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Samoset Middle School

51 School St.
Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
631-471-1700
Principal: Mr. James Horan
Assistant Principals: Mr.Thomas Desmond
                                  Mrs. Carissa Hagan   

 

  

Samoset Spirit wear is back!!

 

Daily Announcements 

Liberty Science Center Parent Chaperone letter

7th Grade Liberty Science Permission Slip

Sports Schedules

Staff Directory

Extended Learning Opportunity Modules

Student Leaders of the Month
          October

                             

 Andrew Metzger
6th Grade    

 

 Helena Nobile
7th Grade 

 

Krista Rath
8th Grade

 

September

6th Grade Elizabeth Miessmer
7th Grade Brandon O'Neil
8th Grade Victoria Corcoran

 

 

       

 


 

 

 

Box Tops for Education are being collected all year!
Bring your box tops in on Wednesdays to be collected during lunch.
Every 10 Box Tops equals 1 Samoset buck!

 

 


MISSION STATEMENT

The Sachem Family (students, parents, employees and residents)
works interdependently to develop LEADERS of great CHARACTER who are highly
COMPETENT, CONFIDENT, and CARING.
Most importantly, we are motivating our students to become the best possible version of themselves.
WE ARE SACHEM!!!


 

       
       

 

App Permission and
Privacy Document

*New! Sachem App for
Android and Apple devices.

 

A Letter About NYSED
Assessments
from the
Superintendent

 

Samoset Middle School
Parent Involvement Policy



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6th Grade
Kurt Johnson
7th Grade
Bushra Rahman
8th Grade
Hannah Saglimbeni


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rahman image
Saglimbeni image
6th Grade
Kurt Johnson
7th Grade
Bushra Rahman
8th Grade
Hannah Saglimbeni


 

In the News

Music Tech Magic at Samoset

Music Tech Magic at Samoset photo
Captivating musical creativity filled the Samoset Middle School auditorium as sixth-grade students and faculty attended a music technology assembly presented by Brent Daniels, an award-winning composer, producer, sound designer and recording artist. 

Utilizing the latest in music technology, Daniels delivered an eye-opening assembly that explored the many ways to manipulate sound to create music. With the help from student volunteers, Daniels recorded sounds created by the students and crafted them into a seamless musical production. 

Throughout the assembly, Daniels reiterated the accessibility of technology such as the common Mac program Garage Band that is capable of mirroring the musical magic he performed for the students.  




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