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Tamarac Junior Earns Spot in All-State Chorus

After recording a perfect score at the most difficult level during her audition, Tamarac junior Devon Rooney will have an opportunity to sing with the best music students from across the state in December. “It will be such a great opportunity. It’s something I’ve worked hard on for a long time. It means everything to… Read more »

Family of Rachael Murray Thanks Community for Support

The family of Tamarac senior Rachael Murray would like to thank the community for all their support at the benefit at Duncan’s Dairy Bar on Oct. 14. “Our most sincere thanks to Duncan’s Dairy Bar, the Squadrito, Gardenier, VanAlstyne, Lockrow, Warrington, Wiesnet and Baehm families, Tamarac Girls and Boys Soccer teams, numerous Tamarac students past… Read more »

National Honor Junior Society New Inductees

National Junior Honor Society Welcomes New Inductees

On Sept. 27, the National Junior Honor Society welcomed 23 new inductees as students and family gathered for an Induction Ceremony held in the district auditorium. NJHS recognizes 8th and 9th graders who have demonstrated excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, character and citizenship. Congratulations to Gaetana Baldwin, Laura Bornt, Maeve Doin, Alyssa Franz, Camille Gardner,… Read more »

Bully Prevention Day

Tamarac Schools to Participate in Bullying Prevention Day

Students and staff in Tamarac schools will join together on Monday, Oct. 1 to take a stand against bullying. Students and staff will wear blue shirts as part of World Day of Bullying Prevention, an event featuring hundreds of schools across the country. To help support the event, students in Tamarac High School’s Desktop Publishing… Read more »

BOE Explores Solar Panel System That Would Save District Money

The Board of Education is exploring an opportunity to have solar panels installed on school roof buildings after a recent visit to Schodack CSD which has a solar panel system. The proposed system would be at little cost to the district and would actually save money from reduced electricity rates. “The company essentially leases space… Read more »

Precautionary Information About Pertussis; No Cases Reported in District

The Rensselaer County Health Department has asked the district to share information with parents about a number of cases of pertussis, or whooping cough, which have been reported in the county this year. Below is a parent letter and fact sheet. Please note this information is precautionary. No cases have been reported in Brunswick (Brittonkill)… Read more »

Family Member Returning Home from Military Service? Please Let Us Know

With many members of the armed services returning home in recent days, the district invites any families in our community who have a member of the military returning home to please let us know so we can post welcome home and thank you signs on our outdoor sign. Simply contact Communications Specialist Jason McCord at… Read more »