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20 week Report Cards:
Twenty week report cards were mailed home today and you can also check Schooltool to see your child’s marking period grades. Children who are failing two or more courses will also have their mandatory 10th schedule included in the mailing. Mandatory 10th period will run from Monday, February 3rd through Thursday , March 12th. Please take a look at our 20 week JH Update for important information on what is happening at the Junior High. I am also attaching our district flyer ...
10 week Report Cards:
Ten week report cards will be mailed home today and you can also check Schooltool to see your child’s marking period grades. For students failing two or more courses their mandatory 10th schedule will be included in the mailing. Mandatory 10th period will run from Monday, November 18th through December 20th. Please take a look at our 10 week JH Update for important information on what is happening at the Junior High.
Homer Celebrates Two Hundred Years of Education:
The Homer Central School District honored its 200th year of state-approved education by unveiling a historical sign recently in a ceremony at Homer Elementary School.
The historical sign serves as a tribute to the educators, students and families that have kept the Homer Central School District prosperous over the past two hundred years.
The sign is a product of collaboration from the community. The William G. Pomeroy Foundation provided grant money to help fund the
Homer Nurse Practitioner Program to Provide Convenience for Families:
The Homer Central School District is continuing a partnership with Guthrie Family Medicine that will provide students with weekly access to a Nurse Practitioner this school year.
Anna Wright is a Nurse Practitioner with Guthrie Family
Medicine. This year, Homer parents can opt their child
in to weekly access to a Nurse Practitioner in school.
The program provides a number of medical services that are otherwise unavailable in the district. Services a ...
Homer Eighth Graders "Get G.R.I.T." with Team Building Exercises:
The eighth-grade students kicked off the school year in a positive way with a series of team building exercises at Homer Junior High School on Thursday.
The activities were based around the central concept of the school year: Growing Requires Individual & Teamwork (G.R.I.T.). Students were given a variety of tasks to complete throughout the day that required teamwork, communication, problem solving and positive attitudes.
The day was very educational for the ...