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French Immersion Workshop

Tamarac High School students in French 3, 4, and 5 recently participated in a language and cultural immersion workshop sponsored by KEYSTONE Nextgen Immersions, LLC. Read more »


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Inaugural Unified Basketball Game April 26th

Tamarac has partnered with the New York State Public High School Athletic Association and Special Olympics to offer Unified Basketball for the students at Tamarac High School.  The focus of this initiative is to engage students with and without disabilities in activities to create a school community that fosters respect and dignity for all. Doesn’t that sound exciting? Through inclusive... Read more »


Jr/Sr Prom Tickets on sale now

The Tamarac High School Class of 2018 will be hosting the Junior-Senior Prom on Friday, May 11th at the Old Daley on Crooked Lake in Averill Park from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Prom bids will be sold during all lunch periods April 23rd-May 4th.  Read more »



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Tamarac Elementary Garden & Courtyard Earth Day Project

Thank you to the Brunswick Brittonkill PTSA for sponsoring the Tamarac Elementary School Garden Courtyard beautification project for Earth Day. Earlier this morning, Town of Brunswick Supervisor Philip H. Herrington helped kick off the event during the groundbreaking ceremony. We would like to thank all the sponsors including: Sherman Williams Paint who donated paint to... Read more »


BFOM Spring Student Showcase – April 25th

The Brittonkill Friends of Music Spring student showcase will take place Wednesday, April 25 at 6:30 p.m. in the middle school cafeteria. Tickets are $3 per ticket. Come out and enjoy a night of food, drinks and live music!


Board of Education Adopts 2018-19 Proposed Budget

The Board of Education adopted the proposed $24,577,667 school budget for 2018-19 school year at their meeting on Wednesday, April 12. The proposed budget requires an estimated 2.82% increase in the tax levy, which is below the district’s property tax cap of 5.66%. Voters will also be asked to elect three candidates to the Board of Education. Andrew Casale and Anthony Grab have each declared their candidacy.  Read more »


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