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Sachem Board of Education Recognizes Outstanding Community Service

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At the Dec. 5 meeting of the Sachem Central School District Board of Education, the Board recognized Seneca Middle School eighth grade student Nicholas Golding for his outstanding effort during the school’s Soctober sock drive.

Nicholas used the power of social media to spread awareness to his family, friends and community members to get help and was able to collect over 1,200 pairs of socks to benefit those in need.

Date Added: 1/18/2022

Sachem Student-Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

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On Dec. 15, senior student-athletes from Sachem High School East and Sachem High School North signed their national letters of intent to play their respective sports at the NCAA level.

This first round of signings consisted of 33 students from 10 different sports representing 26 different colleges and universities. Thank you to all of the high school coaches for their commitment to helping student-athletes excel both on and off the playing field.

East

Chelsey Weber

Women’s Lacrosse

Hofstra University

Daniella Boss

Women’s Lacrosse

Frostburg State University

Olivia Richter

Women’s Lacrosse

Southern Connecticut State University

Mackenzie LaMonica

Women’s Lacrosse

Long Island University (LIU)

Julia Nowak

Women’s Lacrosse

Notre Dame College

Siobhan Meyer

Women’s Volleyball

Westfield State University

Gillian Barresi

Women’s Soccer

University of Saint Joseph

Michaela Barresi

Women’s Soccer

St. Joseph’s College

Erica Urbancik

Women’s Soccer

St. Joseph’s College

Madison Apicella

Women’s Soccer

Adelphi University

Ariann Robinson

Track and Field

Northeastern University

Rich Heyder

Baseball

New Jersey Institute of Technology

Caroline Aspuru

Field Hockey

Hartwick College

Anamaria Plaia

Field Hockey

Ramapo College

Lauren Lucas

Field Hockey

Hofstra University

North

Brooke Bond

Track and Field

Lynn University

Samantha Watson

Women’s Swimming

Salisbury University

Christopher Varrichio

Men’s Swimming

SUNY Geneseo

Maeghan Avanzato

Women’s Lacrosse

Thomas Jefferson University

Riley Eaton

Women’s Lacrosse

Fairleigh Dickinson University

Caelan Connors

Women’s Lacrosse

Southern Connecticut State University

Kysta Churns

Women’s Lacrosse

Wingate University

Grace Nolan

Women’s Lacrosse

Walsh University

Alexa Nuzzi

Women’s Lacrosse

Long Island University (LIU)

Nicholas Elarde

Men’s Lacrosse

Western Connecticut University

AJ Martino

Men’s Lacrosse

Adelphi University

Nick Naccarato

Men’s Lacrosse

Pace University

Tyler Davide

Men’s Lacrosse

Long Island University (LIU)

Alex Pfeiffer

Men’s Lacrosse

Albany University

Kelly Licata

Women’s Soccer

SUNY New Paltz

Emma Wilson

Women’s Soccer

Pace University

Joe Cruz

Football

Syracuse University

Date Added: 1/11/2022

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Schoolwide Effort Brings Smiles This Holiday Season

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Students and staff at Cayuga Elementary School came together to support the Make-a-Wish Foundation this holiday season through a collective showcase of holiday cheer.

As part of the schoolwide effort facilitated by special education teacher Tina-Marie Mikos, students across grade levels wrote wishes that they had for sick children and deposited them in a special mailbox within the school building. With each letter that is collected, Macy’s will donate a dollar to the Make-a-Wish Foundation to make the dreams of sick children come true.

Throughout the holiday season, students have participated in lessons on kindness and ways they can help improve their school community and beyond.

Sachem High School North Interact Club Joins in International Cleanup

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This year, the Sachem High School North Interact Club participated in the International Coastal Clean with Keep Islip Clean. Students cleaned up and documented all trash collected in an effort to compile data for researchers to better understand what is polluting the earth's waterways. This is the 10th year the Interact Club has participated in this international clean up.