  Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano.  Tickets will be $10.00 and $12.00 at the door.  If you are bringing a non-Spackenkill student you must sign up on the sheet in the main office.  Come out for dancing and fun

  • Yearbooks are on sale for the sale price of $70.00 after October 31st, the price will increase to $75.00.  To purchase a book at the sale price see Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano or pick up an order form in the guidance or main office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • The Spackenkill golf team completed its regular season play with a 172–210 win over Wallkill at the Turtle Creek golf course, a course that no Spackenkill player had played before.The golf team’s next challenge will be the MHAL Championship match at Apple Greens on Thursday where they hope to win their 3rd consecutive championship. Well done with the Wallkill match and good luck on Thursday

Monday, October 2, 2017 – Odd Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • The Student Government officer elections will take place today during all history classes. All students will receive the ballot via a link to their school email. The candidate speeches will be viewed before voting in each history class. Students must log into their email accounts to vote.

  • FAIHR, Spackenkill's Human Rights club, will meet TODAY in Room 212 after school. New members are welcome.

  • There will be a representative from EMORY UNIVERSITY in the guidance office at 11:15 today.

Club Happenings:

  • Swing for Spack Juniors 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is October 14. Sign up and support the class. See Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley with questions.

  • The Environmental Club is collecting donations to aid in the relief of all of the areas affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma & Maria.These efforts are ongoing and our support is greatly needed. Look for donation canisters or see Ms. OSullivan in room 317

  • Attention: Students interested in mathematics:  The Mathematics Team will hold two practices to set the teams for DUSO, one will be held tomorrow,  and the other on Thursday in Room 112 after school.  If you cannot attend both of them, please speak to Ms. Pupko.

Class News:

  • This week is Fall Spirit Week.  Show your Spack Spirit by participating in the daily themes:

Today - Dress Up or Dress Down Day, Tuesday-Twin Tuesday, Wednesday-Favorite Movie Character Day Thursday-Class Colors Day, Friday- Spartan Pride Day

  • The Flag Football game will be held on Thursday, October 5 at 2:15 on the high school football field.  Please come out and support the teams!

  • Seniors will practice Today and Wednesday on the football field from 2:10-2:45. Juniors will practice Tuesday from 2:10-2:45. You must attend at least one practice to participate.

  • Any senior who has not taken their portrait for the yearbook must call Lifetouch to make an appointment to do so. The last possible date for pictures will be October 11th

Student Info:

  • The homecoming dance will be held Saturday, October 7th at 7:00. Tickets will go on sale  Wednesday October 4th,please see  Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano.  Tickets will be $10.00 and $12.00 at the door.  If you are bringing a non-Spackenkill student you must sign up on the sheet in the main office.  Come out for dancing and fun

  • Yearbooks are on sale for the sale price of $70.00 after October 31st, the price will increase to $75.00.  To purchase a book at the sale price see Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano or pick up an order form in the guidance or main office.

  • There will be a representative from MARIST COLLEGE @10:15 and R.I.T @12:30 in the guidance office on Wednesday. The list of upcoming college rep visits can be found on the College Visits link on the left hand side of the high school’s webpage.

Spartan Sports:            

  • Girls Basketball open gym is Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the high school from 7-9 pm.  All players are encouraged to attend.


Friday, September 29, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • Senior Class is sponsoring a Car Wash/Bake Sale here at the high school tomorrow from 10 to 2. Come and get your car cleaned up, get some sweets and support the class of 2018!

  • Anyone that turned in their chromebook and tech forms no later than yesterday afternoon can pick up their chromebook in the library today. If you still have not turned in your paperwork please give it to Ms Baker in 109 or put it in her mailbox in the main lobby.

Club Happenings:

  • Swing for Spack Juniors 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is October 14. Sign up and support the class. See Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley with questions.

  • The Environmental Club is collecting donations to aid in the relief of all of the areas affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma & Maria.These efforts are ongoing and our support is greatly needed. Look for donation canisters or see Ms. OSullivan in room 317

  • FAIHR, Spackenkill's Human Rights club, will meet on Monday, October 2nd in Room 212 after school. New members are welcome.

  • Attention: Students interested in mathematics:  The Mathematics Team will hold two practices to set the teams for DUSO, one will be held on Oct. 3 and the other on Oct. 5 in Room 112 after school.  If you cannot attend both of them, please speak to Ms. Pupko.

Class News:

  • Next week is Fall Spirit Week at SHS.  Show your Spack Spirit by participating in the daily theme days:

Monday - Dress Up or Dress Down Day, Tuesday-Twin Tuesday, Wednesday-Favorite Movie Character Day Thursday-Class Colors Day, Friday- Spartan Pride Day

  • The Flag Football game will be held on Thursday, October 5 at 2:15 on the high school football field.  Please come out and support the teams!

  • Seniors will practice Monday 10/2 and Wednesday 10/4 on the football field from 2:10-2:45. Juniors will practice Tuesday 10/3 on the football field from 2:10-2:45. You must attend at least one practice to participate.

  • Any senior who has not taken their portrait for the yearbook must call Lifetouch to make an appointment to do so. The last possible date for pictures will be October 11th

Student Info:

  • The homecoming dance will be held Saturday, October 7th at 7:00. Tickets will go on sale  Wednesday October 4th,please see  Ms. Stong or Ms. Pisano.  Tickets will be $10.00 and $12.00 at the door.  If you are bringing a non-Spackenkill student you must sign up on the sheet in the main office.  Come out for dancing and fun

  • There will be a representative from EMORY UNIVERSITY in the guidance office on Monday at 11:15.

Spartan Sports:            

  • There will be Girls Basketball open gym Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the high school from 7-9 pm.  All players are encouraged to attend.

Thursday, September 28, 2017 – Odd Day

Today’s Highlights:.

  • GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) will hold it's first meeting of the year today at 2:10 pm in room 112.  New members are welcome.  Refreshments will be served.  Any questions see Ms. Huczel or Ms. Pupko.

  • Leo Club will be meeting today to work on the Zombie Fest.  All members should attend.

  • The Spack News and Photography Club will be meeting after school today in room 214. Please see Mr. Boenig or Ms. Girard if you have any questions.

  • AUDITIONS for LES MIS will be on Today. You must register online at SPACKONSTAGE.COM. Any questions, please see Mrs. Oakley

  • Thinking about a future career in Finance? Want to learn how to trade stocks and earn money for yourself with just a click of a mouse? Come to the first meeting of the new Spackenkill Finance Club today in room 418. Refreshments will be served.

  • Anyone that turned in their chromebook and tech forms no later than yesterday afternoon can pick up their chromebook in the library today. If you still have not turned in your paperwork please give it to Ms Baker in 109 or put it in her mailbox in the main lobby.

Club Happenings:

  • Swing for Spack Juniors 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is October 14. Sign up and support the class. See Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley with questions.

  • The Environmental Club is collecting donations to aid in the relief of all of the areas affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma & Maria.These efforts are ongoing and our support is greatly needed. Look for donation canisters or see Ms. OSullivan in room 317

  • FAIHR, Spackenkill's Human Rights club, will meet on Monday, October 2nd in Room 212 after school. New members are welcome.

  • Attention: Students interested in mathematics:  The Mathematics Team will hold two practices to set the teams for DUSO, one will be held on Oct. 3 and the other on Oct. 5 in Room 112 after school.  If you cannot attend both of them, please speak to Ms. Pupko.

Class News:

  • The Flag Football game will be held on Thursday, October 5 at 2:15 on the high school football field.  Please come out and support the teams!

  • Seniors will practice Monday 10/2 and Wednesday 10/4 on the football field from 2:10-2:45. Juniors will practice Tuesday 10/3 on the football field from 2:10-2:45. You must attend at least one practice to participate.

  • Any senior who has not taken their portrait for the yearbook must call Lifetouch to make an appointment to do so. The last possible date for pictures will be October 11th

Student Info:    

  • The peer mediation meeting that was scheduled for next Monday has been cancelled.

  • There will be a representative from MT. ST. VINCENT in the guidance office on today at 10am.

Spartan Sports:            

  • There will be Girls Basketball open gym Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the high school from 7-9 pm.  All players are encouraged to attend.

  • While celebrating Senior Day at McCann Monday, Captain Erik Stauderman, Captain Ryan Ackert , Captain Collin Smith, Ryan Lo, Zachary Cioffi and John Conti competed in their final home golf match for Spackenkill. These 6 seniors, won the match with a season low score against Webutuck 152-280 and left behind a streak of 47 straight wins at McCann. The golf team is now 10-0 overall and has clinched the Division III Title for the 12th consecutive year. There’s no place like home! Congratulations to all!

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:.

  • Anyone that turned in their chromebook and tech forms no later than yesterday afternoon can pick up their chromebook in the library today. If you still have not turned in your paperwork please give it to Ms Baker in 109 or put it iin her mailbox in the main lobby.

Club Happenings:

  • The Spack News and Photography Club will be meeting after school this Thursday in room 214. Please see Mr. Boenig or Ms. Girard if you have any questions.

  • AUDITIONS for LES MIS will be on Thursday, September 28. You must register online at SPACKONSTAGE.COM. Any questions, please see Mrs. Oakley

  • Swing for Spack Juniors 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is October 14. Sign up and support the class. See Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley with questions.

  • GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) will hold it's first meeting of the year on Thursday, September 28 at 2:10 pm in room 112.  New members are welcome.  Refreshments will be served.  Any questions see Ms. Huczel or Ms. Pupko.

  • Thinking about a future career in Finance? Want to learn how to trade stocks and earn money for yourself with just a click of a mouse? Thinking about a future career in Finance? Want to learn how to trade stocks and earn money for yourself with just a click of a mouse? Come to the first meeting of the new Spackenkill Finance Club on Thursday, September 28th in room 418. Refreshments will be served.

  • The Environmental Club is collecting donations to aid in the relief of all of the areas affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma & Maria.These efforts are ongoing and our support is greatly needed. Look for donation canisters or see Ms. OSullivan in room 317

  • FAIHR, Spackenkill's Human Rights club, will meet on Monday, October 2nd in Room 212 after school. New members are welcome.

  • Attention: Students interested in mathematics:  The Mathematics Team will hold two practices to set the teams for DUSO, one will be held on Oct. 3 and the other on Oct. 5 in Room 112 after school.  If you cannot attend both of them, please speak to Ms. Pupko.

Class News:

  • The Flag Football game will be held on Thursday, October 5 at 2:15 on the high school football field.  Please come out and support the teams!

  • Seniors will practice Monday 10/2 and Wednesday 10/4 on the football field from 2:10-2:45. Juniors will practice Wednesday 9/27 and Tuesday 10/3 on the football field from 2:10-2:45. You must attend at least one practice to participate.

  • Any senior who has not taken their portrait for the yearbook must call Lifetouch to make an appointment to do so. The last possible date for pictures will be October 11th

Student Info:

  • There will be a representative from MT. ST. VINCENT in the guidance office on thursday at 10am.

Spartan Sports:            

  • There will be Girls Basketball open gym Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the high school from 7-9 pm.  All players are encouraged to attend.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • The Computer Club will meet on Today at 2:10 pm in Room 113. Please see Mrs. Vitek with any questions.

  • The French Club will be having its first meeting of the year today after school in Room 416. New members welcome!

  • Spack Onstage MEET THE NEW MEMBERS and LES MIS Workshop will be Tuesday, September 26 from 7-9pm  in the auditorium.

Club Happenings:

  • The French Club will be having its first meeting of the year on Tuesday 9/26 afterschool in Room 416. New members welcome!

  • The Spack News and Photography Club will be meeting after school this Thursday in room 214. Please see Mr. Boenig or Ms. Girard if you have any questions.

  • AUDITIONS for LES MIS will be on Thursday, September 28. You must register online at SPACKONSTAGE.COM. Any questions, please see Mrs. Oakley

  • Swing for Spack Juniors 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is October 14. Sign up and support the class. See Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley with questions.

  • GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) will hold it's first meeting of the year on Thursday, September 28 at 2:10 pm in room 112.  New members are welcome.  Refreshments will be served.  Any questions see Ms. Huczel or Ms. Pupko.

  • Thinking about a future career in Finance? Want to learn how to trade stocks and earn money for yourself with just a click of a mouse? Thinking about a future career in Finance? Want to learn how to trade stocks and earn money for yourself with just a click of a mouse? Come to the first meeting of the new Spackenkill Finance Club on Thursday, September 28th in room 418. Refreshments will be served.

  • The Environmental Club is collecting donations to aid in the relief of all of the areas affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma & Maria.These efforts are ongoing and our support is greatly needed. Look for donation canisters or see Ms. OSullivan in room 317

  • FAIHR, Spackenkill's Human Rights club, will meet on Monday, October 2nd in Room 212 after school. New members are welcome.

Class News:

  • Junior and Senior girls interested in participating in the Jr/Sr. girls’ flag football game there will be a brief but important meeting today, Tuesday, Sept 26 in room 216 at 2:10.  

All interested players should plan to attend.Practices for the games are as follows:

  • Seniors will practice Monday 10/2 and Wednesday 10/4 on the football field from 2:10-2:45. You must attend at least one practice to participate

  • Juniors will practice Wednesday 9/27 and Tuesday 10/3 on the football field from 2:10-2:45. You must attend at least one practice to participate.

  • The Flag Football game will be held on Thursday, October 5 at 2:15 on the high school football field.  Please come out and support the teams!

Student Info:

Spartan Sports:            

  • There will be Girls Basketball open gym Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the high school from 7-9 pm.  All players are encouraged to attend.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • Any students that are interested in joining the new Spackenkill Newspaper team or photography club, there will be a meeting after school in room 214 today. Please see Mr. Boenig or Ms. Gerard if you have any questions.

  • Art and Lit, Spackenkill’s creative writing club, will hold its first meeting this Wednesday, September 20, after school in room 417. New members welcome!

  • The first meeting of Student Government will take place today at 2:10 PM in Room 218. ALL elected class presidents, SGO class reps and ALL club presidents must be in attendance. All clubs should send a representative, even if they have not yet elected officers. Nominations for school wide officers, as well as Spirit week ideas will be discussed.

  • Computer Club will meet after school today in Room 113. Questions? Please see Mrs. Vitek in Room 113

  • Representatives from So. Vermont will be here today at 11am and Castleton at 12:30pm.

  • Official school agenda/planners are now on sale for only $7. You can purchase one at any time in the main office or from Mr Rogers in the main lobby at dismissal. Get one before they're all gone!

Club Happenings:

  • The Science Olympiad team will meet on Friday 9/22 at 2:10 PM in the MST room.  We will prepare for our Car Wash this Saturday 9/23. Members will also request desired Science Olympiad Competition Events.  All members must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts.  New members welcome!

  • Thinking about a future career in Finance? Want to learn how to trade stocks and earn money for yourself with just a click of a mouse? How about earning your first million with absolutely no risk? Come to the first meeting of the new Spackenkill Finance Club for a crash course in how to invest and engage in a state of the art trading simulation on Thursday, September 28th in room 418. Refreshments will be served.

  • The school store will have a meeting on Monday 9/25 for anyone interested in joining and earning community service hours And working at the store.  The meeting will at 2:10 in room 218.  See Mr Rogers with any questions

Class News:    

Student Info:

  • Representatives from WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE will be here Monday 9/25 at 9:30am.

Spartan Sports:            

  • There will be Girls Basketball open gym Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the high school from 7-9 pm.  All players are encouraged to attend.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • All are welcome to the first Youth Against Racism meeting on Today at 2:10 in Room 214 with Mr. DeSouza. Youth Against Racism is a club that tackles bias and other prejudices in the school setting. Through various activities, YAR promotes a sense of community and friendship to help us understand bias and how to better deal with it. If you are interested at all, please come to the first meeting as we decide officers and events for the year.

  • Representatives from Colby-Sawyer will be here Today at 8:15am and Utica College at 10am.

  • Chromebooks will be handed out during gym classes Today and Tomorrow. You must have both the chromebook and technology forms in to Ms. Baker in order to receive your chromebook. If you need a form they are located in the main office.

  • Official school agenda/planners are now on sale for only $7. You can purchase one at any time in the main office or from Mr Rogers in the main lobby at dismissal. Get one before they're all gone!

Club Happenings:

  • Computer Club will meet after school on Wednesday in Room 113. Questions? Please see Mrs. Vitek in Room 113

  • Art and Lit, Spackenkill’s creative writing club, will hold its first meeting this Wednesday, September 20, after school in room 417. New members welcome!

  • Thinking about a future career in Finance? Want to learn how to trade stocks and earn money for yourself with just a click of a mouse? How about earning your first million with absolutely no risk? Come to the first meeting of the new Spackenkill Finance Club for a crash course in how to invest and engage in a state of the art trading simulation on Thursday, September 28th in room 418. Refreshments will be served.

  • The first meeting of Student Government will take place on Wednesday, September 20th at 2:10 PM in Room 218. ALL elected class presidents, SGO class reps and ALL club presidents must be in attendance. All clubs should send a representative, even if they have not yet elected officers. Nominations for school wide officers, as well as Spirit week ideas will be discussed.

  • The school store will have a meeting on Monday 9/25 for anyone interested in joining and earning community service hours And working at the store.  The meeting will at 2:10 in room 218.  See Mr Rogers with any questions

Class News:

Student Info:

  • Representatives from So. Vermont will be here Wednesday at 11am and Castleton at 12:30pm.

Spartan Sports: 

  • Congratulations to the golf team! With a 45 game win streak on the line yesterday, the Spackenkill Golf Team improved its' season record to 8-0 with a 179-192 win over Millbrook at the challenging Millbrook Golf & Tennis Club.Captain Collin Smith was low scorer for Spackenkill will a great round of 41 that included 1birdie, 3 pars and 11 putts. Another impressive round of 44 that included 3 pars was posted by Robert DeLaurentis. Other scores were Captain Ryan Ackert-46, Ryan Lo-47, John Conti-50 and Zachary Cioffi-50.           

  • There will be Girls Basketball open gym Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the high school from 7-9 pm beginning today. All players are encouraged to attend.

Monday, September 18, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • Chromebooks will be handed out during gym classes Tuesday and Wednesday. You must have both the chrome book and technology forms in to Ms. Baker in order to receive your chromebook.

  • Official school agenda/planners are now on sale for only $7. You can purchase one at any time in the main office or from Mr Rogers in the main lobby at dismissal. Get one before they're all gone!

  • Representatives from university of Buffalo will be here today from 9-10am, St. Rose from 11:15-12:15 and Hofstra from 12:30-1:30 in the Guidance office.

  • Weight room intramurals will begin on today after school in the fitness center from 2:10 -2:50. It will be open Monday through Thursday.

Club Happenings:

  • Computer Club will meet after school on Wednesday in Room 113. Questions? Please see Mrs. Vitek in Room 113

  • The first meeting of Student Government will take place on Wednesday, September 20th at 2:10 PM in Room 218. ALL elected class presidents, SGO class reps and ALL club presidents must be in attendance. All clubs should send a representative, even if they have not yet elected officers. Nominations for school wide officers, as well as Spirit week ideas will be discussed.

  • The school store will have a meeting on Monday 9/25 for anyone interested in joining and earning community service hours And working at the store.  The meeting will at 2:10 in room 218.  See Mr Rogers with any questions

Class News:

  • "Last call" for senior yearbook portraits is September 27th.  You must call Lifetouch for an appointment. Seniors the panoramic picture will take place on September 15 on the football field at 7:30. Underclassmen (9,10,11th grades) yearbook portraits will take on September 18th during Social Studies classes.

Student Info:

  • Representatives from Colby-Sawyer will be here Tuesday at 8:15am and Utica College at 10am.

Spartan Sports:            

  • There will be Girls Basketball open gym Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the high school from 7-9 pm beginning September 19. All players are encouraged to attend.

Friday, September 15, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • Official school agenda/planners are now on sale for only $7. You can purchase one at any time in the main office or from Mr Rogers in the main lobby at dismissal.  Get one before they're all gone!"

  • A representative from Potsdam will be in the Guidance office today from 10:30-11:30am

Club Happenings:

  • All are welcome to the first Youth Against Racism meeting on Tuesday Sept. 19th at 2:10 in Room 214 with Mr. DeSouza. Youth Against Racism is a club that tackles bias and other prejudices in the school setting. Through various activities, YAR promotes a sense of community and friendship to help us understand bias and how to better deal with it. If you are interested at all, please come to the first meeting as we decide officers and events for the year.

  • All National Honor Society members must check their school e-mails and inform the NHS secretary of the preferred address for regular contact. Also, all NHS members are expected to take a two-hour shift for the car wash to be held TOMORROW here at the high school. The sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board outside room 207.

Class News:

  • "Last call" for senior yearbook portraits is September 27th.  You must call Lifetouch for an appointment. Seniors the panoramic picture will take place on September 15 on the football field at 7:30. Underclassmen (9,10,11th grades) yearbook portraits will take on September 18th during Social Studies classes.

Student Info:

  • Representatives from university of Buffalo will be here Monday from 9-10am and St. Rose from 11:15-12:15 in the Guidance office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • Weight room intramurals will begin on Monday September 18 after school in the fitness center from 2:10 -2:50. It will be open Monday through Thursday.

  • There will be Girls Basketball open gym Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the high school from 7-9 pm beginning September 19. All players are encouraged to attend.

Thursday, September 14, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • The Science Olympiad Team is meeting today at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be planning for our Car Wash on 9/23 and reviewing the events for this year's competitions.  New members welcome!

  • Representatives from Lasell College will be here today from 10-11am and Binghamton from 1-2 in the Guidance office.

  • Leo Club will have its first meeting of the year Today at 2:10 in the Chorus room.  All are welcome.

Club Happenings:

  • All are welcome to the first Youth Against Racism meeting on Tuesday Sept. 19th at 2:10 in Room 214 with Mr. DeSouza. Youth Against Racism is a club that tackles bias and other prejudices in the school setting. Ttrough various activities, YAR promotes a sense of community and friendship to help us understand bias and how to better deal with it. If you are interested at all, please come to the first meeting as we decide officers and events for the year.

  • All National Honor Society members must check their school e-mails and inform the NHS secretary of the preferred address for regular contact. Also, all NHS members are expected to take a two-hour shift for the car wash to be held on Saturday, September 16 here at the high school. The sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board outside room 207.

Class News:

  • "Last call" for senior yearbook portraits is September 27th.  You must call Lifetouch for an appointment. Seniors the panoramic picture will take place on September 15 on the football field at 7:30. Underclassmen (9,10,11th grades) yearbook portraits will take on September 18th during Social Studies classes.

Student Info:

  • A representative from Potsdam will be in the Guidance office Friday from 10:30-11:30am

Spartan Sports:            

  • Weight room intramurals will begin on Monday September 18 after school in the fitness center from 2:10 -2:50. It will be open Monday through Thursday.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • Today we will be running an Activity Day day schedule for the purpose of class meetings. Second period teachers are asked to escort students to the meeting and remain there to supervise. Classes are to report to the following areas: Freshman: Cafe Sophomore:Girls Gym Juniors: Boys Gym Seniors: Auditorium

  • A Representative from Mercy College will be in the Guidance office today from 10-11am

  • There will be a Girls Basketball meeting at 2:10 in the gym for all those interested in playing this season.

  • Any students that are interested in joining the new Spackenkill Newspaper team or photography club, there will be a meeting after school in room 214 Please see Mr. Boenig or Ms. Gerard if you have any questions.

  • Driver's Ed starts today. Applications are in the guidance office.

Club Happenings:

  • The Science Olympiad Team is meeting on Thursday 9/14 at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be planning for our Car Wash on 9/23 and reviewing the events for this year's competitions.  New members welcome!

  • All National Honor Society members must check their school e-mails and inform the NHS secretary of the preferred address for regular contact. Also, all NHS members are expected to take a two-hour shift for the car wash to be held on Saturday, September 16 here at the high school. The sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board outside room 207.

  • Leo Club will have its first meeting of the year this Thursday at 2:10 in the Chorus room.  All are welcome.  

Class News:

  • "Last call" for senior yearbook portraits is September 27th.  You must call Lifetouch for an appointment. Seniors the panoramic picture will take place on September 15 on the football field at 7:30. Underclassmen (9,10,11th grades) yearbook portraits will take on September 18th during Social Studies classes.

Student Info:

  • Representatives from Lasell College will be here from 10-11am and Binghamton from 1-2 on Thursday in the Guidance office

Tuesday, September 12, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • The Mathematics Team will meet Today after school in Room 112.  New members are welcome.

  • There will be an Environmental Club Meeting today at 2:10 in Rm 317.

Club Happenings:

  • The Science Olympiad Team is meeting on Thursday 9/14 at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be planning for our Car Wash on 9/23 and reviewing the events for this year's competitions.  New members welcome!

  • All National Honor Society members must check their school e-mails and inform the NHS secretary of the preferred address for regular contact. Also, all NHS members are expected to take a two-hour shift for the car wash to be held on Saturday, September 16 here at the high school. The sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board outside room 207.

  • Leo Club will have its first meeting of the year this Thursday at 2:10 in the Chorus room.  All are welcome.  

Class News:

  • "Last call" for senior yearbook portraits is September 27th.  You must call Lifetouch for an appointment. Seniors the panoramic picture will take place on September 15 on the football field at 7:30. Underclassmen (9,10,11th grades) yearbook portraits will take on September 18th during Social Studies classes.

Student Info:

  • A Representative from Mercy College will be in the Guidance office Wednesday from 10-11am

  • Driver's Ed starts Weds Sept 13th. Applications are in the guidance office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • There will be a Girls Basketball meeting on Wednesday Sep 13 at 2:10 in the gym for all those interested in playing this season.

  • Spackenkill Golf Team moved to 5-0 with a 153-202 division win over Onteora at McCann. This was a season low score and the 6 seniors in the match combined for 9 birdies and 20 pars. That's good golf and a great team effort.

Monday, September 11, 2017 – Odd Day

Today’s Highlights:.

  • There will be a meeting tonight at 7:30pm in the HS gym for any students interested in trying out for JV or Varsity Boys basketball this winter. .

Club Happenings:

  • The Science Olympiad Team is meeting on Thursday 9/14 at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be planning for our Car Wash on 9/23 and reviewing the events for this year's competitions.  New members welcome!

  • All National Honor Society members must check their school e-mails and inform the NHS secretary of the preferred address for regular contact. Also, all NHS members are expected to take a two-hour shift for the car wash to be held on Saturday, September 16 here at the high school. The sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board outside room 207.

  • The Mathematics Team will meet Tuesday after school in Room 112.  New members are welcome.

Class News:

  • "Last call" for senior yearbook portraits is September 27th.  You must call Lifetouch for an appointment. Seniors the panoramic picture will take place on September 15 on the football field at 7:30. Underclassmen (9,10,11th grades) yearbook portraits will take on September 18th during Social Studies classes.

Student Info:

  • Driver's Ed starts Weds Sept 13th. Applications are in the guidance office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • Congratulations to the girls varsity Field Hockey team who beat Rhinebeck 3-0 at their season opener. Goals scored by Kristy housekeeper, Briana Kanthak, and Cassidy Gent. Great job girls!

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • The class of 2018 is sponsoring a yard sale here at the high school Tomorrow from 9am-4pm.. We are looking for donations of housewares, toys and collectibles. If you have some things you would like to get rid of you can drop them off today between 3 and 7 pm at the main entrance or in the morning. Please come by on Saturday to do a little shopping and support the class of 2018!

  • Today is WORLD CLEAN UP DAY! All students are welcome to attend the Environmental Club's first meeting to kick start the school year after school in room 317

  • Leo Club will be holding a carwash tomorrow at the high school from 10-3.  We're hoping to set a Leo record for number of volunteers and total donations.  All are welcome to join in the fun and to make a difference.  To sign up or for more information go to the Leo board in the 100 wing.

  • Modified Football Practice begins today fro 3-4:45 pm at the Todd football field.Field Hockey  Practice will begin today 3-4:45 pm at the Todd field.  Be ready to play with cleats or sneakers, shin guards & fitted mouth guard.

Club Happenings:

  • All National Honor Society members must check their school e-mails and inform the NHS secretary of the preferred address for regular contact. Also, all NHS members are expected to take a two-hour shift for the car wash to be held on Saturday, September 16 here at the high school. The sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board outside room 207.

  • The Mathematics Team will meet Tuesday after school in Room 112.  New members are welcome.

Class News:

  • "Last call" for senior yearbook portraits is September 27th.  You must call Lifetouch at 800-333-2560 for an appointment. Seniors the panoramic picture will take place on September 15 on the football field at 7:30. Underclassmen (9,10,11th grades) yearbook portraits will take on September 18th during Social Studies classes.

Student Info:

  • Driver's Ed starts Weds Sept 13th. Applications are in the guidance office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • There will be a meeting on Monday, Sept. 11th at 7:30pm in the HS gym for any students interested in trying out for JV or Varsity Boys basketball this winter.

  • Congrats to The Spackenkill golf team, they improved their overall record to 4-0 with a 176–238 win over Dover at the McCann golf course.

Thursday, September 7, 2017 – Odd Day

Today’s Highlights:.

Club Happenings:

  • Tomorrow is WORLD CLEAN UP DAY! All students are welcome to attend the Environmental Club's first meeting to kick start the school year Friday Sept 8th, after school in room 317

  • Leo Club will be holding a carwash this Saturday (yes the day after tomorrow) here at the high school from 10-3.  We're hoping to set a Leo record for number of volunteers and total donations.  All are welcome to join in the fun and to make a difference.  To sign up or for more information go to the Leo board in the 100 wing.

  • The Mathematics Team will meet Tuesday after school in Room 112.  New members are welcome.

Class News:

  • The class of 2018 is sponsoring a yard sale here at the high school on Saturday September 9th. We are looking for donations of housewares, toys and collectibles. If you have some things you would like to get rid of you can drop them off on Friday, September 8th between 3pm and 7 pm at the main entrance, or bring them to school anytime this week.   Please come by on Saturday to do a little shopping and support the class of 2018!

  • "Last call" for senior yearbook portraits is September 27th.  You must call Lifetouch at 800-333-2560 for an appointment. Seniors the panoramic picture will take place on September 15 on the football field at 7:30. Underclassmen (9,10,11th grades) yearbook portraits will take on September 18th during Social Study classes.

Student Info:

  • Driver's Ed starts Weds Sept 13th. Applications are in the guidance office.

Spartan Sports:            

  • All Freshman interested in playing field hockey please see Ms. Reid in room 309 today.  Practice will begin on Friday, September 8th - 3-4:45 pm at the Todd field.  Be ready to play with cleats or sneakers, shin guards & fitted mouth guard.

  • Modified Football information meeting today at 2:45 pm in the Todd Gym.  Practice begins on Friday, September 8th - 3-4:45 pm at the Todd football field.  

Tuesday, June 6, 2017 – Odd Day

Today’s Highlights:.

  • The following Club treasurers will meet with Mrs. Hourahan Today. Athletic, Contrast, Yearbook, Class of 2017,2018 and 2019, Pegasus, Photography Art. If you can't make it see Mrs.Hourahan to schedule an appt.

  • All students taking AP biology next year must attend a brief meeting today at 2:10 pm in room 306. Please see Mrs McCarron with any questions.

  • There are extra yearbooks available for purchase, see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano if you are interested in purchasing a book.

Class News:

  • Any students taking AP Chemistry next year, please see Mr. Latino to pick up the summer assignment    

Monday, June 5, 2017 – Even Day

 

Today’s Highlights:.

  • There are extra yearbooks available for purchase, see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano if you are interested in purchasing a book.

Club Happenings:

  • The following Club treasurers will meet with Mrs. Hourahan on Tuesday June 6th. Athletic, Contrast, Yearbook, Class of 2017,2018 and 2019, Pegasus, Photography Art. If you can't make it see Mrs.Hourahan to schedule an appt.

Class News:

  • All students taking AP biology next year must attend a brief meeting on Tuesday June 6 at 2:10 pm in room 306. Please see Mrs McCarron with any questions.

  • Attention all Seniors If you are attending Senior Field day on June 7th please check to see what your team color is. A list is posted in the gym lobby. See Mrs. Johnson with any questions.

