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Sachem High School East

177 Granny Road,
Farmingville, N.Y. 11738
Principal: Mr. Antonetti
Assistant Principals: Mrs. Johnson, Mr. CariddiMrs. Dr. DeBello, and Mr. Perlongo
Phone: (631) 716-8200


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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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Friday, 9/13/19 -B Day

Today's Project Happiness theme is Freedom Friday. If it causes you more pain than happiness, let it go. What thoughts could you let go of today to feel a little lighter? We need to let it go or we will be dragged.
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Congratulations to the Girls Tennis Team for defeating Rocky Point last night 7-0. Lorraine Podlesny won 10-2 at first singles, Jordyn Ribaudo beat her opponent at second singles 10-0, Nikita Karnik won easily at third singles by the score of 10-0 and Sophie Cariaso followed suit with a 10-0 win at fourth singles. Kyra Bello and Julie Rowan won at first doubles 10- 1 while Kelly Lindsay and Laci Scofield crushed Rocky Point's second doubles team 10-0 and Carly Green and Annie Capito won easily at third doubles 10-1. The victory raises the teams record to 5-0. They play Patchogue Medford this afternoon at home.
The JV Girls' Soccer team tied Northport yesterday 0-0 to stay undefeated in Division 1. Their record now stands at 2 wins and 1 tie. Coach Monsen is extremely proud of all the ladies on the team for the effort in the hard fought battle.

THE SACHEM EAST CLUB FAIR IS GOING TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH DURING 9TH PERIOD IN THE C WING, SECOND FLOOR. THERE WILL BE SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE FROM MUSIC PRODUCTION, ART, GSA, ROBOTICS, DRAMA, CLASS/STUDENT GOVERNMENTS AND SO MUCH MORE. COME CHECK IT OUT!!!

ATTENTION ALL SENIORS SENIOR PORTRAITS OCTOBER 7TH AND OCTOBER 8th ......DID YOU MISS HAVING YOUR SENIOR PORTRAITS TAKEN FOR THE YEARBOOK? PLEASE CHECK THE POSTED LISTS OUTSIDE OF C175 AND THE CAFÉ FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE YOUR PORTRAITS RETAKEN, PLEASE REPORT TO THE AUDITORIUM DURING YOUR LUNCH PERIOD TO CHECK FOR AVAILABLE APPOINTMENTS.

Diversity Club will hold its first meeting TODAY in room A324 to discuss the Club Fair, Homecoming Carnival and earning community service hours! All are welcome.

First Model United Nations Club Meeting will be in room A329 on Monday September 16th. Please see Ms. Fatscher with any questions. All students serious in holding an officer position must attend.

All students interested in 10th Grade Class Government: There will be meeting on Tuesday September 17th directly after school in room B 302. Please see Mr. Holden with any questions. This Club is open to all tenth graders.

There will be the first SADD Club meeting of the year this Tuesday September 17th In the Courtroom after school. Come out and join a great club and make a difference in the World. Don't forget SADD Club this Tuesday in the courtroom after school. All new members welcome.

There will be an informational meeting for the National Art Honor Society and Art Club on Tuesday, September 17th, 9th period in room c151. This meeting is for all new and returning members. Please see Mrs. Wrigley if you have any questions.

Any 11th or 12th grade student interested in becoming an officer of the Foreign Language Honor Society, should attend a brief but mandatory meeting On Wednesday September 18 in room A209. All former officers must attend if they would like to re-apply for positions!


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10 Reasons to Volunteer

 

 

1. Make a difference.
Volunteering is about giving back. With a team of like-minded people by your side, you’ll get the chance to be a part of something bigger than yourself: to immerse yourself in different experiences, to instigate change at a grassroots level and along the way, to gain new perspective.
2. Change a life.
We believe the most beneficial thing we can do is to give people opportunities, not handouts. With us, you will lay the foundations of durable change and improvement in the lives of the communities you work with.
3. Give back to the causes most meaningful to you.
Pick your volunteer work based on what inspires you most. Whether it’s animal conservation, primary education, or construction work, you will create positive change in the world.
4. Gain a new perspective.
As the saying goes, “life begins at the end of your comfort-zone”. We come from extremely privileged countries in terms of both opportunities and amenities, and often do not realize the hardships others endure. You will be amazed how much you can take away from a summer volunteer experience and how it allows you to see the world in a different way.
5. Make a real connection.
Volunteering means you’ll have the chance to work alongside people from all over the country and make life-long friendships!

 

6. Real-world experience.
Releasing baby turtles, teaching English in underprivileged primary schools, laying foundations and building houses, preparing lunch for up to 100 children, cleaning crocodile enclosures, refurbishing classrooms, making enrichment toys for elephants… talk about real-world experience! You will bring home skills you never even knew existed!
7. Learn new skills.
Volunteering abroad is eye-opening, and the perfect opportunity to challenge yourself: you’ll learn to problem-solve, work with a team, be resourceful and adapt to life in an unfamiliar environment. These are skills that will benefit you for the rest of your life, no matter what field of work you chose.
8. Boost your resume for college applications.
As a general rule, recruiters look out for people with community involvement. It helps to create a positive impression, makes you more innovative, creative and gives you a range of useful skills. More importantly, college recruiters look at community involvement from students as a demonstration of leadership.
9. It's fun!
Volunteer work can be demanding, but it’s also a whole lot of fun!
10. Start Today: https://www.volunteernewyork.org/

(by Vesabroad)

 


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Technology Creates Collaboration Among Community

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Solder joined together more than wires during the Build It Forward Project at Sachem High Schools East and North as students worked collaboratively with the Sachem Public Library to assemble a pair of 3D printers constructed of mostly 3D printed parts.

The yearlong collaborative effort created an important community connection in which the Sachem Public Library aided students in the assembly of a fully functional 3D printer. Working to construct individual printing devices, 3D Printing students at High School North and Computer Repair Technician students at High School East conferred with library staff as they referenced plans and printed parts of the printer on a 3D printer they had in the classroom. 

“Pooling our resources and working with open source designs and software, our students can collaborate in the planning, printing, building and even refining of the parts and pieces necessary for the project,” said Administrative Assistant for Instructional Technology Jack Renda. “As we integrate with our technology department and the focus of our elementary STEAM lessons in problem-solving and innovating, we know this real-world application will be an outstanding learning experience.”

Together students reviewed the intricate plans before printing each piece of the printer that they were tasked with constructing. As part of the tedious construction process, students displayed their knowledge of wiring, electronics, electronic communication and the installation of firmware and software. 

With the completion of the extensive project, the connection will continue between the library and school district as they plan to utilize the two 3D printers to create other printers for middle school and elementary school buildings throughout the district in the future. 

“We are thrilled to be partnering once again with the Sachem Public Library on this project,” Renda said. “Together, we continue to build great relationships with our buildings and libraries, and are excited for the opportunity our students will receive learning in depth about the inner workings of these devices as we build them.” 



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