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Sandy Creek Central School District

Sandy Creek Central School District

District News

Sandy Creek Comet Crushers Returns for a Second Year

June 29th, 2022
Jordan Finnerty, PR

When Comet Crushers launched last year in the Sandy Creek Central School District, it became clear that the Shark Tank inspired event would be popular for years to come...

Sandy Creek students enjoying the Outdoor Fun Day activities

Outdoor Fun Day is a Hit for Students

June 29th, 2022
Jordan Finnerty, PR

During the final week of the school year, elementary students at Sandy Creek Central School were treated to a fun morning filled with outdoor activities...

Summer Recreation Program Information

May 26th, 2022
Jordan Finnerty, PR

The Town of Sandy Creek, the Town of Orwell, The Town of Boylston, and the Villages of Lacona and Sandy Creek, will fund a recreation program for the children of our community...

Prom Information

May 4th, 2022
Jordan Finnerty, PR

The Junior/Senior prom will take place on Saturday, May 14 aboard the Alexandria Belle at Uncle Sam Boat Tours in Alexandria Bay...

Sandy Creek 5th Grade students were treated to a wonderful party recently.

Sandy Creek Fifth-Graders Earn Party

April 8th, 2022
Jordan Finnerty, PR

Fifth grade students at Sandy Creek Elementary were recently treated to a party full of colorful confections and sweets...

Members of Sandy Creek's Varsity volleyball team wore matching shirts to raise awareness for the mental health crisis youths face.

Sandy Creek Volleyball Team Raises Awareness for Mental Health

March 24th, 2022
Jordan Finnerty, PR

The Sandy Creek Varsity Volleyball team recently helped to raise awareness for the mental health crisis today's youth is facing...

All of the participants of the 2022 Battle of the Books!

Sandy Creek Holds Battle of the Books Competition

March 16th, 2022
Jordan Finnerty, PR

After months of hard work and reading, Sandy Creek Central School District students recently showcased their knowledge during the Battle of the Books competition...


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