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Sagamore Middle School

57 Division Street                            
Holtsville, NY 11742                             
Phone: (631) 696 - 8600

Principal: Frank Panasci
Assistant Principals: Donna Gregory and John Galligan


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Sachem's 2018-19 Calendar Summary

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Grit ‘N Wit Permission Form for Sagamore Day - May 22, 2019

Important Reminders:
1. Waiver must be signed and initialed (6 initial areas) by a parent or guardian 
in order to participate in the Grit ‘N Wit event.  No exceptions! 

2. Waiver must be handed in to B-Day Homeroom before May 21st 

3. Proper footwear (sneakers) must be worn on the day of the event in order to participate

4. Print the Grit ‘N Wit Permission Form / Waiver here. 

grit  wit

 

Grade 8 Students: Get Your Class Picture!
Last month the Sagamore 8th grade class gathered to take a class picture. Kathy Stanley Photography has the Sagamore 8th grade class picture available for purchase. The cost of the 8x10 print is $15.00. If you would like to purchase the picture, please fill out the attached order form, return with a check for $15 made out to “Kathy Stanley Photography” and bring to the main office. All orders are due no later than Wednesday May 22, 2019. (NO LATE ORDERS WILL BE ACCEPTED) 

 

Daily Announcements

Final Exam Schedule

Algebra Regents Review Classes


Academic Awards Night - Community Service Recognition
Students can apply for the Community Service Award if they have completed 50 or more hours of community service during this school year.  Award Description and Application

 

Dates to Note:

Monday, May 20
Grade 7 Field Trip- Chelsea Piers

Tuesday, May 21

School Budget/BOE Member Vote

Wednesday, May 22
Sagamore Day!

Thursday, May 23 -Tuesday, May 28
Memorial Day Weekend (extended!)-Schools Closed

Thursday, June 6
Grade 6 Trip to Mets - City Field

Thursday, June 11
Art Show in the Sagamore Library, 6:00 PM

Academic Awards Night, Auditorium 7:00 - 9:00 PM

Friday, June 14

Grade 8 Dinner Dance

Monday, June 17
Assembly: K9's in Flight
Per 1 - 6th grade
Per 3 - 7th grade
Per 7 - 8th grade

Lunch/Yearbook Signing for 8th Graders, Periods 6 - 8

 

Final Exam Schedule

Algebra Regents Review Classes

Earth Day Contest: 

Mrs. Grant (Environmental Club) and Mrs. Esp (Critter Club)  held a poster contest for Earth day, with the theme "Save our Species!"  Students and staff were invited to vote on their favorites.  Congratulations to our winners, and many thanks to all students who participated!  

The winners are:

1st Place:   Alexia Dutton and Jason Beaulieu
2nd Place: Chloe Walsh
3rd Place:  Jordan Dinner and Sophia Hammond

 

 

Congratulations to Bridget Mitchell!
Bridget came in second place in a writing contest run by the Suffolk County Executive
and Asian-American Advisory Board.  The theme of the writing contest was promoting cultural understanding and social harmony. Bridget is to be awarded $150 at a ceremony honoring her and several other outstanding writers from Suffolk County on May 25th.  Sagamore is very proud of Bridget and all of the students who entered.

Bridget

 

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Please take a look at our School Handbook.

 

Yearbooks are on sale now.   Click here to purchase your yearbook!

 

For Students in 8th Grade 8th to 9th Grade Programming Letter

For Students in 7th Grade - 7th to 8th Grade Programming Letter

For Students in 6th Grade - 6th to 7th Grade Programming Letter

 

Breakfast Pass Information
The attached form needs to be filled out and returned to the AP Office to participate in the Sagamore Breakfast program.  Students will be provided a pass for the bus driver and cafeteria supervisors once the form has been submitted. 

In the News

Field Trip

Italian Fat Tuesday Celebrated at Sachem’s Middle Schools

In honor of ‘Fat Tuesday’ (‘mardi gras’ to most but martedi grasso to Italians) and the carnival season, the 7th grade Italian classes at all middle schools in the district learned about ‘Carnevale’ and how it was celebrated hundreds of years ago in various cities throughout Italy. Students watched videos about the history of ‘Carnevale’, with a focus on Venice, which is the most well-known for its costumes and masks and also about how most traditions are still celebrated in modern times. Our students made masks which represented the alter ego they decided to portray during our masquerade ball and interviewed one another in the target language. They also celebrated ‘Fat Tuesday’ with a party of their own, at which they sampled delicious Italian food typical of ‘Carnevale’. The 7th graders had a blast and their favorite part was definitely watching the video of the Battle of Oranges (Battaglia delle Arance), which takes place every year in the small, northern Italian city of Ivrea.

 

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