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 ...
Friday, May 25, 2018: Due to our limited use of snow days this year, there will be no school on Friday, May 25, 2018.
Homer to host leading expert in media literacy - Julie Smith: At 6:30 PM on September 27th Homer will host a presentation for the community featuring Julie Smith in the High School Auditorium.
Julie Smith, author of Master the Media: How Teaching Media Literacy Can Save Our Plugged-in World is recognized both nationally and internationally as a leading expert in media literacy . Her highly sought after keynotes and professional development programs help educators, parents, and students alike make sense of the digital world we live in today. With digital media now an integral part of our daily lives, Julie makes a strong case for ensuring media literacy is an integral part of our schools and classrooms . She teaches audiences across the country how to access and utilize Web 2.0 tools, and she supports educators in ... more >>
Is It Magic Or Is It Science?: Is it magic or is it science? In sixth grade science Team A, a ziploc bag was filled with water. A willing student sat as each student pierced a sharpened pencil through the bag of water. Did the student get a second shower of the day? No, it's science, not magic. An interesting discussion ensued with students as a total of 18 pencils were put through without a leak.
Superintendent Turck Tested His Distracted Driving Skills: Superintendent Turck tested his distracted driving skills in a Driver Education activity presented by the Cortland County Health Department. The activity led by Officer Denise Barber, asked students to put on goggles to demonstrate how it would feel to drive with a blood alcohol level of .25%. The students asked Superintendent Turck to participate and he happily agreed to do so. Thank you for taking an active role in Driver Education Superintendent Turck!
The High School Green Team: Members of the High School Green Team were invited to give a presentation at the June 2, WNY Youth Climate Action Summit held at Buffalo State College. They presented an overview of how to write an action plan highlighting their successful actions plans for the raised bed gardens and solar panel powered chromebook charging stations.
Author Alicia Klepeis Visits Homer Intermediate School: Non-fiction author Alicia Klepeis spoke to students at the Intermediate School on May 22nd. Students learned about her writing process and world travels. Ms. Klepeis has written several books including The World's Strangest Foods , Bizarre Things We've Called Medicine and Circus Science . This visit was made possible through the efforts of Phillips Free Library.