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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-Smith, Mr. Cruz, Mr. Kolar
Phone: (631) 471-1400


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REMINDER - Students should only be staying after school for 9th period if they are in a faculty supervised activity.


2017-2018 Alpha Student Assignments

Counselor

9th

10th

11th

12th

Ms. Laura Leonardi

A-Caf

A-Br

A-Car

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Ms. Beth Farber

Car-D’

Bu-De

Cas-E

C-E

Ms. Christine Launer

Da-Gi

Di-Gl

F-Ha

F-H

Ms. Jennifer Conti

Go-Ka

Go-K

He-Map

I-Le

Ms. Kathleen Morgillo

Ke-McD

L-Mo

Mar-N

Li-Mo

Mr. Deana Huisman

McG-O

Mu-Q

O-R

Mu-P

Mr. Ed Manly

P-Sca

R-S

S

Q-Si

Mr. Christopher Scott

Sce-Z

T-Z

T-Z

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Mrs. Carolyn Roell
(Special Education)

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A-Z

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A-Z

 


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.

 


Useful Information


Class of 2018 Yearbook

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In the News

Sachem Student-Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

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On Thursday, Nov. 9, multiple student-athletes from both Sachem High School East and Sachem High School North signed their National Letters of Intent to play college sports next year.  

“It’s always a proud day for Sachem when our student-athletes sign their National Letters of Intent to play at the next level,” said Sachem Athletic Director Gary Beutel. “These individuals have dedicated themselves academically and athletically in order to achieve this success. We wish them the best of luck in their future academic and athletic careers. We know they will represent Sachem proudly at their future institutions.”

The following students were recognized:

Sachem North
-Grace Lipponer, Manhattan College, lacrosse
-Ashley Perrini, NYIT, lacrosse
-Hailey Rhatigan, Mercer University, lacrosse

Sachem East
-Justin Allone, Seton Hall University, cross country
-Taylor Calvagna, Hartford College, lacrosse
-Danielle Cosgrove, University of Notre Dame, basketball
-Pete Engelken, Marist College, lacrosse
-Craig Leonard, LIU Post, baseball
-Daniel Palermo, Iona College, baseball
 

Sachem Students Share Kindness

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Sachem ROCKS – Reach Out Choose Kindness Sachem. A simple acronym with a meaningful message is blanketed across the new kindness rock garden in front of Sachem High School North thanks to a program to promote kindness in a unique way.

An initiative that began in Andrea Biblow, Carrie Dansky, Jamie Durkin, Cheryl Haugie and Lauren Puleo’s communication skills classroom as a hands-on activity for speech and language students has transformed into a project with much more meaning. Painting by the dozens, these students are working to transform ordinary rocks into colorful pieces of art inscribed with uplifting messages of kindness. Once completed, the rocks are then placed outside, creating a vibrant kindness garden in front of the school. 

During this ongoing project, students have received special help from members of the Suffolk County Police Department, fellow students and parents, as all were invited to participate and create their own colorful kindness rocks. Extending the garden further, transition program students who work throughout the Sachem community practicing life skills in a real-world setting have been placing decorated rocks at their destinations, spreading kindness wherever they go. 

All who have participated are encouraged to include the hashtag “Sachem ROCKS” on their designs in order to help spread the kindness project beyond the borders of the school community. 

Throughout the month of November, opportunities for students to create their own rocks will be offered within the building to continue to promote the power of kindness. 

 

Sachem Students Teach Students

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Students from Sachem High Schools North and East came together for a day of training as part of the Teens as Teachers Substance Abuse Prevention and Education Program club and course. The program, which included multiple guest speakers from across Suffolk County, featured interactive activities designed to strengthen students’ skills as peer educators as they work collectively as community liaisons, educating youth and promoting a safe and healthy lifestyle. 

The peer educators within the program facilitate lessons to sixth-grade students around the district on how to resist pressures to use drugs and alcohol. The skills-based health education program is designed to mitigate risk factors and build the basis for a safe, supportive and respectful learning environment. The Too Good for Drugs (TGFD) curriculum is used to put social and emotional learning to work through fun and interactive lessons, building the self-confidence young people need to make healthy choices and achieve success.

The training program organized by Sachem Health Education Department educators Patricia Broderick, Lori Hewlett and Kristen Maccarone began with a brief presentation from Sachem substance abuse and violence prevention counselors. Then the students transitioned into an inspirational presentation given by Kym Laube, executive director of HUGS Inc., about the importance of leadership. 

Following the guest speakers, students separated into groups and practiced presenting the lessons they will be delivering to the district’s sixth-grade students in the coming months. 

Nine Seniors Named National Merit Commended Students

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Nine Sachem Central School District seniors have been named Commended Students in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program.

At the end of September, about 34,000 of the approximately 50,000 highest scorers were chosen for this honor based on their PSAT/NMSQT results. Paul Noble and Nobonita Paul have been chosen from High School North and Timothy Chiu, Kayli Manalo, Nicholas Manzella, Kayla Miranda, Emma Rigaud, Alecia Robins and Rachel Yaker have been selected from High School East.

Selected students receive letters of commendation in recognition of their outstanding academic performance and become candidates to be chosen for special scholarships sponsored by corporate businesses.  

North (L-R): Nobonita Paul, Paul Noble.  

East (L-R): Timothy Chiu, Nicholas Manzella, Kayla Miranda, Rachel Yaker, Emma Rigaud, Kayli Manalo, Alecia Robins


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