Friday, June 2, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • All students planning on attending the Leo Club Camping trip this weekend must see Mr. Hammond today prior to 2 pm.

  • There are extra yearbooks available for purchase, see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano if you are interested in purchasing a book.

Club Happenings:

  • The following Club treasurers will meet with Mrs. Hourahan on Tuesday June 6th. Athletic, Contrast, Yearbook, Class of 2017,2018 and 2019, Pegasus, Photography Art. If you can't make it see Mrs.Hourahan to schedule an appt.

Class News:

  • All students taking AP biology next year must attend a brief meeting on Tuesday June 6 at 2:10 pm in room 306. Please see Mrs McCarron with any questions.

  • Attention all Seniors If you are attending Senior Field day on June 7th please check to see what your team color is. A list is posted in the gym lobby. See Mrs. Johnson with any questions.

Student Info:

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Spartan Sports:            

  • Congratulations to our Crew Men'​s Varsity 4 boat ​as they finished 18th in the country at Nationals this past weekend. rowers are Luke Moriarity, Andrew Moriarity, Micheal Ryan, Tom Gagliardi, and Zach Habert.

Thursday, June 1, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:.

  • Sports physicals are taking place today.  Passes will be handed out this morning.  See Mrs. Dwyer if you have a conflict with your scheduled appointment.

  • Yearbooks are here! Students can pick up yearbooks in room 113 during 4th, 5th and 6th periods only.

  • There will be a brief School Store meeting today after school in room 218 for all who would like to work at the store next year.  If you would like to learn retail and earn community service hours than this is your chance!  

  • Juniors who are members of the National Honor Society will have a meeting to nominate and elect officers for the 2017-18 school year Today at 2:15 in room 207

Club Happenings:

  • The following Club treasurers will meet with Mrs. Hourahan on Tuesday June 6th. Athletic, Contrast, Yearbook, Class of 2017,2018 and 2019, Pegasus, Photography Art. If you can't make it see Mrs.Hourahan to schedule an appt.

Class News:

  • All students taking AP biology next year must attend a brief meeting on Tuesday June 6 at 2:10 pm in room 306. Please see Mrs McCarron with any questions.

  • Attention all Seniors If you are attending Senior Field day on June 7th please check to see what your team color is. A list is posted in the gym lobby. See Mrs. Johnson with any questions.

Student Info:

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Spartan Sports:

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • Spackenkill Onstage presents My Dearest Friend Tonight @ 7pm in the Black Box. Seating is limited and is on a first come, first serve basis available only at the door.

  • Yearbooks are here! Students can pick up yearbooks in room 113 during 4th, 5th and 6th periods only.

  • Attention SGO members, the last meeting of SGO for the year will take place today in room 218. We will have snacks and all representatives and club and class presidents should attend.

  • The following club treasurers will meet with Mrs. Hourahan after school today in room 110- Science, School Store, Current Events, Computer, NHS, Class of 2019, SGO, Drama and Ski.

Club Happenings:

  • There will be a School Store meeting for all who would like to work at the store next year.  If you would like to learn retail and earn community service hours than this is your chance!  Please come to room 218 at 2:10 this Thursday June 1st for a brief meeting.

  • All students taking AP biology next year must attend a brief meeting on Tuesday June 6 at 2:10 pm in room 306. Please see Mrs McCarron with any questions.

  • The following Club treasurers will meet with Mrs. Hourahan on Tuesday June 6th. Athletic, Contrast, Yearbook, Class of 2017,2018 and 2019, Pegasus, Photography Art. If you can't make it see Mrs.Hourahan to schedule an appt.

Class News:

  • Attention all Seniors If you are attending Senior Field day on June 7th please check to see what your team color is. A list is posted in the gym lobby. See Mrs. Johnson with any questions.

Student Info:

  • A reminder for all National Junior Honor Society alumni who have a brother or sister being inducted this year and would like to participate in the ceremony - there will be an informational meeting with Mrs. Chaoussoglou-Rotter today, Wednesday, May 31st at 2:10 PM in the Guidance Conference room.  If you would like to participate but cannot attend, please see Mrs. Chaoussoglou-Rotter.    

Spartan Sports:            

  • Sports physicals are taking place on Thursday.  A schedule will be posted on the door to the nurse's office.  Passes will be handed out Thursday morning.  See Mrs. Dwyer if you have a conflict with your scheduled appointment.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:.

  • Congratulations to our High school String Ensemble who earned the highest level, GOLD with Distinction at NYSSMA competition in Carmel NY.

  • Club treasurers you must meet with Mrs. Hourahan to reconcile your club accounts. The following clubs will meet after school Today in room 110. Math Team, FAIHR, Environmental, Leo, Chess, SADD, French, YAR and GSA. If you can't make it see Mrs.Hourahan to schedule an appt.

  • The Environmental club will meet today in room 317 after school. We will be voting for next year's officers.  Please plan to attend

  • Seniors we will be distributing yearbooks Today after school in the cafeteria.  If you purchased a yearbook come to the Cafeteria after school.

Club Happenings:

  • The School Store is having a clearance sale, everything must go!  Prices will be slashed. Come down after school for your favorite snacks and refreshments.

  • Spackenkill Onstage presents My Dearest Friend on Wednesday, May 31 @ 7pm in the Black Box. Seating is limited and is on a first come, first serve basis available only at the door.

  • All students taking AP biology next year must attend a brief meeting on Tuesday June 6 at 2:10 pm in room 306. Please see Mrs McCarron with any questions.

Class News:

  • Attention all Seniors If you are attending Senior Field day on June 7th please check to see what your team color is. A list is posted in the gym lobby. See Mrs. Johnson with any questions.

  • Attention Juniors: Seniors Portraits will be taken again in August. If you haven't scheduled an appt yet please go to senior portraits link on the hs page to schedule your appointment asap.

Student Info:

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Spartan Sports:            

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Thursday, May 24, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:.

  • Leo's who plan to attend our annual camping trip need to have their signed permission slip to Mr. Hammond by today.

  • Attention Juniors: Seniors Portraits will be taken today for those that made an appt. If you haven't scheduled an appt yet please go to senior portraits link on the hs page.

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about Classism: The top 10% of American earners have 50% of the nation’s total income.

  • The Environmental club will meet next Tuesday 5/30 in room 317 after school. We will be voting for next year's officers.  Please plan to attend

  • Leo Club is collecting used, complete, books and board games for a non-profit summer camp. Your donations appropriate for ages 8-18 will be enjoyed for years. Please bring in your donation by Tuesday, May 30th.  

  • The School Store is having a clearance sale, everything must go!  Prices will be slashed. Come down after school for your favorite snacks and refreshments.

  • Spackenkill Onstage presents My Dearest Friend on Wednesday, May 31 @ 7pm in the Black Box. Seating is limited and is on a first come, first serve basis available only at the door.

  • All students taking AP biology next year must attend a brief meeting on Tuesday June 6 at 2:10 pm in room 306. Please see Mrs McCarron with any questions.

  • Club treasurers you must meet with Mrs. Hourahan to reconcile your club accounts. The following clubs will meet after school Tuesday, May 31st in room 110. Math Team, FAIHR, Environmental, Leo, Chess, SADD, French, YAR and GSA.If you can't make it that day see Mrs.Hourahan to schedule an appt.

Class News:

  • Seniors we will be distributing yearbooks Tuesday May 30th after school in the cafeteria.  If you purchased a yearbook come after school on Tuesday

Student Info:

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Spartan Sports:            

  • ​Good luck to ​our Crew Mens Varsity 4 boat​ as they travel to Camden NJ to compete at Nationals

​this weekend! rowers are Luke Moriarity, Andrew Moriarity, Micheal Ryan, Tom Gagliardi, and Zach Habert.

  • Congratulations Erik Stauderman and Ryan Ackert for a job well done at yesterday’s Championship golf sectionals. Good luck to Erik who made the cut to play in the State Tournament in June.


Wednesday, May 24, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:.

  • Computer Club will be meeting after school today in rm 109..

  • The 2018 Yearbook planning planning meeting is in room 113 today after school. There will be refreshments and we will discuss your role on the yearbook staff of 2018. See Mrs. Stong with any questions.

  • The final GSA Meeting of the year will be held today at 2:10 in room 112. Refreshments will be served.  All members are encouraged to attend.

  • Club treasurers you must meet with Mrs. Hourahan to reconcile your club accounts. The following clubs will meet after school today in room 110. Math Team, FAIHR, Environmental, Leo, Chess, SADD, French, YAR and GSA.If you can't make it that day see Mrs.Hourahan to schedule an appt.

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about ageism 20% of American adults aged 40 or above say that they haven’t gotten at least 1 job specifically because of their age.

  • Leo Club is collecting used, complete, books and board games for a non-profit summer camp. Your donations appropriate for ages 8-18 will be enjoyed for years. Please bring in your donation by Tuesday, May 30th.  

  • Leo's who plan to attend our annual camping trip need to have their signed permission slip to Mr. Hammond by this Thursday, May 25th.  Blank permission forms can be found on the Leo Board in the 100 wing.

  • The School Store is having a clearance sale, everything must go!  Prices will be slashed. Come down after school for your favorite snacks and refreshments.

  • Spackenkill Onstage presents My Dearest Friend on Wednesday, May 31 @ 7pm in the Black Box. Seating is limited and is on a first come, first serve basis available only at the door.

  • All students taking AP biology next year must attend a brief meeting on Tuesday June 6 at 2:10 pm in room 306. Please see Mrs McCarron with any questions.

Class News:

  • Attention Juniors: Seniors Portraits will be taken again on May 25th. Please go to the HS webpage link to make an appointment.

  • Seniors your Prom Pictures have been uploaded to the HS Photo Gallery.

Student Info:

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Spartan Sports:            

  • If you missed Fall sports sign ups you can sign up in the athletic office. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by May 24th

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • There will be a Mathematics Team meeting Today after school in Room 112.

  • All students taking AP biology next year must attend a brief meeting Today at 2:10 pm in room 306. Please see Mrs McCarron with any questions.

  • There will be an environmental club END OF YEAR meeting today at 2:05 in room 317. Please plan to attend. Come with some ideas for next year. There will be refreshments.

  • The Red Cross blood drive is taking place in the gym Today.

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about ageism 20% of all workers in the United States right now are above the age of 55. That accounts for 33 million workers in total.

  • Computer Club will have meeting after school this Wednesday.

  • Leo Club is collecting used, complete, books and board games for a non-profit summer camp. Your donations appropriate for ages 8-18 will be enjoyed for years. Please bring in your donation by Tuesday, May 30th.  

  • Leo's who plan to attend our annual camping trip need to have their signed permission slip to Mr. Hammond by this Thursday, May 25th.  Blank permission forms can be found on the Leo Board in the 100 wing.

  • The School Store is having a clearance sale, everything must go!  Prices will be slashed. Come down after school for your favorite snacks and refreshments.

  • The 2018 Yearbook planning starts now. Please come to room 113 on Wednesday the 24th after school. There will be refreshments and we will discuss your role on the yearbook staff of 2018. See Mrs. Stong with any questions.

  • The final GSA Meeting of the year will be held on Wednesday, May 24 at 2:10 in room 112. Refreshments will be served.  All members are encouraged to attend.

  • Spackenkill Onstage presents My Dearest Friend on Wednesday, May 31 @ 7pm in the Black Box. Seating is limited and is on a first come, first serve basis available only at the door.

  • Club treasurers it's that time of year again...you must meet with Mrs. Hourahan to reconcile your club accounts. The following clubs will meet after school this Wednesday in room 110. Math Team, FAIHR, Environmental, Leo, Chess, SADD, French, YAR and GSA.If you can't make it that day see Mrs.Hourahan to schedule an appt.

Class News:

  • Attention Juniors: Seniors Portraits will be taken again on May 25th. Please go to the HS webpage link to make an appointment.

  • Senior Prom Pictures have been uploaded to the HS Photo Gallery.

Student Info:

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Spartan Sports:            

  • If you missed Fall sports sign ups you can sign up in the athletic office. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by May 24th

Monday, May 22, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:.

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about classism: 1 out of every 4 Americans who planned to retire have decided to postpone their plans for at least one more year because of finances.

  • .There will be an environmental club END OF YEAR meeting on Tuesday May 23rd at 2:05 in room 317. Please plan to attend. Come with some ideas for next year. There will be refreshments.

  • The School Store is having a clearance sale, everything must go!  Prices will be slashed.  Come down after school for your favorite snacks and refreshments.

  • The 2018 Yearbook planning starts now. Please come to room 113 on Wednesday the 24th after school. There will be refreshments and we will discuss your role on the yearbook staff of 2018. See Mrs. Stong with any questions.

  • There will be a Mathematics Team meeting next Tuesday after school in Room 112.

  • The final GSA Meeting of the year will be held on Wednesday, May 24 at 2:10 in room 112. Refreshments will be served.  All members are encouraged to attend.

  • Club treasurers it's that time of year again...you must meet with Mrs. Hourahan to reconcile your club accounts. The following clubs will meet after school on Wednesday in room 110. Art, Pegasus, Photography, YAR, Drama, Ski and GSA.If you can't make it that day see Mrs.Hourahan to schedule an appt.

Class News:

  • Attention Juniors: Seniors Portraits will be taken on May 22nd and 25th. Please go to the HS webpage link to make an appointment.

  • All students taking AP biology next year must attend a brief meeting on Tuesday June 6 at 2:10 pm in room 306. Please see Mrs McCarron with any questions.

Student Info:

  • The Red Cross blood drive is taking place in the gym on Tuesday, May 23.  Anyone who is 16 years of age or older can be a life saver and donate blood.  A signup sheet is on the door of the nurse's office.  If you are 16 you must get a permission slip from Mrs. Dwyer.  Every pint of blood donated saves 3 lives so sign up to be a life saver today.All blood donors should pick up a donor letter by the door to the nurse's office. Permission slips are available there too.        

Spartan Sports:            

  • Spackenkill golf has returned for sectionals. The first round of golf sectionals takes place at The Powelton Club Today. The best of the fall and spring golfers are playing for a chance to go to the state tournament at Cornell University. Captain Erik Stauderman, Captiain Ryan Ackert, Zach Cioffi and Ryan Lo will compete in the event in an effort make the cut and play in the Championship round on Wednesday at the Casperkill Golf Club. Good luck.

  • If you missed Fall sports sign ups you can sign up in the athletic office. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by May 24th

Friday, May 19, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • Anyone interested in running for class office needs to submit a completed petition to Mrs. Sottile by Today.  

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about racism  In 2010, the U.S. Sentencing Commission reported that African Americans receive 10% longer sentences than whites through the federal system for the same crimes.

  • .The School Store is having a clearance sale, everything must go!  Prices will be slashed.  Come down after school for your favorite snacks and refreshments.

  • The 2018 Yearbook planning starts now. Please come to room 113 on Wednesday the 24th after school. There will be refreshments and we will discuss your role on the yearbook staff of 2018. See Mrs. Stong with any questions.

  • There will be a Mathematics Team meeting next Tuesday after school in Room 112.

  • The final GSA Meeting of the year will be held on Wednesday, May 24 at 2:10 in room 112. Refreshments will be served.  All members are encouraged to attend.

  • Club treasurers it's that time of year again...you must meet with Mrs. Hourahan to reconcile your club accounts. The following clubs will meet after school on Wednesday in room 110. Art, Pegasus, Photography, YAR, Drama, Ski and GSA.If you can't make it that day see Mrs.Hourahan to schedule an appt.

Class News:

  • Attention Juniors: Seniors Portraits will be taken on May 22nd and 25th. Please go to the HS webpage link to make an appointment.

Student Info:

  • The Red Cross blood drive is taking place in the gym on Tuesday, May 23.  Anyone who is 16 years of age or older can be a life saver and donate blood.  A signup sheet is on the door of the nurse's office.  If you are 16 you must get a permission slip from Mrs. Dwyer.  Every pint of blood donated saves 3 lives so sign up to be a life saver today.All blood donors should pick up a donor letter by the door to the nurse's office. Permission slips are available there too.        

Spartan Sports:            

  • If you missed Fall sports sign ups you can sign up in the athletic office. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by May 24th

Thursday, May 18, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • Congratulations to the Mens Crew Varsity 4 boat. They took first place at the New York State rowing championship and will compete at Nationals next weekend in Camden NJ. The rowers are Luke and Andrew Moriarity, Micheal Ryan, Tom Gagliardi, and Zach Habert..

  • REMINDER - Anyone who has enrolled in ENG 101/102 for the 2017-2018 school year, you MUST plan on taking the ACCUPLACER test after school today in  room 109. Remember to bring your "A" number with you.Questions or concerns, see Mrs. Oakley.

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about  LGBTQ Descrimination 38% of trans people have experienced physical intimidation and threats and 81% have experienced silent harassment (being stared at/whispered about)

  • The School Store is having a clearance sale, everything must go!  Prices will be slashed.  Come down after school for your favorite snacks and refreshments.  

  • The 2018 Yearbook planning starts now. Please come to room 113 on May 24th after school. There will be refreshments and we will discuss your role on the yearbook staff of 2018. See Mrs. Stong with any questions.

  • There will be a Mathematics Team meeting next Tuesday after school in Room 112.

Class News:

  • Anyone interested in running for class office needs to submit a completed petition by Friday 5/19. Petitions will be available in the main office. Please return petitions to Mrs. Sottile by Friday May 19.

  • Attention Juniors: Seniors Portraits will be taken on May 22nd and 25th. Please go to the HS webpage link to make an appointment.

Student Info:

  • The Red Cross blood drive is taking place in the gym on Tuesday, May 23.  Anyone who is 16 years of age or older can be a life saver and donate blood.  A signup sheet is on the door of the nurse's office.  If you are 16 you must get a permission slip from Mrs. Dwyer.  Every pint of blood donated saves 3 lives so sign up to be a life saver today.All blood donors should pick up a donor letter by the door to the nurse's office. Permission slips are available there too.        

Spartan Sports:            

  • If you missed Fall sports sign ups you can sign up in the athletic office. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by May 24th.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • There will be a MANDATORY meeting with Coach Bell for all boys interested in playing summer league basketball today at 2:15 pm in the gym.  We will discuss summer league, team camp and spring workout schedule. All returning players must attend this meeting.

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about classism: The top 1% of US households own more than double the amount of corporate wealth than just 15 years ago – where is that money actually going?

  • The School Store is having a clearance sale, everything must go!  Prices will be slashed.  Come down after school for your favorite snacks and refreshments.  The store is located in the stairwell between the main lobby and auditorium

  • The 2018 Yearbook planning starts now. Please come to room 113 on May 24th after school. There will be refreshments and we will discuss your role on the yearbook staff of 2018. See Mrs. Stong with any questions.

Class News:

  • Anyone interested in running for class office needs to submit a completed petition by Friday 5/19. Petitions will be available in the main office. Please return petitions to Mrs. Sottile by Friday May 19.

  • Seniors permission slips for the prom may be picked up in the guidance office.  Tickets are on sale  after school in the lobby. Have permission slips and checks when purchasing prom tickets. Cost is $50.00 per person.

  • Any senior planning on leaving early the day of prom you must bring in a note to Mrs. Fashona asap.

  • Attention Juniors: Seniors Portraits will be taken on May 22nd and 25th. Please go to the HS webpage link to make an appointment.

Student Info:

  • REMINDER - Anyone who has enrolled in ENG 101/102 for the 2017-2018 school year, you MUST plan on taking the ACCUPLACER test after school on May 18 in room 109. Remember to bring your "A" number with you.Questions or concerns, see Mrs. Oakley.

  • The Red Cross blood drive is taking place in the gym on Tuesday, May 23.  Anyone who is 16 years of age or older can be a life saver and donate blood.  A signup sheet is on the door of the nurse's office.  If you are 16 you must get a permission slip from Mrs. Dwyer.  Every pint of blood donated saves 3 lives so sign up to be a life saver today.        

Spartan Sports:            

  • If you missed Fall sports sign ups you can sign up in the athletic office. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by May 24th.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • Attention members of Ski and Snowboard Club: the final meeting of the year will take place in room 207 on Tuesday, May 16 at 2:10.  Voting about the fate of the money left from the fifth trip will take place.

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about ageism: 20% of all workers in the United States right now are above the age of 55. That accounts for 33 million workers in total.

  • The 2018 Yearbook planning starts now. Please come to room 113 on May 24th after school. There will be refreshments and we will discuss your role on the yearbook staff of 2018. See Mrs. Stong with any questions.

Class News:

  • Anyone interested in running for class office needs to submit a completed petition by Friday 5/19. Petitions will be available in the main office. Please return petitions to Mrs. Sottile by Friday May 19.

  • Seniors permission slips for the prom may be picked up in the guidance office.  Tickets are on sale  after school in the lobby. Have permission slips and checks when purchasing prom tickets. Cost is $50.00 per person.

  • Any senior planning on leaving early the day of prom you must bring in a note to Mrs. Fashona asap.

  • Attention Juniors: Seniors Portraits will be taken on May 22nd and 25th. Please go to the HS webpage link to make an appointment.

Student Info:

  • REMINDER - Anyone who has enrolled in ENG 101/102 for the 2017-2018 school year, you MUST plan on taking the ACCUPLACER test after school on May 18 in room 109. Remember to bring your "A" number with you.Questions or concerns, see Mrs. Oakley.

  • The Red Cross blood drive is taking place in the gym on Tuesday, May 23.  Anyone who is 16 years of age or older can be a life saver and donate blood.  A sign up sheet is on the door of the nurse's office.  If you are 16 you must get a permission slip from Mrs. Dwyer.  Every pint of blood donated saves 3 lives so sign up to be a life saver today.        

Spartan Sports:            

  • If you missed Fall sports sign ups you can sign up in the athletic office. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by May 24th.

  • There will be a MANDATORY meeting with Coach Bell for all boys interested in playing summer league basketball on Wed. May 17 at 2:15 pm in the gym.  We will discuss summer league, team camp  and spring workout schedule.  All returning players must attend this meeting.

Monday, May 15, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:.

  • Attention Drama Club Members Elections are Today! All members should plan on attending the meeting in 209 @2:10 pm. Any questions - See Mrs. Oakley ASAP

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about Racism: African-Americans comprise only 13% of the U.S. population and 14% of the monthly drug users, but are 37% of the people arrested for drug-related offenses in America.

  • The 2018 Yearbook planning starts now. Please come to room 113 on May 24th after school. There will be refreshments and we will discuss your role on the yearbook staff of 2018. See Mrs. Stong with any questions.

  • Attention members of Ski and Snowboard Club: the final meeting of the year will take place in room 207 on Tuesday, May 16 at 2:10.  Voting about the fate of the money left from the fifth trip will take place.

Class News:

  • Anyone interested in running for class office needs to submit a completed petition by Friday 5/19. Petitions will be available in the main office. Please return petitions to Mrs. Sottile by Friday May 19.

  • Seniors permission slips for the prom may be picked up in the guidance office.  Tickets are on sale  after school in the lobby. Have permission slips and checks when purchasing prom tickets. Cost is $50.00 per person.

  • Any senior planning on leaving early the day of prom you must bring in a note to Mrs. Fashona asap.

  • Attention Juniors: Seniors Portraits will be taken on May 22nd and 25th. Please go to the HS webpage link to make an appointment.

Student Info:

  • REMINDER - Anyone who has enrolled in ENG 101/102 for the 2017-2018 school year, you MUST plan on taking the ACCUPLACER test after school on May 18 in room 109. Remember to bring your "A" number with you.Questions or concerns, see Mrs. Oakley.        

Spartan Sports:            

  • If you missed Fall sports sign ups you can sign up in the athletic office. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by May 24th.

  • There will be a MANDATORY meeting with Coach Bell for all boys interested in playing summer league basketball on Wed. May 17 at 2:15 pm in the gym.  We will discuss summer league, team camp  and spring workout schedule.  All returning players must attend this meeting.

Friday, May 12, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • Mother’s Day is this Sunday the 14th. The Leo Club is selling decorated cards and carnations in the lobby today so stop by and pick one up for mom! Cards are 1.50, Flowers are 2.00 or get both for just 2.50.

  • There will be a mandatory Field Hockey Meeting for any girl who signed up for the fall season on Friday, May 12th @ 2:10 in Room 311.

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about Ageism Only 29% of older workers that are close to retirement say that they either have enough to retire or are very close to having enough.

  • The 2018 Yearbook planning starts now. Please come to room 113 on May 24th after school. There will be refreshments and we will discuss your role on the yearbook staff of 2018. See Mrs. Stong with any questions.

  • Attention Drama Club Members Elections are Monday! All members should plan on attending a meeting this Monday, May 15 in 209 @2:10 pm. Any questions - See Mrs. Oakley ASAP

  • Attention members of Ski and Snowboard Club: the final meeting of the year will take place in room 207 on Tuesday, May 16 at 2:10.  Voting about the fate of the money left from the fifth trip will take place.

Class News:

  • Seniors permission slips for the prom may be picked up in the guidance office.  Tickets are on sale  after school in the lobby. Have permission slips and checks when purchasing prom tickets. Cost is $50.00 per person

  • Attention seniors, Plans for the senior post prom party are being made. The site being considered for this year is DC Sports in Wappingers but we need at least 25 students to commit to attending, only 5 have signed up.  If you are interested in extending the fun of prom night with mini golf, sim games, music, food and prizes sign up on the door of the nurse's office asap.

  • Any senior planning on leaving early the day of prom you must bring in a note to Mrs. Fashona asap.

  • Attention Juniors: Seniors Portraits will be taken on May 22nd and 25th. Please go to the HS webpage link to make an appointment.

Student Info:

  • REMINDER - Anyone who has enrolled in ENG 101/102 for the 2017-2018 school year, you MUST plan on taking the ACCUPLACER test after school on May 18 in room 109. Remember to bring your "A" number with you.Questions or concerns, see Mrs. Oakley.        

Spartan Sports:            

  • If you missed Fall sports sign ups on Monday you can sign up in the athletic office anytime this week. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by May 24th.

  • There will be a MANDATORY meeting with Coach Bell for all boys interested in playing summer league basketball on Wed. May 17 at 2:15 pm in the gym.  We will discuss summer league, team camp  and spring workout schedule.  All returning players must attend this meeting.

Thursday, May 11, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Leo Club will be meeting in room 218 after school today.  We will be preparing for the Mother's Day sale and discussing upcoming events.  All members should attend.

Club Happenings:

  • Mother’s Day is this Sunday the 14th. The Leo Club is selling decorated cards and carnations in the lobby on Friday so stop by and pick one up for mom! Cards are 1.50, Flowers are 2.00 or get both for just 2.50.

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about racism After being arrested, African-Americans are 33% more likely than whites to be detained while facing a felony trial in New York.

  • The 2018 Yearbook planning starts now. Please come to room 113 on May 24th after school. There will be refreshments and we will discuss your role on the yearbook staff of 2018. See Mrs. Stong with any questions.

  • Attention Drama Club Members Elections are Monday! All members should plan on attending a meeting this Monday, May 15 in 209 @2:10pm. Any questions - See Mrs. Oakley ASAP

  • Attention members of Ski and Snowboard Club: the final meeting of the year will take place in room 207 on Tuesday, May 16 at 2:10.  Voting about the fate of the money left from the fifth trip will take place.

Class News:

  • Seniors permission slips for the prom may be picked up in the guidance office.  Ticket  are on sale  after school in the lobby.  Have permission slips and checks when purchasing prom tickets. Cost is $50.00 per person

  • Attention seniors, Plans for the senior post prom party are being made.  The site being considered for this year is DC Sports in Wappingers but we need at least 25 students to commit to attending, only 5 have signed up.  If you are interested in extending the fun of prom night with mini golf, sim games, music, food and prizes sign up on the door of the nurse's office asap.

  • Any senior planning on leaving early the day of prom you must bring in a note to Mrs. Fashona asap.

Student Info:

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  Spartan Sports:            

  • If you missed Fall sports sign ups on Monday you can sign up in the athletic office anytime this week. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by May 24th.

  • There will be a mandatory Field Hockey Meeting for any girl who signed up for the fall season on Friday, May 12th @ 2:10 in Room 311.

  • There will be a MANDATORY meeting with Coach Bell for all boys interested in playing summer league basketball on Wed. May 17 at 2:15 pm in the gym.  We will discuss summer league, team camp  and spring workout schedule.  All returning players must attend this meeting.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

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Club Happenings:

  • Mother’s Day is this Sunday the 14th. The Leo Club is selling decorated cards and carnations in the lobby on Friday so stop by and pick one up for mom! Cards are 1.50, Flowers are 2.00 or get both for just 2.50.

  • Leo Club will be meeting in room 218 after school on Thursday.  We will be preparing for the Mother's Day sale and discussing upcoming events.  All members should attend.

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about Classism. The average ratio of an executive’s paycheck compared to the average worker’s paycheck has reached a maximum of 500 to 1. This means for every $1 the average worker earns, the business executive earns $500.

  • The 2018 Yearbook planning starts now. We are looking for creative, dedicated people to be a part of the team to design and produce a beautiful, exciting book. Please come to room 113 on May 24th after school. There will be refreshments and we will discuss your role on the yearbook staff of 2018. See Mrs. Stong with any questions.   

Class News:

  • Seniors permission slips for the prom may be picked up in the guidance office.  Ticket  are on sale  after school in the lobby.  Have permission slips and checks when purchasing prom tickets. Cost is $50.00 per person

  • Attention seniors, Plans for the senior post prom party are being made.  The site being considered for this year is DC Sports in Wappingers but we need at least 25 students to commit to attending, only 5 have signed up.  If you are interested in extending the fun of prom night with mini golf, sim games, music, food and prizes sign up on the door of the nurse's office asap.

  • Any senior planning on leaving early the day of prom you must bring in a note to Mrs. Fashona asap.

Student Info:

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Spartan Sports:            

  • If you missed Fall sports sign ups on Monday you can sign up in the athletic office anytime this week. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by May 24th.

  • There will be a mandatory Field Hockey Meeting for any girl who signed up for the fall season on Friday, May 12th @ 2:10 in Room 311.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Seniors permission slips for the prom may be picked up in the guidance office.  Ticket sales will begin today after school in the lobby.  Have permission slips and checks when purchasing prom tickets. Cost is $50.00 per person

  • Come out a support the football team in their Quest for Camp at Texas Roadhouse this evening. Just say you're here for the football fundraiser and 10 % of your bill will go towards the football team!

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about ageism….In 2013, more than 21,000 complaints for age discrimination were filed before the EEOC. In 1997, there were just over 15,000 complaints filed. 64% of workers say that they have either seen or experienced some form of age discrimination in the workplace.

  • The 2018 Yearbook planning starts now. We are looking for creative, dedicated people to be a part of the team to design and produce a beautiful, exciting book. Please come to room 113 on May 24th after school. There will be refreshments and we will discuss your role on the yearbook staff of 2018. See Mrs. Stong with any questions.   

Class News:

  • Attention seniors, Plans for the senior post prom party are being made.  The site being considered for this year is DC Sports in Wappingers but we need at least 25 students to commit to attending, only 5 have signed up.  If you are interested in extending the fun of prom night with mini golf, sim games, music, food and prizes sign up on the door of the nurse's office asap.

  • Any senior planning on leaving early the day of prom you must bring in a note to Mrs. Fashona asap.

Student Info:

Spartan Sports:            

  • If you missed Fall sports sign ups on Monday you can sign up in the athletic office anytime this week. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by May 24th.

Monday, May 8, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Come support the Varsity Softball senior game today at 4:15 at nassau.  

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about LGBTQ descrimination…. More than half (55%) of lesbian, gay, and bi pupils have experienced direct bullying and almost a third are ignored or isolated by other people

  • The 2018 Yearbook planning starts now. We are looking for creative, dedicated people to be a part of the team to design and produce a beautiful, exciting book. Please come to room 113 on May 24th after school. There will be refreshments and we will discuss your role on the yearbook staff of 2018. See Mrs. Stong with any questions.   

Class News:

  • Attention seniors, Plans for the senior post prom party are being made.  The site being considered for this year is DC Sports in Wappingers but we need at least 25 students to commit to attending, only 5 have signed up.  If you are interested in extending the fun of prom night with mini golf, sim games, music, food and prizes sign up on the door of the nurse's office asap.

