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Commack Schools –Three Hours Early Dismissal Today

We will be dismissing students three hours earlier today, March 21, 2018 for the safety of our students and staff.

That means that buses will arrive at bus stops approximately three hours earlier than usual. Given the fact that we will ask our drivers to proceed with caution, please allow for some extra time but generally speaking buses should arrive about three hours earlier than usual. This also means that SCOPE and all after-school and evening activities are cancelled as well.  Please understand this three hour early dismissal is intended to allow us time to get students, staff, and bus drivers off the roads before the storm intensifies.

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 The Boys Scholar Athlete Leadership Club will be hosting its annual blood drive. This drive is sponsored by the New York Blood Center. Donors can arrive anytime between 8:00am – 1:30 pm. We ask that you sign in at the main office entrance and then walk toward the Auxiliary Gymnasium. The Auxiliary Gym is located near the senior parking lot.
Thank you in advance for your support of this cause.For further information please contact Ricky Papandrea at 
March 23   8:00am – 1:30 pm
Commack High School Auxiliary Gym
Spring Egg Hunts - open to all ages - sponsored by NYS Parks & Recreation at Orient Beach State Park  Flyer
 and Belmont Lake State Park (12 noon) for ages up to 9 years old). 
March 24 - 11am & 12 noon
  Commack High School Annual Pops Orchestra Concert & Food Drive FlyerMarch 28 7:30pm
Commack High School 
 Egg Hunt and Spring Celebration Join us at Sweetbriar to celebrate the spring with several scheduled egg hunts, games, live animal presentations, crafts, face painting and more.  A special long eared guest will be there for photo opportunities.   Food and refreshments will be available for purchase.   $15/child, $5/adultMarch 31  Noon - 4pm
Sweetbriar Nature Center
62 Eckernkamp Drive, Smithtown 
 Spring 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 through Friday are Spring Adventures, Watery Worlds, On the Move, Temperature’s Rising, Days Of the Dinosaurs
$70/day, $300/week for members, $80/day, $350/week 
April 2 - 6 9am-3pm, after care available til 5pm 
Sweetbriar Nature Center
62 Eckernkamp Drive, Smithtown  
 Spring Family Freshwater Fishing Festival - Fly Fishing Instruction, Free Bait and Loaner Fishing Road, Outdoor Exhibits, Spring Fling Casting Contest.  Call 631-321-3510 or 631-444-0283 for more info.April 7  from 10am-4pm
Blemont Lake State Park, N. Babylon 
 Suffolk County NEYSA/PAL Spring 2018 Tennis Programs - Grades K-9. Sign up online or in person. Flyer April 13 from 6-7:30 pm
Sportime, Kings Park 
 Earth Day Everyday Celebrate the wonders of the natural world and living things that share the planet with us.   Children will meet resident animals, enjoy the natural world through their senses, and go on a scavenger hunt to find out some of the things they can do to help the natural world.   Come away with a craft to help reduce your impact on the Earth. $10/child, $5/adult, discounts available for scoutsApril 22, 1pm 
Sweetbriar Nature Center 
62 Eckernkamp Drive, Smithtown  
  Relay for Life Meeting/Chaperone MeetingApril 23 - 7pm
Commack High School Art Gallery 
 Yard Sale for the Earth Buy your mother a gift for mother’s day, get ready for next year’s holidays a bit early, treat yourself to a gift and to top it off help the Earth by buying reused and recycled products to reduce your impact on the planet.  Saturday, April 28 and Sunday April 29, 10am to 3pm, no early birds please 
Sweetbriar Nature Center 
62 Eckernkamp Drive, Smithtown  
  Huntington Tulip Festival  Flyer & DirectionsMay 6 11am-4pm 
Heckscher Park, Huntington
  Relay for Life Bank Night MeetingMay 21 - 6pm
Commack High School Cafeteria 
Activities & Ongoing Programs
Junior Summer Programs & Adult Sailing Programs, Cruises & Rentals
July 9-20 - Early sign up (3/23) bonus
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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By Mail:  P.O. Box 150, Commack, NY 11725
By Phone:  (631) 912-2000
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