Somers Public Schools
Somers Public Schools

Somers High School News

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES

 September 11: Underclass Yearbook Pictures

October 4: Early Release & Parent Conferences

October 8: No School - Columbus Day
October 16: Retakes for Underclass Pictures

October 26: No School - Professional Development

 

Other Information

2018-2019 School Calendar

2018-2019 STRIVE Calendar

-View the August/September Lunch Menu

-View the Course Selection Guide 2018-2019


-View the Principal's Newsletter - June Edition

-Core Values and Beliefs 2017

-Using PSAT 8-9 Scores

-Understanding PSAT 8-9 Results 2017

-PSAT NMSQT PPT 2017 Grades 10 and 11

-View the Senior Exit Survey

- View the Presentation of the NEASC Visiting Committee Report




The Results are In - CONGRATS!
The SHS Yearbook Team displays recent recognitions: CSPA Gold Medalists (national competition), NESPA 2nd Place All-New England, NESPA "Highest Honor" overall quality, NESPA "Special Achievement" for Theme and Cover Design, and 3rd place "Lifetouch National School Studios Yearbook Showcase Contest" for all of the U.S. and Canada.
For more info visit: www.SomersHighYearbook.com


Mission Statement
Everyone at Somers High School will work to foster a learning community characterized by academic excellence, intellectual curiosity, creative expression, responsible citizenship, personal growth, and respect for all.
Somers High School's 21st Century Learning Expectations
  • Reading - Demonstrate the ability to think critically by reading challenging material and effectively communicating its meaning and usage.
  • Communication - Demonstrate the skills necessary to effectively communicate through writing and/or speaking.
  • Problem Solving - Demonstrate critical thinking in problem solving and reasoning in order to analyze, solve problems, and clearly communicate the solution.
  • Technology - Demonstrate appropriate use of technology to support communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking.
  • Creative Expression - Create, perform, and respond to the arts with understanding and recognize the role of the arts in expressing and communicating the human experience.
  • Civic and Social - Demonstrate positive citizenship to the school community characterized by respect, responsibility, integrity and kindness.