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  • Tuesday, October 15, 2019, Cycle Day 3

    Posted by Tara Simon on 10/15/2019

    Today is Tuesday, October 15, 2019, Cycle Day 3

          There are college tables in the lobby during extended homeroom today.

                 All seniors are invited to attend from 8:10 am to 8:30am.

                 All juniors are invited to attend from 8:30 to 8:49.

     Club News

    • There will be a GSTA meeting today during extended homeroom in room 321A. All are welcome to come as you are!
    • Art Club officers mark your calendar! There will be a mandatory art club officers meeting only in room 340 on Wed. Oct. 23rd right after school at 2pm.  Be prompt and well prepared with your ideas for day one. 
    • Arcadia is South's award winning art and literature magazine. If you are interested in creative writing, art, photography or publishing, this may be the club for you. All are welcome to attend our first informational meeting after school at 2:05pm in room 221 on Wednesday, October 30th. You can see Ms. DiSavino in room 221 or Mr. Sandomir in room 335 with any questions. 
    • Come to Cultural Club's first meeting Thursday after school in Room 227 to learn about diversity and have opportunities to get service hours throughout the year

    SPORTS

    Football News – We won our homecoming game, South beat North 7- 0.  Way to go Vikings! We play North again this Friday at Home.

    Track News - The boys and girls cross country teams had great success this weekend. The sophomore boys won the Sophomore Boys A race at the prestigious Manhattan College Invitational on Saturday. Kieran Dudek was the race’s champion as well. On the girls side at the Byram Hills Bobcat Run, there were several personal best times logged and freshman Kristen Erichsen placed third in the freshman race. Well-done, Vikings.

    Soccer News - Come support our boys JV soccer team as they play Tappen Zee tonight in the first round of the county championship.  The game begins at 6:30 at Tappen Zee High School under the lights.  Go Vikings!

    Ice Hockey News - To anyone interested in trying out for the Varsity Ice Hockey Team, there will be a meeting on Wednesday, October 16th, 4 pm in the Felix Festa Middle School B108 Cafeteria.

    EARLY RELEASE DAY Information

    This is a reminder for all students. We are having an early dismissal tomorrow, Wednesday, October 16th.

    Freshman – report to Auditorium for a special informational presentation.

    Sophomore  Pre-ACT- lists are in alphabetical order with the room number on top. *Sophomores using testing accommodations on the PACT report to the second floor of the library for your room assignment.

    Junior – PSAT - lists are in alphabetical order with room number on top. You will need to bring the following: - Two #2 pencils, Calculator and ID – school ID or learner’s permit

    You will report to school at regular school day time. Upon arrival, test-takers should proceed to their assigned test room.

    Juniors receiving testing modifications should NOT follow the alphabetical room posting. They should report to the special education office in room 310 for their room assignment. Only students who have applied for and been approved by College Board to use testing modifications may do so on the PSAT. See Mr. Paul with any questions about the use of testing modifications.

    Important Reminders: ONCE THE SECTION ONE OF THE TEST HAS BEGUN, NO LATE-COMERS WILL BE ADMITTED TO THE TESTING ROOMS.  CELL-PHONE USE IS NOT PERMITTED AT ANY TIME DURING TESTING.

    Seniors - Grouped by Counselors for college essay and application assistance.

    Each of the floor offices have posted room assignments.

    PLEASE CHECK THE APPROPRIATE LIST FOR YOUR ROOM ASSIGNMENT DURING THE DAY TODAY!

     

    Community Updates

    • The Clarkstown Music Department is putting on its 6th annual concert, October 23rd at Felix Festa from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Admission to the concert is by donation to help students participate fully in all aspects of the instrumental music program. It’s an incredible celebration of music, good for the whole family! We hope to see you there! 

    PTSA News

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds! 

    It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!
    You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"
    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections. The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

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  • Friday, October 11, 2019, Cycle Day 2

    Posted by Tara Simon on 10/11/2019

    Today is Friday, October 11, 2019, Cycle Day 2

     

    Club News

    Today, during the lunch periods, we will be holding a Club Showcase in the lobby. Please come check out the various clubs that we have to offer! Just remember...you can't leave class to come to this event!!

    • Art Club officers mark your calendar! There will be a mandatory art club officers meeting only in room 340 on Wed. Oct. 23rd right after school at 2pm.  Be prompt and well prepared with your ideas for day one. 
    • Arcadia is South's award winning art and literature magazine. If you are interested in creative writing, art, photography or publishing, this may be the club for you. All are welcome to attend our first informational meeting after school at 2:05pm in room 221 on Wednesday, October 30th. You can see Ms. DiSavino in room 221 or Mr. Sandomir in room 335 with any questions. 

     

    EARLY RELEASE DAY Information

    Room assignments for October 16th will be posted outside each of the floor offices today after 3rd period.

    Sophomore & Junior - Lists are in alphabetical order with room # on top.

    Freshman - Grouped by English teacher / period

    Seniors -     Grouped by Counselors

     

    SPORTS

    Football News - Come out tonight and support our varsity football team who is playing our cross town rivals Clarkstown North at 7 pm.  Admission for students is $1 dollar so please bring your singles.  The following items will not be allowed into the game:  Feather boas, noise makers-including whistles, fatheads, powder, and/or any beverage bottle or container.  Be sure to get there early as seating is first come first served. 

    Swim and Dive News - Last night, the Clarkstown Girls Varsity Swimming & Diving team continued their winning streak with a win over North Rockland High School.  They successfully defeated the Red Raiders by the final score of 97 to 75.  The team's record is now 6-1 for the season. In doing so, Francesca Arciniegas, Junior, was a double individual event winner in the 200 yard freestyle and 500 yard freestyle events. Madison Chalfin, Sophomore, was an individual event winner in the 1 meter diving event. And Grace Dwyer, Sophomore, was an individual event winner in the 50 yard freestyle event. All three girls had winning relays as well.

    Field Hockey News - The varsity field hockey team defeated Nyack 3-0 to improve to their season to 11-2. The defense had another stellar game and goals were scored by Abby Redmond who had two goals, and Isabella O'Hara with one goal.  Tara Kotten and Molly Geyer had assists.

    Ice Hockey News - To anyone interested in trying out for the Varsity Ice Hockey Team, there will be a meeting on Wednesday, October 16th, 4 pm in the Felix Festa Middle School B108 Cafeteria.

    Community Updates

    • The Clarkstown Music Department is putting on its 6th annual concert, October 23rd at Felix Festa from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Admission to the concert is by donation to help students participate fully in all aspects of the instrumental music program. It’s an incredible celebration of music, good for the whole family! We hope to see you there! 

    PTSA News

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds! 

    It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!
    You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"
    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections. The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Thursday, October 10, 2019, Cycle Day 1

    Posted by Tara Simon on 10/10/2019

    Today is Thursday, October 10, 2019, Cycle Day 1

     

    Welcome to our fun and festive SPIRIT WEEK –

    Today is all American USA - Red, White & Blue day

    Friday is Viking Pride – Wear your Brown and Gold

    Club News

    On Friday, during the lunch periods, we will be holding a Club Showcase in the lobby. Please come check out the various clubs that we have to offer! Just remember...you can't leave class to come to this event!!

    • Come to Cultural Club's first meeting of the year in Room 227 today, at 2pm! For more information, visit us at the Club Showcase tomorrow or in Room 227.
    • Politics in America will be meeting todayto debate and amend a bill regarding climate change. The meeting will be after school in Room 301 and refreshments will be provided. We hope to see you there!
    • Mock Trial will hold its first general interest meeting today in the upper library. All interested members should attend. Refreshments will be served. 
    • Arcadia is South's award winning art and literature magazine. If you are interested in creative writing, art, photography or publishing, this may be the club for you. All are welcome to attend our first informational meeting after school at 2:05pm in room 221 on Wednesday, October 30th. You can see Ms. DiSavino in room 221 or Mr. Sandomir in room 335 with any questions. 

    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

    SPORTS

    Football News - Come out this Friday and support our varsity football team who is playing our cross town rivals Clarkstown North at 7 pm.  Admission for students is $1 dollar so please bring your singles.  The following items will not be allowed into the game:  Feather boas, noise makers-including whistles, fatheads, powder, and or any beverage bottle or container.  Be sure to get there early as seating is first come first served.

    Ice Hockey News - To anyone interested in trying out for the Varsity Ice Hockey Team, there will be a meeting on Wednesday, October 16th, 4 pm in the Felix Festa Middle School B108 Cafeteria.

    Community Updates

    • The Clarkstown Music Department is putting on its 6th annual concert, October 23rd at Felix Festa from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Admission to the concert is by donation to help students participate fully in all aspects of the instrumental music program. It’s an incredible celebration of music, good for the whole family! We hope to see you there! 

    PTSA News

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds! 

    It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!
    You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"
    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections. The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Tuesday, October 8, 2019, Cycle Day 6

    Posted by Tara Simon on 10/8/2019

    Today is Tuesday, October 8, 2019, Cycle Day 6

     

    Welcome to our fun and festive SPIRIT WEEK –

    Today is Hawaiian Day

    Thursday is all American USA - Red, White & Blue

    Friday is Viking Pride – Brown and Gold

     

    Counseling Department News

    Teachers: Please bring your Seniors to the college tables from 8:10 to 8:30am and Juniors from 8:30-8:50am.

    Club News

    • Homework Center is cancelled for today – no Homework center after school today.
    • Lights, Camera, Action, the TV club will be meeting in room 170 today during the activity period.
    • Hey Vikings! It’s time to suit up! Come join DECA, South’s largest business club! Our next meeting is today at 2:05 in the cafeteria. If business is for you, then DECA is what you got to do. So join us and get serious about business!  Hope to see you there!
    • Mock Trial will hold its first general interest meeting this Thursday in the upper library. All interested members should attend. Refreshments will be served. 
    • Arcadia is South's award winning art and literature magazine. If you are interested in creative writing, art, photography or publishing, this may be the club for you. All are welcome to attend our first informational meeting after school at 2:05pm in room 221 on Wednesday, October 30th. You can see Ms. DiSavino in room 221 or Mr. Sandomir in room 335 with any questions. 

    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

    SPORTS

    Soccer News - The boys JV soccer team beat North 7-3 yesterday.  The first goal was scored off of a header by Ryan Levins and was assisted by Kenny Garcia.  The second and third goals were both scored by Jose Cirillo-Torres and both assisted by Brenden McGlinchey.  The fourth goal was scored by Kenny Garcia.  Patrick McDonough scored the next goal off of a header. Robert Blake had a breakaway at the end of the game and scored goal number six for the Vikings.  The final goal to end the game was scored by Mike Karcz.  Lorcan Kennedy and Daniel Ventura held the middle of the field together throughout the game.  The Vikings take on Nyack, Friday at 4:15 at Nyack.

    Field Hockey News - The varsity field hockey team defeated Pelham 2-1.  Goals were scored by Isabella O'Hara and Katie Kelly, with assists by Tara Kotten and Taylor Moore.

    Ice Hockey News - To anyone interested in trying out for the Varsity Ice Hockey Team, there will be a meeting on Wednesday, October 16th, 4 pm in the Felix Festa Middle School B108 Cafeteria.

    Softball News – all JV softball players from last season including Julianna Kock, please see Coach Peterson in Room 201 today during extended Home Room.

    Community Updates

    • The Clarkstown Music Department is putting on its 6th annual concert, October 23rd at Felix Festa from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Admission to the concert is by donation to help students participate fully in all aspects of the instrumental music program. It’s an incredible celebration of music, good for the whole family! We hope to see you there! 
    • Interested in becoming a peer tutor?  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edufor an application and recommendation forms.  Past tutors must update their info.

    PTSA News

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds! 

