from Susan M. Hasenauer, Superintendent
Monday, May 24, 2021
This weekend, along with many other community volunteers and staff, my daugthers and I participated in Community Pride Day. While driving home, I began to think about how grateful I was to be able to spend my morning giving back to our community as part of a collective effort. Not only did I get to share the experience with my own kids, I met a wonderful student and her mom and together we were able to make a difference even if it was small.
I share this because sometimes I think we all need reminders to acknowledge the goodness in our lives. When we recognize gratitude, we feel more positive emotions, relish good experiences, improve our health, deal with adversity and build strong relationships with those around us.
In addition, research indicates that writing gratitude letters significantly increases mental health for weeks following that exercise. As this unprecedented school year comes to an end, please take the time to look around, step out of the day-to-day routine and appreciate the people, things and experiences we have as our world begins to reopen again.
Apologies for Incorrect Information
Student to Appear on the Dr. Oz Show
NHS Students Inducted into National Honor Society
Board of Education Meetings Open to Public
- June 2nd
- June 16th
- July 14th
Community Pride Day Thanks!!
Federal Funding for Schools
As you may have heard, the Newark Central School District is receiving Federal Funds to support Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriation Act (CRRSA) and American Rescue Plan Act (ARP). The funding in these two funds total approximately $7,667,004.
This funding will be used to address the impact of lost instructional time, carry out the implementation of evidence-based summer enrichment programs, carry out the implementation of evidence-based comprehensive afterschool programs, as well as preparing schools for reopening, testing, repairing, and upgrading projects to lessen the potential spread of COVID-19 in school buildings, as well as further preparing, preventing and responding to COVID-19.
School Districts are required to ask for public input on the use of these funds. Please contact Assistant Superintendent for Business Ed Gnau at 332-3203 or email@example.com and Superintendent Susan Hasenauer at 332-3205 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help Support Laurel House
- Click here to sign up: https://runsignup.com/Race/NY/Newark/LaurelHouse5K
- Chicken BBQ or Pulled Pork meal options to purchase at the end of the race
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.