Student Info:

Spartan Sports:            

  • Come out a support the football team in their Quest for Camp at Texas Roadhouse on Tuesday evening. Just say you're here for the football fundraiser and 10 % of your bill will go towards the football team!

Friday, May 5, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Seniors Today is the last day to sign up for the senior trip, Turn in permission slip and payment to Ms. DeFresst or Ms. Pisano.

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about racism….Studies show that police are more likely to pull over and frisk blacks or Latinos than whites. In New York City, 80% of the stops made were blacks and Latinos, and 85% of those people were frisked, compared to a mere 8% of white people stopped.

Class News:

  • Attention seniors, Plans for the senior post prom party are being made.  The site being considered for this year is DC Sports in Wappingers but we need at least 25 students to commit to attending.  If you are interested in extending the fun of prom night with mini golf, sim games, music, food and prizes sign up on the door of the nurse's office by May 5.

Thursday, May 4, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • There will be a meeting in the nurse's office today at 2:10 for any students who are interested in helping plan the senior post prom party.

  • Leo Club meeting today after school to discuss upcoming events and some new ideas.

All members please make an effort to attend.

  • Just a reminder for students that Spackenkill High School has a Dress Code. Please review the Code of Conduct located on our school website for details.

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about sexism….Women that work 41 to 44 hours per week earn 84.6% of what men working similar hours earn, women that work more than 60 hours earn only 78.3% of what men earn.

Class News:

  • Attention seniors, Plans for the senior post prom party are being made.  The site being considered for this year is DC Sports in Wappingers but we need at least 25 students to commit to attending.  If you are interested in extending the fun of prom night with mini golf, sim games, music, food and prizes sign up on the door of the nurse's office by May 5. Seniors a permission slip for the Six Flags Grad Nite went home in the mail. Please return slip along with admission payment of 50.00 to Mrs.DeFreest or Mrs. Pisano as soon as possible. The deadline is May 5th for the bus.

  • The Class of 2019 is holding its first annual Cake Auction and wants YOU to join the fun! Students, parents, and community members are invited and encouraged to make a cake and compete for the most elaborately decorated cake award. Bring a cake or buy a cake and be a part of history.  The cake auction will be held on Thursday, May 4 @6 p.m. in the high school auditorium.  All proceeds will go to the class of 2019.  Please see Mrs. Oakley or Mrs. Fahy with questions or to sign up.

Student Info:

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Spartan Sports:

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Just a reminder for students that Spackenkill High School has a Dress Code. Please review the Code of Conduct located on our school website for details.

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is about classism....Only the top 5% of income levels in the US have earned enough to match the rise in housing costs that has occurred in the last 4 decades.

Class News:

  • Attention seniors, Plans for the senior post prom party are being made.  The site being considered for this year is DC Sports in Wappingers but we need at least 25 students to commit to attending.  If you are interested in extending the fun of prom night with mini golf, sim games, music, food and prizes sign up on the door of the nurse's office by May 5. There will be a meeting in the nurse's office for any students who are interested in helping plan the senior post prom party on Thursday 5/4 at 2:10.

  • Seniors a permission slip for the Six Flags Grad Nite went home in the mail. Please return slip along with admission payment of 50.00 to Mrs.DeFreest or Mrs. Pisano as soon as possible. The deadline is May 5th for the bus.

  • The Class of 2019 is holding its first annual Cake Auction and wants YOU to join the fun! Students, parents, and community members are invited and encouraged to make a cake and compete for the most elaborately decorated cake award. Bring a cake or buy a cake and be a part of history.  The cake auction will be held on Thursday, May 4 @6 p.m. in the high school auditorium.  All proceeds will go to the class of 2019.  Please see Mrs. Oakley or Mrs. Fahy with questions or to sign up.

  • Due to lack of senior boys interest in participating in Mr. Spack, the show is cancelled for this Friday night.  If any other senior boys are willing to participate, we will reschedule on a later date.  Senior boys see Mrs. Lynch or Mrs. Stong asap if you haven't signed up but want to participate.

Tuesday, May 2, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • Just a reminder for students that Spackenkill High School has a Dress Code. Please review the Code of Conduct located on our school website for details.

Club Happenings:

  • In honor of Bias Awareness, Youth Against Racism will be presenting an interesting fact or stat about Bias in our world today through the month of May. These are meant to shock the system and get you thinking about your own bias. Today's interesting fact is....One in six lesbian, gay, and bi people have experienced a homophobic or biphobic hate crime or incident over the last three years.

Class News:

  • Attention seniors, Plans for the senior post prom party are being made.  The site being considered for this year is DC Sports in Wappingers but we need at least 25 students to commit to attending.  If you are interested in extending the fun of prom night with mini golf, sim games, music, food and prizes sign up on the door of the nurse's office by May 5.  there will be a meeting in the nurse's office for any students who are interested in helping plan the senior post prom party on Thursday 5/4 at 2:10.

  • Seniors a permission slip for the Six Flags Grad Nite went home in the mail. Please return slip along with admission payment of 50.00 to Mrs.DeFreest or Mrs. Pisano as soon as possible. The deadline is May 5th for the bus.

  • The Class of 2019 is holding its first annual Cake Auction and wants YOU to join the fun! Students, parents, and community members are invited and encouraged to make a cake and compete for the most elaborately decorated cake award. Bring a cake or buy a cake and be a part of history.  The cake auction will be held on Thursday, May 4 @6 p.m. in the high school auditorium.  All proceeds will go to the class of 2019.  Please see Mrs. Oakley or Mrs. Fahy with questions or to sign up.

  • Due to lack of senior boys interest in participating in Mr. Spack, the show is cancelled for this Friday night.  If any other senior boys are willing to participate, we will reschedule on a later date.  Senior boys see Mrs. Lynch or Mrs. Stong asap if you haven't signed up but want to participate.

Student Info:

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Spartan Sports:

Monday, May 1, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Just a reminder for students that Spackenkill High School has a Dress Code. Please review the Code of Conduct located on our school website for details.

Club Happenings:

Class News:

  • Attention seniors, Plans for the senior post prom party are being made.  The site being considered for this year is DC Sports in Wappingers but we need at least 25 students to commit to attending.  If you are interested in extending the fun of prom night with mini golf, sim games, music, food and prizes sign up on the door of the nurse's office by May 5.

  • Seniors a permission slip for the Six Flags Grad Nite went home in the mail. Please return slip along with admission payment of 50.00 to Mrs.DeFreest or Mrs. Pisano as soon as possible. The deadline is May 5th for the bus.

  • The Class of 2019 is holding its first annual Cake Auction and wants YOU to join the fun! Students, parents, and community members are invited and encouraged to make a cake and compete for the most elaborately decorated cake award. Bring a cake or buy a cake and be a part of history.  The cake auction will be held on Thursday, May 4 @6 p.m. in the high school auditorium.  All proceeds will go to the class of 2019.  Please see Mrs. Oakley or Mrs. Fahy with questions or to sign up.

  • Due to lack of senior boys interest in participating in Mr. Spack, the show is cancelled for this Friday night.  If any other senior boys are willing to participate, we will reschedule on a later date.  Senior boys see Mrs. Lynch or Mrs. Stong asap if you haven't signed up but want to participate.

Student Info:

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office.

Friday, April 28, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • Junior Prom pictures are now up on the hs photo gallery and also on the TV in the main lobby.

Club Happenings:

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Class News:

  • Attention seniors Plans for the senior post prom party are being made.  The site being considered for this year is DC Sports in Wappingers but we need at least 25 students to commit to attending.  If you are interested in extending the fun of prom night with mini golf, sim games, music, food and prizes sign up on the door of the nurse's office by May 5.

  • Seniors a permission slip for the Six Flags Grad Nite went home in the mail. Please return slip along with admission payment of 50.00 to Mrs.DeFreest or Mrs. Pisano as soon as possible. The deadline is May 5th for the bus.

  • The Class of 2019 is holding its first annual Cake Auction and wants YOU to join the fun! Students, parents, and community members are invited and encouraged to make a cake and compete for the most elaborately decorated cake award. Bring a cake or buy a cake and be a part of history.  The cake auction will be held on Thursday, May 4 @6 p.m. in the high school auditorium.  All proceeds will go to the class of 2019.  Please see Mrs. Oakley or Mrs. Fahy with questions or to sign up.

  • Due to lack of senior boys interest in participating in Mr. Spack, the show is cancelled for next Friday night.  If any other senior boys are willing to participate, we will reschedule on a later date.  Senior boys see Mrs. Lynch or Mrs. Stong asap if you haven't signed up but want to participate.

Student Info:

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office.

  • The PSTA is still collecting box tops for education. Every box top collected is 10 cents. Drop off your box tops in the collection box in the main office.

Spartan Sports:

Thursday, April 27, 2017 – Odd Day

Today’s Highlights:

Club Happenings:

Class News:

  • Attention seniors Plans for the senior post prom party are being made.  The site being considered for this year is DC Sports in Wappingers but we need at least 25 students to commit to attending.  If you are interested in extending the fun of prom night with mini golf, sim games, music, food and prizes sign up on the door of the nurse's office by May 5.

  • Seniors a permission slip for the Six Flags Grad Nite went home in the mail. Please return slip along with admission payment of 50.00 to Mrs.DeFreest or Mrs. Pisano as soon as possible. The deadline is May 5th for the bus.

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • The Class of 2019 is holding its first annual Cake Auction and wants YOU to join the fun! Students, parents, and community members are invited and encouraged to make a cake and compete for the most elaborately decorated cake award. Bring a cake or buy a cake and be a part of history.  The cake auction will be held on Thursday, May 4 @6 p.m. in the high school auditorium.  All proceeds will go to the class of 2019.  Please see Mrs. Oakley or Mrs. Fahy with questions or to sign up.

Student Info:

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office.

  • The PSTA is still collecting box tops for education. Every box top collected is 10 cents. Drop off your box tops in the collection box in the main office.

Spartan Sports:

Wednesday, April 25, 2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:

Club Happenings:

Class News:

  • Attention seniors Plans for the senior post prom party are being made.  The site being considered for this year is DC Sports in Wappingers but we need at least 25 students to commit to attending.  If you are interested in extending the fun of prom night with mini golf, sim games, music, food and prizes sign up on the door of the nurse's office by May 5.

  • Seniors a permission slip for the Six Flags Grad Nite went home in the mail. Please return it as soon as possible with check for $50.00 admission fee. The deadline is May 5th for the bus.

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office.

  • The Class of 2019 is holding its first annual Cake Auction and wants YOU to join the fun! Students, parents, and community members are invited and encouraged to make a cake and compete for the most elaborately decorated cake award. Bring a cake or buy a cake and be a part of history.  The cake auction will be held on Thursday, May 4 @6 p.m. in the high school auditorium.  All proceeds will go to the class of 2019.  Please see Mrs. Oakley or Mrs. Fahy with questions or to sign up.

Student Info:

  • The PSTA is still collecting box tops for education. Every box top collected is 10 cents. Drop off your box tops in the collection box in the main office.

Spartan Sports:

Friday, April 21, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • TODAY IS GROUNDS CLEAN UP AFTER SCHOOL.  If you need community service hours, stop by room 317 at 2:10.

  • Stop by the library today and take the Earth Day Quiz.  Prizes will be awarded.  See how well you know your earth trivia.

Club Happenings:

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date.

Class News:

  • Attention Juniors: you are invited to the post prom tonight from 11:30-2:00 at the high school. Join us for games, open gym, a movie and prizes. See Mrs. Dwyer or Mrs. Nardis if you have questions.

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office      .

Student Info:

  • The PSTA is still collecting box tops for education. Every box top collected is 10 cents. Drop off your box tops in the collection box in the main office.

Spartan Sports:

 

Thursday, April 20, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Earth Week is this week. Each day will be a different theme. Today is-Recycling.  Friday- Love Your Mother Earth.

  • If you are interested in playing Mat Ball Intramurals after school come to the gym at 2:10 today.

See Mrs. Johnson with questions

  • Science Olympiad Team meeting Today at 2:10 in MST.  We will be holding elections for next year's officers, planning our end-of-year dinner, and making “March for Science” signs for Earth Day.  All members welcome.

  • Any students planning on leaving early tomorrow for prom you must turn in your note to Mrs. Fashona by today.

Club Happenings:

  • The Environmental club Grounds Clean Up is Friday April 21st immediately after school, sign up and meet in rm 317 at 2:10

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date.

Class News:

  • Attention Juniors: you are invited to the post prom party on Friday April 21st from 11:30-2:00 at the high school. Join us for games, open gym, a movie and prizes. See Mrs. Dwyer or Mrs. Nardis if you have questions.

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office      .

Student Info:

  • The PSTA is still collecting box tops for education. Every box top collected is 10 cents. Drop off your box tops in the collection box in the main office.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Earth Week is this week. Each day will be a different theme. Today is -Endangered Species/Favorite Species.  Thursday-Recycling.  Friday- Love Your Mother Earth.

  • Computer Club meets today after school.

  • The biennial PRISMS concert is Tonight at 7pm. See any HS music student or Miss Carter, Mr. Catanzaro or Mrs. Kaczynski for tickets. This is exclusive show is put on by the music department only once every two years. Don't miss it!

  • The first open workout for fall cheerleading will be today from 6-8 pm at the Nassau Elementary Gym. Anyone interested in participating in cheerleading should attend.

  • If you are interested in playing Mat Ball Intramurals after school come to the gym at 2:10 today.

  • See Mrs. Johnson with questions

Club Happenings:

  • The Environmental club Grounds Clean Up is Friday April 21st immediately after school, sign up and meet in rm 317 at 2:10

  • Science Olympiad Team meeting Thursday 4/20 at 2:10 in MST.  We will be holding elections for next year's officers, planning our end-of-year dinner, and making March for Science signs for Earth Day.  All members welcome

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date.

Class News:

  • Attention Juniors: you are invited to the post prom party on Friday April 21st from 11:30-2:00 at the high school. Join us for games, open gym, a movie and prizes. See Mrs. Dwyer or Mrs. Nardis if you have questions.

  • Any students planning on leaving early the day of prom you must turn in your note to Mrs. Fashona by Thursday the 20th

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

  • The PSTA is still collecting box tops for education. Every box top collected is 10 cents. Drop off your box tops in the collection box in the main office.

Today’s Highlights:

  • Attention football players: Mandatory Meeting for all interested in playing football is today at 2:05pm in Room 214. All must attend, see coach DeSouza with any questions.

  • Earth Week is this week. Each day will be a different theme. Dress to impress and represent the theme: Today - Save the Oceans. Wednesday -Endangered Species/Favorite Species.  Thursday-Recycling.  Friday- Love Your Mother Earth.

  • Today is the last day to buy Junior prom tickets sale before and after school in the main lobby this week and on April 18th. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund.

Club Happenings:

  • The Environmental club Grounds Clean Up is Friday April 21st immediately after school, sign up and meet in rm 317 at 2:10

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date.

Class News:

  • Attention Juniors: you are invited to the post prom party on Friday April 21st from 11:30-2:00 at the high school. Join us for games, open gym, a movie and prizes. See Mrs. Dwyer or Mrs. Nardis if you have questions.

  • Any students planning on leaving early the day of prom you must turn in your note to Mrs. Fashona by Thursday the 20th

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • The biennial PRISMS concert tickets are on sale for $8 in advance, $10 the day of the performance.  The concert is Wed. April 19 at 7pm. See any HS music student or Miss Carter, Mr. Catanzaro or Mrs. Kaczynski for tickets.This is exclusive show is put on by the music department only once every two years. Don't miss it!

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

Spartan Sports:

  • The first open workout for fall cheerleading will be Wednesday April 19th 6-8 pm at the Nassau Elementary Gym.  Anyone interested in participating in cheerleading should attend.

Friday, April 7, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Spring Spirit Week is this week. Today is Fiesta Friday.

Club Happenings:

  • Earth Week is April 18-21st. Each day will be a different theme. Dress to impress and represent the theme: Tuesday - Save the Oceans. Wednesday -Endangered Species/Favorite Species.  Thursday-Recycling.  Friday- Love Your Mother Earth.

  • The Evironmental clubs Grounds Clean Up is Friday April 21st immediately after school, sign up and meet in rm 317 at 2:10

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date.

Class News:

  • Junior prom tickets are now on sale before and after school in the main lobby this week and on April 18th. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund.Any students planning on leaving early the day of prom you must turn in your note to Mrs. Fashona by Thursday the 20th

  • Attention Juniors: you are invited to the post prom party on Friday April 21st from 11:30-2:00 at the high school. Join us for games, open gym, a movie and prizes. See Mrs. Dwyer or Mrs. Nardis if you have questions.

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • The biennial PRISMS concert tickets are on sale for $8 in advance, $10 the day of the performance.  The concert is Wed. April 19 at 7pm. See any HS music student or Miss Carter, Mr. Catanzaro or Mrs. Kaczynski for tickets.This is exclusive show is put on by the music department only once every two years. Don't miss it!

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

Spartan Sports:

  • The first open workout for fall cheerleading will be Wednesday April 19th 6-8 pm at the Nassau Elementary Gym.  Anyone interested in participating in cheerleading should attend.

  • Attention football players: Mandatory Meeting for all interested in playing football on Tuesday April 18th at 2:05pm in Room 214. All must attend, see coach DeSouza with any questions.

Thursday, April 6, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Spring Spirit Week is this week. Today is Tacky Tourist Day and Friday is Fiesta Friday.

  • The mandatory Field Hockey meeting for all returning and interested players is Today in

Room 311 at 2:10 PM.

  • Any student interested in volunteer hours please come to room 216 today at 2:10 to stuff eggs for the Spring Egg hunt.

  • Congratulations to Ryan Lo, Thomas Gagliardi and Sam Chen they were the top 3 winners in yesterday's Ping Pong tournament.

Club Happenings:

  • Earth Week is April 18-21st. Each day will be a different theme. Dress to impress and represent the theme: Tuesday - Save the Oceans. Wednesday -Endangered Species/Favorite Species.  Thursday-Recycling.  Friday- Love Your Mother Earth.

  • The Evironmental clubs Grounds Clean Up is Friday April 21st immediately after school, sign up and meet in rm 317 at 2:10

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date.

  • There will be a GSA meeting on Thursday after school in room 112.  New members are welcome.

Class News:

  • Junior prom tickets are now on sale before and after school in the main lobby this week and and on April 18th. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund.Any students planning on leaving early the day of prom you must turn in your note to Mrs. Fashona by Thursday the 20th

  • Attention Juniors: you are invited to the post prom party on Friday April 21st from 11:30-2:00 at the high school. Join us for games, open gym, a movie and prizes. See Mrs. Dwyer or Mrs. Nardis if you have questions.

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • The biennial PRISMS concert tickets are on sale for $8 in advance, $10 the day of the performance.  The concert is Wed. April 19 at 7pm. See any HS music student or Miss Carter, Mr. Catanzaro or Mrs. Kaczynski for tickets.This is exclusive show is put on by the music department only once every two years. Don't miss it!

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

Spartan Sports:

  • The first open workout for fall cheerleading will be Wednesday April 19th 6-8 pm at the Nassau Elementary Gym.  Anyone interested in participating in cheerleading should attend.

  • Attention football players: Mandatory Meeting for all interested in playing football on Tuesday April 18th at 2:05pm in Room 214. All must attend, see coach DeSouza with any questions.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Spring Spirit Week is this week. Today is Spack Spirit Day. Thursday: Tacky Tourist Day and Friday is Fiesta Friday.

  • Any student interested in volunteer hours please come to room 216 today and tomorrow at 2:10 to stuff eggs for the Spring Egg hunt.

  • Today is the health and wellness fair. It is open to all students and staff from 4-8th period and will include fitness challenges, food samples, classes on pilates, self defense, urban street defense,

and crossfit.There will be raffles and prizes awarded.

  • The Ping Pong tournament is today from 3-5pm in the Gym Lobby. Entry Fee is 5 dollars. Prizes will be awarded!

Club Happenings:

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date.

  • There will be a GSA meeting on Thursday after school in room 112.  New members are welcome.

Class News:

  • Junior prom tickets are now on sale before and after school in the main lobby until April 7. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund

  • Attention Juniors: you are invited to the post prom party on Friday April 21st from 11:30-2:00 at the high school. Join us for games, open gym, a movie and prizes. See Mrs. Dwyer or Mrs. Nardis if you have questions.

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

Spartan Sports:

  • The mandatory Field Hockey meeting for all returning and interested players has been changed to Thursday in Room 311 at 2:10 PM.  

  • Attention football players: Mandatory Meeting for all interested in playing football on Tuesday April 18th at 2:05pm in Room 214. All must attend, see coach DeSouza with any questions.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Spring Spirit Week is this week. Today is tasteful tuesday, Dress to impress. Wednesday: Spack Spirit Day wear your spack wear. Thursday: Tacky Tourist Day and Friday is Fiesta Friday.

  • There will be an Environmental Club meeting Today in rm 317, all members should attend.

Club Happenings:

  • The Ping Pong tournament is tomorrow, if you plan on participating you need to turn in your 5 dollar entry fee to Ms. Baker.

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date.

  • There will be a GSA meeting on Thursday after school in room 112.  New members are welcome.

Class News:

  • Junior prom tickets are now on sale before and after school in the main lobby until April 7. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • Get ready for the annual high school health and wellness fair, on Wednesday April 5th.It is open to all students and staff from 4-8 period and will include fitness challenges, food samples, classes on pilates, yoga, self defense, urban street defense, and crossfit.There will be raffles and prizes awarded, so stop by during PE class, study hall or lunch.Student volunteers are needed, so please sign up with Ms. Johnson or Ms. Prisco.

  • Any student interested in volunteer hours please come to room 216 on Wednesday, April 5 and Thursday, April 6 at 2:10 to stuff eggs for the Spring Egg hunt.

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

Spartan Sports:

  • There will be a mandatory Field Hockey meeting for all returning and interested players on Wednesday, April 5th in Room 311 at 2:10 PM.  

  • Attention football players: Mandatory Meeting for all interested in playing football on Tuesday April 18th at 2:05pm in Room 214. All must attend, see coach DeSouza with any questions.

Monday, April 3, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Spring Spirit Week is this week. Today is Pride of USA Day. Tuesday tasteful tuesday, Dress to impress. Wednesday: Spack Spirit Day wear your spack wear. Thursday: Tacky Tourist Day and Friday is Fiesta Friday.

  • If you are playing in the Ping Pong tournament on Wednesday you need to turn in your 5 dollar entry fee to Ms. Baker.

  • Reminder to all French trip travelers. There is a mandatory meeting tonight for parents and students at 6:30 in rooms 209 and 211

Club Happenings:

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date..

Class News:

  • Junior prom tickets are now on sale before and after school in the main lobby until April 7. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • Get ready for the annual high school health and wellness fair, on Wednesday April 5th.It is open to all students and staff from 4-8 period and will include fitness challenges, food samples, classes on pilates, yoga, self defense, urban street defense, and crossfit.There will be raffles and prizes awarded, so stop by during PE class, study hall or lunch.Student volunteers are needed, so please sign up with Ms. Johnson or Ms. Prisco.

  • Any student interested in volunteer hours please come to room 216 on Wednesday, April 5 and Thursday, April 6 at 2:10 to stuff eggs for the Spring Egg hunt.

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

Spartan Sports:

  • There will be a mandatory Field Hockey meeting for all returning and interested players on Wednesday, April 5th in Room 311 at 2:10 PM.  

  • Attention football players: Mandatory Meeting for all interested in playing football on Tuesday April 18th at 2:05pm in Room 214. All must attend, see coach DeSouza with any questions.

Friday, March 31, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Spack Onstage is proud to bring to the stage GREASE this weekend. Tickets are going fast! We will be selling tickets before and after school!

Club Happenings:

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date.

  • Junior prom tickets will be on sale starting this Friday, March 31st until April 7 before and after school in the main lobby. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund.

  • The Ping Pong Tournament is Wednesday, April 5th from 3-5pm. $5 entry fee per player.

Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners, Please sign up on 109

by Monday April 3rd the more players the bigger the prizes.

Class News:

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • Get ready for the annual high school health and wellness fair, on Wednesday April 5th.It is open to all students and staff from 4-8 period and will include fitness challenges, food samples, classes on pilates, yoga, self defense, urban street defense, and crossfit.There will be raffles and prizes awarded, so stop by during PE class, study hall or lunch.Student volunteers are needed, so please sign up with Ms. Johnson or Ms. Prisco.

  • Any student interested in volunteer hours please come to room 216 on Wednesday, April 5 and Thursday, April 6 at 2:10 to stuff eggs for the Spring Egg hunt.

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

Spartan Sports:

  • There will be a mandatory Field Hockey meeting for all returning and interested players on Wednesday, April 5th in Room 311 at 2:10 PM.  

  • Attention football players: Mandatory Meeting for all interested in playing football on Tuesday April 18th at 2:05pm in Room 214. All must attend, see coach DeSouza with any questions.

Thursday, March 30, 2017 – Odd Day

 

Today’s Highlights:

  • Spack Onstage is proud to bring to the stage GREASE this weekend. Tickets are going fast! We will be selling tickets before and after school!

Club Happenings:

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date.

  • Junior prom tickets will be on sale starting this Friday, March 31st until April 7 before and after school in the main lobby. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund.

  • The Computer Club is sponsoring a Ping Pong Tournament on April 5th from 3-5pm. Entry fee is $5.00 per player. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners, the more players the bigger the prizes. If you are planning to enter you must sign up outside 109 asap.

Class News:

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Freshman Class is selling discount cards for $12. If you are interested in purchasing one please ask a Freshman or see Ms.Girard in room 216 no later than Thursday March 30th. .  

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • Get ready for the annual high school health and wellness fair, on Wednesday April 5th.It is open to all students and staff from 4-8 period and will include fitness challenges, food samples, classes on pilates, yoga, self defense, urban street defense, and crossfit.There will be raffles and prizes awarded, so stop by during PE class, study hall or lunch.Student volunteers are needed, so please sign up with Ms. Johnson or Ms. Prisco.

  • Any student interested in volunteer hours please come to room 216 on Wednesday, April 5 and Thursday, April 6 at 2:10 to stuff eggs for the Spring Egg hunt.

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

  • The PSTA is still collecting box tops for education. Every box top collected is 10 cents. Drop off your box tops in the collection box in the main office.

Spartan Sports:

  • There will be a mandatory Field Hockey meeting for all returning and interested players on Wednesday, April 5th in Room 311 at 2:10 PM.  

  • Attention football players: Mandatory Meeting for all interested in playing football on Tuesday April 18th at 2:05pm in Room 214. All must attend, see coach DeSouza with any questions.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Leo Club is meeting in room 218 at 2:10 today.  Will will be discussing and signing up for activities for the remainder of the year.  New and established members are encouraged to attend.

  • Spack Onstage is proud to bring to the stage GREASE this weekend. Tickets are going fast! We will be selling tickets before and after school!

Club Happenings:

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date.

  • Junior prom tickets will be on sale starting this Friday, March 31st until April 7 before and after school in the main lobby. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund.

  • The Computer Club is sponsoring a Ping Pong Tournament on April 5th from 3-5pm. Entry fee is $5.00 per player. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners, the more players the bigger the prizes.  If you are planning to enter you must sign up outside 109 asap.

Class News:

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Freshman Class is selling discount cards for $12. If you are interested in purchasing one please ask a Freshman or see Ms.Girard in room 216 no later than Thursday March 30th. .  

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • Get ready for the annual high school health and wellness fair, on Wednesday April 5th.It is open to all students and staff from 4-8 period and will include fitness challenges, food samples, classes on pilates, yoga, self defense, urban street defense, and crossfit.There will be raffles and prizes awarded, so stop by during PE class, study hall or lunch.Student volunteers are needed, so please sign up with Ms. Johnson or Ms. Prisco.

  • Any student interested in volunteer hours please come to room 216 on Wednesday, April 5 and Thursday, April 6 at 2:10 to stuff eggs for the Spring Egg hunt.

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

  • The PSTA is still collecting box tops for education. Every box top collected is 10 cents. Drop off your box tops in the collection box in the main office.

Spartan Sports:

  • There will be a mandatory Field Hockey meeting for all returning and interested players on Wednesday, April 5th in Room 311 at 2:10 PM.  

  • Attention football players: Mandatory Meeting for all interested in playing football on Tuesday April 18th at 2:05pm in Room 214. All must attend, see coach DeSouza with any questions.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • The French club will finish showing the movie Amelie after school today in room 416.

  • The Environmental Club will have a meeting in Room 317 on TUESDAY March 28th at 2:10.All members are expected to attend!!! Recycling needs to happen ASAP.  See Ms. O to coordinate.

  • Spack Onstage is proud to bring to the stage GREASE this weekend. Tickets are going fast! Please join us today for Twinkie Tuesday...buy a ticket, get a free Twinkie. We will be selling tickets before and after school!

Club Happenings:

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date.

  • Junior prom tickets will be on sale starting next Wednesday, March 29 until April 7 before and after school in the main lobby. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund.

  • The Computer Club is sponsoring a Ping Pong Tournament on April 5th from 3-5pm. Entry fee is $5.00 per player. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners, the more players the bigger the prizes.  If you are planning to enter you must sign up outside 109 asap.

Class News:

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Freshman Class is selling discount cards for $12. If you are interested in purchasing one please ask a Freshman or see Ms.Girard in room 216 no later than Thursday March 30th. .  

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • Get ready for the annual high school health and wellness fair, on Wednesday April 5th.It is open to all students and staff from 4-8 period and will include fitness challenges, food samples, classes on pilates, yoga, self defense, urban street defense, and crossfit.There will be raffles and prizes awarded, so stop by during PE class, study hall or lunch.Student volunteers are needed, so please sign up with Ms. Johnson or Ms. Prisco.

  • Any student interested in volunteer hours please come to room 216 on Wednesday, April 5 and Thursday, April 6 at 2:10 to stuff eggs for the Spring Egg hunt.

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

  • The PSTA is still collecting box tops for education. Every box top collected is 10 cents. Drop off your box tops in the collection box in the main office. 

Spartan Sports:

  • Attention football players: Mandatory Meeting for all interested in playing football on Tuesday April 18th at 2:05pm in Room 214. All must attend, see coach DeSouza with any questions.

Monday, March 27, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Spack Onstage is proud to  bring to the stage GREASE this weekend. Tickets are going fast! Please join us for Twinkie Tuesday...buy a ticket, get a free Twinkie. We will be selling tickets before and after school!

Club Happenings:

  • Do you have a special pet?  Would you love to have a picture of you and your pet in the yearbook?  New this year, pictures with pets. See Mrs. Stong for a date.

  • The Environmental Club will have a meeting in Room 317 on TUESDAY March 28th at 2:10.All members are expected to attend!!! Recycling needs to happen ASAP.  See Ms. O to coordinate.

  • Junior prom tickets will be on sale starting next Wednesday, March 29 until April 7 before and after school in the main lobby. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund.

  • The Computer Club is sponsoring a Ping Pong Tournament on April 5th from 3-5pm. Entry fee is $5.00 per player. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners, the more players the bigger the prizes.  If you are planning to enter you must sign up outside 109 asap.

Class News:

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Freshman Class is selling discount cards for $12. If you are interested in purchasing one please ask a Freshman or see Ms.Girard in room 216. Our sale runs until next week.  

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

Friday, March 24, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Science Olympiad Team meeting today at 2:10 PM in MST. We will be celebrating the year's accomplishments and planning for the end of year dinner.  All members welcome.

Club Happenings:

  • The Environmental Club will have a meeting in Room 317 on TUESDAY March 28th at 2:10.All members are expected to attend!!! Recycling needs to happen ASAP.  See Ms. O to coordinate.

  • Junior prom tickets will be on sale starting next Wednesday, March 29 until April 7 before and after school in the main lobby. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund.

  • The Computer Club is sponsoring a Ping Pong Tournament on April 5th from 3-5pm. Entry fee is $5.00 per player. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners, the more players the bigger the prizes.  If you are planning to enter you must sign up outside 109 asap.

Class News:

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Freshman Class is selling discount cards for $12. If you are interested in purchasing one please ask a Freshman or see Ms.Girard in room 216. Our sale runs until next week.  

