10:00 AM EES/TAS PTO Welcome Back Breakfast
6:00 PM TAS Open House
8:40 AM - 9:00 AM TAS Share Decision Meeting
7:00 PM BOE Meeting
6:30 PM ENL Parent Night @ TAS
11:00 AM EES/TAS PTO Fall Festival
11:00 AM Raindate: EES/TAS PTO Fall Festival
Recognition Schools are identified as such because they are among the top performing under ESSA for performance, student growth and/or graduation rate; met or exceeded either the school or state measures of interim progress for English language arts and mathematics, rate of Chronic Absenteeism, and College, Career, and Civic Readiness; and met the federally required 95 percent participation rate in the English language arts and mathematics assessments. To view award, click here. For more information and letter, click here.
2020 National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist
Congratulations to High School Senior Camille Vanderwatt for being named a 2020 National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist.
More than 1.5 million students applied for the highly competitive scholarship and the semi-finalists represent less than 1 percent of all high-school seniors in the U.S.
To become a finalist, the program explains that students and a high-school official must submit a detailed application. The application must contain information about a student's academic record, leadership abilities, the honors and awards they've received and more.
Life Changer of the Year Award
Tuttle Avenue second grade teacher Meredith Kramer has been nominated for the Life Changer of the Year Award, a national program sponsored by National Life Group recognizing individuals who make a difference in the lives of their students. Good luck Mrs. Kramer!
NYSSMA All State
Two of our high school students have made New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) All State. Congratulations to Senior Brooke Morabitio for Chorus and Junior Ethan Young for Orchestra.
The Eastport-South Manor Central School District will promote and sustain an educational system which is dedicated to academic excellence and the fulfillment of each individual student's potential.
Through an alliance of educators, parents, students and community, the District will provide a supportive, safe, dynamic learning environment and will strive to graduate students of good character who are intellectually, physically and socially developed, and who are as well prepared as possible for their futures.