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Musical Magic, Magical Music!

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Senior Designs Poster Campaign

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SWR High School senior Brooke Roff took part in a precollege intensive course through Parsons School of Design where she created a set of posters to promote a topic of her choosing. Brooke chose to focus on anxiety awareness. She designed three posters digitally and showed them to art teacher Ms. Samantha Shepard, who thought it was a great idea to have them hung in the high school guidance office

Her three pieces, “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay,” “It’s Okay to Accept Help” and “It’s Okay to Have Anxiety,” proudly hang in the hallway of the guidance office as a graphically creative reminder to her peers who can recognize they are not alone in their feelings.

“Anxiety is not just being nervous or being nitpicky,” Brooke said. “It can manifest through panic attacks or the constant worry that you are not good enough. Anxiety comes in many different ways, but it is best to accept yourself as you are with the help of others. I wanted to portray that through this poster campaign.”

Space & Facilities Committee Meeting Notice - January 21, 2021


Carter Rubin Wins ‘The Voice’

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The Shoreham-Wading River School community congratulates sophomore Carter Rubin who took the title as champion of “The Voice” last night. Keeping community residents, peers, teachers and students at all grade levels on the edges of their seats, Carter made history by being named the youngest male winner ever.

Carter, who worked with team coach Gwen Stefani for the 19th season of the show, praised his family, his community and Ms. Stefani for inspiring him throughout the process. He also sang a holiday duet with her in an exciting performance before the dramatic announcement of his win.

With pride, we all thank Carter for sharing his joyful sounds and inspiring us this holiday season.

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Check back soon for another congratulatory video!

Important Information: Snow Storm Forecast

Dear Parent(s) and Guardian(s),

As it appears a snowstorm is in our forecast, I wanted to update you on our plans for emergency school closings due to weather. If it becomes necessary to close our schools due to inclement weather:

· The first two emergency closures will be traditional snow days. All of our schools will be closed and there will not be distance learning.

· For any additional emergency closures, the District will shift to distance learning on those days rather than make up the days by canceling existing vacation days.


Gerard W. Poole

SWRCSD Superintendent of Schools