Monday Message

from Susan M. Hasenauer, Superintendent

Monday, May 17, 2021

Dear Families,


Every day is an opportunity to make a positive change in the lives of others. However, every day is also an opportunity to take care of ourselves as well.


As a community, we have been through a lot this year. There are times we all feel as if we just need to take a break and recharge. We often take care of everything and everyone else, leaving ourselves behind. This week, I just wanted to remind YOU to pause and take care of yourself.


So please, as the year winds down and spring becomes summer, do not forget to enjoy the weather, read a book, exercise, meditate or spend some quality time with family and friends. When you take care of yourself, you give yourself the fuel you need to show up as the best version of yourself in your everyday life.


Sincerely,


Sue Hasenauer

Vote Day is Tomorrow

Just a reminder to let your voice be heard and come out and vote tomorrow in the High School Gym from 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM. You can read information about our Budget here: https://www.newarkcsd.org/cms/lib/NY01000239/Centricity/Domain/772/Final%20Newsletter%20Budget%205-2021.pdf


There is also information about our Board candidates here: https://www.newarkcsd.org/Page/9584

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NHS Performs "Rock of Ages"

What an incredible job our students did in their performance this weekend of "Rock of Ages"!!

Community Pride Day

Reminder: Let's do our part to help in beautifying the Village of Newark! The Village’s 15th Annual Community Pride Day clean up is scheduled for Saturday, May 22, 2021. Volunteers are needed to help “Color our Community with Pride” by planting flowers, pulling weeds and cleaning up litter. The event will begin at 10:00 AM and community volunteers will assemble in the parking lot on the south side of T. Spencer Knight Park. Sign up to volunteer by calling Robbin Bremer at 315-226-8105.
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Help Support Laurel House

As many of you know, Laurel House is a not-for-profit volunteer organization that hopes to be the first choice for families of Wayne County. It is a comfort care home where residents spend their final days, at no cost to themselves or others, surrounded by loved ones and kind-hearted staff and volunteers who attend to their needs. This facility is located right here in Newark! They are holding their Annual Laurel House 5K Run / Walk (live or virtual) on Saturday, June 12th. Please consider signing up for this amazing cause!!



District Hiring Needs

he 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.

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