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Mission Statement

  The mission of the Sachem High School East community is to educate and graduate young adults who achieve personal excellence through the principles of respect, recognition, responsibility, opportunity, belonging, and security.

 
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Principal's Desk
 
Testing & Transportation Schedules 2015
GRADUATION 2015!

If weather conditions are such that we have to cancel our graduation ceremony on Friday, June 26, 2015, a connect-ed call will be made. Graduation will then be rescheduled for Saturday, June 27 th at 11:30 a.m.

Reporting time for the graduates will be 10:45. If rain continues on Sunday, please check the Sachem web for the session and reporting times that have been assigned to you .

Session 1 – 9:00 a.m.

Report time 8:30 a.m.

Session II – 12:00 p.m.

Report time 11:30 a.m.

Session III – 3:00 p.m.

Report time – 2:30 p.m.


2015 SENIOR PARKING APPLICATIONS

THIS IS THE ANNOUNCEMENT THAT ALL JUNIORS ALL HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR!!!!

SENIOR PARKING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR PICK-UP IN MR. GALLIGAN’S OFFICE (C175) AND THE MAIN OFFICE.

PLEASE RETURN YOUR APPLICATION TO MR. GALLIGAN’S OFFICE BY JUNE 5TH.

ORDER THE YEARBOOK!

Guidance Department News


CLICK HERE! GUIDANCE HANDBOOK 2014-2015

Course Recommendations

It is time to begin planning for the 2015-2016 academic year. The guidance counselors will be working with parents and students through the end of April to complete course recommendations for the upcoming school year.

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

National Honor Societies

New Website for ALL
National Honor Societies!

Click Here!

Hilltop Herald

The new Hilltop Herald is now available. Parents and students can get news about the first day of school and more.

New Castle Learning

We are pleased to announce that all 9 th grade students now have access to Castle Learning Online. This web-based tool will allow your child to review, do homework assignments, and take practice exams in Math, Science, Social Studies, English, and L.O.T.E. from any Internet connected device.

Please see the links below for parent and student information. Your child should use the following to access their account:

Login :   sac.firstinitiallastname

Password: Student I.D. #

Letter for Parents
Form for Students !

 

 

Local Exams (Classroom Finals)

State Exams (Regents Exams)

Transportation Schedule

Summer Assignments 2015

Click here for Summer Assignments!

Senior Prom


Volunteer in the Summer

Volunteer work presents a great opportunity for teenagers to prepare for the future, as well as to improve their communities. In addition to boosting socializing skills and awareness of local organizations and social issues, high school students who volunteer often may have an advantage over their peers when headed off to college.

1. Gaining New Skills
With each new volunteer activity comes training. These skills may seem basic or trivial at the time of training, but may also provide building blocks for future success. For example, by managing the receipt, sorting and distribution of donations from community sponsored school supply drives, teens might learn how to use spreadsheets to keep track of inventory. These skills are a great foundation for a job in management, accounting, or running a small business.

2. Adding to the Resume
If a teen's pre-college resume is limited to summer employment at the local pizza place and basic computer skills, it might be time to add a few lines. Commitment to community volunteer work over time shows that a teen is willing to work for something without monetary compensation--much like a college internship, apprenticeship or job shadow experience--which may be a requirement of college programs.

3. Giving Time
One of the most selfless acts anyone can do is donate their time and talents. Teens who are busy with after-school sports or work to help support their families and still make time to volunteer on evenings or weekends show outstanding character and resolve to make a difference. High school students are particularly well-suited to find time to mentor younger youth, connect with residents at a senior center or assist with one-time special events held on weekends.

4. Showing Responsibility
Just like going to a job, committing to a volunteer position shows responsibility. Teens working on becoming more reliable should get involved in volunteer programs relating to their hobbies to naturally build responsibility. For example, teens who love to read can find volunteer opportunities with a local library and teens who enjoy sports can coach athletics at an after-school program for children.

5. Earning Credits
Some high schools mandate a specific number of community volunteer work hours before a student is eligible for graduation. Many volunteer opportunities can translate to high school or college credits. It is important to discuss these opportunities with guidance counselors and administrators before beginning volunteer work. 

PTA News




PTA is going to be holding a Paint Nite fundraiser on October 22 to raise funds for scholarships.



Click HERE for tickets!
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ATTENTION GRADUATING SENIORS:

Sachem East PTA is selling
Graduation Announcements for $1.00 each

If interested please contact Marie Polito ptasachemeast@yahoo.com

All proceeds go to scholarships.
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PTA Fundraising Event!

Help support our fantastic PTA


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