Public Forum with Superintendent Candidates - Monday 4/2/18: Mark your calendars! Members of the Homer Central School District community are invited to attend a public forum with finalists for the Superintendent position beginning at 6 p.m. on Monday, April 2, in the Homer High School auditorium.
2018 Kindergarten Registration: Kindergarten Registration at Homer Elementary – It’s Time!
Kindergarten Registration for the 2018 - 2019 school year will take place from Monday, March 19, through Friday, March 23, 2018 , at Homer Elementary School, 9 Central Park ...
Board of Education discussion on School Safety: Dear Parents and Community Members:
Last evening the Homer Board of Education held a discussion on School Safety. This topic is paramount on all our minds in the wake of Parkland, Florida. Please know that we have many safety precautions ...
Bus Of The Month For February: The Homer Central School District Bus of the Month for February has been awarded to the students on Route 5 with driver Mrs. Ginny Lyon! Mrs. Lyon nominated her students for always being polite, helpful, and being concerned for each other. Mrs. Lyon commented, "My students listen to all instructions and follow them. They are a great group of students who truly deserve this recognition!" Each student will receive a certificate and a pizza party in March for demonstrating Blue PRIDE and making a positive effort to make their bus safe! Congratulations to these students and driver Mrs. Ginny Lyon!
Youth And Government Attend State Conference: Youth and Government just returned from another successful State Conference. The Judicial Team was led by Justices Anna G., Vivi K., Catarina K. and Amanda K. The Legislative Branch received leadership from Committee Chairs Elizabeth G. and Stephen G. Serving on the Governor’s Cabinet were Ben H. and Skye D. The Best Bill in the Senate was won by Adam B., Stephen G., Benjamin H. Their proposed law was to amend § 500 of Agriculture and Markets Law to mandate Retail Food Stores to donate unused food to charities. Sean P. was nominated for Best Debater. Selected to attend the Conference on National Affairs were Ben H. and Reagan O. Alternate to CONA is Stephen G. Once again the students were selected as a Premier District.
Author Hena Khan spoke to Intermediate School: Author Hena Khan spoke to Intermediate School students about the inspiration for some of her books, including Amina's Voice and Power Forward. Some fifth grade students participated in a book club, which read Amina's Voice to prepare for the visit. This visit was made possible by the efforts of the Phillips Free Library.
Third Graders Get Acting Tips From Two Seniors:
Third Graders Get Acting Tips From Two Seniors
Mrs. Martin worked in collaboration with High School music teacher Mrs. McLaughlin to have two seniors, Rowan T. and Bella S., come to the Intermediate School and work with 3rd graders from Mrs. Alm's class. The third graders have been working on a Cinderella readers' theater. Who better to give pointers, than members of the cast of the high-school musical, Cinderella! The third graders enjoyed learning from the seniors and can't wait to perform for their own class.
Bus Of The Month For January: The Homer Central School District Bus of the Month for the month of January has been awarded to the students on Route 8 with driver Mrs. Patty Yaple! Mrs. Yaple nominated her students for always doing their best each and every day. Mrs Yaple further reflected on how her students since the beginning of the year followed all of the bus rules! Each student will receive a certificate and a pizza party during the month of March for demonstrating Blue PRIDE and making a positive effort to make their bus safe! Congratulations to these students and driver Mrs. Patty Yaple!