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • Tickets for the play are on sale before and after school. Students and seniors are $10.00 Adults are $12.00

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

Thursday, March 23, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Ping Pong Intramurals will be today after school at 2:10 in the gym lobby. See Mrs. Johnson with questions.

Club Happenings:

  • Junior prom tickets will be on sale starting next Wednesday, March 29 until April 7 before and after school in the main lobby. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund.

  • Science Olympiad Team meeting on Friday 3/24 at 2:10 PM in MST. We will be celebrating the year's accomplishments and planning for the end of year dinner.  All members welcome.

  • The Computer Club is sponsoring a Ping Pong Tournament on April 5th from 3-5pm. Entry fee is $5.00 per player. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners, the more players the bigger the prizes.  If you are planning to enter you must sign up outside 109 asap.

Class News:

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • Tickets for the play are on sale before and after school. Students and seniors are $10.00 Adults are $12.00

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

  • The PSTA is still collecting box tops for education. Every box top collected is 10 cents. Drop off your box tops in the collection box in the main office. 

Spartan Sports:

 

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Computer Club will meet after school today in room 109

  • Ping Pong Intramurals will begin today after school at 2:10 in the gym lobby.

          See Mrs. Johnson with questions.

Club Happenings:

  • Junior prom tickets will be on sale starting next Wednesday, March 29 until April 7 before and after school in the main lobby. The cost of the tickets are $65. Checks should be made payable to Spackenkill Activity Fund.

  • Science Olympiad Team meeting on Friday 3/24 at 2:10 PM in MST. We will be celebrating the year's accomplishments and planning for the end of year dinner.  All members welcome.

  • The Computer Club is sponsoring a Ping Pong Tournament on April 5th from 3-5pm. Entry fee is $5.00 per player. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners, the more players the bigger the prizes.  If you are planning to enter you must sign up outside 109 asap.

Class News:

  • Mr. Spack will be on Friday, May 5 at 6:30 PM. Senior boys please sign up on Mrs. Stong's door in room 113 to participate!!

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • Tickets for the play are on sale before and after school. Students and seniors are $10.00 Adults are $12.00

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

  • The PSTA is still collecting box tops for education. Every box top collected is 10 cents. Drop off your box tops in the collection box in the main office. 

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Chess Club meets today after school in room 421.

  • Any students that are participating in the UN trip to New York City this thursday, there will be a brief meeting in room 214 after school Today. Please make sure to attend.

  • The Chemistry Olympiad Local Exam will be administered today after school at 2:10pm in room 316 any student planning on taking the exam or would like more info please see Mr. Latino.

Club Happenings:

  • Computer Club will meet after school Wednesday in room 109

  • Science Olympiad Team meeting on Friday 3/24 at 2:10 PM in MST.  We will be celebrating the year's accomplishments and planning for the end of year dinner.  All members welcome.

  • The Computer Club is sponsoring a Ping Pong Tournament on April 5th from 3-5pm. Entry fee is $5.00 per player. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. Sign up outside 109.

Class News:

  • The class Lip Sync Battle scheduled for this friday has been postponed to a later date.

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • Tickets for the play are on sale before and after school. Students and seniors are $10.00 Adults are $12.00

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

Spartan Sports:

  • Dine out at Cosimo’s tonight to help raise money for the Spackenkill Crew Team! All you have to do is mention Spack Crew and Cosimo’s will donate 10% of the bill to our team!  ALL DAY!

Monday, March 20, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Track Practice will meet after school today in black box at 3pm.

  • Congratulations to Vincent Li and Robby Waxman for leading the way in the last NYML contest with perfect scores of 6.  Karthik Dusi, Cynthia Ma, Justin Moore, Jeremy Webster and Andrew Wu each scored 5.  Jean Chun, Samuel Chen, Sharon Devlin, Anya Justin and Rachel Li each scored 4.

    Spack team high scorers for the the year are:Vincent Li - 32 Robert Waxman - 30 Andrew Wu - 28

Club Happenings:

  • Any students that are participating in the UN trip to New York City on March 23rd, there will be a brief meeting in room 214 after school Tuesday. Please make sure to attend.

  • The Computer Club is sponsoring a Ping Pong Tournament on April 5th from 3-5pm. Entry fee is $5.00 per player. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. Sign up outside 109.

Class News:

  • The class Lip Sync Battle scheduled for this friday has been postponed to a later date.

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • The Chemistry Olympiad Local Exam will be administered on Tuesday, 3/21 after school at 2:10pm in room 316 any student planning on taking the exam or would like more info please see Mr. Latino.

  • Tickets for the play are on sale before and after school. Students and seniors are $10.00 Adults are $12.00

  • The National Honor Society is collecting donations for the Poughkeepsie High School Teen Closet to help students in need. They are accepting personal hygiene items and clothing. Items must be new and in their original packaging. For examples see the posters and flyers displayed throughout the building. Items can be dropped off in the main office until April 20th.

Thursday, March 16, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Today's trip to dutchess community college has been postponed. 

Club Happenings:

  • The Computer Club is sponsoring a Ping Pong Tournament on April 5th from 3-5pm. Entry fee is $5.00 per player. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. Sign up outside 109.

Class News:

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • Tickets for the play are on sale before and after school. Students and seniors are $10.00 Adults are $12.00

Monday, March 13, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • In conjunction with International Women's' Day, FAIHR, Spackenkill's human rights club, will be hosting a talk called "Let Girls Learn" today from 2:15 - 3:15 in the Black Box. This organization brings awareness about gender inequality in education around the world. Ninth and tenth graders - your global teachers will give you extra credit for attending.

  • Spring Track starts today at 3 pm on the high school track.

Club Happenings:

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Class News:

  • Attention Driver's Ed Fall Students, Your certificates are available to be picked up in the guidance office

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • Tickets for the play are on sale before and after school. Students and seniors are $10.00 Adults are $12.00

Thursday, March 9, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Attention Mathematics Team:  The last ASMA contest is today after school in room 112.

  • The last day of Varsity and JV Baseball tryouts is today from 3:30- 5:30 at Todd.

Club Happenings:

  • A lack of both snow and buses means that there can be no ski trip this weekend. Keep listening for status on next weekend's scheduled trip to Windham. It depends on snow.

  • In conjunction with International Women's' Day, FAIHR, Spackenkill's human rights club, will be hosting a talk called "Let Girls Learn" on Monday, March 13th from 2:15 - 3:15 in the Black Box. This organization brings awareness about gender inequality in education around the world. Ninth and tenth graders - your global teachers will give you extra credit for attending..

Class News:

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • Tickets for the play are on sale before and after school. Students and seniors are $10.00 Adults are $12.00

Spartan Sports:

  • Spring Track starts Monday, March 13th at 3 pm on the high school track.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Any student interested in playing jv or varsity softball this spring should attend practice today at Nassau from 3:30pm - 5:30pm

  • The Class Basketball Games are Today. Please come out and support your classmates starting at 4:15 when Freshman take on Sophomores followed by Juniors against Seniors at 5:45. Admission is only $2 for adults and $1 for students and players

  • This year’s Health and Wellness Fair is on April 5th. There will be a meeting today in MST at 2:30 for anyone interested in helping out. Even if you can't help out, please come and join in the conversation of how we can make it a great day for all.

Club Happenings:

  • FAIHR, Spackenkill's human rights club, will be hosting a talk called "Let Girls Learn" on Monday, March 13th from 2:15 - 3:15 in the Black Box. This organization brings awareness about gender inequality in education around the world. Ninth and tenth graders - your global teachers will give you extra credit for attending.

  • Attention Mathematics Team:  The last ASMA contest is on Thursday after school in room 112.

Class News:

  • The Dollars for Seniors application is now available online or in the guidance office. The deadline to apply is April 24, 2017             .

Student Info:

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is still collecting box tops. Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.

Spartan Sports:

  • Varsity and JV Baseball tryouts now thru Thursday March 9

3:30- 5:30 at Todd

  • Spring Track starts Monday, March 13th at 3 pm on the high school track.

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Environmental Club will meets Today in room 317.

  • Class Basketball Game practice for Sophomores and Seniors is Today.

Club Happenings:

  • FAIHR, Spackenkill's human rights club, will be hosting a talk called "Let Girls Learn" on Monday, March 13th from 2:15 - 3:15 in the Black Box. This organization brings awareness about gender inequality in education around the world. Ninth and tenth graders - your global teachers will give you extra credit for attending.

  • This year’s Health and Wellness Fair is on April 5th. There will be a meeting this wednesday in MST at 2:30 for anyone interested in helping out. Even if you can't help out, please come and join in the conversation of how we can make it a great day for all.

  • Attention Mathematics Team:  The last ASMA contest is on Thursday after school in room 112.

Class News:

  • The Class Basketball Games are Wednesday, March 8th Please come out and support your classmates starting at 4:15 when Freshman take on Sophomores followed by Juniors against Seniors at 5:45. Admission is only $2 for adults and $1 for students and players.

Student Info:

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is still collecting box tops. Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.

Spartan Sports:

  • Varsity and JV Baseball tryouts Monday March 6 thru Thursday March 9th 3:30- 5:30 at Todd

  • Spring Track starts Monday, March 13th at 3 pm on the high school track.

    

Monday, March 6,  2017 – Even Day

 

Today’s Highlights:

  • Freshman and Juniors basketball practice is today

  • Varsity and JV Baseball tryouts start today and continue thru Thursday March 9th.

Club Happenings:

  • Environmental Club will meet Tuesday March 7th in room 317.

Class News:

  • Class Basketball Game practice for Sophomores and Seniors is Tuesday March 7th.

Student Info:

  • The Class Basketball Games are Wednesday, March 8th Please come out and support your classmates starting at 4:15 when Freshman take on Sophomores followed by Juniors against Seniors at 5:45. Admission is only $2 for adults and $1 for students and players.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is still collecting box tops. Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office

Spartan Sports:

  • Varsity and JV Baseball tryouts Monday March 6 thru Thursday March 9

3:30- 5:30 at Todd

  • Varsity Tennis will start Today at 3:30 pm in the Hagan Gym

  • Spring Track will start not be starting until Monday, March 13th at 3 pm on the high school track.

Friday, March 3,  2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Congratulations to the girls and boys basketball teams. The girls defeated O'Neill and the boys beat marlboro last night to advance to the Section class B Championship. The finals will be played tomorrow at Orange County community college. Girls play at 2pm and the boys follow at 4pm. Come out to support the teams!

  • Environmental Club needs to recycle asap

  • Tonight’s Jiminy Peak trip is cancelled due to lack of snow.

Club Happenings:

Class News:

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle on March 24th. Anyone interested in performing please sign up on Ms. DeFreest's door ASAP!

  • Class Basketball Game practice for ALL classes are as follows: Freshman and Juniors practice Monday March 6th. Sophomores/Seniors Tuesday March 7th.

Student Info:

  • The pta is still collecting boxtops through the end of the year. Bring in your boxtops and drop them off in the collection box located in the main office.

Spartan Sports:

  • Varsity and JV Baseball tryouts Monday March 6 thru Thursday March 9

3:30- 5:30 at Todd

Thursday, March 2,  2017 – Even Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • We have a home sectional basketball double header tonight!  The girls play O'Neill at 5:15 and the boys play marlboro at 7pm. Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for students. Let's Pack the house tonight!

  • The photography club is offering a free mini photo shoot, alone or with friends, today at 2:10. This is will be a great opportunity to let one of our photographers take some fun and artistic photos of you and your friends. Please sign up in rm 418.

  • The Sophomore and Senior class basketball game practice is today after school.

Club Happenings:

  • This Fridays Jiminy Peak trip is cancelled due to lack of snow.

Class News:

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle on March 24th. Anyone interested in performing please sign up on Ms. DeFreest's door ASAP!

  • Class Basketball Game practice for ALL classes are as follows: Freshman and Juniors practice Monday March 6th. Sophomores/Seniors today and Tuesday March 7th.

Student Info:

Spartan Sports:

  • Varsity and JV Baseball tryouts Monday March 6 thru Thursday March 9

3:30- 5:30 at Todd



Wednesday, March 1,  2017 – Odd Day

Today’s Highlights:

  • Student passwords have been changed. If you did not get a new password yesterday see Ms. Baker in rm 109.

  • There will be a meeting today after school in room 212 for any students (9-12) that may be interested in attending a trip to the United Nations building in NYC. Please see Mr. Boenig if you have any questions

  • The Mathematics Team will meet today in Room 112.  New members are welcome.

  • The Freshman and Junior class 1st basketball game practice is today after school.

Club Happenings:

  • The photography club is offering any a free mini photo shoot, alone or with friends, Thursday March 2nd at 2:10. This is will be a great opportunity to let one of our photographers take some fun and artistic photos of you and your friends. Please sign up in rm 418.

  • Tickets are now on sale for Spack-Onstage's Production of "Grease"

Class News:

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle on March 24th. Anyone interested in performing please sign up on Ms. DeFreest's door ASAP!

  • Class Basketball Game practice for ALL classes are as follows: Freshman and Juniors practice today and March 6th. Sophmores/Seniors on Thursday March 2nd and Tuesday March 7th.

Student Info:

Spartan Sports:

  • Varsity and JV Baseball tryouts Monday March 6 thru Thursday March 9th 3:30- 5:30 at Todd

 

Tuesday, February 28,  2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Student passwords will be changing tomorrow March 1st. New passwords will be handed out in 1st period today. The new passwords won't work until tomorrow. The new passwords are to be used starting tomorrow.

  • There will be an important yearbook meeting today after school in room 113. Be there!!

  • The Spackenkill PTA's are having a fundraiser tonight, from 4 to 9 p.m. at Cosimos in Poughkeepsie. Please come out for some great food and to help support a great cause.

  • Computer lab 109 is closed today for student surveys.

Club Happenings:

  • The photography club is offering any a free mini photo shoot, alone or with friends, Thursday March 2nd at 2:10. This is will be a great opportunity to let one of our photographers take some fun and artistic photos of you and your friends. Please sign up in rm 418.Tickets are no on sale for Spack-Onstage's Production of "Grease"

  • Skiers and riders, a severe lack of snow is casting doubt on the remainder of the snow sports season. Listen for announcements and look for posters concerning this Friday's planned trip to Jiminy. A decision will be made by noon on Wednesday whether to go, postpone to March 10, or cancel.

  • The Mathematics Team will meet on Wed. March 1 in Room 112.  New members are welcome.

Class News:

  • The junior prom will be on Friday, April 21st at Villa Borghese!  It is the week after returning from Spring Break so tickets will go on sale beginning March 30th.  Stay tuned for further information!!

  • STA Scholarship applications are now available in the Guidance Office or on the high school web page.  

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle on March 24th. Anyone interested in performing please sign up on Ms. DeFreest's door ASAP!

  • Class Basketball Game practice for ALL classes are as follows: Freshman/Juniors on Wed March 1st  and Monday March 6th. Sophmores/Seniors on Thursday March 2nd and Tuesday March 7th.

Student Info:

  • There will be a meeting on Wednesday March 1st after school in room 212 for any students (9-12) that may be interested in attending a trip to the United Nations building in NYC. Please see Mr. Boenig if you have any questions

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

Monday, February 27,  2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Tickets go on sale this week for Spack-Onstage's Production of "Grease"

  • The FAIHR meeting will be today after school in Room 212. New members are welcome.

  • Freshman and Junior class t-shirt orders are due Today.

  • The last softball open gym will be today @ Nassau from 6-8pm.

Club Happenings:

  • The photography club is offering any interested student a free mini photo shoot, alone or with friends, on Tuesday, February 28 at 2:10. This is will be a great opportunity to let one of our photographers take some fun and artistic photos of you and your friends. Please sign up in rm 418.  

  • The Mathematics Team will meet on Wed. March 1 in Room 112.  New members are welcome.

Class News:

  • The junior prom will be on Friday, April 21st at Villa Borghese!  It is the week after returning from Spring Break so tickets will go on sale beginning March 30th.  Stay tuned for further information!!

  • STA Scholarship applications are now available in the Guidance Office or on the high school web page.  

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle on March 24th. Anyone interested in performing please sign up on Ms. DeFreest's door ASAP!

  • Freshman interested in playing in the class basketball game please sign up outside room 216.  

  • Any sophomore  who would like to play in the class basketball game on Wednesday, March 8th  please sign up in room 418 or room 209 ASAP

Student Info:

  • There will be a meeting on Wednesday March 1st after school in room 212 for any students (9-12) that may be interested in attending a trip to the United Nations building in NYC. Please see Mr. Boenig if you have any questions

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

Friday, February 24,  2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Our Boys Basketball Team captured the MHAL Championship defeating New Paltz 55-54 last night. It was the first basketball league championship since 1999. Congratulations to the players and coaches!  Sectional play begins next week. Playoff schedule will be posted tomorrow

  • LEO Club's In It To Win It Game Show is Tonight at 7pm!! Admission is only $5. Come out and watch your classmates compete in mini games and trivia for cash prizes!

Club Happenings:

  • The Mathematics Team will meet on Wed. March 1 in Room 112.  New members are welcome.

  • The next FAIHR meeting will be on Monday, February 27th after school in Room 212. FAIHR is Spackenkill's Human Rights Club. New members are welcome.

Class News:

  • The junior prom will be on Friday, April 21st at Villa Borghese!  It is the week after returning from Spring Break so tickets will go on sale beginning March 30th.  Stay tuned for further information!!

  • STA Scholarship applications are now available in the Guidance Office or on the high school web page.  

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle on March 24th. Anyone interested in performing please sign up on Ms. DeFreest's door ASAP!

  • Junior class t-shirts are on sale!!  Order forms are in the main office or and you can pick one up from Mrs. Lynch or Mrs. Stong. Orders and payment are due Monday, Feb 27th.

  • Freshman class t-shirts are on sale!!  Order forms are in the main office or you can pick one up from Ms. Girard. Orders and payment are due by Monday, Feb. 27th.

  • Freshman interested in playing in the class basketball game please sign up outside room 216.  

  • Any sophomore  who would like to play in the class basketball game on Wednesday, March 8 please sign up in room 418 or room 209 ASAP

Student Info:

  • There will be a meeting on Wednesday March 1st after school in room 212 for any students (9-12) that may be interested in attending a trip to the United Nations building in NYC. Please see Mr. Boenig if you have any questions

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • The last softball open gym will be Monday, Feb 27 @ Nassau from 6-8pm.

Thursday, February 23,  2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Congratulations to the boys basketball team for their 57-51 win against Rhinebeck last night. They will be playing in the MHAL finals against New Paltz tonight at 7pm at SUNY Ulster.

Club Happenings:

  • LEO Club's In It To Win It Game show on the 24th needs pairs of players! Compete in mini games and trivia with your partner to win a cash prize! $10 for a pair to sign up. Applications can be found on the Leo board and are due to guidance or a LEO officer ASAP!

  • The next FAIHR meeting will be on Monday, February 27th after school in Room 212. FAIHR is Spackenkill's Human Rights Club. New members are welcome.

Class News:

  • The junior prom will be on Friday, April 21st at Villa Borghese!  It is the week after returning from Spring Break so tickets will go on sale beginning March 30th.  Stay tuned for further information!!

  • STA Scholarship applications are now available in the Guidance Office or on the high school web page.  

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle on March 24th. Anyone interested in performing please sign up on Ms. DeFreest's door ASAP!

  • Junior class t-shirts are on sale!!  Order forms are in the main office or and you can pick one up from Mrs. Lynch or Mrs. Stong. Orders and payment are due Monday, Feb 27th.

  • Freshman class t-shirts are on sale!!  Order forms are in the main office or you can pick one up from Ms. Girard. Orders and payment are due by Monday, Feb. 27th.

  • Freshman interested in playing in the class basketball game please sign up outside room 216.  

  • Any sophomore  who would like to play in the class basketball game on Wednesday, March 8 please sign up in room 418 or room 209 ASAP

Student Info:

  • There will be a meeting on Wednesday March 1st after school in room 212 for any students (9-12) that may be interested in attending a trip to the United Nations building in NYC. Please see Mr. Boenig if you have any questions

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • The last softball open gym will be next Monday, Feb 27 @ Nassau from 6-8pm.

Wednesday, February 22,  2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Computer Club meets today in room 109. new members welcome.

Club Happenings:

  • LEO Club's In It To Win It Game show on the 24th needs pairs of players! Compete in mini games and trivia with your partner to win a cash prize! $10 for a pair to sign up. Applications can be found on the Leo board and are due to guidance or a LEO officer ASAP!

  • The next FAIHR meeting will be on Monday, February 27th after school in Room 212. FAIHR is Spackenkill's Human Rights Club. New members are welcome.

Class News:

  • The junior prom will be on Friday, April 21st at Villa Borghese!  It is the week after returning from Spring Break so tickets will go on sale beginning March 30th.  Stay tuned for further information!!

  • STA Scholarship applications are now available in the Guidance Office or on the high school web page.  

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

  • Junior class t-shirts are now on sale!!  Order forms are in the main office or and you can pick one up from Mrs. Lynch or Mrs. Stong. Order form and payments are due Monday, Feb 27th.

  • Freshman class t-shirts are on sale!!  Order forms are in the main office or you can pick one up from Ms. Girard. Orders and payment are due by Monday, Feb. 27th.

  • Freshman interested in playing in the class basketball game please sign up outside room 216.  

Student Info:

  • There will be a meeting on Wednesday March 1st after school in room 212 for any students (9-12) that may be interested in attending a trip to the United Nations building in NYC. Please see Mr. Boenig if you have any questions

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • The last softball open gym will be next Monday, Feb 27 @ Nassau from 6-8pm.

Tuesday, February 21,  2017 – Odd Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Junior class t-shirts will be on sale beginning today!!  Order forms are in the main office or you can pick one up from Mrs. Lynch or Mrs. Stong.  Orders and payment are due by Monday, Feb. 27th.

Club Happenings:

  • LEO Club's In It To Win It Game show on the 24th needs pairs of players! Compete in mini games and trivia with your partner to win a cash prize! $10 for a pair to sign up. Applications can be found on the Leo board and are due to guidance or a LEO officer ASAP!

  • The Ski Club bus still has seats. Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

Class News:

  • The junior prom will be on Friday, April 21st at Villa Borghese!  It is the week after returning from Spring Break so tickets will go on sale beginning March 30th.  Stay tuned for further information!!

  • STA Scholarship applications are now available in the Guidance Office or on the high school web page.  

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

Student Info:

  • The music department will be having a PRISMS concert on Thursday March 16. PRISMS concert is open to musical acts, and students are encouraged to perform.  Acts will be selected by audition.  Start practicing, as the auditions will be held on March 2 and March 7.

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA by February 17th. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Softball open gym every Monday at Nassau 6-8pm


Thursday, February 16,  2017 – Even Day

 Today’s Highlights:

  • Today is Pride Day. Wear tie dye or colors that express who you are.

  • Science Olympiad Team meeting Thursday 2/16 after school in the MST room. We will be finalizing the state schedule, studying and building for states.  All students planning to attend the state competition must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts

  • If you missed spring sports sign ups today is the last day to sign up in the athletic office. Parent permission forms are also due to the school nurse today.

  • Intramural weight room is cancelled after school today.

Club Happenings:

  • LEO Club's In It To Win It Game show on the 24th needs pairs of players! Compete in mini games and trivia with your partner to win a cash prize! $10 for a pair to sign up. Applications can be found on the Leo board and are due to guidance or a LEO officer ASAP!

  • The Ski Club bus still has seats. Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

Class News:

  • STA Scholarship applications are now available in the Guidance Office or on the high school web page.  

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

Student Info:

  • The music department will be having a PRISMS concert on Thursday March 16.  PRISMS concert is open to musical acts, and students are encouraged to perform.  Acts will be selected by audition.  Start practicing, as the auditions will be held on March 2 and March 7.

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA by February 17th. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Softball open gym every Monday at Nassau 6-8pm

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • Computer Club meets today in room 109.

Club Happenings:

  • LEO Club's In It To Win It Game show on the 24th needs pairs of players! Compete in mini games and trivia with your partner to win a cash prize! $10 for a pair to sign up. Applications can be found on the Leo board and are due to guidance or a LEO officer ASAP!

  • Science Olympiad Team meeting Thursday 2/16 after school in the MST room.  We will be finalizing the state schedule, studying and building for states.  All students planning to attend the state competition must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts.

Class News:

  • STA Scholarship applications are now available in the Guidance Office or on the high school web page.  

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

Student Info:

  • Attention!  Thursday is Pride Day.  Wear tie dye or colors that express who you are.

  • The music department will be having a PRISMS concert on Thursday March 16.  PRISMS concert is open to musical acts, and students are encouraged to perform.  Acts will be selected by audition.  Start practicing, as the auditions will be held on March 2 and March 7.

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA by February 17th. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • If you missed spring sports sign ups you can still sign up in the athletic office. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by Feb. 16th.

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Softball open gym every Monday at Nassau 6-8pm

 

Tuesday, February 14, 2017 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • The next NYML contest is Today after school.

Club Happenings:

  • LEO Club's In It To Win It Game show on the 24th needs pairs of players! Compete in mini games and trivia with your partner to win a cash prize! $10 for a pair to sign up. Applications can be found on the Leo board and are due to guidance or a LEO officer ASAP!

  • Ski Club bus still has seats. Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

Class News:

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

Student Info:

  • The music department will be having a PRISMS concert on Thursday March 16.  PRISMS concert is open to musical acts, and students are encouraged to perform.  Acts will be selected by audition.  Start practicing, as the auditions will be held on March 2 and March 7.

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA by February 17th. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • If you missed spring sports sign ups you can still sign up in the athletic office. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by Feb. 16th.

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Softball open gym every Monday at Nassau 6-8pm

Monday, February 13, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • Congratulations to Vincent Li for ranking number one in the DUSO League mathematics competition.  Cynthia Ma ranked fourth, while Zachary Johnson and Andrew Wu ranked sixth. The Spackenkill A, B, C and D teams all qualified for Sectionals. Congratulations to Vincent Li, Cynthia Ma, Zachary Johnson, Andrew Wu, Anshuman Swain, Robert Waxman, Jeana Chun and Anubhav Shankar, who are advancing to the State competition. Rachel Li earned alternate status.

  • A representative from the US Navy will be outside of the cafeteria today from 10:30 to 1:00.

Club Happenings:

  • The next NYML contest is on Tuesday, February 14.

  • Valentine Singing telegrams are on sale now from the Drama Club. Stop by before or after school to make your purchases.

Class News:

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

Student Info:

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • If you missed spring sports sign ups you can still sign up in the athletic office. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by Feb. 16th.

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Softball open gym every Monday at Nassau 6-8pm

Friday, February 10, 2017 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • There will be a senior class meeting on today after school in room 113.  All are welcome

  • There is a celebratory Science Olympiad Team meeting after school today in the MST room.  We will also be planning for states.This will be followed by a voluntary postcard writing session to our elected officials expressing our concerns for protecting the environment and support for scientific research.  All are welcome to write postcards!

  • Join Spack On Stage for our Cabaret Night, tonight at 7:00 PM in the Black Box Theatre -

Tickets on sale at the door!

  • The Spackenkill Teachers’ Association invites you to join them for a pancake breakfast at Applebee’s across from Marist College, tomorrow morning from 8-10 am.  Many teachers will be on hand to greet and serve you.  Tickets are $6 per person and can be purchased at the door. Proceeds benefit the STA Scholarship Fund.

Club Happenings:

  • The next NYML contest is on Tuesday, February 14.

  • Valentine Singing telegrams are on sale now from the Drama Club. Stop by before or after school to make your purchases.

Class News:

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

  • A representative from the US Navy will be outside of the cafeteria on February 13th from 10:30 to 1:00.

Student Info:

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • If you missed spring sports sign ups on Monday you can sign up in the athletic office anytime this week. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by Feb. 16th.

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Softball open gym every Monday at Nassau 6-8pm


 

Wednesday, February 8, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • Student Government meeting today after school to plan random acts of kindness week. All Reps should attend.

  • The treasurers of the following clubs must meet with Mrs. Hourahan in room 109 after school TODAY-MATH TEAM, YEARBOOK, ENVIRONMENTAL, LEO, CHESS, SADD, AND CLASS OF 2018.

  • Computer club will meet on Wednesday in room 109

Club Happenings:

  • There is a celebratory Science Olympiad Team meeting after school on Friday 2/10 in the MST room.  We will also be planning for states.This will be followed by a voluntary postcard writing session to our elected officials expressing our concerns for protecting the environment and support for scientific research.  All are welcome to write postcards!

  • The next ASMA contest is on Thursday, February 9 and the next NYML contest is on Tuesday, February 14.

  • Valentine Singing telegrams are on sale now from the Drama Club. Stop by before or after school to make your purchases.

  • Join Spack On Stage for our Cabaret Night, Friday, February 10th at 7:00 PM in the Black Box Theatre - Tickets on sale soon!

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Class News:

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

  • A representative from the US Navy will be outside of the cafeteria on February 13th from 10:30 to 1:00.

Student Info:

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • The Spackenkill Teachers’ Association invites you to join them for a pancake breakfast at Applebee’s across from Marist College, on Saturday, February 11 from 8-10 am.  Many teachers will be on hand to greet and serve you.  Tickets are $6 per person and can be purchased at /school or at the door. Proceeds benefit the STA Scholarship Fund.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • If you missed spring sports sign ups on Monday you can sign up in the athletic office anytime this week. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by Feb. 16th.

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Softball open gym every Monday at Nassau 6-8pm

Tuesday, February 7, 2017 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • Attention Mathematics Team: The AMC will be held on Tuesday Feb. 7 at 2:10 in room 215.

  • Important Yearbook Meeting on Tuesday After School in room 113. Please be there.

Club Happenings:

  • The next ASMA contest is on Thursday, February 9 and the next NYML contest is on Tuesday, February 14.

  • Valentine Singing telegrams are on sale now from the Drama Club. Stop by before or after school to make your purchases.

  • Join Spack On Stage for our Cabaret Night, Friday, February 10th at 7:00 PM in the Black Box Theatre - Tickets on sale soon!

  • Computer club will meet on Wednesday in room 109.

Class News:

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

  • A representative from the US Navy will be outside of the cafeteria on February 13th from 10:30 to 1:00.

Student Info:

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • The Spackenkill Teachers’ Association invites you to join them for a pancake breakfast at Applebee’s across from Marist College, on Saturday, February 11 from 8-10 am.  Many teachers will be on hand to greet and serve you.  Tickets are $6 per person and can be purchased at /school or at the door. Proceeds benefit the STA Scholarship Fund.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • If you missed spring sports sign ups on Monday you can sign up in the athletic office anytime this week. Parent permission forms are due to the school nurse by tomorrow.

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Softball open gym every Monday at Nassau 6-8pm

 

Monday, February 6, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • Spring sports sign ups will take place today during all lunch periods. You can also sign up anytime this week in the athletic office.

  • Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote by Today. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

  • Last day to order a Yearbook is Today. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

Club Happenings:

  • Important Yearbook Meeting on Tuesday After School in room 113. Please be there.

  • Attention Mathematics Team: The AMC will be held on Tuesday Feb. 7 at 2:10 in room 215.The next ASMA contest is on Thursday, February 9 and the next NYML contest is on Tuesday, February 14.

  • Valentine Singing telegrams are on sale now from the Drama Club. Stop by before or after school to make your purchases.

  • Join Spack On Stage for our Cabaret Night, Friday, February 10th at 7:00 PM in the Black Box Theatre - Tickets on sale soon!

Class News:

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

Student Info:

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • The Spackenkill Teachers’ Association invites you to join them for a pancake breakfast at Applebee’s across from Marist College, on Saturday, February 11 from 8-10 am.  Many teachers will be on hand to greet and serve you.  Tickets are $6 per person and can be purchased at /school or at the door. Proceeds benefit the STA Scholarship Fund.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Softball open gym every Monday at Nassau 6-8pm

 

Friday, February 3, 2017 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • Its is time for club treasurers to reconcile club accounts. The treasurers of the following clubs must meet with Mrs Hourahan in room 110 after school Today. ART, PEGASUS, PHOTOGRAPHY, ATHLETIC,SGO,CONTRAST AND CLASS OF 2017. Today at 2:10 pm in room 110.

  • Science Olympiad meeting after school to prepare for the Regional competition this Saturday.  

