Tamarac High School presents 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' on March 8 & 9th at 7 p.m. Tickets are $7 each, general admission and will sold at the door.
Thank You Deputy Loeper!
Join the Tamarac Clay Target Team! Students who are 12 years old+ with a state issued hunter education certificate are eligible. Any new athletes who would like to join our team should contact Michelle Furlong (email@example.com). For more information about the League, please visit the website at www.nyclaytarget.com.
High School yearbooks are quickly selling out. Be sure you have a yearbook in June - reserve your copy today. https://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A05396450 If you want to check whether or not you have already purchased a yearbook email Beth Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior students in Ms. Carroll's Sociology class completed an "Establishing Values" activity over the past few days. For Sociologists, values are broad ideas by which people define what is desirable or undesirable, superior or inferior, good or bad etc. in a society. Students listened to a series of statements about polarizing topics in American society and expressed their opinions first by moving around the classroom to different signs and then by engaging in thoughtful discussion about each topic. The students did a great job listening to their peers, even on topics where their values differed. Well done, Seniors!
While we didn’t capture it on video, Abraham Lee captured the hearts of all who were in attendance at the Tamarac Boys Modified basketball game on Tuesday, February 6th. During the last three minutes of the game, a member of the Hoosick Valley basketball team with special needs came off the bench onto the court. Abraham had possession of the ball, looked at his coach and passed it to the opposing player, who from nearly the three point line, took the shot and SUNK IT! The gym exploded with excitement including Abraham who was jumping for joy. Coach Willetts and a referee from the game complemented Abraham and his sportsmanship for letting the opposing teammate shoot and score! We applaud you Abraham for showing what it means to be a good person and a great Bengal!
We hope your week brings you all the carefree feels of the rainbow parachute in gym class!
Attention students who would like to attend a Questar CTE program for the 2024-2025 school year. Applications are in the Counseling Center. The applications are due to the Counseling Center by March 8th. Any student taking a college in the high school class, please make sure you see your teacher about due dates.
February Cafeteria Menus are out! Check them out here: https://www.brunswickcsd.org/documents/food-service/breakfast-%26-lunch-menus/159843
The Girls JV game in Granville this evening is cancelled and will be rescheduled to a later date.
Bus 122 - Route 1 will be late today. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Brunswick CSD will operate on a two hour delay today, Monday, January 29th.
Tomorrow is a half day for all students due to Staff Development. Tomorrow is also WEAR RED for Big Red Day for the district and Disney Spirit Day in the Elementary School.
The Board of Education Meeting will take place this evening in person in the Secondary School LGI and will also be Live Streamed on our BCSD YouTube page starting at 7 p.m.
Brunswick CSD will operate on a two hour delay today, Wednesday, January 24th due to inclement weather and travel conditions. Elementary: The Elementary School will follow the normal two hour delay schedule. Transportation will be provided. Secondary: Only students taking the College Physics Semester Exam, Algebra I or US History exams will report to the Secondary School today. Exams will be administered starting at 11 a.m. and students should plan to attend 15 minutes prior to the start time. Students may take regular 2-hour delay transportation to Brunswick CSD prior to their exam. Afternoon transportation will not be provided. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
We are saddened by the recent loss of Wendy Tarricone, a Tamarac Elementary Teacher of over 30 years. We send our deepest condolences to Wendy's family and friends. https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/timesunion-albany/name/wendy-tarricone-obituary?id=54097301
Tonight's Home boys basketball games are canceled. Tonight's wrestling match in Cobleskill will be rescheduled to Thursday, January 25th at 6 p.m.
A reminder for next week's schedule!
Mrs. Danckwerth's Public Speaking class recently celebrated by hosting a mock wedding for their final. Students were asked to write a speech for the bride and groom and deliver it in front of the 'bridal party'. They enjoyed dressing up, a wedding cake, decorations and bubbly drinks in the LGI.
The Art of Adulting class received presentations from Meghan Johnson, a Broadview representative, over the past few weeks in the LGI. The course 'Build a Better Budget' brought about discussion on how to build a budget that balances current needs and wants along with a foundation for financial independence and future goals. Identify budget techniques and methods and explore ways to manage spending and saving in relation to current income, categorized expenses, mindful spending, record-keeping, and organizing money. The following weeks presentation was 'Understanding and Managing Credit' and brought about a discussion on how financial decisions made today can greatly impact the future and how to manage credit responsibly, how to obtain credit, and the meaning of credit scores and credit reports.