The live feed for tonight's Board of Education Meeting may be viewed at https://youtu.be/YazoSbWBCAk.
about 5 hours ago, Sag Harbor Schools
Thursday, February 11, 2021 2 Hour Delay Winter Bus Stops (https://www.sagharborschools.org/page/winter-bus-stops) will be used.
19 days ago, Sag Harbor Schools
2- Hour Delay
The live stream for tonight's Board of Education Meeting may be viewed at https://youtu.be/i2BrdJjf3fw.
21 days ago, Sag Harbor Schools
Winter Bus Stops (https://5il.co/bs8t) will remain in use until further notice.
21 days ago, Sag Harbor Schools
Winter Bus Stops
The Sag Harbor Schools will be on a 2 hour delayed opening on Monday, February 8, 2021. Winter Bus Stops will be in effect.
22 days ago, Sag Harbor Schools
The "SOUP"er Bowl Results are in and the big winners are the LOCAL FOOD PANTRIES!
25 days ago, Sag Harbor Schools
SOUPer Bowl Results
Snow Day - Tuesday, February 2, 2021 The Sag Harbor Schools will be closed on Tuesday, February 2, 2021. All activities are canceled. Tomorrow will be a traditional snow day with no remote instruction.
28 days ago, Sag Harbor Schools
Snow Day - Monday, February 1, 20201 Due to an approaching winter storm, the Sag Harbor Schools will be closed Monday, February 1, 2021.   All activities are cancelled.  Monday, February 1, 2021 will be a traditional snow day with no remote instruction.
29 days ago, Sag Harbor Schools
The live stream of tonight's Board of Education may be viewed at https://youtu.be/q6htJaxYtbI.
about 1 month ago, Sag Harbor Schools
The live stream of tonight's Board of Education Meeting can be viewed at https://youtu.be/9W74avhz7_A.
about 2 months ago, Sag Harbor Schools
The live stream of tonight's Board of Education meeting may be viewed at https://youtu.be/R9lpvno0q7c.
2 months ago, Sag Harbor Schools
Please click the link below to learn how to watch the HS Fall Play 10 Ways to Survive Quarantine. Streaming will be available on December 21 and 22 only. https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRMyqV-0lh_zdKmBxbLcsxmo5bNF9ojy_uhsiq-zh1B5ZWaNSxOjug7WZ3kSFigTwl7t8kwi4N-le3q/pub
2 months ago, Pierson High School
10 ways to survive quarantine
DON’T LET YOUR GUARD DOWN COVID-19 Infection Rates are Rising Keep your circle of contacts small. Lower your risk of exposure to COVID-19, even during the holidays. When you are around others, stay 6 feet apart and wear your mask. If you’re sick, stay home! Don’t go to work or school. Get tested and isolate until you know your results. If you have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19, stay home and away from others for 14 days. Download the COVID-19 Alert NY app at https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-alert-ny and get private COVID-19 exposure alerts.
3 months ago, Sag Harbor Schools
December 10, 2020 Dear Sag Harbor Families, The New York State Education Department requires all public schools to conduct one “Early Release” drill each year. During this drill, all students, employees, and visitors must leave the school buildings and grounds prior to the regularly scheduled dismissal times. This Early Release Drill is a part of the Sag Harbor School District Safety Plan and provides us the opportunity to practice in the event we must close schools due to unforeseen circumstances. On Wednesday, December 23, 2020, the Sag Harbor Schools will conduct our Early Release Drill. That afternoon: Pierson Middle/High School will dismiss at 1:00 pm NO AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES The Learning Center (Kindergarten and PM PreK) will dismiss at 2:00pm Elementary School will dismiss between 2:00pm and 2:15 pm Thank you for your cooperation as we work together promoting the safety of our students. Sincerely, The Sag Harbor Administrative Team
3 months ago, Sag Harbor Schools
The livestream of tonight's Board of Education Meeting may be viewed at https://youtu.be/WoS01qwUN9Y.
3 months ago, Sag Harbor Schools
The Mitten Line is a long-standing project at Sag Harbor Elementary. It is an opportunity for Sag Harbor School families to both give and receive assistance during the winter holidays. The Mitten Line allows our community to come together and provide a joyful holiday for all Sag Harbor children. If you are able to purchase a gift to donate, please sign-up for a "wish" on The Mitten Line. You may access the gift list at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0949AFA62FA5FA7-themitten We encourage families to speak with their children about their own "wish list" and consider removing one of their own wishes in order to fulfill the wish of another child. The book, The Mitten Line by M.L. Grant (https://youtu.be/wXvg335VcsA), was shared with the students at Morning Program so they are familiar with the idea of trading a wish for another. Please bring all purchased items, unwrapped, to Sag Harbor Elementary between 8:00am-4:00pm by December 15. Gift cards and monetary donations are also accepted. Please contact Mrs. Grant at mgrant@sagharborschools.org if you have any questions. Thank you for your care and consideration!
3 months ago, Sag Harbor Schools
Mitten Line
COVID-19 Update The School Report Card Site , https://schoolcovidreportcard.health.ny.gov/#/home, contains the latest information on reported COVID-19 cases by school district and school. Click on the "Public Schools" box, and then search for a district or school by name.
3 months ago, Sag Harbor Schools
The livestream of tonight's Board of Education Meeting may be viewed at https://youtu.be/5zqdhxdQKso.
4 months ago, Sag Harbor Schools
November 11, 2020 Dear Sag Harbor Schools Community: Over the last twenty four hours we have been notified that one elementary and one MS/HS staff member have tested positive for COVID 19.  The positive test results are unrelated to each other.  We contacted the Suffolk County Department of Health regarding both cases and contact tracing is being conducted.  Schools will be open tomorrow, Thursday, November 12th. Sincerely, Jeff Nichols Superintendent of Schools
4 months ago, Sag Harbor Schools
November 9, 2020 Dear Sag Harbor Schools Community: As noted in yesterday's email, a school district employee tested positive for COVID 19 on Saturday, November 7th. The Suffolk County Department of Health has completed their review of the case and determined that all district schools are safe to reopen tomorrow, Tuesday, November 10th. Thank you for your continued cooperation and understanding. Sincerely, Jeff Nichols Superintendent of Schools
4 months ago, Sag Harbor Schools