All students must attend today to help pack. permission slips are due ASAP

Club Happenings:

  • The AMC will be held on Feb. 7 at 2:10 in room 215.

  • Valentine Singing telegrams are on sale now from the Drama Club. Stop by before or after school to make your purchases.

  • Join Spack On Stage for our Cabaret Night, Friday, February 10th at 7:00 PM in the Black Box Theatre - Tickets on sale soon!

Class News:

  • Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

Student Info:

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

  • The Spackenkill Teachers’ Association invites you to join them for a pancake breakfast at Applebee’s across from Marist College, on Saturday, February 11 from 8-10 am.  Many teachers will be on hand to greet and serve you.  Tickets are $6 per person and can be purchased at /school or at the door. Proceeds benefit the STA Scholarship Fund.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • Spring sports sign ups will take place Monday February 6th during all lunch periods. You can also sign up anytime next week in the athletic office.

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Softball open gym every Monday at Nassau 6-8pm

Thursday, February 2, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • Help support the French Club at Panera Bread Today from 4 to 8 pm. All you need to do is present a flyer at the time of purchase and a portion of the proceeds will be donated! Please see Mrs. Hart in room 416 for flyers or you can print one from the hs webpage fundraiser blog.

  • The No Name Calling Week Planning Committee is meeting today at  2:10 room 112.Everyone is welcome.

  • At the last regular DUSO meet of the year, Spackenkill A came in first with 24 points, Spackenkill D second with 16 points and Spackenkill B tied for third with 15 points. Zachary Johnson, Vincent Li and Andrew Wu led with 5 points each. Cynthia Ma, Robert Waxman, Anshuman Swain and Jeremy Webster  each scored 4.

Club Happenings:

  • Its is time for club treasurers to reconcile club accounts. The treasurers of the following clubs must meet with Mrs Hourahan in room 110 after school this Friday. ART, PEGASUS, PHOTOGRAPHY, ATHLETIC,SGO,CONTRAST AND CLASS OF 2017. This Friday at 2:10 pm in room 110.

  • Science Olympiad is meeting after school everyday this week to prepare for the Regional competition this Saturday.  All students must attend Friday to help pack. permission slips are due ASAP.

  • The AMC High School Mathematics contest has been scheduled for February 7 at 2:15 PM.   Please sign up outside Room 112.

  • Valentine Singing telegrams are on sale now from the Drama Club. Stop by before or after school to make your purchases.

  • Join Spack On Stage for our Cabaret Night, Friday, February 10th at 7:00 PM in the Black Box Theatre - Tickets on sale soon!

Class News:

  • Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

Student Info:

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

  • The Spackenkill Teachers’ Association invites you to join them for a pancake breakfast at Applebee’s across from Marist College, on Saturday, February 11 from 8-10 am.  Many teachers will be on hand to greet and serve you.  Tickets are $6 per person and can be purchased at /school or at the door. Proceeds benefit the STA Scholarship Fund.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • Spring sports sign ups will take place Monday February 6th during all lunch periods. You can also sign up anytime next week in the athletic office.

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Softball open gym every Monday at Nassau 6-8pm

 

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • Seniors Jostens' will be here today during lunch periods to measure for caps and gowns.  

  • This is the last time they will come to the school.

  • Spring Driver Ed Orientation is tonight Feb 1st 6:30-8pm in the HS auditorium. Only students preregistered may attend the orientation. A Parent must also attend with the student, no exceptions.

  • Volleyball Intramurals will begin today in the gym.

  • Computer Club will meet today after school in room 109. New Members Welcome

Club Happenings:

  • Science Olympiad is meeting after school everyday this week to prepare for the Regional competition this Saturday.  All students must attend Friday to help pack. permission slips are due ASAP.

  • Help support the French Club at Panera Bread Thursday Feb 2nd from 4 to 8 pm. All you need to do is present a flyer at the time of purchase and a portion of the proceeds will be donated! Please see Mrs. Hart in room 416 for flyers or you can print one from the hs webpage fundraiser blog.

  • The AMC High School Mathematics contest has been scheduled for February 7 at 2:15 PM.   Please sign up outside Room 112.

  • Valentine Singing telegrams are on sale now from the Drama Club. Stop by before or after school to make your purchases.

  • Join Spack On Stage for our Cabaret Night, Friday, February 10th at 7:00 PM in the Black Box Theatre - Tickets on sale soon!

Class News:

  • Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

Student Info:

  • The No Name Calling Week Planning Committee is looking for your ideas.  Everyone is welcome.  If you've been thinking about what you can do to make the world a better place start here!  The meeting is 2/2 at  2:10 room 112.

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

  • The Spackenkill Teachers’ Association invites you to join them for a pancake breakfast at Applebee’s across from Marist College, on Saturday, February 11 from 8-10 am.  Many teachers will be on hand to greet and serve you.  Tickets are $6 per person and can be purchased at /school or at the door. Proceeds benefit the STA Scholarship Fund.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Softball open gym every Monday at Nassau 6-8pm

Tuesday, January 31, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • There will be an Environmental Club Meeting TODAY in room 317 at 2:10PM.

  • Registration for Spring Driver Ed ends today. Orientation is Wednesday Feb 1st 6:30-8pm in the HS auditorium. Only students preregistered may attend the orientation. A Parent must also attend with the student, no exceptions

  • Volleyball Intramurals will begin tomorrow in the gym. Please submit your team rosters to Mrs. Johnson by today.

Club Happenings:

  • Computer Club will meet on Wednesday after school in room 109. New Members Welcome

  • Help support the French Club at Panera Bread Thursday Feb 2nd from 4 to 8 pm. All you need to do is present a flyer at the time of purchase and a portion of the proceeds will be donated! Please see Mrs. Hart in room 416 for flyers or you can print one from the hs webpage fundraiser blog.

  • The AMC High School Mathematics contest has been scheduled for February 7 at 2:15 PM.   Please sign up outside Room 112.

  • Valentine Singing telegrams are on sale now from the Drama Club. Stop by before or after school to make your purchases.

  • Join Spack On Stage for our Cabaret Night, Friday, February 10th at 7:00 PM in the Black Box Theatre - Tickets on sale soon!

Class News:

  • Seniors Jostens' will be here Wednesday February 1st during lunch periods to measure for caps and gowns.  This is the last time they will come to the school.

  • Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. The Feb 3rd date has been postponed. New date to be announced. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

Student Info:

  • The No Name Calling Week Planning Committee is looking for your ideas.  Everyone is welcome.  If you've been thinking about what you can do to make the world a better place start here!  The meeting is 2/2 at  2:10 room 112.

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

  • The Spackenkill Teachers’ Association invites you to join them for a pancake breakfast at Applebee’s across from Marist College, on Saturday, February 11 from 8-10 am.  Many teachers will be on hand to greet and serve you.  Tickets are $6 per person and can be purchased at /school or at the door. Proceeds benefit the STA Scholarship Fund.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Softball open gym every Monday at Nassau 6-8pm

Monday, January 30, 2017 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

Club Happenings:

  • Computer Club will meet on Wednesday after school in room 109. New Members Welcome

  • Help support the French Club at Panera Bread Thursday Feb 2nd from 4 to 8 pm. All you need to do is present a flyer at the time of purchase and a portion of the proceeds will be donated! Please see Mrs. Hart in room 416 for flyers or you can print one from the hs webpage fundraiser blog.

  • The AMC High School Mathematics contest has been scheduled for February 7 at 2:15 PM.  Please sign up outside Room 112.

  • Ski Club bus still has seats. Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

Class News:

  • Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. The Feb 3rd date has been postponed. New date to be announced. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

Student Info:

  • The No Name Calling Week Planning Committee is looking for your ideas.  Everyone is welcome.  If you've been thinking about what you can do to make the world a better place start here!  The meeting is February 2nd from 2:10 to 2:45 in room 112.

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • Registration for Spring Driver Ed is now through January 31st. Orientation is Wednesday Feb 1st 6:30-8pm in the HS auditorium. Only students preregistered may attend the orientation. A Parent must also attend with the student, no exceptions.

  • Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Volleyball Intramurals will begin Wed. Feb 1st in the gym. Please submit your team rosters to Mrs. Johnson by Tomorrow, Jan. 31st.

 

Friday, January 27, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • Attention Students: 2nd Semester schedules are being distributed today in homerooms for Monday.  Please make sure to review your schedule for changes, especially Study Hall room changes.  You can also access the Student Portal for a copy of your most current schedule.

  • The Mathematics Team will meet today afterschool in Room 112 to practice for the next contest.  New members are welcome!

  • Science Olympiad Team Meeting today after school at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be reviewing the updated schedule for the Regional Competition Saturday February 4th, planning and distributing permission slips.  All members must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts.

Club Happenings:

  • Help support the French Club at Panera Bread Thursday Feb 2nd from 4 to 8 pm. All you need to do is present a flyer at the time of purchase and a portion of the proceeds will be donated! Please see Mrs. Hart in room 416 for flyers or you can print one from the hs webpage fundraiser blog.

  • The AMC High School Mathematics contest has been scheduled for February 7 at 2:15 PM.  Please sign up outside Room 112.

  • Ski Club bus still has seats. Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

Class News:

  • Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle. The Feb 3rd date has been postponed. New date to be announced. Anyone interested in performing the sign up is still on Ms. DeFreest's door.

Student Info:

  • The No Name Calling Week Planning Committee is looking for your ideas.  Everyone is welcome.  If you've been thinking about what you can do to make the world a better place start here!  The meeting is February 2nd from 2:10 to 2:45 in room 112.

  • Do you have a BFF? If you would like a picture in the yearbook with your best friend forever, come see Mrs. Stong in room 113. Space is limited, so first come, first serve.

  • Registration for Spring Driver Ed is now through January 31st. Orientation is Wednesday Feb 1st 6:30-8pm in the HS auditorium. Only students preregistered may attend the orientation. A Parent must also attend with the student, no exceptions.

  • Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Volleyball Intramurals will begin Wed. Feb 1st in the gym. Please submit your team rosters to Mrs. Johnson by Tuesday Jan. 31st.


 

Monday, January 23, 2017 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

 

Club Happenings:

  • The AMC High School Mathematics contest has been scheduled for February 7 at 2:15 PM.  Please sign up outside Room 112.

  • The Mathematics Team will meet on Friday January 27 afterschool in Room 112 to practice for the next contest.  New members are welcome!

  • Ski Club bus still has seats. Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

Class News:

  • Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle on February 3rd. anyone  interested in performing sign up on Ms. DeFreest's door.

Student Info:

  • Registration for Spring Driver Ed is now through January 31st. Orientation is Wednesday Feb 1st 6:30-8pm in the HS auditorium. Only students preregistered may attend the orientation. A Parent must also attend with the student, no exceptions.

  • Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • Volleyball Intramurals will begin Wed. Feb 1st in the gym. Please submit your team rosters to Mrs. Johnson by Tuesday Jan. 31st.

Friday, January 20, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • There will be a senior class meeting Today after school  in room 113.  We will be discussing the Lip Sync battle and other future senior activities    

Club Happenings:

  • The AMC High School Mathematics contest has been scheduled for February 7 at 2:15 PM.  Please sign up outside Room 112.

  • Ski Club bus still has seats. Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

  • The Mathematics Team will meet on Friday January 27 afterschool in Room 112 to practice for the next contest.  New members are welcome!

Class News:

  • Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle on February 3rd. anyone  interested in performing sign up on Ms. DeFreest's door..

Student Info:

  • Registration for Spring Driver Ed is now through January 31st. Orientation is Wednesday Feb 1st 6:30-8pm in the HS auditorium. Only students preregistered may attend the orientation. A Parent must also attend with the student, no exceptions.

  • Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

Thursday, January 19, 2017 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • There will be a softball interest meeting this Thursday Jan 19 @ 2:15 in room 4 for both the Varsity and JV teams and the first open gym will be on Monday Jan 23 from 6-8 @ Nassau. If you can not make the interest meeting but plan to be at the open gyms please see Ms. Repetto in room 311 by Thursday.    

Club Happenings:

  • The AMC High School Mathematics contest has been scheduled for February 7 at 2:15 PM.  Please sign up outside Room 112.

  • Ski Club bus still has seats. Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

Class News:

  • Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle on February 3rd. anyone  interested in performing sign up on Ms. DeFreest's door.

  • There will be a senior class meeting Friday, January 20th after school  in room 113.  We will be discussing the Lip Sync battle and other future senior activities.

Student Info:

  • Registration for Spring Driver Ed is now through January 31st. Orientation is Wednesday Feb 1st 6:30-8pm in the HS auditorium. Only students preregistered may attend the orientation. A Parent must also attend with the student, no exceptions.

  • Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • The following scorers led the team on the NYML contest:​Robert Waxman had a perfect score of  6.   Vincent Li and Andrew Wu each scored 5.

  • Computer Club meets today in room 109. New members are welcome.

  • The DUSO contest is today after school. Meet in the lobby at 3:20.

  • Juniors: There will be a junior prom meeting today at 2:10 in room 115.  All juniors are welcome to attend.

  • Seniors Jostens will be here today during lunch periods for cap and gown measuring and ordering. Come to the cafeteria during your lunch period to get measured.

Club Happenings:

  • The AMC High School Mathematics contest has been scheduled for February 7 at 2:15 PM.  Please sign up outside Room 112.

  • Ski Club bus still has seats. Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

Class News:

  • Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle on February 3rd. anyone  interested in performing sign up on Ms. DeFreest's door.

  • There will be a senior class meeting Friday, January 20th after school  in room 113.  We will be discussing the Lip Sync battle and other future senior activities.

Student Info:

  • Registration for Spring Driver Ed is now through January 31st. Orientation is Wednesday Feb 1st 6:30-8pm in the HS auditorium. Only students preregistered may attend the orientation. A Parent must also attend with the student, no exceptions.

  • Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office. 

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

  • There will be a softball interest meeting this Thursday Jan 19 @ 2:15 in room 4 for both the Varsity and JV teams and the first open gym will be on Monday Jan 23 from 6-8 @ Nassau. If you can not make the interest meeting but plan to be at the open gyms please see Ms. Repetto in room 311 by Thursday.

 

Tuesday, January 17, 2017 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

  • The next FAIHR meeting will be today after school in Room 212. We will be discussing the opening of the Poughkeepsie Refugee Center. New members are welcome.  

  • Attention Mathematics Team: The next NYML contest is on Tuesday January 17th after school in Room 112.  New members are welcome.

  • Juniors: There will be a junior prom meeting today at 2:10 in room 115.  All juniors are welcome to attend.

  • Chess Club meets today in room 421.

Club Happenings:

  • The next DUSO contest is Wednesday, January 18th.

  • The AMC High School Mathematics contest has been scheduled for February 7 at 2:15 PM.  Please sign up outside Room 112.

  • Ski Club bus still has seats. Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

Class News:

  • Seniors Jostens will be here on January 18th during lunch periods for cap and gown measuring and ordering. Come to the cafeteria during your lunch period to get measured. Snow date January 20th.

  • Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

  • The senior class will be sponsoring a Lip Sync Battle on February 3rd. anyone  interested in performing sign up on Ms. DeFreest's door.

  • There will be a senior class meeting Friday, January 20th after school  in room 113.  We will be discussing the Lip Sync battle and other future senior activities.

Student Info:

  • Registration for Spring Driver Ed is now through January 31st. Orientation is Wednesday Feb 1st 6:30-8pm in the HS auditorium. Only students preregistered may attend the orientation. A Parent must also attend with the student, no exceptions.

  • Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

  • The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

  • Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

Friday, January 13, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

Students attending the BOCES CTI field trip today please report to the main lobby after 1st period.

The E Sports club will be having a tournament today after school in the cafeteria. Entry fee is $4 and teams are wanted.

Club Happenings:

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Tuesday, January 17th after school in Room 212. We will be discussing the opening of the Poughkeepsie Refugee Center. New members are welcome.  

Attention Mathematics Team: The next NYML contest is on Tuesday January 17th after school in Room 112.  New members are welcome. The next DUSO contest is Wednesday, January 18th. The AMC High School Mathematics contest has been scheduled for February 7 at 2:15 PM.  Please sign up outside Room 112.

Ski Club bus still has seats.  Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

Class News:

Juniors: There will be a junior prom meeting on Tuesday 1/17 at 2:10 in room 115.  All juniors are welcome to attend.

Seniors Jostens will be here on January 18th during lunch periods for cap and gown measuring and ordering. Come to the cafeteria during your lunch period to get measured. Snow date January 20th.

Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

Student Info:

Registration for Spring Driver Ed is now through January 31st. Orientation is Wednesday Feb 1st 6:30-8pm in the HS auditorium. Only students preregistered may attend the orientation. A Parent must also attend with the student, no exceptions.

Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.

A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

Thursday, January 12, 2017 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

Attention Mathematics Team:The next ASMA contest will be held today.  New members are welcome

Leo Club is holding its first membership meeting of the new year today at 2:10 in the Chorus room.  It isn't too late to join.  We will have long sleeve t-shirts for sale and will be working on several upcoming events.

There is a French Club meeting after school today in room 416. All members must attend.

Club Happenings:

The E Sports club will be having a tournament this Friday after school in the cafeteria. New members welcome.

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Tuesday, January 17th after school in Room 212. We will be discussing the opening of the Poughkeepsie Refugee Center. New members are welcome.  

Attention Mathematics Team:  The next DUSO contest is Wednesday, January 18th.

Ski Club bus still has seats.  Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

Class News:

Seniors Jostens will be here on January 18th during lunch periods for cap and gown measuring and ordering.  

Come to the cafeteria during your lunch period to get measured. Snow date January 20th.

Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

Student Info:

Registration for Spring Driver Ed is now through January 31st. Orientation is Wednesday Feb 1st 6:30-8pm in the HS auditorium. Only students preregistered may attend the orientation. A Parent must also attend with the student, no exceptions.

A reminder to students attending the BOCES CTI field trip, the trip is this Friday, Jan 13th. Please remember your bag lunch or to pick up your lunch that morning and to report to the main lobby after 1st period.

Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

 

Wednesday, January 11, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

Attention Mathematics Team:  The next DUSO contest is today. Please be in the lobby at 3:20 to leave for the DUSO meet.

The next Computer Club meeting is today in room 109. New members are welcome.

Club Happenings:

The E Sports club will be having a tournament this Friday after school in the cafeteria. New members welcome.

Ski Club bus still has seats.  Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

Attention Mathematics Team:The next ASMA contest will be held on Thursday.  New members are welcome.

There is a French Club meeting after school on Thursday 1/12 in room 416. All members must attend.

Leo Club is holding its first membership meeting of the new year on Thursday January 12th at 2:10 in the Chorus room.  It isn't too late to join.  We will have long sleeve t-shirts for sale and will be working on several upcoming events.  

Class News:

Seniors Jostens will be here on January 18th during lunch periods for cap and gown measuring and ordering.  

Come to the cafeteria during your lunch period to get measured. Snow date January 20th.

Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

Student Info:

Registration for Spring Driver Ed is now through January 31st. Orientation is Wednesday Feb 1st 6:30-8pm in the HS auditorium. Only students preregistered may attend the orientation. A Parent must also attend with the student, no exceptions.

A reminder to students attending the BOCES CTI field trip, the trip is this Friday, Jan 13th. Please remember your bag lunch or to pick up your lunch that morning and to report to the main lobby after 1st period.

Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.

Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.

A collection box is in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

Monday, January 9, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

Club Happenings:

Chess Club meets Tomorrow in room 421. New members welcome.

Ski Club bus still has seats.  Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Tuesday, January 10th after school in Room 212. We will be discussing the refugee center opening up in the Hudson Valley. New members are welcome

Attention Mathematics Team:  The next DUSO contest is on Wednesday, Jan. 11.  Sign up outside room 112 or let Ms. Pupko know you are attending.  New members are welcome!

The next Computer Club meeting will be Wednesday, January 11th. New members are welcome.

There is a French Club meeting after school on Thursday 1/12 in room 416. All members must attend.

Leo Club is holding its first membership meeting of the new year on Thursday January 12th at 2:10 in the Chorus room.  It isn't too late to join.  We will have long sleeve t-shirts for sale and will be working on several upcoming events.  

Class News:

Seniors Jostens will be here on January 18th during lunch periods for cap and gown measuring and ordering.  

Come to the cafeteria during your lunch period to get measured. Snow date January 20th.

Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

Student Info:

A reminder to students attending the BOCES CTI field trip, the trip is this Friday, Jan 13th. Please remember your bag lunch or to pick up your lunch that morning and to report to the main lobby after 1st period.

Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.

Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.

A collection box is located in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

Friday, January 6, 2017 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

Happy Friday!

Club Happenings:

Ski Club bus still has seats.  Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Tuesday, January 10th after school in Room 212. We will be discussing the refugee center opening up in the Hudson Valley. New members are welcome

Attention Mathematics Team:  The next DUSO contest is on Wednesday, Jan. 11.  Sign up outside room 112 or let Ms. Pupko know you are attending.  New members are welcome!

The next Computer Club meeting will be Wednesday, January 11th. New members are welcome.

Class News:

Seniors Jostens will be here on January 18th during lunch periods for cap and gown measuring and ordering.  Come to the cafeteria during your lunch period to get measured. Snow date January20th

Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

Seniors, foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

Student Info:

Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.

Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is located in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

ANNOUNCEMENTS  

Thursday, January 5, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

There will be a meeting for all Junior officers and reps today after school in room 115.  Please make every effort to attend.  If you can not be in attendance, see Mrs. Lynch or Mrs. Stong ahead of time.

Ski Club members - There will be a mandatory meeting for all members of the ski club today after school in room 207. Please make sure to attend.

Club Happenings:

Ski Club bus still has seats.  Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Tuesday, January 10th after school in Room 212. We will be discussing the refugee center opening up in the Hudson Valley. New members are welcome

Attention Mathematics Team:  The next DUSO contest is on Wednesday, Jan. 11.  Sign up outside room 112 or let Ms. Pupko know you are attending.  New members are welcome!

The next Computer Club meeting will be Wednesday, January 11th. New members are welcome.

Class News:

Seniors Jostens will be here on January 18th during lunch periods for cap and gown measuring and ordering.  Come to the cafeteria during your lunch period to get measured. Snow date January 20th

Seniors we need your baby pictures ASAP for yearbook and you need to vote on senior superlatives and submit your senior quote The deadline is February 6th. Info on how to do this on line was sent to your school e-mail.If you have questions please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Pisano

Seniors, foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

Student Info:

Last day to order a Yearbook is February 6th. You must order a book, there will be no extras.

Order forms and info for ordering online have been sent to your parents. You may also get an order form in the main office or from Mrs. Stong.

Anyone interested in signing up for Spac Idol see Mr Spadaro in room 210.

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is located in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

Chess Club meeting today in room 421. New members are welcome.

Club Happenings:

There will be a meeting for all Junior officers and reps on Thursday 1/5 after school in room 115.  Please make every effort to attend.  If you can not be in attendance, see Mrs. Lynch or Mrs. Stong ahead of time.

Ski Club members - There will be a mandatory meeting for all members of the ski club this Thursday after school in room 207. Please make sure to attend.

Ski Club bus still has seats.  Anyone interested in going on specific ski trips should see Mrs. Tremblay for a permission form. Individual rides to the mountains will be sold for $35.

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Tuesday, January 10th after school in Room 212. We will be discussing the refugee center opening up in the Hudson Valley. New members are welcome

The next Computer Club meeting will be Wednesday, January 11th. New members are welcome.

Class News:

Seniors, foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

Student Info:

Anyone interested in signing up for Spac Idol see Mr Spadaro in room 210.

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is located in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

Baseball off season workouts at Todd Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30.

 

Tuesday, January 3, 2017 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

Happy New Year Spack!

Club Happenings:

Any students interested in purchasing Ski Club gear, stop by the main office for an order form, or see Mr. Boenig.

The Ski Club bus is still not full so If you plan to join but have not yet brought in your permission form and bus fee, please bring to Mrs. tremblay in room 207 or put the envelope in her mailbox in the main office.

Anyone interested in signing up for Spac Idol see Mr Spadaro in room 210.

Class News:

Seniors, foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

Student Info:

High school students are reminded that they are more than welcome to visit the middle school however they must have an appointment with a teacher to do so.

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is located in the main office.  

ANNOUNCEMENTS  

Friday, December 23, 2016 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

Today is Ugly Christmas/Holiday Sweater Day.  

Club Happenings:

Any students interested in purchasing Ski Club gear, stop by the main office for an order form, or see Mr. Boenig.

The Ski Club bus is still not full so If you plan to join but have not yet brought in your permission form and bus fee, please bring to Mrs. tremblay in room 207 or put the envelope in her mailbox in the main office.

Anyone interested in signing up for Spac Idol see Mr Spadaro in room 210.

Class News:

Seniors, foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

Student Info:

High school students are reminded that they are more than welcome to visit the middle school however they must have an appointment with a teacher to do so.

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is located in the main office.  

Thursday, December 22, 2016 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

Today is Wacky, Tacky Holiday Hat Day.  

Club Happenings:

SGO will be selling reindeer grams all week to brighten someone’s day. Help Student Government brighten the holidays and spread some holiday cheer.. Friday is Ugly Christmas/Holiday Sweater Day.

Any students interested in purchasing Ski Club gear, stop by the main office for an order form, or see Mr. Boenig.

The Ski Club bus is still not full so If you plan to join but have not yet brought in your permission form and bus fee, please bring to Mrs. tremblay in room 207 or put the envelope in her mailbox in the main office.

Anyone interested in signing up for Spac Idol see Mr Spadaro in room 210.

Class News:

Seniors, foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

Student Info:

High school students are reminded that they are more than welcome to visit the middle school however they must have an appointment with a teacher to do so.

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is located in the main office.  

Wednesday, December 21, 2016 – Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

SGO will be hosting an ugly sweater making workshop today after school, so if you need ideas, glitter, or just want help bedazzling a T shirt or sweater, please join the fun. Bring your own shirt and go to work.

Club Happenings:

SGO will be selling reindeer grams all week to brighten someone’s day. Help Student Government brighten the holidays and spread some holiday cheer.. Today is Let it Snow Spack-White Out Day.

Thursday is Wacky, Tacky Holiday Hat Day.  

Friday is Ugly Christmas/Holiday Sweater Day.

Any students interested in purchasing Ski Club gear, stop by the main office for an order form, or see Mr. Boenig.

The Ski Club bus is still not full so If you plan to join but have not yet brought in your permission form and bus fee, please bring to Mrs. tremblay in room 207 or put the envelope in her mailbox in the main office.

Anyone interested in signing up for Spac Idol see Mr Spadaro in room 210.

Class News:

Seniors, foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

Student Info:

High school students are reminded that they are more than welcome to visit the middle school however they must have an appointment with a teacher to do so.

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is located in the main office.  

ANNOUNCEMENTS  

Tuesday, December 20, 2016 – Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

Chess Club meets today after school in room 421. New members welcome.

There will be a YAR Meeting today in Room 214 at 2:10.

Club Happenings:

SGO will be selling reindeer grams all week to brighten someone’s day. Help Student Government brighten the holidays and spread some holiday cheer. Today is Crazy Holiday Sock Day.

Wednesday is Let it Snow Spack-White Out Day.

Thursday is Wacky, Tacky Holiday Hat Day.  

Friday is Ugly Christmas/Holiday Sweater Day.

SGO will be hosting an ugly sweater making workshop on Wednesday, the 21st, after school, so if you need ideas, glitter, or just want help bedazzling a T shirt or sweater, please join the fun. Bring your own shirt and go to work.

Any students interested in purchasing Ski Club gear, stop by the main office for an order form, or see Mr. Boenig.

The Ski Club bus is still not full so If you plan to join but have not yet brought in your permission form and bus fee, please bring to Mrs. tremblay in room 207 or put the envelope in her mailbox in the main office.

Anyone interested in signing up for Spac Idol see Mr Spadaro in room 210.

Class News:

Seniors, foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

Student Info:

High school students are reminded that they are more than welcome to visit the middle school however they must have an appointment with a teacher to do so.

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is located in the main office.

ANNOUNCEMENTS  

Monday, December 19, 2016 –Even Day  

Today’s Highlights:

Anyone interested in rowing with Crew this spring, please attend an informational meeting today from 3 - 3:30 pm in Room 106 at the High School.

There will be a meeting today for all returning football players and anyone who is interested in joining the Spackenkill Football team in Room 214 at 2:05pm. Off-season workouts and program ideas will be discussed, don't miss this opportunity to be a part of something special. If you have any questions see Coach DeSouza.

A reminder to all students that would like to attend the field trip to the BOCES Career and Technical Institute - permission slips are due to the Guidance Office today.

Club Happenings:

SGO will be selling reindeer grams all week to brighten someone’s day. Help Student Government brighten the holidays and spread some holiday cheer. Today is Flannel Shirt Day.

Tuesday is Crazy Holiday Sock Day.

Wednesday is Let it Snow Spack-White Out Day.

Thursday is Wacky, Tacky Holiday Hat Day.  

Friday is Ugly Christmas/Holiday Sweater Day.

SGO will be hosting an ugly sweater making workshop on Wednesday, the 21st, after school, so if you need ideas, glitter, or just want help bedazzling a T shirt or sweater, please join the fun. Bring your own shirt and go to work.

Any students interested in purchasing Ski Club gear, stop by the main office for an order form, or see Mr. Boenig.

The Ski Club bus is still not full so If you plan to join but have not yet brought in your permission form and bus fee, please bring to Mrs. tremblay in room 207 or put the envelope in her mailbox in the main office.

There will be a YAR Meeting on Dec. 20th in Room 214 at 2:10.

Anyone interested in signing up for Spac Idol see Mr Spadaro in room 210.

Class News:

Seniors, foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

Student Info:

High school students are reminded that they are more than welcome to visit the middle school however they must have an appointment with a teacher to do so.

Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family giving trees are up in the lobby of each building.  Please make a difference by taking a tag and bringing the item in by December 19th.  All the items go to help people in our District.  Sometimes just knowing that your neighbors care is the best gift. 

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is located in the main office.  

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Friday, December 16, 2016 –Odd Day  

Today’s Highlights:

There will be a combined middle school/high school GSA Holiday party today after school at Todd Middle School. Refreshments will be served.  Any questions see Ms. Huczel or Ms. Pupko.

Club Happenings:

 

The Spackenkill HS Student Government would like to invite everyone to participate in next week's "Holiday Hoopla". What is a "Holiday Hoopla", you might be wondering.  A "Holiday Hoopla" is like a winter spirit week. There will be theme days and activities to help spread some holiday cheer and school spirit.

Monday is Flannel Shirt Day.Tuesday is Crazy Holiday Sock Day.Wednesday is Let it Snow Spack-White Out Day.Thursday is Wacky, Tacky Holiday Hat Day. Friday is Ugly Christmas/Holiday Sweater Day.

Any students interested in purchasing Ski Club gear, stop by the main office for an order form, or see Mr. Boenig.
The Ski Club bus is still not full so If you plan to join but have not yet brought in your permission form and bus fee, please bring to Mrs. tremblay in room 207 or put the envelope in her mailbox in the main office.
There will be a YAR Meeting on Dec. 20th in Room 214 at 2:10.
Anyone interested in signing up for Spac Idol see Mr Spadaro in room 210.
Class News:

Seniors, foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

A reminder to all seniors from the Guidance Office that if you have a deadline on or before January 6th and you have not spoken with your guidance counselor, you should do so ASAP.
Student Info:

A reminder to all students that would like to attend the field trip to the BOCES Career and Technical Institute - please turn in your permission slips to the Guidance Office by Monday, December 19th.

Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family giving trees are up in the lobby of each building.  Please make a difference by taking a tag and bringing the item in by December 19th.  All the items go to help people in our District.  Sometimes just knowing that your neighbors care is the best gift. 
The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is located in the main office.  
Spartan Sports:

There will be a meeting for all returning football players and anyone who is interested in joining the Spackenkill Football team on Monday Dec. 19th in Room 214 at 2:05pm. Off-season workouts and program ideas will be discussed, don't miss this opportunity to be a part of something special. If you have any questions see Coach DeSouza.

Anyone interested in rowing with Crew this spring, please attend an informational meeting on Monday, December 19th from 3 - 3:30 pm in Room 106 at the High School.
 
