Class of 2015 Commencement Ceremony: The Homer Central High School Class of 2015 Commencement Ceremony was videoed by the Cortland Video Club. You can watch a copy of the graduation ceremony by visiting the CVC website at: www.cortlandvideoclub.com and using the on-demand button that ... more >>
Condolences - Harley Albro: The Homer Central School District would like to express our condolences to the family of former Homer Administrator and Teacher, Mr. Harley M. Albro. Mr. Albro began his 24-year career in education with Homer Central School District in 1957, retiring ... more >>
HOMER CSD SOLAR PROJECT LEASE: The Homer Central School District ("District") has selected HCSD Solar, LLC (“HCSD Solar”), a wholly owned subsidiary of NextERA Energy Resources, as the successful bidder to design, install, finance, own, operate and maintain ... more >>
Capital Project progress: In order to keep the community informed of our Capital Project progress, we will be continuously updating the web with photos and update information. Please check the link below often!
http://www.homercentral.org/districtpage.cfm?pageid=713 ... more >>
Condolences: It is with great sadness that the District share that student, Alex Smith, died in an accident on July 1, 2015. Alex just completed his Grade 8 year at the Homer Junior High School. Alex was a great kid. He will be missed and our thoughts are with his ... more >>
Capital Project Ground Breaking: The capital project ground breaking ceremony was held on June 23 at the high school. Board of Education members, some staff and a student were on hand to dig in and get the work started. When completed, the high school will have a new auditorium, safer gymnasium, reconfigured classrooms, new bus turn-around, and other enhanced benefits for students and staff.
A Trip To The Farm: This spring kindergartners from the Elementary school took a trip to the Weddle Farm on Route 281. It is an example of a "village" working together to educate our children.
The Weddles gave each child a homemade cookie and milk. They also brought animals from other farms to enrich the experience. This year, students got to milk Mona the Holstein cow, pet Pedro the alpaca, greet calves and sheep, and meet Ah-Choo the camel.
Spirit Week At The Homer Intermediate School: Homer Intermediate students participated in Spirit Week’s "Take on the Future" Thursday, on June 11. Students dressed up as what they aspire to be when they grow up.
From the back row: Lillian B. (cook), Michelle H.(police officer), Emily D. (teacher), Bryce H. (baseball player), Matthew F. (the President of the United States), Jonah C. (Robotics Engineer), Rishi A. (orthopedic surgeon), Olivia S. (pediatrician).
Field Trip To The Phillips Free Library: Homer Intermediate School Fourth Graders taught by Mrs. Barrett, Mrs. Shirley and Mrs. Stevens went on a field trip to the Phillips Free Library in Homer on Friday, June 12th. Students in 2nd, 3rd, 4th grade were able to receive books through a grant written by Priscilla Berggren-Thomas, Library Director. The money for the books comes from the Bernard Carl and Shirley Rosen Library Fund. What a great reading project for instilling the love of reading in our students over the summer months! This year’s summer theme is: Every Hero Has a Story. Thank you so much Ms. Priscilla for doing this for our students!
Rotary Teacher Of The Year: Congratulations to Jeanne Stevens who was named Rotary Teacher of the Year on Wednesday, June 10. Jeanne, who teaches reading in the Intermediate School, was selected because of her work in Homer schools and in our community.