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 Register Now through February 17 for PAL Kids Dekhockey Leagues ages 5-13 Flyer 
 Winter Discovery Days for ages 5 to 11  - Once again Sweetbriar Nature Center will be offering daily natural science programs over the school breaks elementary school children. Each day will be a different natural science theme. Each day is chock filled with fun hands-on activities, interaction with our residents, non-releasable wildlife, crafts, games, and much more.   Parents can register their child/children for one day, two days, three days, four days, or the entire week.   Themes from Monday to Friday are Famous Animals, Slytherin,  It Is Always Summer Somewhere, and Let Sleeping Bears Lie and Winter Wonderland.                                
How Much: $70/day, $300/week for members, $80/day, $350/week for non-members 
Early bird discount until February 1 
February 19 – 23, 9am to 3pm daily, after care available until 5pm 
Sweetbriar Nature Center Smithtown 
 CHS PTA Paint Night - All Welcome InformationMarch 1 6pm
 Creatures Of the Night - Visit Sweetbriar to meet some nocturnal animals and embark on a walk into the darkness to enjoy the night and may be call in an owl or two.  Dress warmly and bring a flashlight just in case. 
Who: Adults (Teenagers welcome)
How much: $10 /person
Friday, March 2, 7pm  (Subject to change)
Sweetbriar Nature Center Smithtown
Ssssensational Ssssnakes - Slither on over to Sweetbriar to see a selection of  ssssensational serpents.  Participants will meet several snakes and learn about their unique adaptation through games and other participatory activities. Create a cool snake craft to take home.
Who: Families
How Much: $10/child, $5/adult, $2 discount for scouts 
Sunday, March 11, 1pm
Sweetbriar Nature Center Smithtown 
 CHS College & Career Fair - Representatives from over 100 colleges and universities, as well as the military, business leaders and professionals will be available to answer questions and offer career advice. March 14, 2018 - 7pm
Commack High School 
 Shave your head to Kick Kids' Cancer - St. Baldrick's registration now open.    Press ReleaseRegister on the St. Baldrick's websiteMarch 16 - 3-7pm
Commack High School  
  Relay for Life Meeting/Chaperone MeetingApril 23 - 7pm
Commack High School Art Gallery 
  Relay for Life Bank Night MeetingMay 21 - 6pm
Commack High School Cafeteria 
Activities & Ongoing Programs
Season Starts on April 9th and Opening Day Parade is April 14th!!! Register at Family Fun and Player’s Choice Day May 19th Championship Day June 16th, 2018
2018 Marine Science & Environmental Education Two sessions July 2-6 and July 9-13 for ages 6-14 Parent & Me Programs May-August
2018 Spring Season Sign-Ups Now Open for Commack Kids - Organized programs for boys and girls ages 3-17. Register online
Girls Sprouts is a fun, educational program designed to introduce preschool aged girls to the values that will help them thrive - get an activity booklet.
Join us for our Spring 2018 Season of Baseball. We offer teams for ages 4-13, in-house games, & Inter-league games with neighboring towns. Winter Baseball & Softball Clinic for all ages! every Tuesday & Wednesday during February & March.
Weekday, Evenings Intramural Program from June-August Register Now!
From Mommy & Me to Pre-K, State licensed, before & after care, enrichment.
Licensed Before & After School Care Program K-5
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Contact Information
By Mail:  P.O. Box 150, Commack, NY 11725
By Phone:  (631) 912-2000
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The Commack School District Mission Statement
Within the context of a caring community of learners, our primary mission is to provide an exemplary
learning experience that will allow each child to acquire the necessary knowledge, skills, attitudes, and
values to become a successful, contributing member within our school community and greater society.
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