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Sachem High School North Holds Pep Rally

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Sachem High School North held their pep rally today prior to their homecoming game tomorrow against Walt Whitman High School. As part of tomorrow’s events, a homecoming carnival will begin at 11 a.m. and will feature carnival games, music, food trucks and a circus before kickoff at 2 p.m.

Sachem Student-Athlete Named to Newsday’s Top 25 Gymnasts List for Fall Season

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Sachem High School East sophomore Riley McPartland has been named to Newsday’s Top 25 Gymnasts for the fall 2021 season.

https://www.newsday.com/sports/high-school/gymnastics/top-25-gymnasts-for-fall-2021-season-1.50360413

Sachem High School North Holds 9/11 Memorial Rededication Ceremony

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On Friday, Sept. 10, Sachem High School North hosted a 20th Anniversary 9/11 Memorial Rededication Ceremony to unveil the newly refurbished memorial which honors the lives lost during that tragic day in history and the sacrifices made by first responders.

The touching ceremony began with an opening address from building principal Andrew Larson, followed by heartfelt words from local elected officials Sen. Phil Boyle, Legislator Nick Caracappa, Legislator Anthony Piccirillo and Assemblyman Doug Smith that echoed the importance of remembering the day and fostering a stronger sense of togetherness. Additionally, the ceremony was attended by members of the Ronkonkoma Volunteer Fire Department.

Beginning a new tradition at Sachem High School North, the names of 24 Sachem community members who lost their lives that day were read and 24 flags were flown in front of the school building in remembrance of those individuals.

Concluding the ceremony, members of the Sachem High School North Orchestra played as those in attendance laid roses at the base of the new granite towers that stand at the memorial as a reminder to future generations of students and staff to never forget.

Sachem Welcomes Students for First Day of School

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Sachem Student-Author Recognized by the NYSSBA

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At the most recent meeting of the Sachem Central School District Board of Education, Aviah Singh was recognized by a representative from the New York State School Boards Association who presented the district with the Champions of Change Award.

The district received the award for Aviah’s authorship of her antibullying book, “Be You. Be Cool. Be Kind.” The Champions for Change Award is presented to districts whose students or a particular student take action to create positive change in the world.