The 2018-19 Homer Central School District goal is to emphasize the formation of positive relationships between home and school. See the Homer Elementary School's goal below that supports the district initiative.
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 ...
Opening Day Assembly Provides Learning, Smiles for Staff:
Over three hundred employees of the Homer Central School District participated kicked off the school year in style on Tuesday at Homer High School at an opening day assembly.
The day began with a quick introduction in the auditorium where Homer Superintendent Thomas Turck gave a warm welcome to the staff for the new school year. The staff then split up in to groups for a day of fun and learning. The activities focused on the three primary focuses of the Homer strategic plan: community ...
New Playground to Provide Pre-K Students Creative Freedom:
Construction is underway on a brand new pre-k playground at
Homer Elementary School. The project is scheduled to be completed
by the first day of school for students.
Construction is underway on a new pre-kindergarten playground at Homer Elementary School.
The new playground will provide students under the age of five a dedicated space to play, something they have been missing during their recess time.
“What we found was that the equipment that is on our bigger ...
Trojan Messenger: June 2019 Edition:
Take a look at all the exciting things that have happened in our district over the last several months with the newest edition of the Trojan Messenger Newsletter. This edition includes graduation coverage, end-of-year celebrations and how each building throughout the district reached their 2018-19 goals! To view the newsletter, please click here!
Homer Students Learn Importance of Recycling:
Second grade students in Shannon Kostuk’s class at Homer Elementary School recently learned the importance of recycling thanks to a local conservation officer.
Cortland County Environmental Conservation Officer Andrew Kostuk visited with the students on Earth Day to discuss ways the students can help the environment by “reducing, reusing, and recycling.”
The students also participated in activities that helped them recognize ways they can positively impact ...