    It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!
    You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"
    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections. The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Monday, October 7, 2019, Cycle Day 5

    Posted by Tara Simon on 10/7/2019

    Today is Monday, October 7, 2019, Cycle Day 5

     

    Welcome to our fun and festive SPIRIT WEEK –

    Today is PJ day

    Tomorrow is Hawaiian Day

    Thursday is all American USA - Red, White & Blue

    Friday is Viking Pride – Brown and Gold

     

    Club News

    • Hey Vikings! It’s time to suit up! Come join DECA, South’s largest business club! Our next meeting is tomorrow at 2:05 in the cafeteria. If business is for you, then DECA is what you got to do. So join us and get serious about business!  Hope to see you there!
    • Mock Trial will hold its first general interest meeting this Thursday in the upper library. All interested members should attend. Refreshments will be served. 
    • The results of this year’s Freshman Student Council elections are as follows:

    President: Jessie Maraia

    Vice President: Madison Teitel

    Secretary: Stefanie Rossini

    Treasurer: Jack Ryan

                All election candidates are responsible for removing any                 campaign material they have posted throughout the                       building.  New Officers need to see Mr. Paul, asap. 

     

    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

    SPORTS

    Tennis News - Congratulations to the 12 -1 Lady Viking tennis team for qualifying for the prestigious Section One team tournament for the first time in history. As the 8th seed, they will take on John Jay East Fishkill. The match will be played at Felix Festa Middle School this Friday, Oct 11th. Come out and support your tennis team!

    Soccer News - Gianna DeCicco scored the game winning goal with 16 minutes to go to give JV girls soccer a 3-2 victory over Nanuet on Friday.  Sarah Quinn had two goals for the Lady Vikings.  Olivia Kelly was the winning goal keeper. Madi Rodgers, Laura McMahon, Steph Corredor and Lauren Garvey led a strong defensive effort.  Bella Azua, Olivia Capasso and Julia Cernilia played well.

    The JV boys soccer team beat Nanuet on Saturday 2-0.  The first goal was scored off a header by Sean Levins on a corner kick that was taken by Brenden McGlinchey.  The second goal was scored on a penalty kick at the end of the game by Brenden McGlinchey.  Goalie Christian Nova kept the Vikings at a scoreless game.  A great game was played by all.  The Vikings take on Clarkstown North today at home at 4 p.m.

    Field Hockey News - The varsity field hockey team defeated Ursuline on Saturday to improve to 9-2.  Abby Redmond and Aine Keaney scored unassisted goals, Rosie Tramm made three saves to secure the shutout and Izzy Mele played a strong defensive game.

    Ice Hockey News - To anyone interested in trying out for the Varsity Ice Hockey Team, there will be a meeting on Wednesday, October 16th, 4 pm in the Felix Festa Middle School B108 Cafeteria.

    Counseling Department News

    Attention: Juniors & Seniors

    There will be over 30 college representatives visiting for our Fall College Table Event tomorrow, please make every effort to speak with and gather information on the colleges you may be interested in.  The college tables are a valuable opportunity to learn about the college admissions process.

    Community Updates

    • The Clarkstown Music Department is putting on its 6th annual concert, October 23rd at Felix Festa from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Admission to the concert is by donation to help students participate fully in all aspects of the instrumental music program. It’s an incredible celebration of music, good for the whole family! We hope to see you there! 
    • Interested in becoming a peer tutor?  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edufor an application and recommendation forms.  Past tutors must update their info.

    PTSA News

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds! 

    It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!
    You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"
    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections. The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Friday, October 4, 2019, Cycle Day 4

    Posted by Tara Simon on 10/4/2019

    Today is Friday, October 4, 2019, Cycle Day 4

     

    IMPORTANT SAT Information: Students who are registered for the SAT exams at South High School tomorrow should report promptly to the side entrance, by cafeteria 103, near the custodian’s entrance, at 8:00 AM. All should bring positive photo ID, AN APPROPRIATE CALCULATOR as described in the registration manual and two #2 pencils. Calculators and pencils will not be distributed by the school.

     

    *REMEMBER THAT AS PER COLLEGE BOARD REGULATIONS, STUDENTS WHO DO NOT HAVE APPROPRIATE ID AND THEIR ADMISSION TICKET WITH AN APPROPRIATE PHOTO CANNOT TEST.

     

    Room assignments will be posted on the wall right inside the entrance area. Students who have problems or questions regarding their registration should report to the library for assistance.

     

    Club News

       

    • Attention Freshman election candidates, the date of the election has been moved to today. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

     

    SPORTS

     

    Ice Hockey News - To anyone interested in trying out for the Varsity Ice Hockey Team, there will be a meeting on Wednesday October 16th, 4 pm in the Felix Festa Middle School B108 Cafeteria.

     

     

    Varsity Field Hockey – On Wednesday, the Varsity team beat North Rockland 3-1, scoring all three goals in the last 13 minutes.  Molly Geyer, Taylor Moore, and Aisling Donnelly scored and Aine Keaney added an assist.  Shannon Breyfogle excelled on defense.

     

     

     

    Community Updates

     

    • The Clarkstown Music Department is putting on its 6th annual concert, October 23rd at Felix Festa from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Admission to the concert is by donation to help students participate fully in all aspects of the instrumental music program. It’s an incredible celebration of music, good for the whole family! We hope to see you there! 

     

    • Interested in becoming a peer tutor?  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edufor an application and recommendation forms.  Past tutors must update their info.

     

     

     

    PTSA News

     

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds! 

    It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!
    You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"
    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections. The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Thursday, October 3, 2019, Cycle Day 3

    Posted by Tara Simon on 10/3/2019

    Today is Thursday, October 3, 2019, Cycle Day 3

     

    There will be an extended home room today for Juniors from 8:10 am to 8:28 am.

    There will be an extended homeroom today for Sophomores from 8:29 am to 8:49 am.

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     The Clarkstown Music Department is putting on its 6th annual concert, October 23rd at Felix Festa from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Admission to the concert is by donation to help students participate fully in all aspects of the instrumental music program. It’s an incredible celebration of music, good for the whole family! We hope to see you there! 

     

    Club News

    • The Assets Leadership Club is a student-led club that focuses on every student being the best they can be, helping improve the school and engaging in meaningful community service. To learn more about this very active and exciting club, please come to our first meeting today immediately after school in room 207. See Ms. Solar with questions or to get more information!
    • There will be a mandatory Mu Alpha Theta meeting in the Band Room after school today at 2:05 PM. Please see Dr. Gavioli with questions.
    • Interested in social and political issues? Join Women’s Awareness Club, or WAC, where we discuss feminist events and issues! Come learn more at the first general meeting today in room 225 after school!
    • Attention Freshman election candidates, the date of the election has been moved to Friday, October 4th. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

    SPORTS

    Field Hockey News - The JV Field Hockey team beat North Rockland yesterday 1-0. Off a corner hit the Lady Vikings had a double assist by Gabby Sweeney to Grace Kennedy and scored by Rebecca Friedland. The Lady Vikings worked hard on the field to keep the ball out of their defensive end. Goalie, Ashley Ramirez-Gonzalez had three saves.

    Soccer News - The boys JV soccer team beat Tappan Zee on Friday.  The first goal was scored off a header by Ryan Levins with an assist from Kenny Garcia.  Lorcan Kennedy scored the second goal to bring the game to a tie.  The next two goals were scored by Brenden McGlinchey.  One of the goals was assisted by Jose Criollo-Torres.  The Vikings take on Nanuet on Saturday at home at 3 p.m.

    Community Opportunities

    • Interested in becoming a peer tutor?  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edufor an application and recommendation forms.  Past tutors must update their info.
    • Anyone who needs community service hours should contact Mr. DeLucia in room 213

    PTSA News

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds! 

    It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!
    You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"
    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections. The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Wednesday, October 2, 2019, Cycle Day 2

    Posted by Tara Simon on 10/2/2019

    Today is Wednesday, October 2, 2019, Cycle Day 2

    Special request to all you kids: If you see someone who is struggling to make friends or being bullied because he/she doesn’t have many friends or because they are shy or not as pretty or not dressed in the most “in” clothes – PLEASE step up. Say hi or at least smile at them in the hallway.  You never know what that person might be facing outside of school. Your kindness might just make a BIG difference in someone’s life.  

    Club News

    • The Assets Leadership Club is a student-led club that focuses on every student being the best they can be, helping improve the school and engaging in meaningful community service. To learn more about this very active and exciting club, please come to our first meeting on Thursday, October 3 immediately after school in room 207.
      See Ms. Solar with questions or to get more information!
    •  There will be a mandatory Mu Alpha Theta meeting in the Band Room after school on Thursday Oct. 3, 2019 at 2:05 PM. Please see Dr. Gavioli with questions.
    • Interested in social and political issues? Join Women’s Awareness Club, or WAC, where we discuss feminist events and issues! Come learn more at the first general meeting on Thursday, October 3rd in room 225 after school!
    • Attention Freshman election candidates, the date of the election has been moved to Friday, October 4th. See Mr. Paul with any questions.
    • Junior or Senior students interested in attending the Clarkstown Police Youth Academy this fall should see Officer Caivano or Officer Hodges for information and an application.

    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

    PTSA News

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds! 

    It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!
    You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"
    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections. The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22.

    Community Opportunities

    • Anyone who needs community service hours should contact Mr. DeLucia in room 213

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Friday, September 27, 2019, Cycle Day 1

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/27/2019

    Today is Friday, September 27, 2019, Cycle Day 1

    Special request to all you kids: If you see someone who is struggling to make friends or being bullied because he/she doesn’t have many friends or because they are shy or not as pretty or not dressed in the most “in” clothes – PLEASE step up. Say hi or at least smile at them in the hallway.  You never know what that person might be facing outside of school. Your kindness might just make a BIG difference in someone’s life.  

    SENIORS - The Marist College representative will be visiting today at 9:30A.M. in the School Counseling Department. Senior Students interested in applying to Marist should come down and meet with the representative.

    Club News

    • Interested in social and political issues? Join Women’s Awareness Club, or WAC, where we discuss feminist events and issues! Come learn more at the first general meeting on Thursday, October 3rd in room 225 after school!   
    • Junior or Senior students interested in attending the Clarkstown Police Youth Academy this fall should see Officer Caivano or Officer Hodges for information and an application.

    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

    SPORTS

    • Swim & Dive News - Last night, our Girls Varsity Swimming & Diving team continued their winning streak with a win over the combined team of Croton Harmon/Henrik Hudson/Somers High Schools.  They successfully defeated them by the final score of 49 to 42.  The team's record is now 5-1 for the season. Francesca Arciniegas, Junior, was a double individual event winner in the 50 and 100 yard freestyle events. Grace Dwyer, Sophomore, was an individual event winner in the 100 yard butterfly event. Two relay events were won with Meghan Ramundo as the anchor in the 200 yard Medley and the first swimmer in the 200 Yard Freestyle relay.
    • Field Hockey News – Both our JV and Varsity Field Hockey teams beat Clarkstown North yesterday.  Varsity field hockey beat North yesterday 3-1.  Abby Redmond had a goal and two assists and Katie Kelly and Molly Geyer added goals.  Aine Keaney had a great game at midfield.  The JV Field Hockey team beat North yesterday 4-1. Grace O’Hara had 2 goals and 1 assist. Ella St. Louis had 1 goal and 2 assists. Nicole DiFalco had one goal assisted by Fiona Doherty. The Lady Vikings worked hard to keep the ball down on the offensive end to dominate most of the game. Goalie Ashley Ramirez-Gonzalez had 8 saves.
    • Soccer News – JV Girls soccer won 3-2. Karly Gillule's scored the game winning goal with 90 seconds left in the game off an assist from Olivia Capasso.  Maya Maaayani had two goals.  Sarah Quinn, Stephanie Corredor, Julia Cerniglia, Laura McMahon and Lauren Garvey led a strong defensive effort.  Olivia Kelly made 10 saves in goal.  Ava Cerniglia, Gianna DeCicco and Cassidy Armenio played strong games as well.
    • Volleyball News - Congratulations to the boys JV Volleyball team who defeated Suffern in the last set with Dylan Annesi getting the game winning point.

    PTSA News

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds! 

    It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!
    You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"
    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections. The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22.

