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SGO attends Leadership and Student Activities State Conference

On Monday, November 21, 2016, SGO co-adviser Ms. Klein and five of the SHS Student Government members participated in the NYS Counsel on Leadership and Student Activities State conference held at the Honors Haven Resort in Ellenville, NY. There they joined over 500 student leaders from around the state participating in leadership workshops and heard motivational speakers. As part of group community service project, the students made a fleece blanket for the Blythedale Children's Hospital. The students learned some excellent fundraising, school spirit and community service ideas to share with the Student Government.

Students attending were, (Left to right in picture on the couch) Cody Usher, Caitlyn Speranza, Rachel Li, Marcella Breglia and Nyi-Rein, Kwaw

Basketball Midnight Madness

Spartans spirit
The Spackenkill Basketball Club is holding a Basketball Midnight Madness event at the High School on Thursday, December 1 from 7:30  - 9:30 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.  Bring your friends, neighbors, and family!

Adults $5
Students $2


Don't Miss Zombie Fest!

Zombie Fest Leo Club

Mark your calendars for Zombie Fest, the spine-chilling Leo Club fundraiser! It will be held on Saturday, October 29 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.  


BOCES CTI Student of Distinction Award

Skyler McBride was honored at the September 27th BOE meeting for receiving the Student of Distinction Award from BOCES CTI. 

Skyler was nominated by her CTI teachers for this award due to her hard work, dedication to her studies, her willingness to be a fully present participant in school and her embodiment of the CTI positive behavior ethics.

We are proud of you Skyler! 



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