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Sagamore Guidance Department

Guidance Department phone number: 631-696-8600 option 3; Fax: 631-732-1756

The Guidance Department is beginning to schedule for next year:

6th to 7th Grade Programming Letter

7th to 8th Grade Programming Letter

8th to 9th Grade Programming Letter

Guidance Staff

6th Grade Counselor

Mrs. Sabrina Sorrentino

ssorrentino@sachem.edu   

(631) 696 - 8600   Ext. 3

 

7th Grade Counselor

Mr. Dan Zilberstein   

dzilberstein@sachem.edu     

(631) 696 - 8600   Ext. 3

 

8th Grade Counselor

Ms. Jennifer Jargo

jjargo@sachem.edu

(631) 696 - 8600    Ext. 3

 

Psychologist

Dr. Scott Dohrman

sdohrman@sachem.edu

(631) 696 - 8600   Ext. 3937

 

Social Worker

Mrs. Jennifer Romanski    

jromanski@sachem.edu

(631) 696 - 8600   Ext. 3936

 

Student Assistance Counselor

Ms. Melissa Bennett

mbennett@sachem.edu

(631) 696 - 8600   Ext. 3

 

Guidance Secretary

Mrs. Jane Riker

jriker@sachem.edu

(631) 696 - 8600   Ext. 3

 

The Town of Brookhaven Youth Bureau all Sachem Community members to join a virtual screening of “Angst”, a documentary designed to raise awareness about anxiety.  This film includes interviews with kids, teens, educators, experts, parents and a very special interview with Michael Phelps.

To register, click on this link.
For additional information, please contact the Youth Bureau at 631-451-8011

TOB film

 

The Guidance Department Presents:

A Virtual Curriculum Slideshow

 

Counseling Services: On-line Services for Parents/Students

In the News

Sagamore Students Study the Life Cycle of an Egg

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Seventh grade students at Sagamore Middle School recently have been exploring the life cycle of quail as part of a study that included an incubator holding eggs in the school’s library.

Over several weeks the eggs were held in the incubator for students to view before they hatched following spring break. The young chicks were then returned to Center for Environmental Education and Discovery to be released in the wild on Long Island.

Date Added: 5/25/2022

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