    Community Opportunities

    • Anyone who needs community service hours should contact Mr. DeLucia in room 213
    • Support DASH for Down syndrome on September 29th, this fun run, walk and roll event celebrates siblings uniting together to honor and advocate for the Down syndrome community. Register at gigisplayhouse.org or contact Senior, Peter Tsetsekos.

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Thursday, September 26, 2019, Cycle Day 6

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/26/2019

    Today is Thursday, September 26, 2019, Cycle Day 6

    Attention students and faculty- this week is LGBTQ Ally week. An ally is any person who supports, accepts, and stands up for our LGBTQ students and community. If you believe that South High School should be a safe and supportive environment for ALL students regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression then stop by Souths GSTA table in the lobby periods 4, 5, and 6. You can show your support by signing our petition, wearing an Ally sticker and teachers can also pick up a “Safe Space” sticker for your rooms. See Ms. Seery or Mrs. Goodman with any questions.

    SENIORS - The Marist College representative will be visiting Friday at 9:30A.M. in the School Counseling Department. Senior Students interested in applying to Marist should come down and meet with the representative.

    Club News

    • Are you interested in politics?  Do you enjoy discussing topics relevant to the current political climate?  Then come join Politics in America. We review bills currently on the floor in Congress or controversial political topics, discuss both sides of the argument, and have semi-formal debates that conclude with a vote on the topic.  Our goal is to give students an opportunity to debate different domestic issues and look at them from a different point of view.  Our introductory meeting will be on today at 2:05 in Room 305.  Refreshments will be provided.  We hope to see you there!
    •  There is a HOSA club member meeting right after school today, in room 123. See you there!
    • Social Studies Honor Society applications are now being accepted. Any student who has completed 3 years of social studies course work at the high school level and meets all other criteria is eligible to apply. Instructions are posted on Social Studies classroom doors.
    • Junior or Senior students interested in attending the Clarkstown Police Youth Academy this fall should see Officer Caivano or Officer Hodges for information and an application.

    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

    SPORTS

    Volleyball News - Come watch the boys and girls varsity volleyball team take on Suffern today here at south. Boys play at 4pm and girls game will follow. 

    Tennis News - Yesterday the South Girls tennis team netted another victory over visiting Hendrick Hudson. Among the winners for the lady Vikings were: Natalie Karagolian, Cassie Gutierrez, Nikita Joseph, Emma Hutta, Hannah Green, Casey Schwartz, Jackie Svantner, Cordelia Pestone, Eben Woo, Roja Das, Nicole Svantner, Ingrid Fan, Samantha Svantner and Hannah Kim. Congrats Girls! Go Vikings!

    PTSA News

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds! 

    It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!
    You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"
    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections   The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22.

    Community Opportunities

    • Anyone who needs community service hours should contact Mr. DeLucia in room 213
    • Support DASH for Down syndrome on September 29th, this fun run, walk and roll event celebrates siblings uniting together to honor and advocate for the Down syndrome community. Register at gigisplayhouse.org or contact Senior, Peter Tsetsekos.

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Wednesday, September 25, 2019, Cycle Day 5

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/25/2019

    Today is Wednesday, September 25, 2019, Cycle Day 5

     

    Attention students and faculty- this week is LGBTQ Ally week. An ally is any person who supports, accepts, and stands up for our LGBTQ students and community. If you believe that South High School should be a safe and supportive environment for ALL students regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression then stop by Souths GSTA table in the lobby periods 4, 5, and 6. You can show your support by signing our petition, wearing an Ally sticker and teachers can also pick up a “Safe Space” sticker for your rooms. See Ms. Seery or Mrs. Goodman with any questions

    Club News

    • American Sign Language (ASL) club will meet today in room, 224 at 2:05.  You do not need prior experience to join, all are welcome!
    • Viking Voice, Clarkstown South's print and online newspaper, is having an informational meeting today at 2:05 in room 221. Join us and learn more about becoming a budding journalist and part of our team.
    • Thinking about a career in business? Ever thought about being the innovator or entrepreneur of the next big thing? Join DECA, Clarkstown Souths largest business club! Be a part of the globally recognized club with over 220,000 members, 7,000 of which are from New York alone. Come join us today at 2:05 in the cafeteria for our first informational meeting of the year. Pizza will be served. Joining DECA is your first step to becoming more involved while mastering leadership and communication skills that will help you succeed in the business world. We look forward to seeing you there, bring a friend!
    • If you enjoy dancing and team work, and want to learn some new moves, please join the AnyBody Can Dance Club on Wednesdays from 2:15 to 3:30 in the lower lobby, in front of room 180. No tryouts are necessary! Our performances will be in November and December.
    • Are you interested in politics?  Do you enjoy discussing topics relevant to the current political climate?  Then come join Politics in America. We review bills currently on the floor in Congress or controversial political topics, discuss both sides of the argument, and have semi-formal debates that conclude with a vote on the topic.  Our goal is to give students an opportunity to debate different domestic issues and look at them from a different point of view.  Our introductory meeting will be on Thursday at 2:05 in Room 305.  Refreshments will be provided.  We hope to see you there!
    • Social Studies Honor Society applications are now being accepted. Any student who has completed 3 years of social studies course work at the high school level and meets all other criteria is eligible to apply. Instructions are posted on Social Studies classroom doors.
    • There is a HOSA club member meeting right after school this Thursday, September 26th, in room 123. See you there!
    • Junior or Senior students interested in attending the Clarkstown Police Youth Academy this fall should see Officer Caivano or Officer Hodges for information and an application.

    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

    SPORTS

    Tennis News - On Tuesday, the Viking Varsity tennis wonder girls shocked Perennial County tennis powerhouse Suffern 4 to 3 increasing their team record to 10 and 1 overall. Among the Winners for South were Roja Das, Eben Woo, Nicole Svantner, Samantha Svantner, Hannah Kim, Ingrid Fan and Nikita Joseph. Fantastic job girls, keep it going!

    Volleyball News - Come watch the boys and girls varsity volleyball team take on Suffern Thursday, September 26th here at south. Boys play at 4pm and girls game will follow. 

    PTSA News

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds! It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"

    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections   The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22.

    Community Opportunities

    • Anyone who needs community service hours should contact Mr. DeLucia in room 213
    • Support DASH for Down syndrome on September 29th, this fun run, walk and roll event celebrates siblings uniting together to honor and advocate for the Down syndrome community. Register at gigisplayhouse.org or contact Senior, Peter Tsetsekos.

     

     Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Tuesday, September 24, 2019, Cycle Day 4

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/24/2019

    Today is Tuesday, September 24, 2019, Cycle Day 4

     There is a senior extended homeroom today for all seniors.

    If you are a senior do NOT go to any other meeting during extended homeroom other than the one with your counselor.

     Seniors, please report to the following locations:

     Ms. Frank:  Chorus Room
    Mr. Cohen:  Band Room
    Ms. Keenan:  Cafeteria near Planetarium
    Ms. Landau:  Planetarium
    Ms. McKenna:  Upper Library
    Ms. Pascarella:  Auditorium
    Mr.  Wirchansky: Cafeteria with ramp 

    Seniors -- Last Call for senior year book pictures. Photos for senior students will take place in the upper library today.  Any senior that has not taken their senior yearbook picture should see Ms. Russ or Mrs. Foiles in the library. If you want to be in the yearbook this is your last chance. 

    Club News

    • Attention all candidates for Freshman class elections - The pre-election candidate meeting will be held on today at 2:05 PM in room 311. The pre-election candidacy packets for all candidates are due at or before the meeting.  Any candidate not present at the meeting will not have their name placed on the ballot. See Mr. Paul with any questions.
    • American Sign Language (ASL) club will meet on Wednesday in room, 224 at 2:05.  You do not need prior experience to join, all are welcome!
    • Viking Voice, Clarkstown South's print and online newspaper, is having an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 25th at 2:05 in room 221. Join us and learn more about becoming a budding journalist and part of our team.
    • Thinking about a career in business? Ever thought about being the innovator or entrepreneur of the next big thing? Join DECA, Clarkstown Souths largest business club! Be a part of the globally recognized club with over 220,000 members, 7,000 of which are from New York alone. Come join us this Wednesday at 2:05 in the cafeteria for our first informational meeting of the year. Pizza will be served. Joining DECA is your first step to becoming more involved while mastering leadership and communication skills that will help you succeed in the business world. Join us at 2:05 Wednesday in the cafeteria!  We look forward to seeing you there, bring a friend!
    • If you enjoy dancing and team work, and want to learn some new moves, please join the AnyBody Can Dance Club on Wednesdays from 2:15 to 3:30 in the lower lobby, in front of room 180. No tryouts are necessary! Our performances will be in November and December.
    • Are you interested in politics?  Do you enjoy discussing topics relevant to the current political climate?  Then come join Politics in America. We review bills currently on the floor in Congress or controversial political topics, discuss both sides of the argument, and have semi-formal debates that conclude with a vote on the topic.  Our goal is to give students an opportunity to debate different domestic issues and look at them from a different point of view.  Our introductory meeting will be on Thursday at 2:05 in Room 305.  Refreshments will be provided.  We hope to see you there!
    • Social Studies Honor Society applications are now being accepted. Any student who has completed 3 years of social studies course work at the high school level and meets all other criteria is eligible to apply. Instructions are posted on Social Studies classroom doors.
    • There is a HOSA club member meeting right after school this Thursday, September 26th, in room 123. See you there!
    • Junior or Senior students interested in attending the Clarkstown Police Youth Academy this fall should see Officer Caivano or Officer Hodges for information and an application.

    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

    SPORTS

    Tennis News - On Monday, after 17 years, the lady Vikings defeated Rival Clarkstown North 4 to 3 – that’s right, after 17 years, we are the champions against North.  Winning for South were Jackie Svantner, Nicole Svantner, Samantha Svantner, Hannah Kim, Ingrid Fan, Roja Das and Eben Woo. Great job girls, keep up the good work!

    Swimming and Diving News - Last night, the Clarkstown Girls Varsity Swimming & Diving continued their winning streak with a win over Suffern High School. They successfully defeated the Mounties by the final score of 96 to 90. The team's record is now 4-1 for the season. Francesca Arciniegas, Junior, was a double individual event winner in the 200 yard freestyle and 100 yard butterfly events.  Grace Dwyer, Sophomore, was a double individual event winner in the 200 yard individual medley and 500 yard freestyle events. The team also won two relay events.

     Field Hockey News - Varsity Field Hockey defeated Albertus Magnus 4-1. Goals were scored by Abby Redmond, Isabella O'Hara, Tara Kotten and Olivia Nigro.  Erin Bacalles had two assists and Aisling Donnelly added on.  Hannah Doherty had a great game, with 9 saves.  Izzy Mele and Shannon Breyfogle had another great game on defense.

    The JV Field Hockey team beat visiting Albertus Magnus 1-0 yesterday. Grace Kennedy assisted the shot with a beautiful pass straight across goal where Denisse Valdez-Martinez was positioned to knock it in to score for the Lady Vikings. Midfielders Shani Moshe, Fiona Doherty, Nicole Difalco and Ella St Louis did an amazing job of keeping the ball up past the 50 yard line. The Viking attack squad of Annie McCullagh, Gabi Sweeney, and Shannon Roberts continued to push through the defensive line pressuring on the Albertus end. Goalie Ashley Ramirez-Gonzalez had 2 saves.

    Volleyball News - Come watch the boys and girls varsity volleyball team take on Suffern Thursday, September 26th here at south. Boys play at 4pm and girls game will follow. 

    PTSA News

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds!  It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!! You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"

    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections   The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22.

    Community Opportunities

    • Anyone who needs community service hours should contact Mr. DeLucia in room 213
    • Support DASH for Down syndrome on September 29th, this fun run, walk and roll event celebrates siblings uniting together to honor and advocate for the Down syndrome community. Register at gigisplayhouse.org or contact Senior, Peter Tsetsekos.

