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Corrections to Misleading Hartnett/New Tech Community Flyer:
Misleading information is currently being passed door to door by people that do not support the re-purposing of Hartnett. District Corrections to Misleading Hartnett/New Tech Community Flyer Note: The corrections in red in the linked document ... more >>

Parent Math Night 12-4-14:
Parent Math Night - Arrays & Area Models - Thursday, December 4, 6:30-8:00 PM, Homer High School Library. An array is an orderly arrangement of objects, and an area model is a visual way of representing numbers.  Both models ... more >>

Section III Class B Footbal Title Game:
New York State Ranked #4 Homer Trojans versus the New York State Ranked #3 Cazenovia Lakers at the Carrier Dome on  more >>

Wi-Fi access on buses:
Today’s students are busier than ever and having Wi-Fi connectivity allows for learning to be extended. Last year Homer Central School District piloted the use  of Wi-Fi on six of our buses that go on longer runs for field trips or ... more >>

Policy Notice - Student Evaluation:
Homer Central School District   POLICY NOTICE              The Homer School District is sensitive to concerns regarding the criteria used for making student grade promotion and placement ... more >>
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Hartnett Presents To The Board of Education:
Hartnett Elementary School science students in Mrs. Mastroe's 4th-6th grade classes presented the principles of physics to the Board of Education in a vignette written by students.  Prior to the presentation, each student had designed his or her own car with recycled materials from home.  The cars were raced down a ramp to see which car would travel the furthest.  Sir Isaac Newton made a visit from the past only to meet up with Bill Nye the Science Guy.

Salmon River Fish Hatchery:
Homer Junior High seventh graders recently visited the Salmon River Fish Hatchery in Altmar, New York to witness the annual migration of Coho and Chinook salmon to their birthplace. Students got to observe New York's Great Lakes fishery program in action with a tour of the hatchery. Biologists from the Fisher Ave. office greeted the students and gave them an up close opportunity to see the salmon and some daring students even picked them up.. The trip was the culmination of their unit on salmon and trout ecology. This was the 25th consecutive year in which Homer students explored the hatchery, and for the 25th year, hatchery managers said Homer has the best behaved and most prepared students who come to visit the facility. 

Living History Project:
Mrs. F lood's 7th grade art class recently participated in a "Living History Project". W e invited local veterans into school to talk with us about their experiences.  After meeting, the students created art projects in small groups that were given to them as gifts.  Happy Veteran's Day!  

Teachers Raise Money For Breast Cancer:
4th grade teachers at the Intermediate School (left to right: Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Barber, Ms. Cristaldi, Mrs. Fulton, Mrs. Higgins, Mrs. Garrett, Mrs. Poplawski, and Mrs. Leach) donated money to help fund Breast Cancer research and wore pink on 10/29/14 to help raise awareness in our school community.  The teachers can still be seen in the community with pink strips in their hair.    

Play of the Year:
Hom er Central's standout football player, Alec Bush, has been nominated for "Time Warner Cable Sports Channel football play of the year".  This is a contest that recognizes the best plays from the coverage of Time Warner's football games of the week.  Your school is in the running to win $1,000 because it has already been featured on a Time Warner Cable Sports Channel game of the week! The Time Warner Cable Sports Channel Play of the Year contest recognizes the best plays from our coverage of high school football this fall. Each weekly winner will advance to a final competition at the end of the season that will crown a Play of the Year. Along with those bragging rights, a $1,000 Grand Prize will be awarded to the school that executed the winning Play of ... more >>

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Homer Central School District
Ms. Nancy Ruscio, Superintendent

80 South West Road
Homer, NY 13077

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