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Class of 2019 Coupon Fundraiser

The Class of 2019 is announcing their coupon fundraiser.  The cost is $10 with a value over $50!  Businesses include Alexis Dinner, Purple Pub, Engel’s Acres and more!  All proceeds benefit the 2019 activities.  To purchase, please see a Sophomore Class Council member or visit us at one of the three upcoming school concerts.  You... Read more »


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SADD Chapter Donates to “Choices’ Program

SADD members, Michelle Johnston and Lisa Parker donated $500 as a thank you for providing all our juniors and seniors with an opportunity to attend the Albany County Sheriff’s Department Choices, Inc program in Altamont. Read more »


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Brunswick (Brittonkill) CSD 2017-18 School Budget Approved

The Brunswick (Brittonkill) Central School District $23,587,405 budget was approved by a vote of 322 (yes) to 125 (no) on May 16. This budget represents a $482,115 increase in spending over the current year’s budget and will result in an estimated 1.50 percent tax rate increase for residents. Residents also elected three members to the... Read more »



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Students Compete in Business Competition

On Monday, May 8 over 350 high school students from the region competed against each other in all areas of Business Education at SUNY Adirondack. Tamarac High School had 23 representatives attend. Congratulations to the following students who came back with awards from the competition: Isabella Realbuto: First Place in Entrepreneurship and 4th Place in... Read more »


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College Caravan Event for Juniors

The Tamarac High School Counseling Center is hosting a College Caravan event for juniors on Wednesday, May 17 from 8 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. in the middle school cafeteria. This is an excellent opportunity for juniors to meet with college admissions representatives and get information on schools they may be interested in applying to.  Read more »


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Tamarac NHS Hosts Annual Next Step Day

Tamarac’s National Honor Society hosted the Annual Next Step Day on May 1.  Senior students were asked to wear clothing reflecting their next step – attending a college or university, entering the workforce or joining the military. In addition to students, faculty and staff also participated by wearing clothing from their alma mater or previous... Read more »


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