Thank you to the community for passing the Uniondale School District budget!
Please be advised that the 21st Century trip scheduled for tomorrow, May 6th will take place RAIN or SHINE
Please dress to the weather!!
There will be spring work outs every Monday starting 4/24 6:00 pm at UHS for 8th grade boys who want to play volleyball. Work outs are held by Varsity coaches Mr. Dunkley and Ms. Bowen.
Thursday April 20th 3-5pm
We hope that you have had a relaxing break! Remember the NYS Math Exam will take place from May 2nd to May 4th.
The school wide trip to bounce that was scheduled for Tuesday March 14th has been moved to Tuesday March 21
See Ms. Catalano or Ms. Visconti for questions.
There will be no school on Friday, November 11, 2016
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UNIONDALE SUMMER ARTS ACADEMY 2017
July 5th through August 4th @ UNIONDALE HIGH SCHOOL
8:0OAM – 12 NOON
MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
BAND, ORCHESTRA, CHORUS, DANCE
Reminder!!!! Our last trip will take place on June 3rd!!! We will be visiting the Central Park Zoo as well as other nearby attractions!
Lake Compounce: Thursday, June 8th. Please arrive at school at 5am. Hand in your permission slip if you have not done so.
Dance: Friday, June 16th at the Marriott from 6pm-10pm
Graduation: All students must arrive at 2pm at the High School on Thursday, June 22nd. There will be 3 tickets given to each student. NO EXCEPTIONS.
A Message from Dr. Donald Humphrey,
Principal of Turtle Hook Middle School
Greetings THMS Families!
Happy Spring!! As we begin the 4th quarter please make sure that your child is staying on top of his or her school work so that they can enjoy all of the activities planned for the end of the school year.
Turtle Hook Middle School has been named a National School of Character by Character.org, a national organization that supports the advancement of character development in schools, communities, and workplaces across the U.S. and globally. Turtle Hook celebrated this honor at a national forum that was held in Washington, D.C. on October 15, 2016.
This prestigious honor recognizes schools that have demonstrated a dedicated focus on character development programs that show positive impact on academic achievement, student behavior and school climate. Turtle Hook Middle School was one of 68 finalists in the country for this award, which required a site visit and an analysis of the impact its character-related efforts have had at the school.
The award is based on how a school implements the partnership’s 11 Principles of Effective Character Education. National Schools of Character hold their designation for five years. We are honored to have this title and we would like to thank all of you, especially the parents and community members, for continuing to partner with us as we serve as positive role models for all children.