Sachem High School East
177 Granny Road,
Farmingville, N.Y. 11738
Principal: Mr. L. Antonetti
Assistant Principals: Mrs. B. Almendarez-DeBello, Mr. J. Cariddi, Mrs. L. Johnson and Mr. A. Larson
Phone: (631) 716-8200
The mission of the Sachem High School East community is to educate and graduate young adults who achieve personal excellence through the principles of respect, recognition, responsibility, opportunity, belonging, and security.
Math Book Review Order
63rd Annual SCMTA Math Contest
Wednesday March 14, 2018 7th and 8th period Cafeteria B
Sachem East Driver Education 2018
2018 Summer Driver Education Program will run from Monday, June 25th
and end on Wednesday, July 18th. The hours at Sachem North will be from
7:30 to 10:30am and at Sachem East it will run from 11:00am to 2pm. All
registration forms and additional information will be available on the
school's website by Wednesday, April 11th. Students must be at least 16
years of age and have a valid learner’s permit by June 25th. Please
contact Mr. DeVenuto for any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
SENIOR CLASS NEWS!
2018 Senior Trip Parent Meeting Letter
Senior Trip Packets went home 10/13/17
Senior Trip Registration Codes:
Tour ID code:31699
Online registration code: B29EACDF
Please register ASAP
Any questions please see Ms. Stein or Mr. Dobbins
Follow the instructions to register
Senior Banquet November 6th at the Mediterranean Manor.
Packets Available in A237
Sign Ups Tuesday Oct 24 at 2 pm in the Little Theater
Need School ID, Money Order for $75 and Signed Permission Slip
College Night - Attending Colleges
Thursday, April 26, 2018
The National English Honor Society has collected review books for all
subject areas, Regents Exams, AP Exams, and the SAT. These donated
review books are available FREE to all East students. See Mr. Troise in
Room A356, if you are in need of a review book.
The National English Honor Society meeting is Monday, April 30, in the Little Theater.
All Teens as Teachers club members and class members: We will be going
to Sagamore today at 10 am. Please bring your lesson with you, and be
prepared for Lesson 5. See Mrs. Broderick if you cannot attend.
There will be a meeting of the Math Honor Society on Friday, April 27,
9th period in room a251. If you have not paid your dues, they need to be
Drivers Education Registration for the Summer Semester is still open for
the next two weeks. There are seats still available. Please pick up
your Driver's Education packet in the Main Office, and return it to Mr.
Cariddi in room A113.
The Junior Class will meet today during 9th period in room A232. All juniors are welcome.
Members of Tri-M should be working toward their Practice-a-Thon goals to
donate to Long Island Cares. All money and paperwork is due at our next
meeting on May 1.
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