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Sagamore Middle School

57 Division Street

Holtsville, NY  11742

(631) 696-8600

Principal: Lisa Marie Johnson

Assistant Principals: Ralph Carusillo, Kaleigh Sidaras

See kindness, show kindness, teach kindness, be kindness.

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Daily Announcements

 

 

sports physicals 6/4

Click here to access the School Physical Form

 

Spring Book Fair

 

8th Grade Semi-Formal

2024 Formal Flyer

Click here for the 8th Grade Semi-Formal Flyer & Permission Slip

 

 

Sagamore Final Exam Schedule

final exam schedule

 


Sagamore Clubs 2023 - 2024

May 24 Club Calendar

Visit the "Club Information" tab for more information on the 2023-2024 clubs

 

 

Yearbooks for Sale!

Yearbooks for Sale 

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Parent Newsletter 

   

5/20/24 - 5/24/24

Week of 5/20 Parent Newsletter

 

5/27/24 - 5/31/24

Week of 5/27 Parent Newsletter

 

 

Programming Letters

Click here to view the 8th to 9th Grade Programming Letter

Click here to view the 9th Grade Course Offerings

Click here to view the 7th to 8th Grade Programming Letter

Click here to view the 6th to 7th Grade Programming Letter

 

 

Sagamore Student of the Month

APRIL

Students of the Month - April

MARCH

Students of the Month - March

FEBRUARY

Students of the Month - February

JANUARY

Students of the Month - January

DECEMBER

Students of the Month - December

NOVEMBER

Students of the Month - November

OCTOBER

Students of the Month - October\

SEPTEMBER

Students of the Month - September

Students of the Month and their parents were honored by a breakfast sponsored by the PTSA

 

Helpful Links

List of Important Dates

2023-24 Breakfast Permission Form

Sports Schedules Section XI Link

Sagamore Student Handbook

Bell Schedule

Message from the Sachem Food Service - Breakfast/Lunch Pricing & Payschool's Procedure

      

Chromebooks

All students are expected to bring a fully charged Chromebook to school every day.

 

ID Cards

All students need to wear their ID card in school every day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the News

Sachem a Top Fundraiser in ALS Ride for Life

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The ALS Ride for Life made its way through the Sachem Central School District on May 17. The annual event takes place during ALS Awareness Month to raise funds and awareness about the devastating disease. The ride started at Sachem High School East, went to Sagamore Middle School, and ended at Chippewa Elementary School – gaining more and more Sachem students along the way. Students at each of the buildings gave the Ride a warm welcome, as they cheered and held signs with messages of hope.

This year, Sachem High School East and Sagamore Middle School presented the ALS Ride for Life Foundation with a $12,547 check. ALS Ride for Life Schools Coordinator Barbara Brown noted this was the most amount of money a district has raised for the event in its history. The funds go directly to supporting patients with ALS and their families.

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Date Added: 5/20/2024

Solar Eclipse Tips from Sagamore Students

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Five students at Sagamore Middle School presented to the Board of Education and administrators about the upcoming solar eclipse on April 8. Maxwell Benimoff, Jack Kelleher, Howard Dickson, Dmytro Vorobets and Nathan Check offered some tips about viewing the eclipse in a safe way.

Leading up to April 8, they sold eclipse glasses to benefit the Sagamore student government.

“With a solar eclipse, if you look at it without the glasses, you could go blind from burning your eye,” said Howard.

Their presentation also explained how traffic could impact safety on April 8, urging others to be extra cautious.

“The amount of traffic on the roads is unsafe. People are distracted, looking up at the eclipse, which plays into the safety of it,” said Jack.

The presentation was part of the students’ Seal of Civic Readiness Project. Due to the district having two additional snow days built into the school calendar that weren’t used, the district has chosen April 8 and May 28 as nonattendance days.

Date Added: 4/5/2024

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