Special Education Committee Meeting, Tuesday 4/13 at 7 p.m. - Virtual
For more information, visit the BOE Sub-Committees Page
We are excited to announce that we are participating in The 2021 Great Kindness Challenge where we will join thousands of schools across the country to create a culture of kindness. This initiative is one week devoted to performing as many acts of kindness as possible in school and at home.
This past year has been challenging for our school community and the world, so we are extra excited to participate in this uplifting week of positivity. To help our students “practice kindness” and put their compassion into action, they will receive a Great Kindness Challenge checklist. The challenge will be for your child to perform as many kind acts as they can in one week. In the chart below is the schedule of events that will take place in school and virtually throughout the week. Your child is part of a powerful and positive initiative that will lead to more kindness, unity and respect at school and beyond.
This Calendar includes school breaks, holidays, and color cohort days for the entire 2020-2021 school year. *Please refer to specific communications from schools for building specific changes and updates.*
Please enjoy this Spotlight especially for Lakeview Families about the Reopening.
Teachers and staff from all three of Mahopac’s elementary schools - Lakeview, Austin Road, and Fulmer Road - held a parade on Friday, June 5, to pay tribute and say goodbye to their students, who they haven’t seen in person since the pandemic shutdown began. Students lined Route 6 with signs so they could say “goodbye” as well in a touching tribute.
Check out pictures of the parade - with many pictures submitted by YOU - here!
Read more about it and see even more pictures in the Mahopac News: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/mahopac/sections/education/articles/a-parade-of-goodbyes
The entire Mahopac Community is invited to line the parade route on Friday, June 5th, as spectators in the Mahopac Elementary End of Year Parade. Expect beeping horns, waving and cheering teachers and staff in decorated cars, and lots of smiles as the parade winds through town.
The parade will start at the bus garage at 10 a.m. After leaving the bus garage, the route will be as follow: right on Myrtle Avenue, left on Brook Road, left on Route 6N, right on Secor Road, right on North Wood Street, bear right on Bullet Hole Road, Right on Austin Road, left on Secor Road, left on Route 6N, left on Route 6 and end at approximately 10:45 a.m. on Route 6 and Crane Road.
See the flyer and trip detail below this message.