     

     Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Monday, September 23, 2019, Cycle Day 3

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/23/2019

    Today is Monday, September 23, 2019, Cycle Day 3


    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

    Club News

    • Youth Against Cancer will be hosting South’s annual PINK OUT on Friday, October 18th. Be sure to pick up an order form for shirts outside any floor office. Orders are due by today to Ms. Faust or Ms. Franco.
    • Attention all National Art Honor Society members, we will be having a mandatory meeting today right after school in Room 335 to talk about our upcoming events, as well as ideas for the murals.
    •  American Sign Language (ASL) club will meet on Wednesday in room, 224 at 2:05.  You do not need prior experience to join, all are welcome!
    •  Do you want to learn how to become a better public speaker? Are you interested in traveling to overnight conventions? Join JSA, the nationally recognized club of the Junior State of America. We discuss issues facing the nation and refine our debating skills in meetings and at conventions in places such as Washington, D.C.! Our first meeting is today at 2:00 in the upper library today.  Bring a friend!
    •  Viking Voice, Clarkstown South's print and online newspaper, is having an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 25th at 2:05 in room 221. Join us and learn more about becoming a budding journalist and part of our team.
    •  If you enjoy dancing and team work, and want to learn some new moves, please join the AnyBody Can Dance Club on Wednesdays from 2:15 to 3:30 in the lower lobby, in front of room 180. No tryouts are necessary! Our performances will be in November and December.
    •  There is a HOSA club member meeting right after school this Thursday, September 26th, in room 123. See you there!
    •  Junior or Senior students interested in attending the Clarkstown Police Youth Academy this fall should see Officer Caivano or Officer Hodges for information and an application.
    • Attention all candidates for Freshman class elections The pre-election candidate meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 24th at 2:05 PM in room 311. The pre-election candidacy packets for all candidates are due at or before the meeting.  Any candidate not present at the meeting will not have their name placed on the ballot. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    SPORTS

    • Tennis News - On Friday, the lady Vikings defeated East Ramapo 7 to 0. Winning for South were: Natalie Karagolian, Cordelia Pestone, Stephanie Santos, Nicole Svantner, Samantha Svantner, Hannah Kim, Ingrid Fan, Veronica Karcz, Emma Hutta, Juliana Sendra and Sharon Saji. Great job girls, keep up the good work!
    • Soccer News - Girls JV soccer defeated Nyack 3-1 on Friday. Maya Maayani scored 2 goals and Karly Gillule had one.  Olivia Kelly recorded the win in net.  Laura McMahon, Stephanie Corredor, Julia Cerniglia and Madi Rogers led a strong defensive effort. Sarah Quinn, Ava Cerniglia and Olivia Capasso had strong games.
    • Girls Basketball open gym tonight from 6:30PM-8:00PM
    • Varsity Football beat Harrison 30-9 Friday night , Go Vikings

    PTSA News

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! 

    It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!
    You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"
    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections   The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22.

      Community Opportunities

    • Anyone who needs community service hours should contact Mr. DeLucia in room 213
    • Support DASH for Down syndrome on September 29th, this fun run, walk and roll event celebrates siblings uniting together to honor and advocate for the Down syndrome community. Register at gigisplayhouse.org or contact Senior, Peter Tsetsekos.

     Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Friday, September 20, 2019, Cycle Day 2

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/20/2019

    Today is Friday, September 20, 2019, Cycle Day 2


    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

    Club News

    • Do you want to learn how to become a better public speaker? Are you interested in traveling to overnight conventions? Join JSA, the nationally recognized club of the Junior State of America. We discuss issues facing the nation and refine our debating skills in meetings and at conventions in places such as Washington, D.C.! Our first meeting is Monday at 2:00 in the upper library today.  Bring a friend!
    • Viking Voice, Clarkstown South's print and online newspaper, is having an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 25th at 2:05 in room 221. Join us and learn more about becoming a budding journalist and part of our team.
    • If you enjoy dancing and team work, and want to learn some new moves, please join the AnyBody Can Dance Club on Wednesdays from 2:15 to 3:30 in the lower lobby, in front of room 180. No tryouts are necessary! Our performances will be in November and December.
    • Youth Against Cancer will be hosting South’s annual PINK OUT on Friday, October 18th. Be sure to pick up an order form for shirts outside any floor office. Orders are due by Monday September 23rd to Ms. Faust or Ms. Franco.
    • Junior or Senior students interested in attending the Clarkstown Police Youth Academy this fall should see Officer Caivano or Officer Hodges for information and an application.
    • Attention all candidates for Freshman class elections -The pre-election candidate meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 24th at 2:05 PM in room 311. The pre-election candidacy packets for all candidates are due at or before the meeting.  Any candidate not present at the meeting will not have their name placed on the ballot. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    SPORTS

    • Volleyball News - The Lady Vikings Volleyball team came back from a two game deficit to Sleepy Hollow HS to win their match in five games.  The team showed tremendous resilience being down in the fifth game.  Strong play by Tamara Pichardo, Jess Tran and Kaylin Hamilton helped lead the Vikings to victory. Next up is the annual varsity volleyball tournament at South HS this Saturday.
    • Football News - The South JV Football Team won their game last night against Harrison 28-26. Calvin Cappola returned 2 kickoffs for a touchdown and Jake Kear ran 2 touchdowns to lead the Vikings to victory. Joe Larosa and Mikey Moore lead the Vikings defense along with a stellar play by Devin Dorceus. The JV football team is 3-0. Go Vikings!
    • Soccer News - Yesterday the boys JV soccer team beat Nyack 3-1.  Four minutes into the game Brenden McGlinchey scored off of a cross from John Destil.  Robert Blake scored a second goal before the end of the first half.  John Destil scored the final goal for the Vikings in the second half of the game.  Kenny Garcia-Ortiz, Lorcan Kennedy and Daniel Ventura Zeas hustled to keep the team in the lead throughout the game.  The Vikings take on Spring Valley on Monday.

     PTSA News

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds! 

    It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!
    You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"
    What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?

    Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections   The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22."

      Community Opportunities

    • Support DASH for Down syndrome on September 29th, this fun run, walk and roll event celebrates siblings uniting together to honor and advocate for the Down syndrome community. Register at gigisplayhouse.org or contact Senior, Peter Tsetsekos.

      Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

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  • Thursday, September 19, 2019, Cycle Day 1

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/19/2019

    Today is Thursday, September 19, 2019, Cycle Day 1


    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

    Counseling News :

    Seniors:

    There will a representative from Stevens Institute of Technology in the Lobby period 6.   The Representative visits are important and informative in the college process. Students interested in Stevens Institute please make every effort to stop by the lobby period 6.

     Club News

    • There will be a Viking Connection Mentor meeting directly after school today in the Upper Library.
    •  Viking Radio Club will meet today afterschool in room 170.
    • Are you interested in science? Do you want to do something in the medical field? Join HOSA, South’s first medical club. In HOSA, you’ll be able to learn more about health science, leadership, and even compete in state-wide competitions! Our first meeting is today right after school in room 123. Hope to see you there!
    • Do you want to learn how to become a better public speaker? Are you interested in traveling to overnight conventions? Join JSA, the nationally recognized club of the Junior State of America. We discuss issues facing the nation and refine our debating skills in meetings and at conventions in places such as Washington, D.C.! Our first meeting is at 2:00 in the upper library on Monday September 23rd.  Bring a friend!
    • Viking Voice, Clarkstown South's print and online newspaper, is having an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 25th at 2:05 in room 221. Join us and learn more about becoming a budding journalist and part of our team.
    • If you enjoy dancing and team work, and want to learn some new moves, please join the AnyBody Can Dance Club on Wednesdays from 2:15 to 3:30 in the lower lobby, in front of room 180. No tryouts are necessary! Our performances will be in November and December.
    • Youth Against Cancer will be hosting South’s annual PINK OUT on Friday, October 18th. Be sure to pick up an order form for shirts outside any floor office. Orders are due by Monday September 23rd to Ms. Faust or Ms. Franco.
    • Junior or Senior students interested in attending the Clarkstown Police Youth Academy this fall should see Officer Caivano or Officer Hodges for information and an application.
    • Attention all candidates for Freshman class elections The pre-election candidate meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 24th at 2:05 PM in room 311. The pre-election candidacy packets for all candidates are due at or before the meeting.  Any candidate not present at the meeting will not have their name placed on the ballot. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    SPORTS

    • Girls Swim & Dive News Last night, the Clarkstown Girls Varsity Swimming & Diving team continued their winning streak as they won against Ossining High School.  They successfully defeated the Pride by the final score of 94 to 84. The team's record is now 3-1 for the season.  In doing so, Francesca Arciniegas was a double individual event winner in the 200 yard individual medley and 100 yard backstroke events.  With her results, Francesca qualified to compete in those individual events at the upcoming 2019 New York State Championships.  Other highlights include: Grace Dwyer was a double individual event winner in the 200 yard freestyle and 500 yard freestyle events.  Madison Chalfin was an individual event winner in the 1 meter diving event.  Not to be outdone, the team also won a relay event: 200 Yard Medley Relay with Grace Dwyer and Francesca Arciniegas.
    • Girls Soccer News - JV girls soccer defeated Nanuet yesterday 1-0. Julia Cerniglia scored the games only goal with 20 minutes to go in the second half.  Olivia Kelly made 10 saves in goal for the shutout.  Steph Corredor, Ava Cerniglia, Lauren Garvey and Sarah Quinn led a stellar Lady Vikings Defense.  Tonie Oliverio, Madi Rogers, Meghan Heaphy and Karly Gillule also played great games as well as the rest of the Lady Vikings.
    • Field Hockey News - Varsity Field Hockey beat Fox Lane in a 3 nothing shut out. Goals were scored by Isabella Ohara, Erin Bacalles and Tara Kotton. Great defense from Shannon Breyfogle, Molly Geyer, Taylor Moore and Izzy Mele secured the shutout.            The JV Field Hockey team tied visiting Fox Lane yesterday 2-2. From a corner shot Fiona Doherty scored off a pass from Ella St. Louis to lead the Lady Vikings. Ella St. Louis scored a second goal in the second half to tie up the game. The Lady Vikings played extremely well and worked hard on the field. The defensive end of Emelia Jameson, Caitlyn Kastner, Christine Hughes and Hope Roberts worked hard to hold off Fox Lane. Goalie Ashley Ramirez-Gonzalez had ten saves.
    • Girls Basketball News - There will be an open gym for girls basketball tonight from 6:30-8PM at South.

     PTSA News

    • Calling All CREATIVE Minds! It’s time to start working on your artistic projects for our annual PTSA REFLECTIONS competition!!  You are invited to let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY, inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme:  "Look Within"  What does it mean to YOU, to Look WITHIN?  What comes to your mind when you think about Looking Within?  Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website: http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections  The deadline for entries is: Friday, Nov. 22."

      Community Opportunities

    • Support DASH for Down syndrome on September 29th, this fun run, walk and roll event celebrates siblings uniting together to honor and advocate for the Down syndrome community. Register at gigisplayhouse.org or contact Senior, Peter Tsetsekos.

      Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

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  • Wednesday, September 18, 2019, Cycle Day 6

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/18/2019

    Today is Wednesday, September 18, 2019, Cycle Day 6


    Clarkstown South is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month from now until October 15th with a scavenger hunt Bingo game! Get your free bingo card from the World Language office or Room 227 and find the famous Hispanic biographies hidden each day around the school. Win raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 15th! Si se puede!

