Through your donations, you could help save a life! The first Tamarac High School Blood Drive, organized by the Tamarac High School Key Club, will be held on Thursday, October 10th, from 7:30 AM – 12:30 PM in the Multi-Purpose Room. To sign up to donate, please click here.
It may be closing in on 2020, but in Mrs. Parsons’ 11th Grade English class, students are looking back about one-hundred years to explore the 1920’s! Through the use of film, graphics, slide presentations, and in-depth research articles, Mrs. Parsons hopes to immerse her students in the culture of the 1920’s in preparation for their… Read more »
Healthy options for our kids? Now that’s something we can get behind 100%! Beginning on September 18th, Brunswick Central School District will begin including locally-sourced fruits and vegetables in student and staff lunches, thanks to the help of our neighbor in Troy, Capital Roots! Capital Roots, whose vision is “where every person has access to… Read more »
Dear Parents: We are off to a great start at Tamarac Elementary School this year – I’m very excited for everything that this school year will bring for our students. For those of you who don’t know me, I have always placed student academic well-being and student safety at the top of my list. My… Read more »
In 2018, Art Teacher Mrs. Sheffer created the “Be Kind” Pledge in an effort to help start the year with positivity and encourage students to help others inside and outside of the classroom. One year later, students and faculty alike are once again reminded just how impactful and important this initiative has become! This week,… Read more »
Calling all students and staff! Are you looking for a morning pick-me-up to jumpstart your learning? Are you craving some after-school snacks to hold you over until dinnertime? Well, you’re in luck… The Bengal Bistro is now open for business at Tamarac High School, offering breakfast and after-school snacks to fuel your day! Check out… Read more »
It was a summer filled with global engagement and rich, hands-on learning for Brunswick Central School District Superintendent, Dr. Angelina Maloney. After receiving a scholarship from the NYS Council of School Superintendents to journey across the globe, Dr. Maloney spent 10 days traveling through Switzerland with professionals from all over New York State and Ohio,… Read more »