Thursday, December 15, 2016 –Even Day  
TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Science Olympiad Team meeting Today after school at 2:10 in the MST room. All members must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts

Student Government will be making Reindeer Grams after school today in rm 306. Please come and help make some reindeer. They will be on sale starting next week.  
Club Happenings:
There will be a combined middle school/high school GSA Holiday party on Friday, December 16 after school at Todd Middle School.  Refreshments will be served.  Any questions see Ms. Huczel or Ms. Pupko.

Any students interested in purchasing Ski Club gear, stop by the main office for an order form, or see Mr. Boenig.

The Ski Club bus is still not full so If you plan to join but have not yet brought in your permission form and bus fee, please bring to Mrs. tremblay in room 207 or put the envelope in her mailbox in the main office.
 
There will be a YAR Meeting on Dec. 20th in Room 214 at 2:10.
 
Anyone interested in signing up for Spac Idol see Mr Spadaro in room 210.

Class News:

Seniors, foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

A reminder to all seniors from the Guidance Office that if you have a deadline on or before January 6th and you have not spoken with your guidance counselor, you should do so ASAP.
Student Info:

A reminder to all students that would like to attend the field trip to the BOCES Career and Technical Institute - please turn in your permission slips to the Guidance Office by Monday, December 19th.

Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family giving trees are up in the lobby of each building.  Please make a difference by taking a tag and bringing the item in by December 19th.  All the items go to help people in our District.  Sometimes just knowing that your neighbors care is the best gift. 
The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.A collection box is located in the main office.  

Spartan Sports:

There will be a meeting for all returning football players and anyone who is interested in joining the Spackenkill Football team on Monday Dec. 19th in Room 214 at 2:05pm. Off-season workouts and program ideas will be discussed, don't miss this opportunity to be a part of something special. If you have any questions see Coach DeSouza.

Wednesday, December 14, 2016 –Odd Day  
TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Computer club meeting will be Today after school. New members are welcome.

There will be a short Mock Trial meeting today after school in Room 212. Mock Trial is a club for students interested in the law. New members are welcome
Club Happenings:

Science Olympiad Team meeting Thursday 12/15 after school at 2:10 in the MST room.  Permission slips and forms will be distributed for the Columbia Invitational on January 7th.  We will also be reviewing the Columbia schedule and working on all events.  All members must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts

Student Government will be making Reindeer Grams after school on Thursday, December 15th. Room TBA. Please come and help make some reindeer. They will be on sale starting next week.  
There will be a combined middle school/high school GSA Holiday party on Friday, December 16 after school at Todd Middle School.  Refreshments will be served.  Any questions see Ms. Huczel or Ms. Pupko.

The Ski Club bus is half full. If you plan to join but have not yet brought in your permission form and bus fee, please do so immediately. The first scheduled trip is Mount Snow on January 7. The bus company must be paid. Bring materials to Mrs. tremblay in room 207 or put the envelope in her mailbox in the main office.

There will be a YAR Meeting on Dec. 20th in Room 214 at 2:10.
 
Anyone interested in signing up for Spac Idol see Mr Spadaro in room 210.
Class News:

Seniors, foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

A reminder to all seniors from the Guidance Office that if you have a deadline on or before January 6th and you have not spoken with your guidance counselor, you should do so ASAP.
Student Info:

A reminder to all students that would like to attend the field trip to the BOCES Career and Technical Institute - please turn in your permission slips to the Guidance Office by Monday, December 19th.

Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family giving trees are up in the lobby of each building.  Please make a difference by taking a tag and bringing the item in by December 19th.  All the items go to help people in our District.  Sometimes just knowing that your neighbors care is the best gift. 
 
The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.A collection box is located in the main office.  
Spartan Sports:

There will be a meeting for all returning football players and anyone who is interested in joining the Spackenkill Football team on Monday Dec. 19th in Room 214 at 2:05pm. Off-season workouts and program ideas will be discussed, don't miss this opportunity to be a part of something special. If you have any questions see Coach DeSouza.

 

Tuesday, December 13, 2016 –Even Day  

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Attention Mathematics Team:  The next New York Math League Contest is Today after school.  New members are welcome!

Auditions for the spring musical will be held Today  from 3:30 to 6:30 and call backs will be held on Friday the same time. There is an audition signup sheet by the counseling center, Please come prepared to sing 16 bars of a song and wear comfortable shoes to dance in.

Club Happenings:

.The next computer club meeting will be on Wednesday December 14th. New members are welcome.

There will be a short Mock Trial meeting on Wednesday after school in Room 212. Mock Trial is a club for students interested in the law. New members are welcome
 
Science Olympiad Team meeting Thursday 12/15 after school at 2:10 in the MST room.  Permission slips and forms will be distributed for the Columbia Invitational on January 7th.  We will also be reviewing the Columbia schedule and working on all events.  All members must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts
 
There will be a combined middle school/high school GSA Holiday party on Friday, December 16 after school at Todd Middle School.  Refreshments will be served.  Any questions see Ms. Huczel or Ms. Pupko.
 
The Ski Club bus is half full. If you plan to join but have not yet brought in your permission form and bus fee, please do so immediately. The first scheduled trip is Mount Snow on January 7. The bus company must be paid. Bring materials to Mrs. tremblay in room 207 or put the envelope in her mailbox in the main office.
Class News:

Seniors, foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

A reminder to all seniors from the Guidance Office that if you have a deadline on or before January 6th and you have not spoken with your guidance counselor, you should do so ASAP.
Student Info:

A reminder to all students that would like to attend the field trip to the BOCES Career and Technical Institute - please turn in your permission slips to the Guidance Office by Monday, December 19th.

Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family giving trees are up in the lobby of each building.  Please make a difference by taking a tag and bringing the item in by December 19th.  All the items go to help people in our District.  Sometimes just knowing that your neighbors care is the best gift. 
If you would like to participate in the STA toys for tots program please bring in to school a NEW UNWRAPPED toy by Wednesday, DECEMBER 14th.
 
The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA. A collection box is located in the main office.  
Spartan Sports:

There will be a meeting for all returning football players and anyone who is interested in joining the Spackenkill Football team on Monday Dec. 19th in Room 214 at 2:05pm. Off-season workouts and program ideas will be discussed, don't miss this opportunity to be a part of something special. If you have any questions see Coach DeSouza.

Students - would you like to name our student cheering section at athletic events?

In an effort to increase school spirit and fan participation we are asking students to submit names for our Student Cheering Section at basketball games.  Mr. Lanzoni will take suggestions until December 14th and then a name will be chosen.  A banner with the Cheering Section name will go up on the wall.  Pickup and complete forms located in the Athletic Office.Monday, December 12, 2016 –Odd Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Club Happenings:

The next FAIHR meeting will be today after school in Room 212. New members are welcome.

Auditions for the spring musical will be held on today and tomorrow from 3:30 to 6:30 and call backs will be held on Friday the same time. There will be a sign up sheet as of this Friday by the counseling center to sign up for time slots. Please come prepared to sing 16 bars of a song and wear comfortable shoes to dance in.

Congratulations to the Mathematics Team on their results in the ASMA contest.  Jeana Chun, Vincent Li, Anubhav Shankar, Robert Waxman and Andrew Wu each had a perfect score of 7. Tomas Herrera, Zachary Johnson and Adele Long each scored 6.Megan James, Anshuman Swain and Albert Yao each scored 5.

Class News:

Seniors foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family giving trees are up in the lobby of each building.  Please make a difference by taking a tag and bringing the item in by December 19th.  All the items go to help people in our District.  Sometimes just knowing that your neighbors care is the best gift. 

If you would like to participate in the STA toys for tots program please bring in to school a NEW UNWRAPPED toy by Wednesday, DECEMBER 14th.

Spartan Sports:

Interested in playing football? There will be a meeting for all returning football players and anyone who is interested in joining the Spackenkill Football team on Monday Dec. 19th in Room 214 at 2:05pm. Off-season workouts and program ideas will be discussed, don't miss this opportunity to be a part of something special. If you have any questions see Coach DeSouza. Meeting Dec 19th at 2:05 for all football players.

Students - would you like to name our student cheering section at athletic events?

In an effort to increase school spirit and fan participation we are asking students to submit names for our Student Cheering Section at basketball games.  Mr. Lanzoni will take suggestions until December 14th and then a name will be chosen.  A banner with the Cheering Section name will go up on the wall.  Pickup and complete forms located in the Athletic Office.

Thursday, December 8, 2016 –Odd Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Club Happenings:

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Monday, December 12th after school in Room 212. New members are welcome.

Class News:

Seniors foam and wash car wash coupons are here for you to sell; profits can reduce the cost of your prom ticket.  See Ms. Pisano or Ms. DeFreest.

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family giving trees are up in the lobby of each building.  Please make a difference by taking a tag and bringing the item in by December 19th.  All the items go to help people in our District.  Sometimes just knowing that your neighbors care is the best gift. 

If you would like to participate in the STA toys for tots program please bring in to school a NEW UNWRAPPED toy by Wednesday, DECEMBER 14th.

Spartan Sports:

Interested in playing football? There will be a meeting for all returning football players and anyone who is interested in joining the Spackenkill Football team on Monday Dec. 19th in Room 214 at 2:05pm. Off-season workouts and program ideas will be discussed, don't miss this opportunity to be a part of something special. If you have any questions see Coach DeSouza. Meeting Dec 19th at 2:05 for all football players.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016 –Even Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

The next DUSO meet is here today. Be there by 3:30.

There will be a computer club meeting today after school in room 109 to vote on club officers. Please see Ms. Baker if you cannot attend.

Student Government will be holding a meeting on Wednesday, December 7th at 2:05 PM. We have a full agenda so please be prompt. All class presidents, class reps and club representatives must attend

Club Happenings:

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Monday, December 12th after school in Room 212. New members are welcome

Class News:

Juniors who are willing to help sell concessions at the boys basketball game tonight , please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Lynch ASAP.

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family giving trees are up in the lobby of each building.  Please make a difference by taking a tag and bringing the item in by December 19th.  All the items go to help people in our District.  Sometimes just knowing that your neighbors care is the best gift. 

If you would like to participate in the STA toys for tots program please bring in to school a NEW UNWRAPPED toy by Wednesday, DECEMBER 14th.

Spartan Sports:

Interested in playing football? There will be a meeting for all returning football players and anyone who is interested in joining the Spackenkill Football team on Monday Dec. 19th in Room 214 at 2:05pm. Off-season workouts and program ideas will be discussed, don't miss this opportunity to be a part of something special. If you have any questions see Coach DeSouza. Meeting Dec 19th at 2:05 for all football players.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016 –Odd Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a mandatory French Club meeting today after school in room 416.

There will be a baseball meeting today after school in the gym. All students interested in playing baseball in the spring should attend

Badminton Intramurals will begin today from 2:10-2:45 in the gym.

Chess Club meets today in room 421. All are welcome.

Club Happenings:

The next DUSO meet is Wednesday December 7th at home. Be there by 3:30.

There will be a computer club meeting on Wed Dec 7th after school in room 109 to vote on club officers. Please see Ms. Baker if you cannot attend.

Student Government will be holding a meeting on Wednesday, December 7th at 2:05 PM. We have a full agenda so please be prompt. All class presidents, class reps and club representatives must attend

Class News:

Juniors who are willing to help sell concessions at the boys basketball games tonight and Wednesday, please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Lynch ASAP.

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family giving trees are up in the lobby of each building.  Please make a difference by taking a tag and bringing the item in by December 19th.  All the items go to help people in our District.  Sometimes just knowing that your neighbors care is the best gift. 

If you would like to participate in the STA toys for tots program please bring in to school a NEW UNWRAPPED toy by Wednesday, DECEMBER 14th.

Spartan Sports:

Interested in playing football? There will be a meeting for all returning football players and anyone who is interested in joining the Spackenkill Football team on Monday Dec. 19th in Room 214 at 2:05pm. Off-season workouts and program ideas will be discussed, don't miss this opportunity to be a part of something special. If you have any questions see Coach DeSouza. Meeting Dec 19th at 2:05 for all football players.

 

Monday, December 5, 2016 –Even Day 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

FAIHR meeting is today in Room 212. New members are welcome.

Club Happenings:

There will be a mandatory French Club meeting on Tuesday 12/6 after school in room 416.

The next DUSO meet is Wednesday December 7th at home. Be there by 3:30.

There will be a computer club meeting on Wed Dec 7th after school in room 109 to vote on club officers. Please see Ms. Baker if you cannot attend.

Class News:

Juniors who are willing to help sell concessions at the boys basketball games this Tuesday 12/6 and Wednesday 12/7, please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Lynch ASAP.

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family giving trees are up in the lobby of each building.  Please make a difference by taking a tag and bringing the item in by December 19th.  All the items go to help people in our District.  Sometimes just knowing that your neighbors care is the best gift. 

If you would like to participate in the STA toys for tots program please bring in to school a NEW UNWRAPPED toy by Wednesday, DECEMBER 14th.

Spartan Sports:

There will be a baseball meeting Tuesday December 6 after school in the gym. All students interested in playing baseball in the Spring should attend

Badminton Intramurals will begin Tues December 6th from 2:10-2:45 in the gym. Please submit your doubles team or singles team to Mrs. Johnson by Friday December 2nd. 

Interested in playing football? There will be a meeting for all returning football players and anyone who is interested in joining the Spackenkill Football team on Monday Dec. 19th in Room 214 at 2:05pm. Off-season workouts and program ideas will be discussed, don't miss this opportunity to be a part of something special. If you have any questions see Coach DeSouza. Meeting Dec 19th at 2:05 for all football players.

 

Friday, December 2, 2016 –Odd Day 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

The Senior Auction Fundraiser is tonight at 6:30 in the Auditorium.  All are welcome to attend. Come get a jump on your holiday shopping while supporting our Seniors!

Club Happenings:

There will be a mandatory French Club meeting on Tuesday 12/6 after school in room 416.

The next DUSO meet is Wednesday December 7th at home. Be there by 3:30.

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Monday, December 5th after school in Room 212. New members are welcome.

Class News:

Juniors who are willing to help sell concessions at the boys basketball games next week on Tuesday 12/6 and Wednesday 12/7, please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Lynch ASAP.

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family giving trees are up in the lobby of each building.  Please make a difference by taking a tag and bringing the item in by December 19th.  All the items go to help people in our District.  Sometimes just knowing that your neighbors care is the best gift. 

If you would like to participate in the STA toys for tots program please bring in to school a NEW UNWRAPPED toy by Wednesday, DECEMBER 14th.

Spartan Sports:

There will be a baseball meeting Tuesday December 6 after school in the gym. All students interested in playing baseball in the Spring should attend

Badminton Intramurals will begin Tues December 6th from 2:10-2:45 in the gym. Please submit your doubles team or singles team to Mrs. Johnson by Friday December 2nd. 

Thursday, December 1, 2016 –Even Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

The Spackenkill Basketball Club is holding a Midnight Madness event at the High School tonight at 7:30 PM. Meet the teams, participate in contests, and win prizes!  There will be a DJ and concessions.

Computer Club meeting is today after school in room 109.

Drama Meeting today @2:15 in the Auditorium

Junior prom committee meeting today at 2:15 in room 115.

There will be a representative from SUNY Brockport in the Guidance office today at 11:15

Club Happenings:

The next DUSO meet is Wednesday December 7th at home. Be there by 3:30.

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Monday, December 5th after school in Room 212. New members are welcome.

Class News:

The Senior Auction Fundraiser is this Friday at 6:30 in the Auditorium. All are welcome to attend.

Juniors who are willing to help sell concessions at the boys basketball games next week on Tuesday 12/6 and Wednesday 12/7, please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Lynch ASAP.

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office. 

Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family giving trees are up in the lobby of each building.  Please make a difference by taking a tag and bringing the item in by December 19th.  All the items go to help people in our District.  Sometimes just knowing that your neighbors care is the best gift. 

If you would like to participate in the STA toys for tots program please bring in to school a NEW UNWRAPPED toy by Wednesday, DECEMBER 14th.

College Visits:

Spartan Sports:

There will be a baseball meeting Tuesday December 6 after school in the gym. All students interested in playing baseball in the Spring should attend

 

Badminton Intramurals will begin Tues December 6th from 2:10-2:45 in the gym. Please submit your doubles team or singles team to Mrs. Johnson by Friday December 2nd. 

 

Wednesday, November 30, 2016 –Odd Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Ski Club Signups will take place today!

Club Happenings:

Drama Meeting Thursday, December 1st @2:15 in the Auditorium

Class News:

The Senior Auction Fundraiser is this Friday at 6:30 in the Auditorium. All are welcome to attend.

Juniors who are willing to help sell concessions at the boys basketball games next week on Tuesday 12/6 and Wednesday 12/7, please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Lynch ASAP.

Junior prom committee meeting on Thursday 12/1 at 2:15 in room 115.

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family giving trees are up in the lobby of each building.  Please make a difference by taking a tag and bringing the item in by December 19th.  All the items go to help people in our District.  Sometimes just knowing that your neighbors care is the best gift. 

If you would like to participate in the STA toys for tots program please bring in to school a NEW UNWRAPPED toy by Wednesday, DECEMBER 14th.

College Visits:

A representative from SUNY Brockport will be in the Guidance office on Thursday, December 1st at 11:15

Spartan Sports:

The Spackenkill Basketball Club is holding a Midnight Madness event at the High School on December 1st at 7:30 PM. Come out for a fun-filled night to kick off and support our Boys and Girls Basketball Programs. Meet the teams, participate in contests, and win prizes!  There will be a DJ and concessions.

There will be a baseball meeting Tuesday December 6 after school in the gym. All students interested in playing baseball in the Spring should attend

Badminton Intramurals will begin Tues December 6th from 2:10-2:45 in the gym. Please submit your doubles team or singles team to Mrs. Johnson by Friday December 2nd. 

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 –Even Day 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Chess Club meets today after school in rm 421.

Yearbook Meeting after school today in room 113. We are making important cover decisions, Please be there!

There will be a mandatory French Club meeting after school at 2:05 in room 416.All members must attend.

Club Happenings:

Ski Club packets are now available outside room 207 and in the Main Office.  Signups will take place on Wednesday, November 30.

Drama Meeting Thursday, December 1st @2:15 in the Auditorium

Class News:

The Senior Auction Fundraiser is this Friday at 6:30 in the Auditorium. All are welcome to attend.

Juniors who are willing to help sell concessions at the boys basketball games next week on Tuesday 12/6 and Wednesday 12/7, please see Mrs. Stong or Mrs. Lynch ASAP.

Junior prom committee meeting on Thursday 12/1 at 2:15 in room 115.

Student Info:

If you would like to participate in the STA toys for tots program please bring to school a NEW UNWRAPPED toy by Wednesday, DECEMBER 14th.

Spartan Sports:

The Spackenkill Basketball Club is holding a Midnight Madness event at the High School on December 1st at 7:30 PM. Come out for a fun-filled night to kick off and support our Boys and Girls Basketball Programs. Meet the teams, participate in contests, and win prizes!  There will be a DJ and concessions.

There will be a baseball meeting Tuesday December 6 after school in the gym. All students interested in playing baseball in the Spring should attend

Badminton Intramurals will begin Tues December 6th from 2:10-2:45 in the gym. Please submit your doubles team or singles team to Mrs. Johnson by Friday December 2nd. 

Monday, November 28, 2016 –Odd Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a representative from Brockport at 9:30 in the Guidance office.

Club Happenings:

Ski Club packets are now available outside room 207 and in the Main Office.  Signups will take place on Wednesday, November 30.

Student Info:

It’s that time of year again and everyone is getting into the Holiday Spirit.  This year the Spackenkill Teachers’ Association is sponsoring a Toys for Tots drive which will brighten the holidays for thousands of deserving children in Dutchess County. If you would like to participate in this program please bring to school a NEW UNWRAPPED toy.  A box will be in the main office until Wednesday, DECEMBER 14th.

 

Tuesday, November 22, 2016 –Odd Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Congratulations to Friday's French trivia winner, Samuel Chen. Please come to room 416 during the school day today to collect your prize.

Today we will be conducting an Emergency Evacuation and the regularly scheduled Go Home Drill. The evacuation will occur around 1:25 by PA Announcement. Students are reminded to bring their belongings and their coats to their 9th period class as you will not be allowed to return to the building unless you have afterschool practice or games.

Club Happenings:

Ski Club packets are now available outside room 207 and in the Main Office.  Signups will take place on Wednesday, November 30.

Class News:

Student Info:

It’s that time of year again and everyone is getting into the Holiday Spirit.  This year the Spackenkill Teachers’ Association is sponsoring a Toys for Tots drive which will brighten the holidays for thousands of deserving children in Dutchess County. If you would like to participate in this program please bring to school a NEW UNWRAPPED toy.  A box will be in the main office until Wednesday, DECEMBER 14th.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Brockport at 9:30 on Monday November 28th in the Guidance office.

Monday, November 21, 2016 –Even Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

The next FAIHR meeting will be on today after school in Room 212. We will be discussing plans for the upcoming Human Rights Day. New members are welcome.

Malainy Williams from the Class of 2016 will be here at 12:00 today to talk about Colgate

Congratulations to Friday's French trivia winner, Samuel Chen. Please come to room 416 during the school day today to collect your prize.

Student Info:

It’s that time of year again and everyone is getting into the Holiday Spirit.  This year the Spackenkill Teachers’ Association is sponsoring a Toys for Tots drive which will brighten the holidays for thousands of deserving children in Dutchess County. If you would like to participate in this program please bring to school a NEW UNWRAPPED toy.  A box will be in the main office until Wednesday, DECEMBER 14th.

 

 

Friday, November 18, 2016 –Even Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

It’s National French Week, and it’s the last day for French Spirit Week here at Spack! Today is French T-Shirt Day, so be on the lookout for lots of French writing on clothing! The French Club would like to say MERCI to everyone who participated throughout the week to make National French Week such a fun event.

Attention all students going on the trip to France in the spring: There will be a mandatory information session after school today with Mrs. Stathidis in room 416.

Any Students interested in joining computer club see Ms Baker in room 109 to sign up! There will be a brief meeting after school today.

Club Happenings:

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Monday, November 21st after school in Room 212. We will be discussing plans for the upcoming Human Rights Day. New members are welcome.

Class News:

Stuff the Bus: November 9th -21st. Please bring in non-perishable food items so we can help feed the hungry this Thanksgiving. Drop off items in your class advisors' rooms. The class that brings in the most items over 100 minimum items will get $100, so check the bulletin board by the main staircase for updates

Student Info:

All students can now access their portal accounts by using the same log in and password they use for network and Google log in.

College Visits:

Malainy Williams from the Class of 2016 will be here at 12:00 on Monday, November 21st to talk about Colgate

Thursday, November 17, 2016 –Odd Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Its National French week and Today is Dress like the French Day.

Science Olympiad Team Meeting this Thursday 11/17 at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be reviewing the schedule and working on events for the Invitational.  All members must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts.

Top scorers on the New York Math League contest are as follows: 5 points: Vincent Li, Anshuman Swain

4 points: Jeana Chun, Karthik Dusi, Zachary Johnsonl, Yan Lok Ko, Rachel Li, Leah Mozeshtam, Robby Waxman​

There will be a representative from University of Scranton at 8:15 on Thursday in the Guidance office.

Club Happenings:

Attention all students going on the trip to France in the spring: There will be a mandatory information session after school on Friday 11/18 with Mrs. Stathidis in room 416.

The Photography club is hosting a photo challenge themed “Thankful” Please submit 3 photos by Nov 17th to spackphotograhyclub@gmail.com and best pictures will be displayed on our bulletin board located in the 400 wing and on our instagram page.

Any Students interested in joining computer club see Ms Baker in room 109 to sign up! There will be a brief meeting after school this Friday.

Class News:

Stuff the Bus: November 9th -21st. Please bring in non-perishable food items so we can help feed the hungry this Thanksgiving. Drop off items in your class advisors' rooms. The class that brings in the most items over 100 minumum items will get $100, so check the bulletin board by the main staircase for updates

Student Info:

All students can now access their portal accounts by using the same log in and password they use for network and Google log in.

College Visits:

Malainy Williams from the Class of 2016 will be here at 12:00 on Monday, November 21st to talk about Colgate

Wednesday, November 16, 2016 –Even Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Its National French week and Today is Blue, White, and Red Day. Stop by room 416 for a France awareness pin or ribbon. 

The DUSO contest is today. Be there at 3:15.

Tomorrow, November 17 is the Great American Smoke Out.  All smokers are urged to give up cigarettes, electronic cigarettes and any other forms of nicotine or tobacco for the entire day.  Maybe giving it up for one day will show you that you can give it up for good.  Take the first step toward better heath and join in the Smoke Out.

Club Happenings:

Attention all students going on the trip to France in the spring: There will be a mandatory information session after school on Friday 11/18 with Mrs. Stathidis in room 416.

Science Olympiad Team Meeting this Thursday 11/17 at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be reviewing the schedule and working on events for the Invitational.  All members must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts.

The Photography club is hosting a photo challenge themed “Thankful” Please submit 3 photos by Nov 17th to spackphotograhyclub@gmail.com and best pictures will be displayed on our bulletin board located in the 400 wing and on our instagram page.

Any Students interested in joining computer club see Ms Baker in room 109 to sign up! There will be a brief meeting after school this Friday.

Class News:

Stuff the Bus: November 9th -21st. Please bring in non-perishable food items so we can help feed the hungry this Thanksgiving. Drop off items in your class advisors' rooms. The class that brings in the most items over 100 minumum items will get $100, so check the bulletin board by the main staircase for updates

Student Info:

All students can now access their portal accounts by using the same log in and password they use for network and Google log in.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from University of Scranton at 8:15 on Thursday in the Guidance office.

Malainy Williams from the Class of 2016 will be here at 12:00 on Monday, November 21st to talk about Colgate

 

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 –Odd Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Club picture and picture retake day will be Today.  See schedule posted outside of guidance and the front office

Any junior interested in being on the junior prom committee, please come to our first meeting today at 2:10 in room 115.  All juniors are welcome to join to help make our junior prom an amazing event!

Its National French week and Today is Mardi Gras Day! Stop by room 416 for beads or a masquerade mask.

There will be a Yearbook Club meeting today afterschool in rm 113

There will be a special Leo Club meeting today at 2:10 in room 317 to write Holiday cards to our military service members overseas and to prepare for adopt a family on .  All are welcome

The NYML contest will be held today after school, in Room 112.

There will be a representative from Manhattanville at 11:15 today in the Guidance office.

Club Happenings:

Attention all students going on the trip to France in the spring: There will be a mandatory information session after school on Friday 11/18 with Mrs. Stathidis in room 416.

The next DUSO contest is on Wednesday, November 16.  Be sure and sign up next to Ms. Pupko's room if you plan to attend.  New members are welcome

Science Olympiad Team Meeting this Thursday 11/17 at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be reviewing the schedule and working on events for the Invitational.  All members must attend or see Ms. Prisco or Ms. Matts.

The Photography club is hosting a photo challenge themed “Thankful” Please submit 3 photos by Nov 17th to spackphotograhyclub@gmail.com and best pictures will be displayed on our bulletin board located in the 400 wing and on our instagram page.

Any Students interested in joining computer club see Ms Baker in room 109 to sign up!

Class News:

Stuff the Bus: November 9th -21st. Please bring in non-perishable food items so we can help feed the hungry this Thanksgiving. Drop off items in your class advisors' rooms. The class that brings in the most items over 100 minumum items will get $100, so check the bulletin board by the main staircase for updates

Student Info:

All students can now access their portal accounts by using the same log in and password they use for network and Google log in.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from University of Scranton at 8:15 on Thursday in the Guidance office.

Malainy Williams from the Class of 2016 will be here at 12:00 on Monday, November 21st to talk about Colgate

Monday, November 14, 2016 –Even Day

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

As of today all students will be able to access their portal accounts by using the same log in and password they use for network and Google log in.

Congratulations to the Mathematics Team on their performance at the ASMA mathematics contest: Perfect score of 7: Zachary Johnson, Anya Justin, Vincent Li, Cynthia Ma, Anubhav Shankar, Robby Waxman, Andrew Wu. 6 points: Jeana Chun, Karthik Dusi, Rachel Li, Jeremy Webster. 5 points: Samuel Chen, Sharon Devlin, Isaiah Mercer, Jacob Moore, Andrew Schaefer, Anshuman Swain.

There will be a representative from SUNY Geneseo at 11:00 today in the Guidance office.

Club Happenings:

Yearbook meeting on Tuesday after school in room 113

The next NYML contest will be held Tuesday, November 15, after school, in Room 112.

The next DUSO contest is on Wednesday, November 16.  Be sure and sign up next to Ms. Pupko's room if you plan to attend.  New members are welcome

There will be a special Leo Club meeting Tuesday November 15th at 2:10 in room 317 to write Holiday cards to our military service members overseas and to prepare for adopt a family on .  All are welcome.  Please sign up for this activity and others happening this month on the Leo Club board.

Any Students interested in joining computer club see Ms Baker in room 109 to sign up!

The Photography club is hosting a photo challenge themed “Thankful” Please submit 3 photos by Nov 17th to spackphotograhyclub@gmail.com and best pictures will be displayed on our bulletin board located in the 400 wing and on our instagram page.

Class News:

Any junior interested in being on the junior prom committee, please come to our first meeting on Tuesday November 15th at 2:10 in room 115.  All juniors are welcome to join to help make our junior prom an amazing event!

Stuff the Bus: November 9th -21st. Please bring in non-perishable food items so we can help feed the hungry this Thanksgiving. Drop off items in your class advisors' rooms. The class that brings in the most items over 100 minumum items will get $100, so check the bulletin board by the main staircase for updates

Student Info:

Club picture and picture retake day will be November 15th.  See schedule posted outside of guidance and the front office

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Manhattanville at 11:15 on Tuesday in the Guidance office.

Malainy Williams from the Class of 2016 will be here at 12:00 on Monday, November 21st to talk about Colgate

Thursday, November 10, 2016 – Odd Day 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Tomorrow being Veteran's Day we would like to take the time to thank those who have served and continue to serve this country. We would also like to remember our 'Blue Star' and 'Gold Star' military families and thank them for their sacrifice and generosity. We want them to know that are a part of our community.

The esports club will be having a tournament today after school in the cafeteria. All are welcome to attend.

There will be a mandatory French Club meeting today after school at 2:05 in room 416 to discuss National French Week events and our upcoming Crepe Day party. French Club is open to all students and new members are welcome

There will be a representative from Pace University at 11:30 and Manhattan College at 1:00 today in the Guidance office.

Club Happenings:

The next NYML contest will be held Tuesday, November 15, after school, in Room 112.

The next DUSO contest is on Wednesday, November 16.  Be sure and sign up next to Ms. Pupko's room if you plan to attend.  New members are welcome

There will be a special Leo Club meeting to write Holiday cards to our military service members overseas and to prepare for adopt a family on Tuesday November 15th at 2:10 in room 317.  All are welcome.  Please sign up for this activity and others happening this month on the Leo Club board.

Any Students interested in joining computer club see Ms Baker in room 109 to sign up!

The Photography club is hosting a photo challenge themed “Thankful” Please submit 3 photos by Nov 17th to spackphotograhyclub@gmail.com and best pictures will be displayed on our bulletin board located in the 400 wing and on our instagram page.

Class News:

Any junior interested in being on the junior prom committee, please come to our first meeting on Tuesday November 15th at 2:10 in room 115.  All juniors are welcome to join to help make our junior prom an amazing event!

Stuff the Bus: November 9th -21st. Please bring in non-perishable food items so we can help feed the hungry this Thanksgiving. Drop off items in your class advisors' rooms. The class that brings in the most items over 100 minumum items will get $100, so check the bulletin board by the main staircase for updates

Student Info:

As of November 14th all students will be able to access their portal accounts by using the same log in and password they use for network and Google log in.

Picture re-take day for all underclassmen will be November 15th location to be determined please go during your free periods

College Visits:

There will be a representative from SUNY Geneseo at 11:00 on Monday in the Guidance office.

 

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 –Even Day 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a representative from Castleton University at 12 in the Guidance office.

