Assistive Hearing Devices Available at High School:
Assistive Hearing Devices are now available for events in our new high school auditorium and gymnasium. They are also available for events on Butts Field.
To access a device, you will need to leave your driver’s license/student ... more >>
Homer Education Foundation Books 4 R Kids:
One of the greatest gifts we can give our children is a strong foundation for literacy! And that is the goal of this fundraising effort: putting books in the hands of children living in the Homer school community .
By partnering with the ... more >>
HCSD Placed on Honor Roll:
Homer Central School District Placed on the College Board’s 7th Annual AP ® District Honor Roll for Significant Gains in Student Access and Success
433 School Districts Across the U.S. and Canada Are Honored ... more >>
Welcome Back to School!: The 2016-2017 school year starts Tuesday, September 6.
Here is some important information to prepare you for the new school year.
Are you new to the District?
All students who are new to the Homer Central School District must ... more >>
Youth in Government: Homer teens once again had a successful weekend at the State Youth and Government Conference in March. Elizabeth G., Anna G., and Ben H. were selected to attend the Conference on National Affairs and Amanda K. and Nina A. were chosen as alternates to that conference.
Elizabeth G. was selected as Fosdick/SanAntonio Scholarship winner. Volunteer Adviser and Homer alum won the CLEVELAND E. DODGE COLLEGIATE ADVISER award. The $1,000 cash award is intended to assist with educational expenses. Homer once again won Premier District. The Youth and Government program could not exist without the continued support of administration and the encouragement the Homer Staff gives all those involved.
Regional Science Fair Winners: On March 26, four students from the Homer Intermediate School participated in the Regional Science Fair in Syracuse, New York.
Fifth grader, Caoimhe D., was the recipient of two awards. The first was the I EEE Award in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Cornell University. She was also awarded the Lockheed Martin Award for her project entitled "What Material Will Block a Wifi Signal?" Caoimhe was awarded Highest Honors classification.
Fifth grader, Kathleen G., was the recipient of the LeMoyne Excellence in Math & Computer Sciences award. She also received Honors classification for her project "The Science of Kindness".
Fourth grader, Kyler C., was the recipient of the Lockheed Martin award. He received Highest ... more >>
2017 Rotary Award: Congratulations to Sue Downes, Homer Elementary building secretary, for receiving the 2017 Rotary Pride of Workmanship Award. All who know and work with Sue can attest that she is 110% dedicated to the children, families, and staff of the Elementary School--all day, every day. Sue personifies Blue PRIDE.
2017 National Technical Honor Society Ceremony:
Thursday, April 6, twenty-three Homer students were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society during a ceremony held at OCM BOCES McEvoy Campus. The NTHS recognizes deserving students who have chosen technical education pathways to a successful future. Students must maintain an 85% average and demonstrate attributes of knowledge, skill, honesty, service, responsibility, scholarship, citizenship and leadership in one of the following programs: Automotive Collision, Automotive Technology, Computer Technology, Construction, Technology, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Early Childhood Education, Graphic Communications, Health Occupations, New Vision Environmental Science, New Vision Medical Professions, or Welding Technology. Congratulations to Homer students Kaylee M., Daniel ... more >>
The Conscientious Cooperator:
Reed C.’s essay, “The Conscientious Cooperator” has been chosen as one of 16 finalists in a contest sponsored by Facing History and Ourselves, an international educational and professional development organization. As a finalist, Reed is eligible for top prizes which includes monetary awards. More than 5,200 entries were submitted to the organization and finalists were selected to move on for public voting. We hope you will take a minute to click on the following link, read the essays, and vote on your favorite. http://contest.facinghistory.org/choices/voting/