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CMS Moving Up Ceremony Stream?

Please join us online as we celebrate Commack Middle School's Moving Up ceremony on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Click here for streaming link 

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Posted Tuesday, June 25, 2024

June Star '24

Superintendent Dr. Jordan Cox presented custodian Brandon Beatty with the Commack Star Award at Building Blocks Developmental Preschool Friday afternoon. 
 
The Commack Star is awarded to district employees who demonstrate exemplary achievement, contribution and performance in their roles.
 
This year, Beatty was assigned to Building Blocks as a leave replacement head custodian and during that time he fulfilled the role with fidelity. He is excited to come to work each and every day and fulfill his responsibilities. Beatty is eager, willing, and creates a rapport with all of the children he sees.  
 
Beatty’s nomination came from Building Blocks Executive Director Donna Charbonneau, in which she described Beatty stepping in at the last minute to perform in a staff circus for Building Blocks children.
 
“Brandon’s impact on the children has been so positive,” Charbonneau said. “That day, he remained in costume while he went to all of the classrooms to collect the trash.  You should have heard the giggles and excitement of the children as he entered their classes.”
 
Dr. Cox echoed Charbonneau’s sentiment.
 
“To say that Brandon has gone above and beyond during his time here at Building Blocks, and in Commack as a whole, is an understatement,” Dr. Cox said. “He truly exemplifies all the qualities of a Commack Star. Congratulations.”

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Posted Monday, June 24, 2024

Brandon Beatty Presented Commack Star Award

Superintendent Dr. Jordan Cox presented custodian Brandon Beatty with the Commack Star Award at Building Blocks Developmental Preschool Friday afternoon. 
 
The Commack Star is awarded to district employees who demonstrate exemplary achievement, contribution and performance in their roles.
 
This year, Beatty was assigned to Building Blocks as a leave replacement head custodian and during that time he fulfilled the role with fidelity. He is excited to come to work each and every day and fulfill his responsibilities. Beatty is eager, willing, and creates a rapport with all of the children he sees.  
 
Beatty’s nomination came from Building Blocks Executive Director Donna Charbonneau, in which she described Beatty stepping in at the last minute to perform in a staff circus for Building Blocks children.
 
“Brandon’s impact on the children has been so positive,” Charbonneau said. “That day, he remained in costume while he went to all of the classrooms to collect the trash.  You should have heard the giggles and excitement of the children as he entered their classes.”
 
Dr. Cox echoed Charbonneau’s sentiment.
 
“To say that Brandon has gone above and beyond during his time here at Building Blocks, and in Commack as a whole, is an understatement,” Dr. Cox said. “He truly exemplifies all the qualities of a Commack Star. Congratulations.”

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Posted Friday, June 21, 2024

NY Blood Center Awards Scholarship

Congrats to CHS student Alexa V., who has been awarded a scholarship from the New York Blood Center due to her work with the Future Healthcare Professionals Club.

Alexa hosted a blood drive at CHS.

Future Healthcare Professionals Club advisor Jeanne Suttie presented Alexa with the award on Tuesday morning.

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Posted Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Special Olympics Double Gold!

Congrats to CHS' Tyler C., who captured singles and doubles gold in tennis at the Special Olympics' New York State Summer Games this past weekend!

Tyler participated with the CHS JV tennis team this past season.

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Posted Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Pickleball Courts Open!

Play ball!

The Commack community now has a new venue to participate in the nation's fastest-growing sport.

CHS students on Thursday morning became the first to use a set of three new pickleball courts at the high school, adjacent to the tennis courts and baseball field.

Beginning this weekend, community members are invited to use the pickleball courts after school hours and on weekends from dawn to dusk.

As a reminder, please be respectful of the court rules and other court patrons.

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Posted Thursday, June 13, 2024

Jon Miale Presented With Commack Star Award

Superintendent Dr. Jordan Cox presented guidance counselor Jon Miale with the Commack Star Award during the Commack High School morning announcements Wednesday morning. 

The Commack Star is awarded to district employees who demonstrate exemplary achievement, contribution and performance in their roles.

Miale goes above and beyond in all things Commack. He is reliable and professional in his role as a counselor, and has made incredible relationships throughout the building with students, faculty and staff.

Miale started the Special Olympics club at CHS which has grown over the years to now include over 70 students. This year the club was recognized as a top fundraising team. In addition to the Special Olympics, Mr. Miale has been involved with coaching for the district’s Unified Basketball team, and new this year a Unified Bowling team. 

“Some may say that Mr. Miale is an inspiration as an educator,” Dr. Cox said. “He approaches every situation with kindness and positivity.  He cares about the mental health and academic success of all of the students at Commack High School.”

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Posted Wednesday, June 12, 2024

June Star '24

Superintendent Dr. Jordan Cox presented guidance counselor Jon Miale with the Commack Star Award during the Commack High School morning announcements Wednesday morning. 

The Commack Star is awarded to district employees who demonstrate exemplary achievement, contribution and performance in their roles.

Miale goes above and beyond in all things Commack. He is reliable and professional in his role as a counselor, and has made incredible relationships throughout the building with students, faculty and staff.

Miale started the Special Olympics club at CHS which has grown over the years to now include over 70 students. This year the club was recognized as a top fundraising team. In addition to the Special Olympics, Mr. Miale has been involved with coaching for the district’s Unified Basketball team, and new this year a Unified Bowling team. 

“Some may say that Mr. Miale is an inspiration as an educator,” Dr. Cox said. “He approaches every situation with kindness and positivity.  He cares about the mental health and academic success of all of the students at Commack High School.”

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Posted Wednesday, June 12, 2024

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