    Club News

    • The Assets Leadership club is a student-led club that focuses on every student being the best they can be, helping improve the school and engaging in meaningful community service. To learn more about this very active and exciting club, please come to an informational meeting on today right after school in room 207. See Ms. Solarwith questions or to get more information!
    • The American Sign Language, ASLclub will meet today in room 224 at 2:05.  You do not need prior experience to join, all are welcome! 
    • Chess club will meet today in room 203 at 2:10.
    • Do you want to learn how to become a better public speaker? Are you interested in traveling to overnight conventions? Join JSA, the nationally recognized club of the Junior State of America. We discuss issues facing the nation and refine our debating skills in meetings and at conventions in places such as Washington, D.C.! Our first meeting is at 2:00 in the upper library on Monday September 23rd.  Bring a friend!
    • Viking Voice is Clarkstown South's print and online newspaper. We will be having an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 25th at 2:05 in room 221. Join us and learn more about becoming a budding journalist and part of our team.
    • Interested in Ultimate Frisbee? Want to learn how to play Ultimate Frisbee? Then come to the lobby today at 2:10PM and join the Ultimate Frisbee club! Anyone and everyone is welcome to join! 
    • Are you interested in science? Do you want to do something in the medical field? Join HOSA, South’s first medical club. In HOSA, you’ll be able to learn more about health science, leadership, and even compete in state-wide competitions! Our first meeting is right after school on Thursday, September 19th, in room 123. Hope to see you there!
    • If you enjoy dancing and team work, and want to learn some new moves, please join the AnyBody Can Dance Club on Wednesdays from 2:15 to 3:30 in the lower lobby, in front of room 180. No tryouts are necessary! Our performances will be in November and December.
    • Youth Against Cancer will be hosting South’s annual PINK OUT on Friday, October 18th. Be sure to pick up an order form for shirts outside any floor office. Orders are due by Monday September 23rd to Ms. Faust or Ms. Franco.
    • Junior or Senior students interested in attending the Clarkstown Police Youth Academy this fall should see Officer Caivano or Officer Hodges for information and an application.
    • Attention all candidates for Freshman class elections The pre-election candidate meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 24th at 2:05 PM in room 311. The pre-election candidacy packets for all candidates are due at or before the meeting.  Any candidate not present at the meeting will not have their name placed on the ballot. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    SPORTS

    • Tennis News - The lady Viking Varsity tennis squad scored a 5 to 2 victory over visiting Nyack.   Among the winners for the Team were Hannah Kim, Ingrid Fan, Nikita Joseph, Roja Das, Eben Woo, Jacqueline Svantner, Nicole Svantner and Samantha Svantner! Keep up the good work girls!
    • Field Hockey News - The Varsity Field Hockey team defeated Rye 1-0 on a goal by Aine Keaney. Taylor Moore, Izzy Mele, and Erin Bacalles contributed very strong games.
    • Soccer News -The boys JV soccer team beat Nanuet 5-2 yesterday.  The first goal was scored by Robert Blake and assisted by Kenny Garcia-Ortiz.  The second goal was scored by John Destil.  Kenny Garcia-Ortiz put a third goal in the back of the net early in the second half of the game.  Ryan Levins then scored a great goal shortly after.  Justin Ellis finished off the game with an assist from Aiden Evangelista.  Brenden McGlinchey, Lorcan Kennedy and Daniel Ventura Dias held the middle of the field together throughout the game.  The Vikings take on Nyack High School at home tomorrow at 4:15 p.m.
    • Girls basketball News - All players interested in playing Girls basketball, please see Coach Greg Bacalles.

      Community Opportunities

    • Support DASH for Down syndrome on September 29th, this fun run, walk and roll event celebrates siblings uniting together to honor and advocate for the Down syndrome community. Register at gigisplayhouse.org or contact Senior, Peter Tsetsekos.

      Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

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  • Tuesday, September 17, 2019, Cycle Day 5

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/17/2019

    Today is Tuesday, September 17, 2019, Cycle Day 5


    Today, September 17 is designated in the United States as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day to commemorate the signing of the supreme law of our land!

    It honors and celebrates the privileges & responsibilities of U.S. citizens both native-born and naturalized.

    Remember, be an active citizen each and every day to help keep our community and country strong!

    Seniors

    If you are a senior do NOT go to any other meeting during extended homeroom other than the one with your counselor.

    Club News

    • Lights, Camera, Action" the TV club will hold its first informational meeting after school on today in the television studio.
    •  Do you love Animé?  Manga?  Are you excited that Banjo Kazooie is now on Smash?   If so, the Animé Club is just the place for you!  Join us on today in Room 307from 2-3pm for the first club meeting of the year!  If you can't make it that day but want to know more about the club, see Ms Weber in Room 310.
    • Viking Voice is Clarkstown South's print and online newspaper. We will be having an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 25th at 2:05 in room 221. Join us and learn more about becoming a budding journalist and part of our team.
    • Interested in Ultimate Frisbee? Want to learn how to play Ultimate Frisbee? Then come to the lobby on Wednesday, September 18 at 2:10PM and join the Ultimate Frisbee club! Anyone and everyone is welcome to join!
    • Are you interested in science? Do you want to do something in the medical field? Join HOSA, South’s first medical club. In HOSA, you’ll be able to learn more about health science, leadership, and even compete in state-wide competitions! Our first meeting is right after school on Thursday, September 19th, in room 123. Hope to see you there!
    • If you enjoy dancing and team work, and want to learn some new moves, please join the AnyBody Can Dance Club on Wednesdays from 2:15 to 3:30 in the lower lobby, in front of room 180. No tryouts are necessary! Our first performances will be in November and December.
    • Youth Against Cancer will be hosting South’s annual PINK OUT on Friday, October 18th. Be sure to pick up an order form outside any floor office. Orders are due by Monday September 23rd to Ms. Faust or Ms. Franco.
    • Junior or Senior students interested in attending the Clarkstown Police Youth Academy this fall should see Officer Caivano or Officer Hodges for information and an application.
    • Attention Freshman: Student Council Elections for Freshman class officers will be held on Wednesday, October 2nd. Any freshman wishing to run for a position as a class officer on the Student Council must first complete a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    SPORTS

    • Girls Swim & Dive News - Last night, the Clarkstown Girls Varsity Swimming & Diving team won against Eastchester High School.  They successfully defeated the Eagles by the final score of 87 to 83.  The team's record is now 2-1 for the season. In doing so, Francesca Arciniegas, Junior, was a double individual event winner in the 200 yard individual medley and 100 yard butterfly events.  With her results, Francesca qualified to compete in those individual events at the upcoming 2019 New York State Swimming & Diving Championships. We also won the 200 Yard Medley Relay and 400 Yard Freestyle Relay with Grace Dwyer, Sophomore and Francesca Arciniegas, Junior.
    • Field Hockey News - The Varsity field hockey team defeated Pearl River 4-2. Molly Geyer, Abby Redmond, Taylor Moore, and Jordan Sheer all scored.  Aine Keaney, Aisling Donnelly, Tara Kotten and Erin Bacalles had assists.  Rosie Tramm contributed a key save on a one on one in the first half and Keaney continued to dominate the midfield.     The JV Field Hockey team beat Pearl River 1-0 yesterday. Fiona Doherty scored for the Lady Vikings, assisted by Shani Moshe. The forward line of Annie McCullagh, Ella St. Louis, and Gaby Sweeney continued to pressure the Pearl River’s defensive end to hold the lead. Goalie Ashley Ramirez-Gonzalez had five saves.
    • Girls basketball News - All players interested in playing Girls basketball, please see Coach Greg Bacalles.

    Community Opportunities

    • Support DASH for Down syndrome on September 29th, this fun run, walk and roll event celebrates siblings uniting together to honor and advocate for the Down syndrome community. Register at gigisplayhouse.org or contact Senior, Peter Tsetsekos.

     Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Monday, September 16, 2019, Cycle Day 4

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/16/2019

     

    Today is Monday, September 16, 2019, Cycle Day 4

     

     

    Seniors

    • There will be a representative from University of Miami in the lobby 6th period for any senior students who would like to meet with him or get information on the college process.

    Club News

    • Interact Club - There will be a kickoff meeting of the INTERACT CLUB in Mrs. Dwyer's room 207 today at 2PM. Being a part of Interact is great way to reach out to your community and have fun at the same time with many community service opportunities. New members are always welcome!
    • Attention 10th and 11th graders: If you are interested in becoming a Peer Leader in the World of Difference Program, please attend an informational meeting today at 2:05 in Room 305. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Seery in Room 321A.
    • Interested in Ultimate Frisbee? Want to learn how to play Ultimate Frisbee? Then come to the lobby on Wednesday, September 18 at 2:10PM and join the Ultimate Frisbee club! Anyone and everyone is welcome to join!   
    • Lights, Camera, Action" the TV club will hold its first informational meeting after school on Tuesday, September 17th in the television studio.
    • Do you love Animé?  Manga?  Are you excited that Banjo Kazooie is now on Smash?   If so, the Animé Club is just the place for you!  Join us on Tuesday, September 17in Room 307 from 2-3pm for the first club meeting of the year!  If you can't make it that day but want to know more about the club, see Ms Weber in Room 310.
    • Junior or Senior students interested in attending the Clarkstown Police Youth Academy this fall should see Officer Caivano or Officer Hodges for information and an application.
    • Attention Freshman: Student Council Elections for Freshman class officers will be held on Wednesday, October 2nd. Any freshman wishing to run for a position as a class officer on the Student Council must first complete a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    SPORTS

    • Tennis News - The lady Viking Varsity tennis squad bounced their overall record to 5 and 1 with a tough as nails win over Nanuet on Saturday. Among the winners for the Team were Natalie Karagolian, Hannah Kim, Ingrid Fan, Nikita Joseph, Cordelia Pestone, and all three Svantners! Keep up the good work girls! 
    •  Football News - The football team beat Pelham 56-20 in their first home game of the season. Dennis Riordan went 12 for 17 for 227 yards, throwing four touchdowns, and rushing for another. James Spiegel had 118 receiving yards, catching two touchdowns, and catching an interception. Peter Glytsea had two touchdowns and 101 receiving yards. Mark Maraia and Ryan Smith both scored a touchdown on the ground. Jack Quarrie caught an interception and ran it back for a touchdown. Michael Spiegel and Mark Maraia both had a sack as well. Matthew Gemignani was 8/8 on his long snapping attempts and Sean Levins went a perfect 7/7 on extra points. Matt Hade also kicked an extra point. Johnny Maraia and Jack Addeo had strong defensive efforts as well.  The JV team also defeated Westlake this weekend 20-6. Go Vikings!
    •  Soccer News - JV girls soccer tied Yorktown 1-1 on Saturday.  Maya Maayani  tied the game with 10 minutes to go in the 2nd half off an amazing cross from Sarah Quinn.  Goalkeeper Olivia Kelly made 4 excellent saves in the last 10 minutes to help preserve the tie.  Kelly had 10 saves in all.  Lauren Garvey, Steph Corredor, Laura McMahon and Julia Cerniglia led a strong defensive effort.
    •  Boys Lacrosse News - Mandatory boys lacrosse meeting tonight at 8pm in the cafeteria.  Attendance is expected for any student anticipating playing lacrosse during the Spring season.  
    •  Girls basketball News - All players interested in playing Girls basketball, please see Coach Greg Bacalles

       Community Opportunities

    • Support DASH for Down syndrome on September 29th, this fun run, walk and roll event celebrates siblings uniting together to honor and advocate for the Down syndrome community. Register at gigisplayhouse.org or contact Senior, Peter Tsetsekos.

     

     Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Friday, September 13, 2019, Cycle Day 3

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/13/2019

    Today is Friday, September 13, 2019, Cycle Day 3

    Club News

    • Interact Club - There will be a kickoff meeting of the INTERACT CLUB in Mrs. Dwyer's room 207 on Monday the 16th at 2PM.
    • Being a part of Interact is great way to reach out to your community and have fun at the same time with many community service opportunities.  New members are always welcome!
    • Lights, Camera, Action - the TV club will hold its first informational meeting after school on Tuesday, September 17th in the television studio.
    • Junior or Senior students interested in attending the Clarkstown Police Youth Academy this fall should see Officer Caivano or Officer Hodges for information and an application.  
    • Do you love Animé?  Manga?  Are you excited that Banjo Kazooie is now on Smash?   If so, the Animé Club is just the place for you!  Join us on Tuesday, September 17in Room 307 from 2-3pm for the first club meeting of the year!    If you can't make it that day but want to know more about the club, see Ms Weber in Room 310.
    • Attention Freshman: Student Council Elections for Freshman class officers will be held on Wednesday, October 2nd. Any freshman wishing to run for a position as a class officer on the Student Council must first complete a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.
    • Attention 10th and 11th graders: If you are interested in becoming a Peer Leader in the World of Difference Program, please attend an informational meeting on Monday, September 16 at 2:05 in Room 305. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Seery in Room 321A.
    • Freshmen who are interested in applying to be a member of the Superintendent's Advisory Council or the Principal's Advisory Council can pick up an application in the Main office. The application is due today.

