The South Orangetown Annual MakerFaire will take place on Thursday, March 5th from 6:30 – 8:30 in the TZHS Gymnasium. For more information and to sign up, click here: http://blogs.socsd.org/makerfaire/
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The Cottage Lane Web Portal is the page that the students see when they open the internet in the lab and in the school. It contains many of the links to materials which we use in school. Check it out. Click on the Cottage Lane Web Portal in the menu above.
Click here to take our survey to choose the theme for this year’s 5th grade dance!
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- Check multiple sites
- Use sites you trust, first
- Know the difference between fact and opinion
Come follow along as Mr. Tanenbaum bikes the length of the Erie Canal from Buffalo to Albany. It will all happen over Spring Break. You can follow long and comment to Mr. Tanenbaum on the project blog, erie.jacobtanenbaum.com.
The Erie Canal was a 360 mile canal built from one end of New York State to the other. It helped make New York the economic center that it remains today. Mr. Tanenbaum will bike a route roughly tracing the old canal from Buffalo to Albany. Students can learn about this amazing project that was considered one of the great wonders of the world at the time that it was built. Join us for the fun, starting on April 20th!
Click this link to vote for the 5th Grade Dance Theme. Let us hear from you!
I invite you to come by and take a look at my photography exhibit at the Tappan Library. It is on display now through the end of March. The photographs are located on the second floor and in the glass cabinet by the main entrance.
The SOCSD Maker Faire will take place on March 7th from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM in the Tappan Zee High School Gymnasium. Come one, come all. Students and parents are welcome to come that night. You only need to register if you want to share a project. Students may register to share their projects at this link: http://blogs.socsd.org/makerfaire/
There are a number of popular apps and games which enable children to use their parents credit cards to make purchases within the program. Take a look at this New York Times article which describes both the problem, and what parents can do about it: