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CHS senior wearing cap and gown high-fives current Sawmill students in intermediate school's lobby during Senior Walk.
Burr student puts hand on heart during Pledge of Allegiance during Burr Flag Day ceremony.
Guitarist performs during CHS sunset soiree concert.
Track student poses on stage during spring varsity awards at CHS.
Burr fifth grade student navigates the ropes course during a field trip to Adventure Park.
Student on stage as presenters speaks about his accomplishments during Senior Awards at CHS.
Wood Park kindergartener smiles during spring concert with American flag on wall behind him.
Wood Park students look at animal brought to school by Sweetbriar Nature Center.
Student on blue team in Burr third grade field day tosses frisbee, aiming for garbage can.
Two junior couples pose on bench in CHS courtyard during Junior Banquet.
CHS marching band trumpeter plays during Commack South Little League parade.
Baseball players pose with Long Island championship award.
Student holds fire hose with assistance from Commack firefighter during Commack Day exhibition.
Students participate in mock game show during Commack Day.
CHS seniors celebrate winning battle of the classes.
Student dressed as "the big bad wolf" in front of fellow North Ridge kindergarteners on stage during performance.
Indian Hills kindergartener smiles on stage during Spring Showcase.
Student on stage during North Ridge Primary reading rocks assembly.
Dr. Cox cuts red ribbon at opening of Rolling Hills playground as students watch.
Middle School actress is cheered by crowd at conclusion of The Little Mermaid performance for fifth graders.
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2024 CMS Moving-Up Ceremony

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Award recipients, presenters and principal Dr. Larson pose with awards in CMS lobby.

CMS Students Receive Awards for Character

A pair of CMS eighth graders have been awarded a college scholarship because of their character while involved in youth basketball.

The awards were presented to Sophia A. and Nicholas D. on Tuesday morning in memory of lifelong Commack resident John Newman, a parishioner of Christ the King parish for 67 years.

Newman’s wife Donna and daughter Gabriella — herself a CMS student — were on hand for the ceremony.

Newman was a St. Anthony’s High School Hall of Fame inductee, who coached baseball and basketball for 35 years. He was the coordinator for the Christ the King CYO program for more than a decade.

Newman received the CYO role model award recognizing his impact on hundreds of children.

To honor is legacy, Christ the King Parish has created the award for an eighth grade boy and girl who participated in the Christ the King CYO program.

Sophia and Nicholas have exemplified the award’s values — faith, good character and fair play. The students also have supported their teammates, treated the other team with respect and always have a positive attitude.
Mack the CHS mascot and student leaders speak with eighth graders.

CHS Welcomes Class of 2028

The CHS Class of 2028 toured their soon-to-be-home as current high school students from the Scholar-Athlete Leadership Club served as tour guides and assorted staff and students spoke about academic and extracurricular opportunities.

At the  Eighth Grade Transition Night on Wednesday evening, the soon-to-be CHS freshmen got a lay of the land while hearing from the mock trial team, music groups, TV and audio production studio, counseling center, ASL language classes and other areas.

Mack, the CHS mascot, even made a cameo appearance.

Meanwhile, parents and guardians heard from administrators in the auditorium.

"Your freshmen are going to have a great experience," vice principal Matthew Keltos told the families. "This is a great place." 

CMS Mission Statement

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The Commack Middle School will provide a child-centered environment with a wide range of learning experiences that enables children to achieve developmentally-appropriate academic and personal growth, helps them meet educational objectives, and supports them in their development as independent, life-long learners and responsible, global-minded citizens.

Vanderbilt Parkway
Commack, NY 11725
 631 858-3500
Michael Larson, Principal
Frank Agovino, Assistant Principal
Amy Martin, Assistant Principal

Physical Education Medical Guidelines:

Our students’ health and safety is always our main concern.  To help ensure a safe physical education learning environment, the district has developed and adheres to specific safety guidelines.