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  • Welcome 6th Grade Students!!

    This is going to be an EXCITING year for you and we want to begin by inviting you and your family to our 6TH GRADE LOCKER NIGHT on:

     

    Tuesday, August 29th at 6:00pm

     

    Come meet your Principal, teachers and take a tour of the middle school!  Find your locker & class rooms, and have a fun night reuniting with your friends. 

     

    This is a perfect time to ask questions and become familiar with your new school. 

     

    We look forward to seeing you there!

     

     

     

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  • FREE meals will be offered within the following qualifying school districts to kids through the USDA Federal / NY State Ed. / Summer Food Program.  Meals are available without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, or disabilities, see specific guidelines for each school district or distribution site.

     

    Clyde Savannah CSD

    FREE!  Summer Food Program sponsorship by Clyde Savannah CSD Food Service Department.  All children 18 and under eat for free!  (Federally Funded Program) No application necessary. 

    For more information call Donna Riviello Food Service Director at 315-902-3060.

    The District will operate the program at the following locations during the dates and times specified:

    Dates:  July 10th -August, 10, 2017

    Where:  Clyde-Savannah Elementary - OPEN SITE

    When:  Monday through Thursday

                - Breakfast 8:00am-8:45am

                - Lunch 11:00am-11:45am

     

    Where:  Savannah Elementary School Camp Site - OPEN SITE

    When:  Monday through Thursday

               - Lunch only 12:30pm-1:00pm

     

    Where:  Clyde Savannah Middle / High School - CLOSED SITE - Enrolled Students Only

    When:  Monday through Thursday

               -  Breakfast: 7:45am-8:00am

               -  Lunch: 12:00pm-12:15pm

     

    Lyons CSD - OPEN SITE

    FREE! Summer Food Service Program sponsorship by the Lyons Central School District Food Service Department.  (Federally Funded Program) Meals will be made available to all attending children 18 and under and person's 21 and under who are mentally or physically challenged.  No application necessary.  Meals are available without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, or disabilities.

    For more information on the Summer Feeding Progam, please contact Vincent Beltrone at (315) 946-2200.  The District will operate the program at the following location during the dates and times specified:

     

    Dates:  Begins July 10th, 2017 through August 15th, 2017

    Where:  Lyons MSHS Cafeteria - 10 Clyde Road, Lyons

    When:  Monday- Friday

               -Breakfast 7:30am-8:30am

               -Lunch: 11:30am-12:30pm

     

    Newark Summer Free Kids Lunch Sites -OPEN SITE -Bag lunches served until gone

    All children 18 and under receive a bag lunch on a first come, first served basis.

    Sponsoring Organization ARC Wayne County Chapter Inc.

    Date:  July 10-August 11

              Days- Monday through Friday

    Where:  Newark Public Library 121 High Street

    Time:  11:15am-12:15pm

     

    Date:  July 10-August 10

              Days-Monday through Thursday

    Where:  First Baptist Church of Newark 133 East Miller Street

    Time:  12:00pm -1:00pm

     

    Date:  July 10-August 10

             Days- Monday through Thursday

    Where:  Newark Housing Authority Windsong Terrace 1 Marie Avenue

    Time:  10:00am-11:00am

     

    Date:  All Year Round

            Days-Tuesday through Thursday

    Where:  Emanuel United Methodist Church 301 East Miller Street, Newark

    Time:  12:00pm-1:00pm

     

    North Rose-Wolcott CSD

    Free! Summer Food Program-sponsorship by the NRW Central School District Food Service Department.  All children 18 and under eat for free (Federally Funded Progam). For further information call Nancy Younglove, School Lunch Manager at 315-594-1751.

     

    The District will operate the program at the following locations during dates and times specified:

     

    Dates:  July 10 through August 11th, 2017

    Where:  North Rose Wolcott Leavenworth Middle School- OPEN SITE 5957 New Hartford Street

    When:  Monday through Friday

               -Breakfast 7:30am-9:00am

               -Lunch 11:00am-12:15pm

     

    Dates:  July 10 through August 10, 2017

    Where:  North Rose Wolcott Elementary- OPEN SITE 10456 Salter Road

    When:  Monday through Thursday

               -Breakfast  7:30am-8:30am

               -Lunch 10:45am-12:00pm

     

    Palmyra Summer Free Kids Lunch Site- OPEN SITE

    BAG LUNCHES All children 18 and under receive a bag lunch on a first come, first served basis.

    Dates:  July 10 through August 10

    Where:  Palmyra Community Library 402 E. Main Street, Palmyra

    When:  Monday through Thursday

              -Lunch 12:00pm-1:00pm

     

    Red Creek School District - CLOSED SITE

    For students only in the 21st Century Summer Enrichment and Recreation Camp funded through the 21st Century Grant.  This summer camp will provide our students with safe, fun and educational activities.  The 21st Century Summer Enrichment and Recreation Camp is FREE to all Red Creek Students going into grades 3rd through 8th.  The Red Creek Community Center will be the host site for camp.

     

    The summer camp will run July 10th through August 11th from 8:30am until 3:30pm Monday through Friday.  Camp participants will be provided with:

    -Transportation to and from camp daily

    -Breakfast / Lunch / Snacks

    -Enrichment Activities (STEAM), Arts & Crafts, Spanish

    -Recreational Activities

    -Weekly Field Trips (Fridays)

    -Swimming (PM) / Swimming Lessons (AM)

     

    A typical camp day will consist of:

    8:30am: Arrival & breakfast & organize for the day

    9:00am-11:30:  Enrichment workshops / swimming lessons / Rec Activities

    11:30-12:30pm Lunch

    12:30-3:15: Recreational activities / swimming

    3:15-3:30: Dismissal

     

    Sodus CSD- FREE SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM

    SCSD is participating in the Summer Food Service Program in cooperation with Sodus Recreation to offer children 18 years of age and younger, free breakfast, lunch and snack.  Sodus has qualified to have the cost of these meals paid for by the Federally Funded Summer Food Service Program.  Person's interested in receiving more information should contact Steven K. Moore, Business Administrator, SCSD 315-483-5283.

     

    The District and Sodus Recreation will operate the programs at the following locations during the dates and times specified:

     

    Dates:  July 10th through August 18th, Monday through Friday

    Where:  Sodus Elementary School Cafe

                -Breakfast 7:55am-8:35am

                -Lunch 10:25am-11:35am

     

    Meals are also available at the following sites, but will be limited and will served on a first-come-first-served basis for reasons of safety and security.

    -Sodus Point Rec. Center-Monday through Friday, Lunch 12:10pm-12:25pm.

    -Sodus Point Beach Pavilion-Monday only, Snack 3:15pm-3:30pm.

    -Sodus Intermediate School Pool-Tuesday through Thursday, Snack 3:15pm-3:30pm

     

    Children who participate in the 4-H Camp Beechwood program will also have the opportunity to obtain meals at the following site:

    -Beechwood State Park / July 10th through July 14th / Lunch 11:45am-12:00pm

     

    Williamson FREE LUNCH SERVED ALL YEAR ROUND AND TO FAMILIES DURING THE SUMMER

    Where:  Wayne County Rurual Ministry / Community Center / Food Pantry / Soup Kitchen

    4170 East Main Street, Williamson

    Noon-1pm

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • 5th Grade Parent Letter & Important Dates

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    • Our Mission at Newark Middle School is to create a secure, supportive, and challenging educational environment that fosters the development of all members.
    • We strive to develop intellectually, physically, and socially, to empower all learners to achieve future college and career goals.
    • In order to accomplish this, all members must be adaptable, open to change and willing to make necessary transitions.
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