Club Happenings:

The esports club will be having a tournament Tomorrow after school in the cafeteria. All are welcome to attend

The next NYML contest will be held Tuesday, November 15, after school, in Room 112.

There will be a mandatory French Club meeting on Wednesday 11/9 after school at 2:05 in room 416 to discuss National French Week events and our upcoming Crepe Day party. French Club is open to all students and new members are welcome

The next DUSO contest is on Wednesday, November 16.  Be sure and sign up next to Ms. Pupko's room if you plan to attend.  New members are welcome

There will be a special Leo Club meeting on Tuesday November 15th at 2:10 in room 317 to write Holiday cards to our military service members overseas and to prepare for adopt a family.  All are welcome.  Please sign up for this activity and others happening this month on the Leo Club board.

Any Students interested in joining Computer Club see Ms Baker in room 109 to sign up!

Class News:

Any junior interested in being on the junior prom committee, please come to our first meeting on Tuesday November 15th at 2:10 in room 115.  All juniors are welcome to join to help make our junior prom an amazing event!

Stuff the Bus: November 9-18. Please bring in non-perishable food items so we can help feed the hungry this Thanksgiving. Drop off items in your class adviser's rooms. Faculty will also have a box in the faculty room. The class that brings in the most items over 100 minimum items will get $100, so check the bulletin board by the main staircase for updates

Student Info:

 As of November 14th all students will be able to access their portal accounts by using the same log in and password they use for network and Google log in.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Pace University at 11:30 and Manattan College at 1:00 on Thursday in the Guidance office.

Monday, November 7, 2016 –Odd Day 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Library will be closed today for the P.I.G. class elections.

FAIHR meeting is today after school in Room 212. FAIHR is Spackenkill's human rights club. New members are welcome.

There will be a representative from The University of Albany at 9:30 today in the Guidance office

Club Happenings:

The next NYML contest will be held Tuesday, November 15, after school, in Room 112.

The next DUSO contest is on Wednesday, November 16.  Be sure and sign up next to Ms. Pupko's room if you plan to attend.  New members are welcome

There will be a mandatory French Club meeting on Wednesday 11/9 after school at 2:05 in room 416 to discuss National French Week events and our upcoming Crepe Day party. French Club is open to all students and new members are welcome

Class News:

Any junior interested in being on the junior prom committee, please come to our first meeting on Tuesday November 15th at 2:10 in room 115.  All juniors are welcome to join to help make our junior prom an amazing event!

Student Info:

 As of November 14th all students will be able to access their portal accounts by using the same log in and password they use for network and Google log in.

 

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Castleton University at 12 on Wednesday in the Guidance office.

Thursday, November 3, 2016 –Odd Day 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a representative from Keystone at 9am and HOFSTRA at 1:15 Today in the Guidance office.

There is a mandatory meeting for all boys trying out for varsity and jv basketball today at 6:30pm…open gym will follow the meeting from 7 to 8:30.

There will a meeting today after school in room 113 to plan the Seniors in the City trip and the Senior Auction, all are welcome

There will be a meeting for any student interested in finding out more about creating an OM Team today after school in room 306

10th grade students that are participating in the Model UN trip to Vassar College on Monday November 7th, there will be a brief meeting after school Today in room 214

Attention Mathematics Team! The ASMA contest is today after school in rm 112. New members are welcome.

The School Store is having a mandatory meeting today at 2:10pm in room 218.  We will be cleaning up the store!

Debate Club meeting will be today at 2:10pm, in room 218

Club Happenings:

The next FAIHR meeting is on Monday, November 7th after school in Room 212. FAIHR is Spackenkill's human rights club. New members are welcome.

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

College Visits:

There will be a representative from VASSAR at 8:30am and EMMANUEL at 1:00 Friday in the Guidance office.

 

Wednesday, November 2, 2016 –Even Day 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a representative from University of Buffalo at 12 in the Guidance office Today

Student Government Meeting will take place at 2:10 sharp today in Room 218.  All class and club presidents and reps should attend.

Club Happenings:

There will be a meeting for any student interested in finding out more about creating an OM Team on Thursday after school in room 306

10th grade students that are participating in the Model UN trip to Vassar College on Monday November 7th, there will be a brief meeting after school in room 214 on Thursday. Please see Mr. Boenig if you have any questions. 

​Attention Mathematics Team! The next ASMA contest is Thursday, Nov. 3.  New members are welcome.

Debate Club meeting will be held on Thursday Nov 3rd at 2:10pm, in room 218

The School Store will have a mandatory meeting on Thursday Nov 3rd at 2:10pm in room 218.  We will be cleaning up the store!

The next FAIHR meeting is on Monday, November 7th after school in Room 212. FAIHR is Spackenkill's human rights club. New members are welcome.

 

Class News:

Juniors:  We are selling candy as a fundraiser.  For EVERY full box of candy you sell, you will receive $10 off your junior prom ticket!!  See Mrs. Lynch to get your box ASAP!!  You can even send the box to work with a parent for them to sell at their workplace!!

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Keystone at 9am and HOFSTRA at 1:15 Thursday in the Guidance office.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016 –ODD DAY

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a representative from Sacred Heart at 9:00 am in the Guidance office Today

Club Happenings:

10th grade students that are participating in the Model UN trip to Vassar College on Monday November 7th, there will be a brief meeting after school in room 214 on Thursday. Please see Mr. Boenig if you have any questions. 

​Attention Mathematics Team! The next ASMA contest has been moved to Thursday, Nov. 3.  New members are welcome.

Debate Club meeting will be held on Thursday Nov 3rd at 2:10pm, in room 218

The School Store will have a mandatory meeting on Thursday Nov 3rd at 2:10pm in room 218.  We will be cleaning up the store!

Class News:

Juniors:  We are selling candy as a fundraiser.  For EVERY full box of candy you sell, you will receive $10 off your junior prom ticket!!  See Mrs. Lynch to get your box ASAP!!  You can even send the box to work with a parent for them to sell at their workplace!!

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

College Visits:

There will be a representative from University of Buffalo at 12:00 Wednesday in the Guidance office.

Spartan Sports:

 

Monday, October 31, 2016 –EVEN DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a representative from Skidmore at 8:20 in the Guidance office Today

Club Happenings:

10th grade students that are participating in the Model UN trip to Vassar College on Monday November 7th, there will be a brief meeting after school in room 214 on Thursday. Please see Mr. Boenig if you have any questions. 

​Attention Mathematics Team! The next ASMA contest has been moved to Thursday, Nov. 3.  New members are welcome.

Debate Club meeting will be held on Thursday Nov 3rd at 2:10pm, in room 218

The School Store will have a mandatory meeting on Thursday Nov 3rd at 2:10pm in room 218.  We will be cleaning up the store!

Class News:

Juniors:  We are selling candy as a fundraiser.  For EVERY full box of candy you sell, you will receive $10 off your junior prom ticket!!  See Mrs. Lynch to get your box ASAP!!  You can even send the box to work with a parent for them to sell at their workplace!!

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Sacred Heart at 9:00 am Tuesday in the Guidance office.

Spartan Sports:

 

Friday, October 28, 2016 –ODD DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a GSA Meeting today at 2:10 in room 112.  New members are welcome.  If you have any questions see Ms. Huczel or Ms. Pupko.

Spack on stage presents The Haunted Theatre tonight in the Auditorium from 7-10pm. “Once you enter the Slaughter house, you’ll never escape!” Admission is only $5

Zombie Fest will be held this Saturday, at Spackenkill High School in the lower parking lot. The first walking tour departs at 6:30 pm and the last will leave at 7:30 pm.  Other spooky activities will be available as well.  The cost is only $5 and proceeds benefit Leo Club's Adopt-a-Family Program.  

There will be a representative from Kings College at 8:15 in the Guidance office Today

Class News:

Juniors:  We are selling candy as a fundraiser.  For EVERY full box of candy you sell, you will receive $10 off your junior prom ticket!!  See Mrs. Lynch to get your box ASAP!!  You can even send the box to work with a parent for them to sell at their workplace!!

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

Thursday, October 27, 2016 –EVEN DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a representative from St. Lawrence at 8am and SUNY Canton at 9am in the Guidance office Today

Science Olympiad Team meeting today after school at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be working on events and having liquid nitrogen ice cream fun!

Club Happenings:

There will be a GSA Meeting on Friday, October 28 at 2:10 in room 112.  New members are welcome.  If you have any questions see Ms. Huczel or Ms. Pupko.

Class News:

Juniors:  We are selling candy as a fundraiser.  For EVERY full box of candy you sell, you will receive $10 off your junior prom ticket!!  See Mrs. Lynch to get your box ASAP!!  You can even send the box to work with a parent for them to sell at their workplace!!

 

Attention all club/class advisors:SGO will be holding its annual club fair on Friday, October 28 during all lunch periods. Please assign a club rep to each lunch period (if a student is available) in order to offer information about your class/club events and activities. If possible, please have your student rep create a flyer or poster board that provides information about your club. This is a great way to increase involvement in your club! If you have any questions please see us! Thanks in advance for your support.

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

 

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Kings College at 8:15 in the Guidance office Today.

Spartan Sports:

Wednesday, October 26, 2016 –EVEN DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

All athletic forms must be submitted to Mrs. Dwyer Today.  Sports physicals are taking place on October 28th.

There will be a representative from Brandies today at 12 in the Guidance office.

Club Happenings:

Science Olympiad Team meeting Thursday after school at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be working on events and having liquid nitrogen ice cream fun!

There will be a GSA Meeting on Friday, October 28 at 2:10 in room 112.  New members are welcome.  If you have any questions see Ms. Huczel or Ms. Pupko.

Class News:

Juniors:  We are selling candy as a fundraiser.  For EVERY full box of candy you sell, you will receive $10 off your junior prom ticket!!  See Mrs. Lynch to get your box ASAP!!  You can even send the box to work with a parent for them to sell at their workplace!!

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

College Visits:

There will be a representative from St. Lawrence at 8am and SUNY Canton at 9am in the Guidance office on Thursday Oct. 27th

 

 

 

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 –ODD DAY

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Chess Club meets today after school in room 421.

The Leo Club Zombie Fest Subcommittee for survivor tour leaders is today at 2:10 in the Guidance and Counseling office.  All interested should come to the meeting ready to brain storm.

There will be a mandatory French Club meeting today at 2:10 to discuss upcoming fundraisers and plan for National French Week.

The sophomore class is holding a fundraiser at Cosimo's today. Dine in or take out lunch and/or dinner at Cosimo’s and simply mention “Spack” when you order, and 20% of your bill will go to the class of 2019!

The Junior class is holding fundraiser at Hurricane Grill and Wings today. Bring the flyer located on the HS webpage under the fundraiser blog and 15% of your bill will go to the class of 2018!

Club Happenings:

There will be a GSA Meeting on Friday, October 28 at 2:10 in room 112.  New members are welcome.  If you have any questions see Ms. Huczel or Ms. Pupko.

Class News:

Juniors:  We are selling candy as a fundraiser.  For EVERY full box of candy you sell, you will receive $10 off your junior prom ticket!!  See Mrs. Lynch to get your box ASAP!!  You can even send the box to work with a parent for them to sell at their workplace!!

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Brandies at 12 in the Guidance office on Wed Oct. 26th

Spartan Sports:

All athletic forms must be submitted to Mrs. Dwyer no later than Wednesday.  Sports physicals are taking place on October 28th."  

 

 

Monday, October 24, 2016 –ODD DAY

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a representative from Mt. St. Mary at 10:30 in the Guidance office today.

Club Happenings:

There will be a GSA Meeting on Friday, October 28 at 2:10 in room 112.  New members are welcome.  If you have any questions see Ms. Huczel or Ms. Pupko.

Class News:

Any students interested in forming Spackenkill's Ski & Snowboard Club for this year should come to an organizational meeting on Monday, October 24 in room 207 at 2:15. We will hold elections at that time.

The sophomore class is holding a fundraiser at Cosimo's on Tuesday, October 25. Dine in or take out lunch and/or dinner at Cosimo’s and simply mention “Spack” when you order, and 20% of your bill will go to the class of 2019!

The Junior class is holding fundraiser at Hurricane Grill and Wings on Tuesday, October 25. Bring the flyer located on the HS webpage under the fundraiser blog and 15% of your bill will go to the class of 2018!

Juniors:  We are selling candy as a fundraiser.  For EVERY full box of candy you sell, you will receive $10 off your junior prom ticket!!  See Mrs. Lynch to get your box ASAP!!  You can even send the box to work with a parent for them to sell at their workplace!!

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Brandies at 12 in the Guidance office on Wed Oct. 26th

Spartan Sports:

All athletic forms must be submitted to Mrs. Dwyer no later than Wednesday.  Sports physicals are taking place on October 28th."  

 

 

Friday, October 21, 2016 –Even DAY

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a representative from UCONN at 11:00 and Marist at 12:30 in the Guidance office today.

Mr. Aagaards Health classes will be meeting in room 109 every day this week.   

The Spackenkill PTAs are hosting a HOOPLA fundraiser tomorrow Saturday Oct. 22 from 12-9:30. Come enjoy a tasty treat as you support our PTAs!

Club Happenings:

The next Mathematics Team practice is this Friday after school in Room 112.  New members are welcome.

The mandatory meeting for all club and class treasurers is Friday, October 21st, at 2:10 in room 110 with Mrs. Hourahan.  All advisors are welcome to come. 

Class News:

Seniors who have ordered the 2017 panoramic, may pick them up in the guidance office

The sophomore class is holding a fundraiser at Cosimo's on Tuesday, October 25. Dine in or take out lunch and/or dinner at Cosimo’s and simply mention “Spack” when you order, and 20% of your bill will go to the class of 2019!

Juniors:  We are selling candy as a fundraiser.  For EVERY full box of candy you sell, you will receive $10 off your junior prom ticket!!  See Mrs. Lynch to get your box ASAP!!  You can even send the box to work with a parent for them to sell at their workplace!!

The junior car wash is cancelled on Saturday due to the weather forecast.

Student Info:

The 6-12 secondary PTSA is collecting box tops.  Please bring in your box tops and help support the PTSA.  A collection box is located in the main office.  

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Mt. St. Mary’s at 10:30 in the Guidance office on Monday Oct. 24th

Spartan Sports:

If you missed Winter sports signups on Friday you can sign up any time this week in the athletic office. 

All athletic forms must be submitted to Mrs. Dwyer no later than Wednesday.  Sports physicals are taking place on October 28th."  

 

 

Thursday, October 20, 2016 –ODD DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

The Red Cross blood drive will take place in the gym today from 8 to 2. 

Any 10th grade students looking to participate in the Model UN trip to Vassar College on November 7th, this is the last call to hand in permission slips to Mr. Boenig. Students who do not get their slips in by today, will not be able to attend. 

Mr. Aagaards Health classes will be meeting in room 109 every day this week.   

Club Happenings:

The next Mathematics Team practice is this Friday after school in Room 112.  New members are welcome.

The mandatory meeting for all club and class treasurers is Friday, October 21st, at 2:10 in room 110 with Mrs. Hourahan.  All advisors are welcome to come. 

Class News:

Seniors who have ordered the 2017 panoramic, may pick them up in the guidance office

The sophomore class is holding a fundraiser at Cosimo's on Tuesday, October 25. Dine in or take out lunch and/or dinner at Cosimo’s and simply mention “Spack” when you order, and 20% of your bill will go to the class of 2019!

College Visits:

There will be a representative from UCONN at 11:00 and Marist at 12:30 in the Guidance office on Friday, October 21st

Spartan Sports:

If you missed Winter sports signups on Friday you can sign up any time this week in the athletic office. 

All athletic forms must be submitted to Mrs. Dwyer no later than Wednesday.  Sports physicals are taking place on October 28th."  

 

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 –EVEN DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

The Students Against Destructive Decisions Club will meet today at 2:10 in the nurse's office.  If you are interested in making a positive change here at Spack please come to our meeting.  All are welcome.

There will be SGO meeting today @ 215 in room 215

Mr. Aagaards Health classes will be meeting in room 109 every day this week.   

Spackenkill football team is holding a fundraiser dinner tonight at Buffalo Wild Wings. Proceeds from your meal go to the football team. Please come out and show your support! 

Esports Club will meet today after school in room 218.

Club Happenings:

Any 10th grade students looking to participate in the Model UN trip to Vassar College onNovember 7th, this is the last call to hand in permission slips to Mr. Boenig. Students who do not get their slips in by Thursday the 20th, will not be able to attend. 

The next Mathematics Team practice is this Friday after school in Room 112.  New members are welcome.

There will be a junior car wash this Saturday, Oct 22  from 9-1 in the HS parking lot.  Please sign up for a shift on Mrs.Stong's door!

The mandatory meeting for all club and class treasurers is Friday, October 21st, at 2:10 in room 110 with Mrs. Hourahan.  All advisors are welcome to come. 

Student Info:

Congratulations to the following top scorers on the first New York Math League Contest: Andrew Wu had a perfect score of 6 Vincent Li, Leah Mozeshtam and Anubhav Shankar each scored 5 Mahmoud Almady, Jeana Chun, Robby Waxman and Jeremy Webster each scored 4

The Red Cross blood drive will take place in the gym on Thursday, October 20 from 8 to 2.  Every pint of blood that is donated can save up to three lives. If you are 16 or older you can sign up to save a life.  Any student who would like to help at the blood drive during their free periods should see Mrs. Dwyer.  Please sign up on the door to the nurse's office.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from UCONN at 11:00 and Marist at 12:30 in the Guidance office on Friday, October 21st

Spartan Sports:

If you missed Winter sports signups on Friday you can sign up any time this week in the athletic office. 

Tuesday, October 18, 2016 –ODD DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Mr. Aagaards Health classes will be meeting in room 109 every day this week.   

Chess Club meets today after school in room 421.

The mathematics contest is today after school in room 112.  New members are welcome.

There will be a representative from U of Delaware at 8:00 and U of Chicago at 10:30 in the Guidance office today.

Club Happenings:

The Students Against Destructive Decisions Club will meet on Wednesday at 2:10 in the nurse's office.  If you are interested in making a positive change here at Spack please come to our meeting.  All are welcome.

There will be SGO meeting Wednesday October 19 @ 215 in room 215

There will be a junior car wash next Saturday, Oct 22  from 9-1 in the HS parking lot.  Please sign up for a shift on Mrs.Stong's door!

The mandatory meeting for all club and class treasurers is Friday, October 21st, at 2:10 in room 110 with Mrs. Hourahan.  All advisors are welcome to come. 

Student Info:

The Red Cross blood drive will take place in the gym on Thursday, October 20 from 8 to 2.  Every pint of blood that is donated can save up to three lives. If you are 16 or older you can sign up to save a life.  Any student who would like to help at the blood drive during their free periods should see Mrs. Dwyer.  Please sign up on the door to the nurse's office.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from UCONN at 11:00 and Marist at 12:30 in the Guidance office on Friday, October 21st

Spartan Sports:

If you missed Winter sports signups on Friday you can sign up any time this week in the athletic office. 

Spackenkill football team is holding a fundraiser dinner night at Buffalo Wild Wings on Wednesday Oct. 19.Proceeds from your meal go to the football team. Please come out and show your support! 


Monday, October 17, 2016 –Even DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

FAIHR meeting is today after school in Room 212. New members are welcome.FAIHR is Spackenkill's human rights club.

There will be a representative from SUNY Purchase at 11:00 and Plymouth State at 12:45 in the Guidance office on Monday, October 17th.

Congratulations to the high scorers on the first American Scholastic Mathematics contest: Rachel Li and Cynthia Ma - perfect scores Zachary Johnson, Vincent Li, Andrew Wu scored 6 points, Jena Chun, Anya Justin, Leah Mozeshtam scored 5 five points

Club Happenings:

Attention Math Team: The next mathematics contest is on Tuesday, Oct. 18.  New members are welcome.

The Students Against Destructive Decisions Club will meet on Wednesday at 2:10 in the nurse's office.  If you are interested in making a positive change here at Spack please come to our meeting.  All are welcome.

There will be a junior class meeting for all officers and SGO reps on Wed, Oct 19th in room 115 after school to discuss the car wash, candy sale, and Hurricane's fundraiser.

There will be a junior car wash next Saturday, Oct 22  from 9-1 in the HS parking lot.  Please sign up for a shift on Mrs.Stong's door!

The mandatory meeting for all club and class treasurers is Friday, October 21st, at 2:10 in room 110 with Mrs. Hourahan.  All advisors are welcome to come. 

Student Info:

The Red Cross blood drive will take place in the gym on Thursday, October 20 from 8 to 2.  Every pint of blood that is donated can save up to three lives. If you are 16 or older you can sign up to save a life.  Any student who would like to help at the blood drive during their free periods should see Mrs. Dwyer.  Please sign up on the door to the nurse's office.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from U of Delaware at 8:00 and U of Chicago at 10:30 in the Guidance office on Tuesday.

Spartan Sports:

If you missed Winter sports signups on Friday you can sign up any time this week in the athletic office. 

Spackenkill football team is holding a fundraiser dinner night at Buffalo Wild Wings on Wednesday oct. 19. Proceeds from your meal go to the football team. Please come out and show your support! 


Friday, October 14, 2016 –ODD DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a photography club meeting after school today in room 418.

10th grade students interested in participating in the Model UN at Vassar College on November 7th, permission slips are due to Mr. Boenig today.

There will be a representative from St. Boneventure @ 11 and RIP @12:30 today in the Guidance Office.

Club Happenings:

The Students Against Destructive Decisions Club will meet on Wednesday at 2:10 in the nurse's office.  If you are interested in making a positive change here at Spack please come to our meeting.  All are welcome.

There will be a junior class meeting for all officers and SGO reps on Wed, Oct 19th in room 115 after school to discuss the car wash, candy sale, and Hurricane's fundraiser.

There will be a junior car wash next Saturday, Oct 22  from 9-1 in the HS parking lot.  Please sign up for a shift on Mrs.Stong's door!

The next FAIHR meeting is on Monday, October 17th after school in Room 212. New members are welcome. FAIHR is Spackenkill's human rights club.

The mandatory meeting for all club and class treasurers is rescheduled for Friday, October 21st, at 2:10 in room 110 with Mrs. Hourahan.  All advisors are welcome to come.  All clubs and classes must submit your treasurers' names to Mrs. Hourahan no later than October 13th.  

Class News:

Yearbooks are on sale for the reduced price of $70 until October 15th after that date the price will increase, order now.

Student Info:

The Red Cross blood drive will take place in the gym on Thursday, October 20 from 8 to 2.  Every pint of blood that is donated can save up to three lives. If you are 16 or older you can sign up to save a life.  Any student who would like to help at the blood drive during their free periods should see Mrs. Dwyer.  Please sign up on the door to the nurse's office.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from SUNY Purchase at 11:00 and Plymouth State at 12:45 in the Guidance office on Monday, October 17th.

Spartan Sports:

Winter sports signups will take place on Friday, Oct. 14th during all lunch periods. You can sign up any time after the 14th in the athletic office. 

Spackenkill football team is holding a fundraiser dinner night at Buffalo Wild Wings on Wednesday oct. 19.

Proceeds from your meal go to the football team. Please come out and show your support! 

Congratulations go out to Captain Erik Stauderman, Captain Ryan Ackert, Zach Cioffi and Ryan Lo of the Spackenkill Golf Team who qualified for the spring sectional tournament at the Apple Greens Golf Course today. Of the 48 golfers that competed in the event, Spackenkill took 4 of the 20 qualifying positions and 2 of the top 10 medals

Thursday, October 13, 2016 –EVEN DAY

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

The first American Scholastic Mathematics Association contest will be held today after school in Room 112. 

Club Happenings:

Reminder to all 10th grade students that were interested in participating in the Model UN at Vassar College on November 7th, permission slips are due to Mr. Boenig this Friday.

The next FAIHR meeting is on Monday, October 17th after school in Room 212. New members are welcome. FAIHR is Spackenkill's human rights club.

The mandatory meeting for all club and class treasurers is rescheduled for Friday, October 21st, at 2:10 in room 110 with Mrs. Hourahan.  All advisors are welcome to come.  All clubs and classes must submit your treasurers' names to Mrs. Hourahan no later than October 13th.  

Class News:

Yearbooks are on sale for the reduced price of $70 until October 15th after that date the price will increase, order now.

The Class of 2019 is hosting its first annual golf tournament, “Swing for Spackenkill Sophomores", at Vassar Golf Course on Saturday, October 15 at 9 am.  Teams of four are encouraged to sign up!   Please see Mrs. Fahy, Mrs. Oakley, or a sophomore class officer for more information.

Student Info:

The Red Cross blood drive will take place in the gym on Thursday, October 20 from 8 to 2.  Every pint of blood that is donated can save up to three lives. If you are 16 or older you can sign up to save a life.  Any student who would like to help at the blood drive during their free periods should see Mrs. Dwyer.  Please sign up on the door to the nurse's office.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from St. Boneventure @ 11 and RIP @12:30 on Friday in the Guidance Office.

Spartan Sports:

Winter sports signups will take place on Friday, Oct. 14th during all lunch periods. You can sign up any time after the 14th in the athletic office. 

Tuesday, October 11, 2016 –ODD DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a representative from URI @ 8:30 and Hartwick @ 9:15 today in the Guidance Office.  Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Club Happenings:

Attention Mathematics Team and anyone else who is interested: The first American Scholastic Mathematics Association contest will be held on Thursday after school in Room 112. 

There will be a mandatory meeting for all club and class treasurers on Tuesday, October 18th, at 2:10 in room 110 with Mrs. Hourahan.  All advisors are welcome to come.  All clubs and classes must submit your treasurers' names to Mrs. Hourahan no later than Oct.13th.  

Class News:

Yearbooks are on sale for the reduced price of $70 until October 15th after that date the price will increase, order now.

The Class of 2019 is hosting its first annual golf tournament, “Swing for Spackenkill Sophomores", at Vassar Golf Course on Saturday, October 15 at 9 am.  Teams of four are encouraged to sign up!   Please see Mrs. Fahy, Mrs. Oakley, or a sophomore class officer for more information.

Student Info:

The Red Cross blood drive will take place in the gym on Thursday, October 20 from 8 to 2.  Every pint of blood that is donated can save up to three lives. If you are 16 or older you can sign up to save a life.  Any student who would like to help at the blood drive during their free periods should see Mrs. Dwyer.  Please sign up on the door to the nurse's office.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from St. Boneventure @ 11 and RIP @12:30 on Friday in the Guidance Office.

Spartan Sports:

Winter sports signups will take place on Friday, Oct. 14th during all lunch periods. You can sign up any time after the 14th in the athletic office. 

Friday, October 7, 2016 –EVEN DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Homecoming dance is tomorrow from 7 to 11 Its going to be a great party, we have a DJ from K104, and a Photo booth! Tickets can be purchased for $10, see Mrs. Stong or Mrs Pisano or buy them at the door for $12 If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Spackenkilll High you must sign up on the sheet in the main office.

There will be a representative from Mt. St. Vincent @ 11:15 in the Guidance Office.  Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Club Happenings:

There will be a mandatory meeting for all club and class treasurers on Monday, October 17th, at 2:10 in room 110 with Mrs. Hourahan.  All advisors are welcome to come.  All clubs and classes must submit your treasurers' names to Mrs. Hourahan no later than Oct.13th.  

Class News:

Yearbooks are on sale for the reduced price of $70 until October 15th after that date the price will increase, order now.

The Class of 2019 is hosting its first annual golf tournament, “Swing for Spackenkill Sophomores", at Vassar Golf Course on Saturday, October 15 at 9 am.  Teams of four are encouraged to sign up!   Please see Mrs. Fahy, Mrs. Oakley, or a sophomore class officer for more information.

It’s that time of year...Please support the teachers and staff as they compete to "pie" their opponent.  All donations go to a charitable organization on behalf of Spackenkill’s Student Government. 

Student Info:

The Red Cross blood drive will take place in the gym on Thursday, October 20 from 8 to 2.  Every pint of blood that is donated can save up to three lives. If you are 16 or older you can sign up to save a life.  Any student who would like to help at the blood drive during their free periods should see Mrs. Dwyer.  Please sign up on the door to the nurse's office.

Spartan Sports:

The Spackenkill golf team won back-to-back MHAL Championships The dedicated efforts by all team members throughout the season truly paid off. Congratulations!

 

Thursday, October 6, 2016 –ODD DAY

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Today is Class Color Day Seniors: Black, Juniors: White, Sophomores: Tie Dye, Freshman: Blue. Friday is Spack Spirit Day-Green and White!!

There will be a general Drama club meeting today 2:15 in the black box. All members’ spring and fall should attend.

Today is the last day to sign up for Pep Rally activities.

Today is the last day to work on hall decorations after school.

There will be a representative from Western Connecticut today at 9:00 in the Guidance office. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Club Happenings:

There will be a mandatory meeting for all club and class treasurers on Monday, October 17th, at 2:10 in room 110 with Mrs. Hourahan.  All advisors are welcome to come.  All clubs and classes must submit your treasurers' names to Mrs. Hourahan no later than Oct.13th.  

Class News:

Yearbooks are on sale for the reduced price of $70 until October 15th after that date the price will increase, order now.

The Class of 2019 is hosting its first annual golf tournament, “Swing for Spackenkill Sophomores", at Vassar Golf Course on Saturday, October 15 at 9 am.  Teams of four are encouraged to sign up!   Please see Mrs. Fahy, Mrs. Oakley, or a sophomore class officer for more information.

Senior Girls sign up for the Powder Puff practice on Mrs. Pisano's door.  You must attend one practice in order to play.

 

It’s that time of year...Please support the teachers and staff as they compete to "pie" their opponent.  All donations go to a charitable organization on behalf of Spackenkill’s Student Government. 

Student Info:

Homecoming dance is on Saturday October 8th from 7 to 11 Its going to be a great party, we have a DJ from K104, and a Photo booth! Tickets can be purchased for $10, see Mrs. Stong or Mrs Pisano or buy them at the door for $12

If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Spackenkilll High you must sign up on the sheet in the main office.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from MT. St. Vincent @ 11:15 Friday in the Guidance Office. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Spartan Sports: 

The golf team will compete today (Thursday) in the MHAL Championship Match at Apple Greens. The golf team won the Championship last year and is hoping to make it 2 in-a-row. Good luck.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016 – EVEN DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Today is Lazy Wednesday (dress down) Thursday is Class Color Day Seniors: Black  Juniors: White  Sophomores: Tie Dye  Freshman: Blue.  Friday is Spack Spirit Day-Green and White!!!

Any 10th grade students that are interested in participating in the Model UN at Vassar College this fall, there will be a meeting in rm 218 after school today to discuss the details of the trip. See Mr. Boenig if you have any questions. 

The Mathematics Team meeting will be held today in room 112.  New members are welcome.

There will be a representative from SUNY Oswego today at 10:30 in the Guidance office.  Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Club Happenings:

There will be a general Drama club meeting on Thursday at 2;15 in the black box. All members’ spring and fall should attend.

Class News:

Yearbooks are on sale for the reduced price of $70 until October 15th after that date the price will increase, order now.

The Class of 2019 is hosting its first annual golf tournament, “Swing for Spackenkill Sophomores", at Vassar Golf Course on Saturday, October 15 at 9 am.  Teams of four are encouraged to sign up!   Please see Mrs. Fahy, Mrs. Oakley, or a sophomore class officer for more information.

Any junior or senior girls interested in playing in the annual Powder Puff game please get a permission slip from your class adviser, Ms Girard, or the main office.  Juniors will practice today and seniors on  Thursday on the football field from 2:10-2:45. You must attend at least one practice and have a signed permission form to be eligible to participate. The game will be on Saturday, October 8 at 4:00 pm. 

Senior Girls sign up for the Powder Puff practice on Mrs. Pisano's door.  You must attend one practice in order to play.

Seniors if you wish to participate in the Pep Rally activities there is a signup sheet on Ms. DeFreest's door. You must sign up by Thursday October 6th to be considered.  

Freshman if you wish to participate in the Pep Rally activities there is a signup sheet on Ms Girard’s door. You must sign up by Thursday October 6th to be considered.  Also we will be staying after every day this week in rm 216 to work on our hall decorations.Come Help!!

It’s that time of year...Please support the teachers and staff as they compete to "pie" their opponent.  All donations go to a charitable organization on behalf of Spackenkill’s Student Government. 

