Homecoming parade and game time changed: Due to forecasted thunderstorms, start times for the Homecoming parade and game have been changed.
The parade will begin at 5:30 and football game kickoff will be at 6:00.
High School Seniors Celebrate Senior Sunrise: Nearly 50 members of the Homer High School Senior Class celebrated the first “Senior Sunrise” on Butts Field this morning (September 7, 2018). The event was planned by senior class officers as a part of the class’s goal to increase ...
Public Hearing-Charter School - Rescheduled Update!: Please be aware that the date of the hearing has been updated!
On July 12, 2018 the Homer Central School District received notice from The State University of New York Charter Schools Institute that the Truxton Academy Charter School Application ...
Miss Electricity: "Miss Electricity"
Intermediate School Students were treated to a performance of Syracuse Stage's play, "Miss Electricity" on December 6th. The show focused on the greatest super power of all... the power of FRIENDSHIP. Thanks to the Intermediate SCA for sponsoring this opportunity.
Chariot Races: Chariot Races
"5th graders created chariots using K'Nex. The objective was to create a Sphero vehicle durable enough to compete in a chariot race. This task required collaboration and problem-solving skills. Students then coded their Sphero, a coding robot to maneuver through challenging obstacles in preparation for their race. "
Apple For The Teacher Award:
Karyn Freshwater was nominated by a former student for the Apple for the Teacher Award through the Saga Communication radio group out of Ithaca, NY. Karyn was also the grand prize winner of a brand new laptop given away by Brightworks Computer Company!
We are so very thrilled for Karyn for being recognized with the Apple for the Teacher Award!
10th Annual Adirondack Youth Climate Summit:
Six members of the Environmental Club attended the 10th annual Adirondack Youth Climate Summit in Tupper Lake November 7-8. There they presented the projects that have come to fruition, with the aid of mini grants from the Wild Center, over the past two years; solar charging stations and raised bed gardens. The students attended workshops on over 20 different environmental issues that focused on solutions for climate change. Our students wrote three aggressive action plans that focus on the farm to table movement, increasing the solar presence at the high school and engaging the Village of Homer (a Climate Smart Community participant) in furthering their environmentally friendly measures.