     

    SPORTS

    • JV Field Hockey News - The JV Field Hockey team played an amazing game yesterday against Scarsdale. Even though the score reflected a loss 0-1, the Lady Vikings succeeded in working together as a team, communicating and building skills to hold off Scarsdale’s many advances. The defensive line of Emelia Jameson, Caitlyn Kastner and Hope Roberts worked tirelessly to bring the ball up to the midline. Goalie Ashley Ramirez-Gonzalez who is new to this position had 7 saves.
    • Football News – Tonight is our first varsity football game vs. Pelham HS at 7 pm.  The entry fee is $1 for students and $2 for adults - please bring singles! Students and fans will not be permitted to bring water bottles, drinks, and/or any backpacks into the stadium. Also, students will not be readmitted after leaving the stadium. Come out and support your Viking football team. Go Vikings!
    • Any students looking to be paid to work athletic events please stop by the athletic office asap to obtain the needed paperwork

     Community Opportunities

    • Support DASH for Down syndrome, this fun run, walk and roll event celebrates siblings uniting together to honor and advocate for the Down syndrome community.  Register at gigisplayhouse.org or contact Senior, Peter Tsetsekos.

     

     Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Thursday, September 12, 2019, Cycle Day 2

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/12/2019

    Today is Thursday, September 12, 2019, Cycle Day 2

     Club News

    Today in Clubs:

    • Are you new to the district? If so, please join in a meet and greet sponsored by ASSETS leadership today during 4th period in room 207. Those new to  the district will be excused from their class that period. See Ms. Solar or Ms. Dwyer with any questions.  
    • Youth Against Cancer will meet today in room 123. New members are welcome.
    • Viking Radio is looking for new aspiring talent and creative minds behind the scenes. Join us for the first informational meeting today after school in the TV Studio
    • Centerstage is the club to join for this year’s fall drama. Cast and stage crew are needed for the show. Be sure to come to our informational meeting today at 4:00 in the auditorium! That’s 4:00 in the auditorium where we will announce this year’s show.

     Additional Club News

    • Do you love Animé?  Manga?  Are you excited that Banjo Kazooie is now on Smash?   If so, the Animé Club is just the place for you!  Join us on Tuesday, September 17in Room 307 from 2-3pm for the first club meeting of the year!    If you can't make it that day but want to know more about the club, see Ms Weber in Room 310.
    • Attention Freshman: Student Council Elections for Freshman class officers will be held on Wednesday, October 2nd. Any freshman wishing to run for a position as a class officer on the Student Council must first complete a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.
    • Attention 10th and 11th graders: If you are interested in becoming a Peer Leader in the World of Difference Program, please attend an informational meeting on Monday, September 16 at 2:05 in Room 305. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Seery in Room 321A.
    • Freshmen who are interested in applying to be a member of the Superintendent's Advisory Council or the Principal's Advisory Council can pick up an application in the Main office. The application is due on Friday, September 13th.

    SPORTS

    Soccer News

    • The Varsity Soccer Vikings defeated New Rochelle yesterday. Nick Gorglione scored a goal with an assist by Mathis Aglialoro. In overtime, Luke Hanchar scored the game winning goal assisted by Liam Heanue. Alec Magner had 17 saves in goal. Thomas Valente, Justin Lee and Eric Muserlian played well for Vikings.
    •  The boys JV soccer team defeated Lakeland High School 2-1.  Robert Blake scored both of the goals for the Vikings.  Christian Nova made a number of great saves, including a penalty kick taken by Lakeland early on. Captain Aiden Evangelista along with Matt Feliciano, Michael Karcz, Robert Blake, and Jose Cirillo-Tores kept the team in the lead throughout the game with their strong defensive line.  The Vikings take on Nanuet High School on Tuesday.
    •  Football News - This Friday is our first varsity football game vs. Pelham HS at 7 pm.  The entry fee is $1 for students and $2 for adults - please bring singles! Students and fans will not be permitted to bring water bottles, drinks, and/or any backpacks into the stadium. Also, students will not be readmitted after leaving the stadium. Come out and support your Viking football team and remember to wear your brown and gold to school on Friday. Go Vikings!
    • Any students looking to be paid to work athletic events please stop by the athletic office asap to obtain the needed paperwork
    • For those interested in playing girls basketball, there will be open gym Thursday, September 12th in the South Gym from 6:30PM-8:30PM.

     Community Opportunities

    • Interested in becoming a peer tutor?  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for an application and recommendation forms.  Past tutors must update their info.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Wednesday, September 11, 2019, Cycle Day 1

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/11/2019

    Today is Wednesday, September 11, 2019, Cycle Day 1

     

    ************** September 11th - Moment of Silence *************

     

    **Students MUST clean up after themselves.  After lunch please toss all your trash in the garbage.  Make sure your area is as clean as when you arrived to sit there.  Thank you.

     

    Picture Day

    Picture Day is scheduled for today.  Pictures are taken during your scheduled Phys Ed period in the Gym.

     

    Junior / Senior Parking Information

    SRO Hodges will be giving the parking permit class today during the three lunch periods.  The class will be held in the auditorium.  Please bring your completed parking permit application and two dollars to get your parking sticker.  Please attend during your free period.  If you do not have a free period please stop by Officer Hodges office to make an arrangement.

     

    Seniors

    Seniors please pick up your permanent early dismissal pass in the third floor office.  

     

    Club News

    • Attention Freshman: Student Council Elections for Freshman class officers will be held on Wednesday, October 2nd. Any freshman wishing to run for a position as a class officer on the Student Council must first complete a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.
    • Attention: 10th and 11th graders: If you are interested in becoming a Peer Leader in the World of Difference Program, please attend an informational meeting on Monday, September 16 at 2:05 in Room 305. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Seery in Room 321A.
    • Are you new to the district? If so, please join in a meet and greet by ASSETS leadership on Thursday, September 12 during 4th period in room 207, you will be excused from your class that period. See Ms. Solar or Ms. Dwyer with any questions.  
    • Youth Against Cancer will meet on Thursday, September 12th in room 123. New members are welcome.
    •  If you are interested in being part of the 2019-2020 DECA Board, come to the informational board election meeting today at 2:05 in room 205. We are gearing up for another great year!
    • The ABCD Club - Anybody Can Dance will start practice today. They will meet every Wednesday and Thursday after school in the lower lobby near the Tech rooms.  All are welcome to dance.
    • Viking Radio is looking for new aspiring talent and creative minds behind the scenes. Join us for the first informational meeting on Thursday, September 12th. 
    • Freshmen who are interested in applying to be a member of the Superintendent's Advisory Council or the Principal's Advisory Council can pick up an application in the Main office. The application is due on Friday, September 13th.


    SPORTS

    • Swim News - Last night, the Clarkstown Girls Varsity Swimming & Diving team won their season home opener over Our Lady of Lourdes High School.  They successfully defeated the Warriors by the final score of 140 to 43. The team's record is now 1-1 for the season. In doing so, Madison Chalfin won the 1 meter diving event and qualified to compete at this season's Section 1 Championships. Other highlights include: Francesca Arciniegas was a double individual event winner in the 50 yard freestyle 100 yard butterfly events and Grace Dwyer was a double individual event winner in the 100 yard freestyle and 100 yard backstroke events. In addition, a shout out to our relay winners Francesca Arciniega,  Grace Dwyer and Meghan Ramundo.  Way to go girls!
    • Football News - This Friday is our first varsity football game vs. Pelham HS at 7 pm.  The entry fee is $1 for students and $2 for adults - please bring singles! Students and fans will not be permitted to bring water bottles, drinks, and/or any backpacks into the stadium. Also, students will not be readmitted after leaving the stadium. Come out and support your Viking football team and remember to wear your brown and gold to school on Friday. Go Vikings!
    • Any students looking to be paid to work athletic events please stop by the athletic office asap to obtain the needed paperwork.
    • For those interested in playing girls basketball, there will be open gym Thursday, September 12th in the South Gym from 6:30PM-8:30PM.

     Community Service Opportunities

    • Interested in becoming a peer tutor?  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for an application and recommendation forms.  Past tutors must update their info.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Tuesday, September 10, 2019, Cycle Day 6

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/10/2019

    Today is Tuesday, September 10, 2019, Cycle Day 6

     

    Picture Day

    Picture Day is scheduled for today and tomorrow.  Pictures are taken during your scheduled Phys Ed period in the Gym.

    Junior / Senior Parking Information

    SRO Hodges will be giving the parking permit class today and tomorrow during the three lunch periods.  The class will be held in the auditorium. Please bring your completed parking permit application and two dollars to get your parking sticker.  Please attend during your free period. If you do not have a free period please stop by Officer Hodges office to make an arrangement.

    Seniors

    Seniors please pick up your permanent early dismissal pass in the third floor office.  

    Club News

    • Attention: 10th and 11th graders: If you are interested in becoming a Peer Leader in the World of Difference Program, please attend an informational meeting on Monday, September 16 at 2:05 in Room 305. If you have any questions, please see Ms Seery in Room 321A.
    • Are you new to the district? If so, please join in a meet and greet by ASSETS leadership on Thursday, September 12 during 4th period in room 207, you will be excused from your class that period. See Ms. Solar or Ms. Dwyer with any questions.  
    • Youth Against Cancer will meet on Thursday, September 12th in room 123. New members are welcome.
    • We are gearing up for another great year!  If you are interested in being part of the 2019-2020 DECA Board, come to the informational board election meeting tomorrow at 2:05 in room 205.
    • The ABCD Club - Anybody Can Dance will start practice today. They will meet every Wednesday and Thursday after school in the lower lobby near the Tech rooms.  All are welcome to dance.
    • Viking Radio is looking for new aspiring talent and creative minds behind the scenes. Join us for the first informational meeting on Thursday, September 12th. 
    • Freshmen who are interested in applying to be a member of the Superintendent's Advisory Council or the Principal's Advisory Council can pick up an application in the Main office. The application is due on Friday, September 13th.


    SPORTS

    • Football News - This Friday is our first varsity football game vs. Pelham HS at 7 pm.  The entry fee is $1 for students and $2 for adults - please bring singles! Students and fans will not be permitted to bring water bottles, drinks, and/or any backpacks into the stadium. Also, students will not be readmitted after leaving the stadium. Come out and support your Viking football team and remember to wear your brown and gold to school on Friday. Go Vikings!
    • Tennis News - Congratulations to the JV Tennis team on defeating White Plains to start their season 1&0. Good luck to the team tomorrow against Tappan Zee.
    • Any students looking to be paid to work athletic events please stop by the athletic office asap to obtain the needed paperwork
    • For those interested in playing girls basketball, there will be open gym Thursday, September 12th in the South Gym from 6:30PM-8:30PM.

    Community Service Opportunities

     

    • Interested in becoming a peer tutor?  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for an application and recommendation forms.  Past tutors must update their info.

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Monday, September 9, 2019, Cycle Day 5

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/9/2019

     Monday, September 9, 2019, Cycle Day 5

    This is a reminder for ALL students: No one should be near the Science classrooms on the 1st floor or on the 2nd or 3rd floors during lunch periods. You must be in the cafeteria or the lobby. 

    Picture Day

    Picture Day is scheduled for Tuesday, September 10 & Wednesday, September 11.  Pictures are taken during your scheduled Phys Ed period in the Gym.

    Junior / Senior Parking Information

    SRO Hodges will be giving the parking permit class on Tuesday the 10th and Wednesday the 11th during the three lunch periods.  The class will be held in the auditorium. Please bring your completed parking permit application and two dollars to get your parking sticker.  Please attend during your free period. If you do not have a free period please stop by Officer Hodges office to make an arrangement.

    Seniors

    • If you have not picked up your Class of 2020 Senior Shirt please come to the main office now.
    • Only those with cars registered as a junior may bring in their approved form to the security desk and $2 for a sticker.

