from Susan M. Hasenauer, Superintendent
Monday, May 3, 2021
Teacher Appreciation Week officially kicks off today and runs through Friday. I personally would like to thank all of our teachers, support staff and administrators for their dedication to our students. In a year that has been filled with twists and turns, they have continued to be the consumate professionals and have chosen to continually rise above any challenge and support our students first. I would be remise not to recognize the talent we have amongst our staff. I am beyond grateful to be part of this community and I greatly want thank all educators in our district for their service.
In addition, Happy Mother's Day to all of the mothers, grandmothers, step-moms, aunts and guardians who impact the life of children each and everyday. I hope you have a day of relaxation and enjoy this Sunday.
Happy Monday ~ Have a great week!
Board of Education Petitions
Reminder: Due to a candidate's withdrawal from the Board of Education election, Education Law section 2018(d) requires the District to extend the deadline for nominating petitions for candidates to the Board of Education. The new deadline is calculated fifteen (15) days after the date of withdrawal and results in an extension until May 5, 2021 at 5:00 PM. Petitions have the same requirements: they must be submitted to the District Clerk and contain twenty-five (25) signatures of qualified voters.
You will be able to view information about our candidates on our website after the May 5th deadline at: https://www.newarkcsd.org/candidates
If you have any questions, please contact Ed Gnau at (315) 332-3203 or email@example.com.
Community Pride Day
District Hiring Needs
The Newark Central School District is in immediate need of the following positions that offer full benefits:
- Cleaners and Custodians
- Food Service Helpers
- Bus Drivers
Please complete an application that can be found under the Human Resources tab on the Newark website, www.newarkcsd.org and return to Susan Carr in Human Resources.
Summer Camps for Students
Finger Lakes Community College’s campus centers in Geneva, Newark and Victor will offer half-day, in-person summer camps for students who are entering seventh, eighth and ninth grades in the fall.
Camp sessions run for five days from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Dates and themes are as follows:
July 12-16, Victor Campus Center, STEAM in Motion
Students create projects with faculty to learn more about architecture, engineering science, mechanical technology, and smart systems technologies.
July 19-23, Newark Campus Center, STEAM in Nature
Campers will learn about local wildlife, native and nonnative plants, environmental issues, sustainability and stewardship.
July 26-30, Geneva Campus Center, STEAM for the Curious Mind
Students will explore the scientific method in the natural world: the technology of viticulture and agriculture; the engineering of 3D printing; culinary arts and molecular gastronomy; and mathematics through a health care lens.
The cost is $120 per student and includes a t-shirt, lesson materials and snack each day. Scholarships will be available based on household income and size; scholarship application is included in the registration process. Registrations with a scholarship application are due by May 21; recipients will be notified by June 1. The registration deadline for all camps is June 18.
Register at http://flcc.edu/STEAM. Registration is limited to 15 campers per site. Finger Lakes Community College is required to adhere to all New York State and SUNY guidance regarding COVID-19. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.