Student Info:

Homecoming dance is on Saturday October 8th from 7 to 11 Its going to be a great party, we have a DJ from K104, and a Photo booth! Tickets can be purchased for $10, see Mrs. Stong or Mrs Pisano or buy them at the door for $12

If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Spackenkilll High you must sign up on the sheet in the main office.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Western Connecticut @ 9:00 on Thursday in the Guidance Office.  Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Spartan Sports:

Girls varsity soccer defeated Ketcham 2-1 yesterday.

Girls cross country defeated:  Marlboro , Highland, Rhinebeck and Coleman 15-45.  Jeana Chun placed first, Beth Jenkins second, and Melissa Common fifth.

Boys cross country defeated Coleman, Rhinebeck, and Highland 28-29, and lost to Marlboro .
 

 

Tuesday, October 4, 2016 – ODD DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Spirit week 2016 begins Today, Twin Day Tuesday!  Show your spirit by participating in the following theme days:

Wednesday: Lazy Wednesday (dress down) Thursday: Class Color Day  Seniors: Black    Juniors: White  Sophomores: Tie Dye   Freshman: Blue Friday: Spack Spirit Day- Green and White!!!

Chess Club is cancelled today.

The FAIHR meeting is today after school in room 212. FAIHR is Spackenkill’s Human Rights Club. New members are welcome!

The deadline for the Spartan baseball hat orders is today. If you're interested in ordering a hat, please see any sophomore officer, Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley. 

There will be a representative from Mercy College at 12:00 in the Guidance office.  Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Club Happenings:

The next Mathematics Team meeting will be held on Wednesday in room 112.  New members are welcome.

Any 10th grade students that are interested in participating in the Model UN at Vassar College this fall, there will be a meeting in Room 218 after school on Wednesday to discuss the details of the trip. See Mr. Boenig if you have any questions. 

Class News:

Yearbooks are on sale for the reduced price of $70 until October 15th after that date the price will increase, order now.

The Class of 2019 is hosting its first annual golf tournament, “Swing for Spackenkill Sophomores", at Vassar Golf Course on Saturday, October 15 at 9 am.  Teams of four are encouraged to sign up!   Please see Mrs. Fahy, Mrs. Oakley, or a sophomore class officer for more information.

Any junior or senior girls interested in playing in the annual Jr/Sr. Flag Football game please get a permission slip from your class adviser, Ms Girard, or the main office.  Juniors will practice on Thursday 9/29 and Wednesday 10/5 and seniors on Tuesday 10/4 and Thursday 10/6 on the football field from 2:10-2:45.  You must attend at least one practice and have a signed permission form to be eligible to participate. The game will be on Saturday, October 8 at 4:00 pm. 

Senior Girls sign up for the Powder Puff practice on Mrs. Pisano's door.  You must attend one practice in order to play.

Seniors if you wish to participate in the Pep Rally activities there is a signup sheet on Ms. DeFreest's door. You must sign up by Thursday October 6th to be considered.  

Student Info:

Homecoming dance is on Saturday October 8th from 7 to 11 Its going to be a great party, we have a DJ from K104, and a Photo booth! Tickets can be purchased for $10, see Mrs. Stong or Mrs Pisano or buy them at the door for $12

Come and dance like a fool!  Be there! If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Spackenkilll High School to the Homecoming Dance you must sign up on the sheet in the main office.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from SUNY Oswego @10:30 on Wednesday in the Guidance Office.  Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Friday, September 30, 2016 – EVEN DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

The GSA will hold a meeting after school today in room 112 to hold elections.  If you wish to hold an office but are unable to attend, please see Ms. Pupko.  New members are welcome!

Sophomores, who signed up to work Saturday's car wash, please arrive at the high school at 8 a.m. Check the remind app for a cancellation if there's rain.  

There will be a representative from the College of St. Rose at 8:00 and Johnson and Wales at 11:15 today in the Guidance office.  Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Club Happenings:

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Tuesday, October 4th after school in room 212. FAIHR is Spackenkill’s Human Rights Club. New members are welcome!

The next Mathematics Team meeting will be held on Wednesday in room 112.  New members are welcome.

Any 10th grade students that are interested in participating in the Model UN at Vassar college this fall, there will be a meeting in Room 218 after school on Wednesday to discuss the details of the trip. See Mr. Boenig if you have any questions. 

Class News:

Spirit week 2016 will begin Tuesday! Show your spirit by participating in the following theme days:Tuesday: Twin Day Tuesday Wednesday: Lazy Wednesday (dress down) Thursday: Class Color Day                                    Seniors: Black    Juniors: White    Sophomores: Tie Dye   Freshman: Blue    Friday: Spack Spirit Day- Green and White!!!

Yearbooks are on sale for the reduced price of $70 until October 15th after that date the price will increase, order now.

The Class of 2019 is hosting its first annual golf tournament, “Swing for Spackenkill Sophomores", at Vassar Golf Course on Saturday, October 15 at 9 am.  Teams of four are encouraged to sign up!   Please see Mrs. Fahy, Mrs. Oakley, or a sophomore class officer for more information.

Any junior or senior girls interested in playing in the annual Jr/Sr. Flag Football game please get a permission slip from your class adviser, Ms Girard, or the main office.  Juniors will practice on Thursday 9/29 and Wednesday 10/5 and seniors on Tuesday 10/4 and Thursday 10/6 on the football field from 2:10-2:45.  You must attend at least one practice and have a signed permission form to be eligible to participate. The game will be on Saturday, October 8 at 4:00 pm. 

Senior Girls sign up for the Powder Puff practice on Mrs. Pisano's door.  You must attend one practice in order to play.

Seniors if you wish to participate in the Pep Rally activities there is a sign up sheet on Ms. DeFreest's door. You must sign up by Thursday October 6th to be considered.  

Student Info:

The deadline for the Spartan basesball hat orders has been extended to Tuesday, October 4.   If you're interested in ordering a hat, please see any sophomore officer, Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley. 

Homecoming dance is on Saturday October 8th from 7 to 11 Its going to be a great party, we have a DJ from K104, and a Photo booth! Tickets can be purchased starting today for $10, see Mrs. Stong or Mrs Pisano or buy them at the door for $12

Come and dance like a fool!  Be there! If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Spackenkilll High School to the Homecoming Dance you must sign up on the sheet in the main office.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Mercy College at 12pm on Tuesday in the Guidance Office.  Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Thursday, September 29, 2016 – ODD DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Jr/Sr flag football (Powder Puff) practice for Junior girls is today at 2:10 on the football field.

Science Olympiad Team meeting is today at 2:10 in MST. We will be reviewing and signing up for competition events.

Club Happenings:

Sophomores, who signed up to work Saturday's car wash, please arrive at the high school at 8 a.m. Check the remind app for a cancellation if there's rain.  

.The GSA will hold a meeting after school on Friday in room 112 to hold elections.  If you wish to hold an office but are unable to

attend, please see Ms. Pupko.  New members are welcome!

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Tuesday, October 4th after school in room 212. FAIHR is Spackenkill’s Human Rights Club. New members are welcome!

Class News:

Spirit week 2016 will begin Tuesday! Show your spirit by participating in the following theme days:Tuesday: Twin Day Tuesday Wednesday: Lazy Wednesday (dress down) Thursday: Class Color DaySeniors: Black    Juniors: White Sophomores: Tie Dye   Freshman: Blue  Friday: Spack Spirit Day- Green and White!!!

The deadline for the Spartan basesball hat orders has been extended to Tuesday, October 4.   If you're interested in ordering a hat, please see any sophomore officer, Mrs. Fahy or Mrs. Oakley. 

Yearbooks are on sale for the reduced price of 70$ until October 15th after that date the price will increase,order now.

The Class of 2019 is hosting its first annual golf tournament, “Swing for Spackenkill Sophomores", at Vassar Golf Course on Saturday, October 15 at 9 am.  Teams of four are encouraged to sign up!   Please see Mrs. Fahy, Mrs. Oakley, or a sophomore class officer for more information.

Any junior or senior girls interested in playing in the annual Jr/Sr. Flag Football game please get a permission slip from your class adviser, Ms Girard, or the main office.  Juniors will practice on Thursday 9/29 and Wednesday 10/5 and seniors on Tuesday 10/4 and Thursday 10/6 on the football field from 2:10-2:45.  You must attend at least one practice and have a signed permission form to be eligible to participate. The game will be on Saturday, October 8 at 4:00 pm. 

Senior Girls sign up for the Powder Puff practice on Mrs. Pisano's door.  You must attend one practice in order to play.

Student Info:

Homecoming dance is on Saturday October 8th from 7 to 11 Its going to be a great party, we have a DJ from K104, and a Photo booth!

Tickets can be purchased starting tomorrow for $10, see Mrs. Stong or Mrs Pisano or buy them at the door for $12

Come and dance like a fool!  Be there! If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Spackenkilll High School to the Homecoming Dance you must sign up on the sheet in the main office.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from the College of St. Rose at 8:00 and Johnson and Wales at 11:15 on Friday.  Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 – EVEN DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

The first SGO meeting is today - we will be taking nominations for SGO officers and discussing spirit week events! All class presidents and SGO representatives are required to attend

There will be a representative from Johns Hopkins today in the guidance office at 1:15. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Club Happenings:

Sophomores signed up to work Saturday's car wash, please arrive at the high school at 8 a.m.  Check the remind app for a cancellation if there's rain.  

The GSA will hold a meeting after school on Friday in room 112 to hold elections.  If you wish to hold an office but are unable to attend, please see Ms. Pupko.  New members are welcome!

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Tuesday, October 4th after school in room 212. FAIHR is Spackenkill’s Human Rights Club. New members are welcome!

Class News:

Yearbooks are on sale for the reduced price of 70$ until October 15th after that date the price will increase,order now.

The Class of 2019 is hosting its first annual golf tournament, “Swing for Spackenkill Sophomores", at Vassar Golf Course on Saturday, October 15 at 9 am.  Teams of four are encouraged to sign up!   Please see Mrs. Fahy, Mrs. Oakley, or a sophomore class officer for more information.

Student Info:

Homecoming dance is on Saturday October 8th from 7 to 11 Its going to be a great party, we have a DJ from K104, and a Photo booth!

Tickets can be purchased in advance for $10, see Mrs. Stong or Mrs Pisano or buy them at the door for $12

Come and dance like a fool!  Be there!

Tuesday, September 27, 2016 – ODD DAY 

 TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a freshman class meeting in room 216 at 2:10 today, September 27.  All officers must attend.  All others are welcome.  

School Store’s first meeting is today at 2:10 in room  218. Anyone interested in earning community service hours while working at the school store please attend.

There will be an Environmental Club Meeting TODAY in rm 317 at 2:10.

There will be a Mathematics Team meeting next Tuesday after school in Room 112.  Bring a new member!

Youth Against Racism club will have its 1st meeting on Tuesday September 27th at 2:10 in Room 214. The club is looking for brand new membership as we start this new school year, so all interested should attend. The Youth Against Racism club attends various  Bias seminars, different fundraising events, and tries to raise Bias awareness  in our own school.  See Mr. DeSouza for more info.

Chess club meets today after school in room 421.

There will be a mandatory French club meeting today at 2:10 in room 416. We will be discussing upcoming fundraisers.

Club Happenings:

The first SGO meeting will be held on tomorrow September 28 - we will be taking nominations for SGO officers and discussing spirit week events! All class presidents and SGO representatives are required to attend.

The GSA will hold a meeting after school on Friday in room 112 to hold elections.  If you wish to hold an office but are unable to attend, please see Ms. Pupko.  New members are welcome!

The next FAIHR meeting will be on Tuesday, October 4th after school in room 212. FAIHR is Spackenkill’s Human Rights Club. New members are welcome!

Class News:

Yearbooks are on sale for the reduced price of 70$ until October 15th after that date the price will increase,

order now.

Seniors you must make an appointment for September 28th if you want a yearbook photo. Call 

1-800-333-2560

Student Info:

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Johns Hopkins on Wednesday in the guidance office at 1:15. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Spartan Sports:

A Mandatory Boys Basketball Meeting will be held Today, September 27th at 2:10 in the gym.  All boys planning on trying out for Varsity and JV Basketball MUST attend this meeting. The meeting will last 10-15 minutes and important information will be given out.

Congratulations to the Spackenkill golf team for winning its 11th straight Division III title! They will play in the MHAL championship next Thursday, October 6th at Apple greens.

Monday, September 26, 2016 – Even DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a mandatory French meeting at 2:10 today to discuss upcoming fundraisers

There will be a representative from SUNY New Paltz today in the guidance office at 10:00. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Club Happenings:

The first SGO meeting will be held on Wednesday September 28 - we will be taking nominations for SGO officers and discussing spirit week events! All class presidents and SGO representatives are required to attend.

Anyone interested in earning community service hours while working at the school store please attend our first meeting on Tuesday Sept 27th at 2:10 in room 218

There will be a Mathematics Team meeting next Tuesday after school in Room 112.  Bring a new member!

Youth Against Racism club will have its 1st meeting on Tuesday September 27th at 2:10 in Room 214. The club is looking for brand new membership as we start this new school year, so all interested should attend. The Youth Against Racism club attends various  Bias seminars, different fundraising events, and tries to raise Bias awareness  in our own school.  See Mr. DeSouza for more info.

Class News:

Yearbooks are on sale for the reduced price of 70$ until October 15th after that date the price will increase, order now

Seniors you must make an appointment for September 28th  if you want a yearbook photo. Call 1-800-333-2560

Seniors all class tee shirt orders must be to Ms. DeFreest or Ms. Pisano by Today.

Student Info:

Yearbooks are on sale for the reduced price of 70$ until October 15th after that date the price will increase, order now

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Suny New Paltz on Monday in the guidance office at 10:00am. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Friday, September 24, 2016 – ODD DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

National Honor Society applications are due in the box in Mrs. Vasely's office today.

There will be a GSA meeting today at 2:10 in room 112.  New members are welcome.  See Ms. Pupko or Ms. Huczel with any questions.

There will an Art and Literary Club meeting today from 2:10-2:45 in room 417.

There will be a representative from Suny Potsdam today in the guidance office at 9:00. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Club Happenings:

Anyone interested in earning community service hours while working at the school store please attend our first meeting on Tuesday Sept 27th at 2:10 in room 218The first SGO meeting will be held on Wednesday September 28 - we will be taking nominations for SGO officers and discussing spirit week events! All class presidents and SGO representatives are required to attend.

There will be a Mathematics Team meeting next Tuesday after school in Room 112.  Bring a new member!

Youth Against Racism club will have its 1st meeting on Tuesday September 27th at 2:10 in Room 214. The club is looking for brand new membership as we start this new school year, so all interested should attend. The Youth Against Racism club attends various  Bias seminars, different fundraising events, and tries to raise Bias awareness  in our own school.  See Mr. DeSouza for more info.

Class News:

Student Info:

There will be a volunteer day at Locust Grove on Sunday, September 25 for all National Honor Society members who did not attend the car wash of who need more volunteer hours. The signup sheet is posted outside Mrs. Tremblay's door. 

High School students are not allowed to visit the Middle school before 3 pm.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Suny New Paltz on Monday in the guidance office at 10:00am. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Thursday, September 22, 2016 – Even DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a representative from Colby Sawyer today in the guidance office at 9:30. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Art Club and the National Art Honor Society will have a meeting today in Room 417 from 2:10 pm to 2:45pm.  New members are encouraged to come! Mr. Romani will respond to any questions or concerns.

The Photography Club will be holding its first meeting after school today in room 418. All interested students are welcome!

Science Olympiad is meeting on Today at 2:10 in the MST room. We will be reviewing the events for this year's competitions and preparing for this Saturday's Car Wash. 

Club Happenings:

The junior class is sponsoring an Ultimate Frisbee tournament this Friday right after school! Come enjoy the nice weather and have some fun with your friends. You can sign up on Mrs. Stong's door (room 113).  You can sign up with a full team of seven or a partial team. The cost is $5 per person to play and $2 a person to watch!  One lucky player will win Mrs. Stong’s cookies!!  See you there!!

There will be a GSA meeting on Friday, September 23 at 2:10 in room 112.  New members are welcome.  See Ms. Pupko or Ms. Huczel with any questions.

There will an Art and Literary Club meeting Friday from 2:10-2:45 in room 417.

There will be a Mathematics Team meeting next Tuesday after school in Room 112.  Bring a new member!

To all candidates for National Honor Society:Your completed applications are due in the box in Mrs. Vasely's office by Friday, September 23. Manila envelopes in which to submit your paperwork are available on the shelves in the main office. Please take one. Reuse. Save a tree.

Youth Against Racism club will have its 1st meeting on Tuesday September 27th at 2:10 in Room 214. The club is looking for brand new membership as we start this new school year, so all interested should attend. The Youth Against Racism club attends various  Bias seminars, different fundraising events, and tries to raise Bias awareness  in our own school.  See Mr. DeSouza for more info.

Student Info:

There will be a volunteer day at Locust Grove on Sunday, September 25 for all National Honor Society members who did not attend the car wash of who need more volunteer hours. The signup sheet is posted outside Mrs. Tremblay's door. 

High School students are not allowed to visit the Middle school before 3 pm.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Suny Potsdam tomorrow in the guidance office at 9:00am. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Wednesday, September 21, 2016 – ODD DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There will be a representative from Bridgeport today in the guidance office at 9:00. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Club Happenings:

The junior class is sponsoring an Ultimate Frisbee tournament this Friday right after school! Come enjoy the nice weather and have some fun with your friends. You can sign up on Mrs. Stong's door (room 113).  You can sign up with a full team of seven or a partial team. The cost is $5 per person to play and $2 a person to watch!  One lucky player will win Mrs. Stong’s cookies!!  See you there!!

The Photography Club will be holding its first meeting after school on Thursday, September 22 in room 418. All interested students are welcome!

There will be a GSA meeting on Friday, September 23 at 2:10 in room 112.  New members are welcome.  See Ms. Pupko or Ms. Huczel with any questions.

Art Club and the National Art Honor Society will have a quick general interest meeting this Thursday, September 22 in Room 417 from 2:10 pm to 2:45pm.  New members are encouraged to come! Mr. Romani will respond to any questions or concerns. There will also be an Art and Literary Club meeting Friday from 2:10-2:45 in room 417.

There will be a Mathematics Team meeting next Tuesday after school in Room 112.  Bring a new member!

To all candidates for National Honor Society:Your completed applications are due in the box in Mrs. Vasely's office by Friday, September 23. Manila envelopes in which to submit your paperwork are available on the shelves in the main office. Please take one. Reuse. Save a tree.

Science Olympiad is meeting on Thursday 9/22 at 2:10 in the MST room. We will be reviewing the events for this year's competitions and preparing for this Saturday's Car Wash. 

Student Info:

There will be a volunteer day at Locust Grove on Sunday, September 25  for all National Honor Society members who did not attend the car wash of who need more volunteer hours. The sign up sheet is posted outside Mrs. Tremblay's door. 

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Colby Sawyer tomorrow in the guidance office at 9:30am. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Tuesday, September 20, 2016 – EVEN DAY 

 TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Chess Club meets today in Room 421

Prospective National Honor Society candidates: there will be a meeting today in the auditorium after school at which you can ask your questions to be able to complete your applications and submit them on time -- Friday, September 23.

Drivers Ed Registrations must be in by Today!

There will be a representative from Bryant College today in the guidance office at 10:00. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Club Happenings:

The junior class is sponsoring an Ultimate Frisbee tournament this Friday right after school! Come enjoy the nice weather and have some fun with your friends. You can sign up on Mrs. Stong's door (room 113).  You can sign up with a full team of seven or a partial team. The cost is $5 per person to play and $2 a person to watch!  One lucky player will win Mrs. Stong’s cookies!!  See you there!!

The Photography Club will be holding its first meeting after school on Thursday, September 22 in room 418. All interested students are welcome!

There will be a GSA meeting on Friday, September 23 at 2:10 in room 112.  New members are welcome.  See Ms. Pupko or Ms. Huczel with any questions.

Art Club and the National Art Honor Society will have a quick general interest meeting this Thursday, September 22 in Room 417 from 2:10 pm to 2:45pm.  New members are encouraged to come! Mr. Romani will respond to any questions or concerns. There will also be an Art and Literary Club meeting Friday from 2:10-2:45 in room 417.

To all candidates for National Honor Society:

Your completed applications are due in the box in Mrs. Vasely's office by Friday, September 23. Manila envelopes in which to submit your paperwork are available on the shelves in the main office. Please take one. Reuse. Save a tree.

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Bridgeport College tomorrow in the guidance office at 9:00am. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Monday, September 19, 2016 – ODD DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Contrast will be meeting today after school in room 210.

The French Club will be holding its first meeting today at 2:10 in room 416. New members are welcome.

Any freshman interested in running for class office, should pick up a petition in the main office. Completed petitions are due back to Ms Girard or Mr VanHorne by today.

FAIHR, Spackenkill's human rights club, will have its first meeting today in Room 212 after school. New members are welcome!

There will be a representative from Boston University today in the guidance office at 12:30. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Club Happenings:

There will be a GSA meeting on Friday, September 23 at 2:10 in room 112.  New members are welcome.  See Ms. Pupko or Ms. Huczel with any questions.

To all candidates for National Honor Society:Your completed applications are due in the box in Mrs. Vasely's office by Friday, September 23. Manila envelopes in which to submit your paperwork are available on the shelves in the main office. Please take one. Reuse. Save a tree.

Prospective National Honor Society candidates: Please remember that Tuesday, September 20 in the auditorium there will be a meeting at which you can ask your questions to be able to complete your applications and submit them on time -- Friday, September 23.

Student Info:

You can now register for Driver’s Ed in the Guidance office. Classes are limited. Registrations must be in by Tuesday, September 20th!

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Bryant College tomorrow in the guidance office at 10:00. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Friday, September 16, 2016 – EVEN DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Seniors the panoramic 2017 picture will be held on the athletic field today at 7:30. All seniors please go to first period so attendance can be taken. Rain date is September 23rd.

Spack On Stage will have callbacks for the fall production of a Dolls House, today.

Spackenkill's Art and Literary Magazine is holding its first meeting today, in room 417. New members are welcome-- come and see what we're about!

To all current National Honor Society members:

This Saturday's car wash is a service obligation. Those who signed up for a shift should check the schedule outside room 207 and arrive on time. Those who missed the year's first meeting should either sign up in an open time slot or speak to Ms. Scivolette or Mrs. Tremblay ASAP about how to meet the service obligation.

The National Honor Society will be holding a car wash in the upper parking lot this Saturday, September 17, from 10:00 to 2:00. Please come have your car washed and tell friends and family. 

Club Happenings:

Contrast will be meeting Monday 9/19 after school in room 210.

To all candidates for National Honor Society:

Your completed applications are due in the box in Mrs. Vasely's office by Friday, September 23. Manila envelopes in which to submit your paperwork are available on the shelves in the main office. Please take one. Reuse. Save a tree.

The French Club will be holding its first meeting on Monday, September 19th at 2:10 in room 416. New members are welcome.

Class News:

Any freshman interested in running for class office, should pick up a petition in the main office. Completed petitions are due back to Ms Girard or Mr VanHorne by Monday, September 19.

FAIHR, Spackenkill's human rights club, will have its first meeting on Monday, September 19th in Room 212 after school. New members are welcome!

Student Info:

You can now register for Driver’s Ed in the Guidance office. Classes are limited. Registrations must be in by Tuesday, September 20th!

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Boston University Monday, September 19th in the guidance office at 12:30. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Thursday, September 15, 2016 – ODD DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Spack On Stage will hold auditions for the fall production of a Dolls House, today from 3:30 to 5:30. Callbacks will be on Friday. We look forward to seeing you there!

This year's first Science Olympiad Team Meeting is today at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be planning for this year's events, especially our Car Wash on September 24. New members are welcome.

There will be a representative from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) today in the guidance office at 8:00. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

Club Happenings:

To all current National Honor Society members:

This Saturday's car wash is a service obligation. Those who signed up for a shift should check the schedule outside room 207 and arrive on time. Those who missed the year's first meeting should either sign up in an open time slot or speak to Ms. Scivolette or Mrs. Tremblay ASAP about how to meet the service obligation.

The National Honor Society will be holding a car wash in the upper parking lot this Saturday, September 17, from 10:00 to 2:00. Please come have your car washed and tell friends and family. 

Spackenkill's Art and Literary Magazine is holding its first meeting this Friday, in room 417. New members are welcome -- come and see what we're about!

Contrast will be meeting Monday 9/19 after school in room 210

To all candidates for National Honor Society:

Your completed applications are due in the box in Mrs. Vasely's office by Friday, September 23. Manila envelopes in which to submit your paperwork are available on the shelves in the main office. Please take one. Reuse. Save a tree.

FAIHR, Spackenkill's human rights club, will have its first meeting on Monday, September 19th in Room 212 after school. New members are welcome!

Class News:

Any freshman interested in running for class office, should pick up a petition in the main office. Completed petitions are due back to Ms Girard or Mr VanHorne by Monday, September 19.

Seniors the panoramic 2017 picture will be held on the athletic field on Friday, September 16th at 7:30. Rain date is September 23rd.

Student Info:

You can now register for Driver’s Ed in the Guidance office. Classes are limited. Register now!

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Wednesday, September 14, 2016 – EVEN DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Spack On Stage will hold auditions for the fall production of a Dolls House, today and tomorrow, September 14th and 15th from 3:30 to 5:30. Callbacks will be on Friday. We look forward to seeing you there!

The Mathematics Team will meet today after school in Room 112.  New members welcome - please join us!

The senior class will be having a meeting today after school in room 113.  All are invited to attend.

There will be a meeting for any junior interested in the hallway decorating for homecoming and planning the Ultimate Frisbee Tournament today at 2:10 in room 115.  Please join us!!  

Weight Room Intramurals will begin today in the Fitness Center. The Fitness Center will be open Monday thru Thursday after school from 2:10- 2:45. Appropriate attire is needed.

Club Happenings:

This year's first Science Olympiad Team Meeting is Thursday 9/15 at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be planning for this year's events, especially our Car Wash on September 24. New members are welcome.

To all current National Honor Society members:This Saturday's car wash is a service obligation. Those who signed up for a shift should check the schedule outside room 207 and arrive on time. Those who missed the year's first meeting should either sign up in an open time slot or speak to Ms. Scivolette or Mrs. Tremblay ASAP about how to meet the service obligation.

Spackenkill's Art and Literary Magazine is holding its first meeting this Friday, in room 417. New members welcome-- come and see what we're about!

Contrast will be meeting Monday 9/19 after school in room 210

Class News:

Seniors the panoramic 2017 picture will be held on the athletic field on Friday, September 16th at 7:30. Rain date is September 23rd.

FAIHR, Spackenkill's human rights club, will have its first meeting on Monday, September 19th in Room 212 after school. New members are welcome!

Student Info:

You can now register for Driver’s Ed in the Guidance office. Classes are limited. Register now!

College Visits:

There will be a representative from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) tomorrow in the guidance office at 8:00. Interested students can get a pass from guidance and should sign in to their class first before coming to the college visit.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Tuesday, September 13, 2016 – ODD DAY 

 TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Be a part of the yearbook team! Come to the first meeting of the 2017 yearbook today @ 2:10 in Room 113 there will be food!  Join us' it's fun and you have a say in how your yearbook looks!

Come to an informational meeting for the ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB today in Rm 317 at 2:10. We will discuss the GARDEN PROJECT as well as other activities coming up this fall.

Spack On Stage will hold the first drama meeting today from 4:30 to 5:30 in the auditorium.  If you are a new student or a freshman and want to get involved, please join us!  Also, auditions for the fall production of a Dolls House, will be held Wednesday and Thursday, September 14th and 15th from 3:30 to 5:30. Callbacks will be on Friday. We look forward to seeing you there!

Club Happenings:

The Mathematics Team will meet Wednesday, September 14th after school in Room 112.  New members welcome - please join us!

This year's first Science Olympiad Team Meeting is Thursday 9/15 at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be planning for this year's events, especially our Car Wash on September 24. New members are welcome.

Class News:

The senior class will be having a meeting on Wednesday, September 14th after school in room 113.  All are invited to attend.

Seniors the panoramic 2017 picture will be held on the athletic field on Friday, September 16th at 7:30. Rain date is September 23rd.

There will be a meeting for any junior interested in the hallway decorating for homecoming and planning the Ultimate Frisbee Tournament on Wednesday, September 14th at 2:10 in room 115.  Please join us!!  

FAIHR, Spackenkill's human rights club, will have its first meeting on Monday, September 19th in Room 212 after school. New members are welcome!

Spartan Sports:

The Spackenkill golf team improved its overall record to 7–0 with a 169-260 win over  Dover at the Harlem Valley Golf Club yesterday.

Weight Room Intramurals will begin on Wednesday September 14 in the Fitness Center. The Fitness Center will be open Monday thru Thursday after school from 2:10- 2:45. Appropriate attire is needed.

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Monday, September 12, 2016 – EVEN DAY 

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

There is a Girls Basketball meeting after school today in the gym from 2:10-2:20. Anyone playing on playing girls basketball needs to attend.

Club Happenings:

The Mathematics Team will meet Wednesday, September 14th after school in Room 112.  New members welcome - please join us!

Be a part of the yearbook team! Come to the first meeting of the 2017 yearbook on Tuesday, September 13th @ 2:10 in Room 113 there will be food!  Join us' it's fun and you have a say in how your yearbook looks!

This year's first Science Olympiad Team Meeting is Thursday 9/15 at 2:10 in the MST room.  We will be planning for this year's events, especially our Car Wash on September 24. New members are welcome.

Come to an informational meeting for the ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB on Tuesday, September 13th in Rm 317 at 2:10. We will discuss the GARDEN PROJECT as well as other activities coming up this fall.

Class News:

Any freshman interested in running for class office, should pick up a petition in the main office. Completed petitions are due back to Ms Girard or Mr VanHorne by Thursday, September  15.

The senior class will be having a meeting on Wednesday September 14th after school in room 113.  All are invited to attend.

Seniors the panoramic 2017 picture will be held on the athletic field on Friday, September 16th at 7:30. Rain date is September 23rd.

Spartan Sports;

Weight Room Intramurals will begin on Wednesday September 14 in the Fitness Center. The Fitness Center will be open Monday thru Thursday after school from 2:10- 2:45. Appropriate attire is needed.

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Friday, September 9, 2016 – ODD DAY                                                          

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Leo club will be holding its first event of the year this Saturday as we wash cars from 10 am to 2 pm here at the high school.  

Club Happenings:

The Mathematics Team will meet Wednesday, September 14th after school in Room 112.  New members welcome - please join us!

Be a part of the yearbook team! Come to the first meeting of the 2017 yearbook on Tuesday, September 13th @ 2:10 in Room 113 there will be food!  Join us' it's fun and you have a say in how your yearbook looks!

Come to an informational meeting for the ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB on Tuesday September 13th in Rm 317 at 2:10. We will discuss the GARDEN PROJECT as well as other activities coming up this fall. If you want to see change in Spack, be the change in Spack.  Come to the meeting with some of your GREEN ideas.

Club Happening:

Seniors the panoramic 2017 picture will be held on the athletic field on Friday, September 16th at 7:30. Rain date is September 23rd.

Spartan Sports;

Weight Room Intramurals will begin on Wednesday September 14 in the Fitness Center. The Fitness Center will be open Monday thru Thursday after school from 2:10- 2:45. Appropriate attire is needed.

There is a Girls Basketball meeting after school on Monday September 12 in the gym from 2:10-2:20. Anyone playing on playing girls basketball needs to attend.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, September 8, 2016 – EVEN DAY

TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS:

Leo Club will have its' first meeting of the year today in the Chorus Room at 2:10.  All interested should attend. We will be outlining upcoming events and taking suggestions for new events. 

The first meeting of the current members of National Honor Society will be held this afternoon, September 8, at 2:15 in the Auditorium. All current members need to attend.
Club Happenings:

Leo club will also be holding its first event of the year this Saturday as we wash cars from 10 am to 2 pm here at the high school.  

The Mathematics Team will meet Wednesday, September 14th after school in Room 112.  New members welcome - please join us!