    Club News

    • We are gearing up for another great year!  If you are interested in being part of the 2019-2020 DECA Board, come to the informational board election meeting on Wednesday at 2:05 in room 205. That’s this Wednesday in 205 at 2:05!  See you there!
    • The ABCD Club - Anybody Can Dance will start practice on Wednesday, September 11. They will meet every Wednesday and Thursday after school in the lower lobby near the Tech rooms.  All are welcome to dance.
    • The National Art Honors Society will have its first meeting of the year for all members today in room 335 at 210. The meeting is mandatory.
    • Attention Vikings! Are you thinking about a career in radio? Viking Radio is looking for new aspiring talent and creative minds behind the scenes. From Sports Play by Plays to Today's Top Hit's, find your radio personality TODAY with Viking Radio.  Join us for the first informational meeting on Thursday, September 12th. 
    • Are you a great singer and musician?  TROUBADOURS is holding auditions today from 2-4pm in room 198 (the chorus room).  Troubadours is a select singing group that performs at functions all over Rockland County and beyond.   See or email Mr. Bonsignore if have any questions
    • Freshmen who are interested in applying to be a member of the Superintendent's Advisory Council or the Principal's Advisory Council can pick up an application in the Main office. The application is due on Friday, September 13th.
    • Homework Center begins today.


    SPORTS

    • Football news - Clarkstown South 52, Sleepy Hollow 17: At Sleepy, Dennis Riordan went 9 of 19 for 196 yards and three touchdowns. Nate Martins caught two passes for 106 yards, including two scores. Mark Maraia added 62 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. Ryan Smith had a TD, James Spiegel had a TD catch and also had two interceptions. The South defense led by Johnny Maraia, Sal Iodice, Jack Addeo, Stephen Kurisko and Andrew Paul, forced five turnovers and had four sacks — two apiece by Michael Spiegel and Matt Gemingani.  The JV Team also beat Sleepy Hollow on Saturday morning. 12-6. Go Vikings
    • Boys Soccer news - Clarkstown South - 3, Saunders-1 --Liam Heanue scored -2nd half Goal by Luke Hanchar assisted by Nick Gorglione and goal by Liam Heanue assisted by Luke Hanchar and Brendan McDonough had 14 saves. Mathis Aglialoro, Ryan Cummings and Hamza El Ousrouti played well for Vikings 
    • Any students looking to be paid to work athletic events please stop by the athletic office asap to obtain the needed paperwork
    •  For those players interested in playing girls basketball there will be open gym held on the following dates at South Gym from 6:30PM-8:30PM on Tuesday, September 10 and Thursday, September 12


    Community Service Opportunities

     

    • Interested in becoming a peer tutor?  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for an application and recommendation forms.  Past tutors must update their info.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Friday, 9/6/19, Cycle Day 4

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/6/2019

    Today is Friday, September 6, 2019, Cycle Day 4

    This is a reminder for ALL students: No one should be near the Science classrooms on the 1st floor or on the 2nd or 3rd floors during lunch periods. You must be in the cafeteria or the lobby. 

    No Place for Hate

    Any freshman, sophomore or junior who did not get the opportunity to sign the No Place for Hate yesterday, can do so today and tomorrow during period 4, 5, & 6. Assets Leadership students will have the pledge available for you to sign at a table set up in the lobby near the GO Store. Thanks for your support!!

     Bus Information

    If you have any questions regarding your bus number and/or slot number, please go a floor office or the Main Office for help.  Mr. Horan will be outside by the buses at dismissal. Also, make sure to get to your bus as soon as possible, they leave at 2:05PM.

    Picture Day

    Picture Day is scheduled for Tuesday, September 10 & Wednesday, September 11.  Pictures are taken during your scheduled Phys Ed period in the Gym.

    Junior / Senior Parking Information

    SRO Hodges will be giving the parking permit class on Tuesday the 10th and Wednesday the 11th during the three lunch periods.  The class will be held in the auditorium. Please bring your completed parking permit application and two dollars to get your parking sticker.  Please attend during your free period. If you do not have a free period please stop by Officer Hodges office to make an arrangement.

    Seniors

    • If you gave not picked up your Class of 2020 Senior Shirt please come to the main office now.
    • Only those with cars registered as a junior may bring in their approved form to the security desk and $2 for a sticker.

    Club News

    • Attention all Sophomore class officers:  Please see Mrs. Steinberg in room 173 today to fill out an important form.
    • The ABCD Club - Anybody Can Dance will start practice on Wednesday, September 11. They will meet every Wednesday and Thursday after school in the lower lobby near the Tech rooms.  All are welcome to dance.
    • The National Art Honors Society will have its first meeting of the year for all members on Monday in room 335 at 210. The meeting is mandatory.
    • Attention Vikings! Are you thinking about a career in radio? Viking Radio is looking for new aspiring talent and creative minds behind the scenes. From Sports Play by Plays to Today's Top Hit's, find your radio personality TODAY with Viking Radio.  Join us for the first informational meeting on Thursday, September 12th. 
    • Are you a great singer and musician?  TROUBADOURS is holding auditions Monday, Sept. 9th from 2-4pm in room 198 (the chorus room).  Troubadours is a select singing group that performs at functions all over Rockland County and beyond.  See or email Mr. Bonsignore if have any questions.
    • Freshmen who are interested in applying to be a member of the Superintendent's Advisory Council or the Principal's Advisory Council can pick up an application in the Main office. The application is due on Friday, September 13th.
    • Homework Center begins on Monday, September 9

    Sports

    • Any students looking to be paid to work athletic events please stop by the athletic office asap to obtain the needed paperwork
    •  For those players interested in playing girls basketball there will be open gym held on the following dates at South Gym from 6:30PM-8:30PM on Tuesday, September 10 and Thursday, September 12.
    • The JV boys soccer team defeated Peekskill yesterday 3-2 in their home opening game.  The first goal was scored off of a direct kick taken by Brenden McGlinchey 35 minutes into the first half.  Defender Robert Blake took a breakaway early into the second half where he scored a goal and put the Vikings into a 2-0 lead.  Aiden Evangelista scored the final team goal right before the end of the game. Christian Nova Alarcon made multiple saves that kept the team in the game.  The Vikings take on Fox Lane at home on Monday at 4:30 p.m.
    • Clarkstown South field hockey opened up the season with a 2-0 win over Nanuet.  Goals were scored by Olivia Nigro and Tara Kotten, who also added an assist. Rosie Tramm had a shutout in goal, and the entire defense player a strong game to stymie Nanuet.
    • Varsity boys soccer defeat Peekskill in overtime 3-2, Down by 2 goals Luke Hanchar assistedThomas Valente’s goal in the 65min and Patrick Rymsza 77 forcing the game into overtime. Luke Hanchar again with the assist to Nick Gorglione to win the game for the Vikings 3-2, Alec Magner has 13 saves in goal. Justin Lee, Eric Muserlian, Cary Karcher and Max Morcom played well for the Vikings.

    Community Service Opportunities

     

    • Interested in becoming a peer tutor?  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for an application and recommendation forms.  Past tutors must update their info.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Thursday, 9/5/19 - Cycle Day 3

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/5/2019

     

    Today is Thursday, September 5, 2019, Cycle Day 3

     

    No Place for Hate

    Any freshman, sophomore or junior who did not get the opportunity to sign the No Place for Hate yesterday, can do so today and tomorrow during period 4, 5, & 6. Assets Leadership students will have the pledge available for you to sign at a table set up in the lobby near the GO Store. Thanks for your support!!

     Bus Information

    If you have any questions regarding your bus number and/or slot number, please go a floor office or the Main Office for help.  Mr. Horan will be outside by the buses at dismissal. Also, make sure to get to your bus as soon as possible, they leave at 2:05PM.

    Picture Day

    Picture Day is scheduled for Tuesday, September 10 & Wednesday, September 11.  Pictures are taken during your scheduled Phys Ed period in the Gym.

    Junior / Senior Parking Information

    SRO Hodges will be giving the parking permit class on Tuesday the 10th and Wednesday the 11th during the three lunch periods.  The class will be held in the auditorium. Please bring your completed parking permit application and two dollars to get your parking sticker.  Please attend during your free period. If you do not have a free period please stop by Officer Hodges office to make an arrangement.

    Seniors

    Only those with cars registered as a junior may bring in their approved form to the security desk and $2 for a sticker.

    Club News

    • The National Art Honors Society will have its first meeting of the year for all members on Monday in room 335 at 210. The meeting is mandatory.
    • Attention Vikings! Are you thinking about a career in radio? Do you see yourself as z100's next Elvis Duran? Think you have what it takes to be on 105.1's The Breakfast Club? Viking Radio is looking for new aspiring talent and creative minds behind the scenes. From Sports Play by Plays to Today's Top Hit's, find your radio personality TODAY with Viking Radio.  Join us for the first informational meeting on Thursday, September 12th. 
    • Are you a great singer and musician?  TROUBADOURS is holding auditions Monday, Sept. 9th from 2-4pm in room 198 (the chorus room).    Troubadours is a select singing group that performs at functions all over Rockland County and beyond.   See or email Mr. Bonsignore if have any questions
    • Freshmen who are interested in applying to be a member of the Superintendent's Advisory Council or the Principal's Advisory Council can pick up an application in the Main office. The application is due on Friday, September 13th."
    • Homework Center begins on Monday, September 9

    Sports

    • Congratulations JV Girls soccer as they defeated Peekskill  5 - 0 yesterday. Faith Failing and Olivia Kelly combined for the shutout.  Karly Gillule scored 2 goals, Bella Azua and Maya Maayani each scored one. Sarah Quinn had a goal and an assist. 
    • Any students looking to be paid to work athletic events please stop by the athletic office asap to obtain the needed paperwork

    Community Service Opportunities

     

    • Interested in becoming a peer tutor?  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for an application and recommendation forms.  Past tutors must update their info.

     

     

    • Touching Bases, a baseball league for adults with disabilities, needs high school students to assist players during games on Saturday mornings in September and October in Pomona, Orangeburg or Hillburn. The games are recreational in nature and caring and enthusiasm are far more important than baseball knowledge. It's a great opportunity to earn community service hours or for students thinking about careers in special education, recreation and various helping professions to get some experience in an informal setting. Seniors who volunteer may be eligible to compete for a modest end-of-season scholarship. To help 210 players, ages 21 to 90, enjoy baseball, call or text 845-598-1657 or email RCTouchingbases@aol.com."

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Thursday, September 4, 2019, Day 2

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/4/2019

    Today is Thursday, September 4, 2019, Day 2 of our 6 day schedule cycle.

     

    Bus Information

    If you have any questions regarding your bus number and/or slot number, please go a floor office or the Main Office for help.  Mr. Horan will be outside by the buses at dismissal.

     

    Also, make sure to get to your bus as soon as possible, they leave at 2:05

     

    Picture Day

    Picture Day is scheduled for Tuesday, September 10 & Wednesday, September 11.  Pictures are taken during your scheduled Phys Ed period in the Gym.

     

    Seniors

    Only those with cars registered as a junior may bring in their approved form to the security desk and $2 for a sticker.

     

    Club News

    • Are you a great singer and musician?  TROUBADOURS is holding auditions Monday, Sept. 9th from 2-4pm in room 198 (the chorus room).    Troubadours is a select singing group that performs at functions all over Rockland County and beyond.   See or email Mr. Bonsignore if have any questions
    • Freshmen who are interested in applying to be a member of the Superintendent's Advisory Council or the Principal's Advisory Council can pick up an application in the Main office. The application is due on Friday, September 13th.
    • Homework Center begins on Monday, September 9

     

    Sports

    • Any 9th grade girl interested in playing softball this school year and 9th grade girls JV Soccer players, please attend a meeting during extended homeroom TODAY, it will only take 10 minutes in the Cafeteria with Coach Peterson
    • Varsity Football Players that need to see the trainer and/or school doctor report after school.  Practice today, arrival time will be 4:00pm, practice will take place from 4:30pm-7:15pm today. If your not sure if you should see the trainer/doctor, please see them anyway. If you have any concerns or questions please see Coach Scarpelli

     

    Community Service Opportunities

     

    • Interested in becoming a peer tutor?  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for an application and recommendation forms.  Past tutors must update their info.

