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Barcomb and student of the week

BFOM Musician of the Week

We are pleased to announce that the Brittonkill Friends of Music musician of the week is 8th grader, Julia Roseberger. Julia is an incredible musician. She plays flute and always attends her lessons. She is self-motivated and is always willing to challenge herself musically.  Read more »

students and parents signing letters

Eight Student Athletes Sign Letter of Intent

Eight student athletes signed letters of intent on Tuesday May 14. Surrounded by their families, Tamrac Booster Club and Tamarac High School Athletic and Administration Staff. The students signed letters, committing to play college basketball, softball and soccer. Read more »

Brittonkill PTSA President Laura Perfetti, Ashley Mayfield and Northeast Region Director, NYS PTA Geri Lehane.

Student Receives Humanitarian Award

Tamarac senior Ashley Mayfield received the Stanley Marcus Youth Humanitarian Award from the Northeastern Region PTA. Ashley received an engraved plaque and $250 in recognition of her volunteerism and community service work. Read more »

Vote info

2019-20 Budget Vote

The Brunswick Central School District community will vote on the proposed 2019-2020 budget of $25,431,620 on Tuesday, May 21. This plan includes a 4.25 percent tax levy increase, which is below the allowable tax cap.  Read more »

Students wearing shirts

Next Step Day

The National Honor Society held their Annual Next Step Day on Wednesday, May 1st. Students were encouraged to wear attire that reflects their next steps; attending college, entering the work force or serving in the military. Faculty and staff wore shirts representing their alma mater to join in on the fun!

Sofia Baldwin 'Hands of Class"

Work of three Tamarac student artists selected for juried exhibit

Tamarac High School students Sofia Baldwin, Francesca DiScanio and Vance Gardner had artwork that was chosen for the 30th Annual Questar III High School Invitational Art Exhibit at the Marvin Library Learning Commons at Hudson Valley Community College. The exhibit is open to the public and will be on display until May 17. It features… Read more »