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Sandy Creek Central School District

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Students in Sandy Creek Elementary’s Student Council proudly displaying some of the items they will be donating to their local animal shelter.

Sandy Creek Students Lead Successful Charity Drive to Support Local Animal Shelter

February 16th, 2023
Jordan Finnerty

Student Council members at Sandy Creek Elementary recently collected dozens of animal-related items to donate to the local United Friends of Homeless Animals animal shelter...

Sandy Creek Drama Department Announces Upcoming Production

February 9th, 2023
Jordan Finnerty

The Sandy Creek Central School drama department recently announced that it will be putting on a production of Little Women this winter...

Sandy Creek Hosts Kids’ Night Out Event

January 19th, 2023
Jordan Finnerty

Students at Sandy Creek Elementary recently donned their best holiday pajamas for the fun-filled Kids Night Out event...

Sandy Creek high school and elementary school students comparing artworks during the school’s Monster Project.

Sandy Creek Artists Collaborate During Monster Project Initiative

December 8th, 2022
Jordan Finnerty

Students across several grade levels at Sandy Creek Central School recently collaborated on art projects for an initiative called the Monster Project...

New York Life Agent and GSSI Ambassador Nichole Wall, reading to a group of Sandy Creek students.

Sandy Creek Central School Receives Grant from the New York Life Foundation to be a Grief Sensitive School Community

December 6th, 2022
Jordan Finnerty

The New York Life Grief-Sensitive School Initiative (GSSI) was created in 2018...

Best-Selling Author Visits Sandy Creek

November 16th, 2022
Jordan Finnerty

Award-winning author Dusti Bowling recently visited Sandy Creek Elementary to speak to students about her life and journey as a writer...

A student proudly displays his handmade project.

Sandy Creek Students Travel Back to Ancient Mesopotamia

October 27th, 2022
Jordan Finnerty

Sixth grade students in Sandy Creeks Ancient Cultures class recently put themselves in the shoes of ancient Mesopotamians for a class assignment...

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