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Sachem High School North

212 Smith Road
Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 11779

Principal: Mrs. Patricia Trombetta
Assistant Principals: Mr. Miller, Ms. Flanagan, Mr. Cruz, Mr. Kolar
Phone: (631) 471-1400


AS A FOLLOW UP FROM THE SECURITY VULNERABILITY THREAT ASSESSMENT, BURMA ROAD WILL BE UTILIZED BY BUSES ONLY. THERE WILL BE NO THRU TRAFFIC PERMITTED.

 


A reminder that parents/guardians need to call and make appointments with the guidance counselors if a meeting is requested. With the new security measures in place, a meeting must be scheduled in order to be seen. Thank you for your cooperation. 


Sachem North Drama Company Presents Cyrano


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Announcements


Click HERE or The EVENTS LINK on the left for Information about all upcoming events!

Senior Trip Registration Forms are now in the Events section.


2019 - 2020 Alpha Student Assignments

Counselor

Counselor

Telephone

AP

Psychologist

9th

10th

11th

12th

L. Leonardi

Ext. 5576

K. Miller

M. Michelson

A-K

B. Farber

Ext. 5557

B. Kolar

C. Kearney

A-Ashe

C

A– Bel

Cal-D’

A-And

Bu-De

C. Launer

Ext. 5559

J. Cruz

C. Kearney

D-G

Lock-Mara

Da-Gi

Kee-Kis

Di-Gi

La-Manc

J. Conti

Ext. 5556

J. Cruz

C. Ruggero

J. Boccafola

H-Li

Marc-Mich

Go-Ka

Kol-Lli

Go-K

Mane-McC

S. Krass

Ext. 5551

K. Miller

M. Michelson

L-Z

M. Deletrain

Ext. 5558

J. Cruz

C. Ruggero

Mid-Ri

LoC-O

McL-Q

E. Manly

Ext. 5555

C. Flanagan

C. Ruggero

 

Bla-But

Ro-S

Boni-By

P-Sca

Bis-Bru

R-S

C. Scott

Ext. 5565

B. Kolar

J. Boccafola

Ashr-Bitt

T-Z

Ber-Bona

Sce-Z

Ann-Bie

T-Z

C. Roell

Ext. 5560

B. Kolar

C. Flanagan

J. Boccafola

C. Kearney

M. Michelson

C. Ruggero

B. Kolar:  (15:1)

C. Flanagan:  (8:1 and 12:1)

 

    SUE HANCE-DEPARTMENT CHAIRPERSON, GRADES 9-12   Ext. 5550, AP—B. Kolar

 


 


Testing Calendar

The Secondary Departmental Testing Calendar was created to honor our students' ability to prepare for assessments by minimizing the amount of tests taken at once.

SEPTEMBER

●     Rosh Hashanah-9/30

OCTOBER

●        Rosh Hashanah-10/1

●        Yom Kippur- 10/9

●        Columbus Day-10/14

NOVEMBER

●      Testing Days-11/1-11/8 (Each day within this window is assigned as a testing day numbered as in Key below 1-6)

●      End of Marking Period – 11/8

DECEMBER

●      Holiday Break- 12/23-1/3

JANUARY

●      Testing Days – 1/10-1/17(Each day within this window is assigned as a testing day numbered as in Key below 2-1)

●        High School Midterm Week/Regents Week-1/21-1/24

●        End of Marking Period 2 – 1/24

FEBRUARY

●      Winter Recess – 2/17-2/21

MARCH

●      Testing Days – 3/20-3/27(Each day within this window is assigned as a testing day numbered as in Key below 3-2)

●      End of Marking Period 3- 3/27

APRIL

●      Spring Break  - 4/6-4/10 

MAY/JUNE

●      Memorial Day Weekend – 5/22-5/25

●      Testing Days- 6/9-6/16 (Each day within this window is assigned as a testing day numbered as in Key below 4-3)

●        End of Marking Period 4- 6/16

●     Secondary Finals/Regents Week- 6/17-6/25   *June 2nd- US History

Testing Key

❖  Day 1: Art, Music, ESL

❖  Day 2: Math, Social Studies

❖  Day 3: English, Math Extended/LAB

❖  Day 4: LOTE, Electives

❖  Day 5: Science, Technology, Business, FCS, Phys Ed/Health

❖  Day 6: Science Extended/LAB

 

 

 


Mission Statement

Social consciousness and motivation lead to the establishment of short and long-range goals. These goals will be achieved by applying the skills necessary to become productive, knowledgeable, and responsible members of society. Our mission will be promoted by a creative enthusiastic, dedicated, and student-centered staff who is implementing a challenging and thought-provoking curriculum in a learning environment that is safe, nurturing, and stimulating.

 


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In the News

Sachem Student Selected as Future Medical Leader

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This past June, Sachem High School North junior Solbright Llivicura attended the National Leadership Academies’ prestigious Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston. 

Students selected to attend the conference are recommended by their teacher or guidance counselor for leadership ability, academic achievement and dedication to science and related fields while also holding a GPA of 3.25 or above. 

The three-day conference included numerous invigorating medical seminars, which explored topics such as genetics, biomedical engineering, nanotechnology, regenerative medicine, real-time brain imaging and the advancement of modern medicine, led by world-renowned scientists and leaders in medicine. Speakers included winners of the Nobel Prize, award-winning young inventors and prominent medical school deans. 

“It was an eye-opening experience, I loved it,” Solbright said. “I had the opportunity to meet people from across the country and gain excellent insight on ways to succeed in the future.”  

Solbright is enrolled in Advanced Placement Statistics and is an integral member of several clubs, including the Cultural Club, Leos Club, Making Connections Club, Robinhood Club and the STEM Club. 




Sachem Student-Musicians Chosen for NYSSMA All-State

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Nine talented student-musicians from Sachem High School North and East were selected to showcase their musical mastery during the 2019 New York State School Music Association’s All-State Festival at the Rochester Convention Center in Rochester, New York, from Dec. 5-8.

From High School East, Natalie Hartmann has been selected as an alto to perform in the mixed chorus. Additionally, Kayleigh Di Brico and Valeria Mei have been selected as alternates to play the violin. 

From High School North, Emily Ashby will perform as a soprano in the mixed chorus, Brett Lynott will perform as a tenor in the mixed chorus and Nistha Boghra will play the flute with the symphonic band. Selected as alternates, Mili Das will play the violin, Alyssa Koza will sing in the chorus as a soprano and Ryan Sojka will play the saxophone. 

The arduous selection process for selecting an All-State musician includes teacher recommendations, audition scores at the NYSMMA solo evaluation festival during the prior spring and exemplary participation in other performing organizations. Approximately 7,000 students audition for the eight All-State performing groups and just under 900 are selected to participate annually. 
  
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