     

     

    • Touching Bases, a baseball league for adults with disabilities, needs high school students to assist players during games on Saturday mornings in September and October in Pomona, Orangeburg or Hillburn. The games are recreational in nature and caring and enthusiasm are far more important than baseball knowledge. It's a great opportunity to earn community service hours or for students thinking about careers in special education, recreation and various helping professions to get some experience in an informal setting. Seniors who volunteer may be eligible to compete for a modest end-of-season scholarship. To help 210 players, ages 21 to 90, enjoy baseball, call or text 845-598-1657 or email RCTouchingbases@aol.com."

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Tuesday, 9/3/19 - Day 1

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/3/2019

     

    Welcome class of 2023 and to all our South students.

     

    Community Service Hours needed?

    Touching Bases, a baseball league for adults with disabilities, needs high school students to assist players during games on Saturday mornings in September and October in Pomona, Orangeburg or Hillburn. The games are recreational in nature and caring and enthusiasm are far more important than baseball knowledge. It's a great opportunity to earn community service hours or for students thinking about careers in special education, recreation and various helping professions to get some experience in an informal setting. Seniors who volunteer may be eligible to compete for a modest end-of-season scholarship. To help 210 players, ages 21 to 90, enjoy baseball, call or text 845-598-1657 or email RCTouchingbases@aol.com."

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Monday, September 9, 2019, Cycle Day 5

    Posted by Tara Simon on 9/2/2019

    Today is Monday, September 9, 2019, Cycle Day 5

    This is a reminder for ALL students: No one should be near the Science classrooms on the 1st floor or on the 2nd or 3rd floors during lunch periods. You must be in the cafeteria or the lobby. 

    Picture Day

    Picture Day is scheduled for Tuesday, September 10 & Wednesday, September 11.  Pictures are taken during your scheduled Phys Ed period in the Gym.

    Junior / Senior Parking Information

    SRO Hodges will be giving the parking permit class on Tuesday the 10th and Wednesday the 11th during the three lunch periods.  The class will be held in the auditorium. Please bring your completed parking permit application and two dollars to get your parking sticker.  Please attend during your free period. If you do not have a free period please stop by Officer Hodges office to make an arrangement.

    Seniors

    • If you have not picked up your Class of 2020 Senior Shirt please come to the main office now.
    • Only those with cars registered as a junior may bring in their approved form to the security desk and $2 for a sticker.

    Club News

    • We are gearing up for another great year!  If you are interested in being part of the 2019-2020 DECA Board, come to the informational board election meeting on Wednesday at 2:05 in room 205. That’s this Wednesday in 205 at 2:05!  See you there!
    • The ABCD Club - Anybody Can Dance will start practice on Wednesday, September 11. They will meet every Wednesday and Thursday after school in the lower lobby near the Tech rooms.  All are welcome to dance.
    • The National Art Honors Society will have its first meeting of the year for all members today in room 335 at 210. The meeting is mandatory.
    • Attention Vikings! Are you thinking about a career in radio? Viking Radio is looking for new aspiring talent and creative minds behind the scenes. From Sports Play by Plays to Today's Top Hit's, find your radio personality TODAY with Viking Radio.  Join us for the first informational meeting on Thursday, September 12th. 
    • Are you a great singer and musician?  TROUBADOURS is holding auditions today from 2-4pm in room 198 (the chorus room).  Troubadours is a select singing group that performs at functions all over Rockland County and beyond.   See or email Mr. Bonsignore if have any questions
    • Freshmen who are interested in applying to be a member of the Superintendent's Advisory Council or the Principal's Advisory Council can pick up an application in the Main office. The application is due on Friday, September 13th.
    • Homework Center begins today.


    SPORTS

    • Football news - Clarkstown South 52, Sleepy Hollow 17: At Sleepy, Dennis Riordan went 9 of 19 for 196 yards and three touchdowns. Nate Martins caught two passes for 106 yards, including two scores. Mark Maraia added 62 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. Ryan Smith had a TD, James Spiegel had a TD catch and also had two interceptions. The South defense led by Johnny Maraia, Sal Iodice, Jack Addeo, Stephen Kurisko and Andrew Paul, forced five turnovers and had four sacks — two apiece by Michael Spiegel and Matt Gemingani.  The JV Team also beat Sleepy Hollow on Saturday morning. 12-6. Go Vikings
    • Boys Soccer news - Clarkstown South - 3, Saunders-1glione and goal by Liam Heanue assisted by Luke Hanchar and Brendan McDonough had 14 saves. Mathis Aglialoro, Ryan Cummings and Hamza El Ousrouti played well for Vikings 
    • Any students looking to be paid to work athletic events please stop by the athletic office asap to obtain the needed paperwork
    • For those players interested in playing girls basketball there will be open gym held on the following dates at South Gym from 6:30PM-8:30PM on Tuesday, September 10 and Thursday, September 12


    Community Service Opportunities

     

    • Interested in becoming a peer tutor?  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for an application and recommendation forms.  Past tutors must update their info.

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Monday 6/17/19 - Day 5

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 6/17/2019

    Attention All Students:

    Lockers MUST be emptied TODAY.  You will not be allowed to go to your lockers during exams.  Any materials in the locker after today will be collected and discarded.

     

    Attention all students and staff- June is LGBTQ Pride Month!  To celebrate, all are invited to attend Rockland Pride. The event is taking place on Sunday, June 23rd from 12- 5pm. This will be an outdoor event located in downtown Haverstraw at Maple & West Broad Streets, across from Village Hall. There will be live music, entertainment, activities, food, local organizations, a lot of fun and tons of pride!  We encourage all students, faculty and your families to attend. Please see Ms. Seery or Mrs. Goodman if you have any questions.

     

    Class of 2020:

    Your senior portrait gallery is available online!

    If you have not already done so, go to your prearranged e-email for the link, check

    out the proofs and select one for the yearbook. If you have any questions see Ms.

    Russ or email Beth.

     

    Please come support South's Mock Trial Club at our dine out night at Moes this Wed. June 19th from 3-8pm. Mention South mock trial and a portion of the proceeds goes to this club! Thanks Vikings! 

     

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for! Those precious senior moments! Please stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin to order your video now. 

    Any student enrolled in AP Microeconomics for next school year should see Mrs. Balducci in the Social Studies office today for the summer assignment.

     

    Any student who needs community service hours, please see Mr. DeLucia in room 213.

     

    All students taking AP European History next year should have received an email from Mrs. Young regarding google classroom and the summer assignment. Please check your school email for the information. If you have questions, see Mrs. Young in room 301.

     

    Attention Juniors: Senior shirts are available for purchase on our webpage.  The deadline is today.  The price is $26, don’t miss out! The class of 2020 rocks!

     

    Sports: 

     

    Football TD Club Registration for Parents and Players will take place on Wednesday, June 19 in South's cafeteria 103/104 from 6:00pm-8:30pm.

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    There is a Six Week Strength & Conditioning Program during the summer.  If you are interested, stop by the Athletic Office for a registration form.

     

    Any girl interested in playing Soccer in the fall, please pick up an information packet from Coach Peterson in room 201.

     

    To all present and potential football players if you have not received June Football Camp forms, please see Coach Scarpelli ASAP.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

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  • Friday, 6/14/19 - Day 4

    Posted by Tara Simon on 6/14/2019

                                                                    

     Attention All Students:

    Lockers MUST be emptied by Monday, June 17th.  You will not be allowed to go to your lockers during exams.  Any materials in the locker after June 17th will be collected and discarded.

     

    Attention all future sophomores - 

    Euro Challenge is an exciting educational opportunity for 9th & 10th grade high school students to learn about the European Union (EU) and the euro. 

    This is a competitive program and only one team can compete to represent South.  The team can be comprised of 3-5 students.  

    Any upcoming 10th grade student who would like to be considered for the team should see Mrs. Balducci in the social studies office ASAP.

     

    Class of 2020:

    Your senior portrait gallery is available online!

    If you have not already done so, go to your prearranged e-email for the link, check

    out the proofs and select one for the yearbook. If you have any questions see Ms.

    Russ or email Beth.

     

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments!  Please stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin to order your video now. 

    Any student enrolled in AP Microeconomics for next school year should see Mrs. Balducci in the Social Studies office this week for the summer assignment.

     

    Any student who needs community service hours, please see Mr. DeLucia in room 213.

    All students taking AP European History next year should have received an email from Mrs. Young regarding google classroom and the summer assignment. Please check your school email for the information. If you have questions, see Mrs. Young in room 301.

     

    The last Global History Regents review session will be tomorrow! That’s right Saturday! We will focus on content and test strategies.  Don't miss out!

     

    Attention Juniors: Senior shirts are available for purchase on our webpage.  The deadline is this Monday, June 17th.  The price is $26, don’t miss out! The class of 2020 rocks!

     

    Sports: 

     

    Football TD Club Registration for Parents and Players will take place on Wednesday, June 19 in South's cafeteria 103/104 from 6:00pm-8:30pm.

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    There is a Six Week Strength & Conditioning Program during the summer.  If you are interested, stop by the Athletic Office for a registration form.

     

    Any girl interested in playing Soccer in the fall, please pick up an information packet from Coach Peterson in room 201.

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Thursday 6/13/19 - Day 3

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 6/13/2019

    Attention All Students:

    Lockers MUST be emptied by Monday, June 17th  You will not be allowed to go to your lockers during exams.  Any materials in the locker after June 17th will be collected and discarded.

     

    Attention all future sophomores - 

    Euro Challenge is an exciting educational opportunity for 9th & 10th grade high school students to learn about the European Union (EU) and the euro. 

    This is a competitive program and only one team can compete to represent South.  The team can be comprised of 3-5 students.  

    Any upcoming 10th grade student who would like to be considered for the team should see Mrs. Balducci in the social studies office ASAP.

     

    Class of 2020:

    Your senior portrait gallery is available online!

    If you have not already done so, go to your prearranged e-email for the link, check

    out the proofs and select one for the yearbook. If you have any questions see Ms.

    Russ or email Beth.

     

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments!  Please stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin to order your video now. 

    Attention all singers: Pre-auditions for  South's select vocal ensemble, The Troubadours, are being held today in room 198, the chorus room.  Sign up outside the chorus room and contact Mr. Bonsignore if you have any questions.  This is to fill spots for next school year...get a jump on the competition by auditioning now instead of in September!

     

    Any student enrolled in AP Microeconomics for next school year should see Mrs. Balducci in the Social Studies office this week for the summer assignment.

     

    Mrs. Sweeney's Living Environment Regents Review will be today postponed from yesterday!

     

    The Level II Spanish review will take place today after school in room 226.

     

    Attention all Assets members: We have had an incredible year of events, fundraising and fun!  All members should meet today for a final meeting and celebration!

     

    Any student who needs community service hours, please see Mr. DeLucia in room 213.

     

    Are you a member of South’s new HOSA Club? Do you like pizza and parties? Well then come join the HOSA club for a pizza party today in room 123! Slices are $3 or 2 for $5 and drinks and snacks will also be provided. Stop by and party with us for our final informational meeting of the year! 

    Attention Student Council election candidates: A reminder that candidates are responsible for removing any campaign postings they have posted throughout the building.

     

    All students taking AP European History next year should have received an email from Mrs. Young regarding google classroom and the summer assignment. Please check your school email for the information. If you have questions, see Mrs. Young in room 301.

     

    The last Global History Regents review session will be Saturday!  We will focus on content and test strategies.  Don't miss out!!!

     

    Attention Juniors: Senior shirts are available for purchase on our webpage.  The deadline is next Monday, June 17th.  The price is $26, don’t miss out!! The class of 2020 rocks!

     

    Sports: 

     

    Football TD Club Registration for Parents and Players will take place on 6/19 in South's cafeteria 103/104 from 6:00pm-8:30pm.

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    There is a Six Week Strength & Conditioning Program during the summer.  If you are interested, stop by the Athletic Office for a registration form.

     

     

    Any girl interested in playing Soccer in the fall, please pick up an information packet from Coach Peterson in room 201.

     

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

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