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Teen Talk on Nov. 4

On Wednesday, November 4 at 7 pm in the High School Auditorium, the Spackenkill Secondary Level PTA presents motivational speaker Scott Fried. He will offer strategies for talking to and parenting adolescents. The community is invited and encouraged to attend!

CLICK HERE for more information.



The boys and girls soccer teams won the MHAL Championship last night. The girls beat Wallkill 1-0 and the boys defeated Red Hook 2-0.

The soccer teams move on to sectional play next week.

Boys play Monday and the girls play Tuesday, both at 2pm at the HS.


Zombie Fest is this Saturday October 24th from 6-7:30 pm. The Leo Club Zombie Fest is scary fun for the whole family. It is a fun-draiser for Adopt-a-Family and other good works.  Participants will be led through the post-apocalyptic landscape of the walking dead. Only those careful to avoid the Zombies single minded desire to eat will make it through and be called a survivor.  Will you survive? Tours leave about every 15 minutes and cost just $5.  Other Halloween activities will also be available before and after tours.  Younger, less sure footed, or the faint of heart should come early to gain the advantage of waning sunlight. 

National Merit Scholarship Commended Students

We are proud to announce that Melanie Katz, Gautam Mekkat and Melainy Williams are being recognized as Commended Students in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program for their exceptional academic performance.  Commended students place among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who took the 2014 Preliminary SAT. Congratulations on this significant achievement.  


Spack for a Cure


The girls varsity field hockey team (Spack For A Cure) participated in the Miles Of Hope Breast Cancer walk yesterday at James Baird State Park.  The team together raised over $600 to help support those affected by Breast Cancer in the Hudson Valley.  If you would like to donate please click the following link    


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