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Sagamore Middle School

57 Division Street
Holtsville, NY 11742
Principal: Frank Panasci
Assistant Principals: Donna Gregory and John Galligan

Phone: (631) 696 - 8600

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8th Grade Field Trip Registration - Click on the link to register for the 8th grade field trip.

7th Grade Field Trip Registration - Click on the link to register for the 7th grade field trip.


Sachem East Curriculum Fair for Grade 8 Parents and Students

On Thursday, January 11th Sagamore and Seneca 8th grade parents are invited to Sachem High School East for a series of curriculum presentations beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Auditorium.  Letter from Mr. Antonetti about the Curriculum Fair.

8th To 9th Grade Programming Letter

Reflections Update:

“Within Reach”

This year’s Reflections program had several student entries in the areas of Photography, Literature and Dance Choreography.  The five works were selected for submission to the Regional (Suffolk County) Level. Judging at the Regional Level will be in late December.  Winners moving on to the New York State Level will be notified in February.

Congratulations to the following Sagamore Winners:

Gina Sacco (Literature)

Elizabeth Ardizzone (Literature)

Ashley Lormestoire (Dance Choreography)

Claudia Jordan (Photography)

Adriana Ancilleri (Photography)

PTA Reflections Winners

All projects will be tentatively held by the PTSA.  In the spring, we will host a Sagamore Reflections Night for all participants.  Thank you again for supporting this cultural arts program.

Michelle Barresi

Sagamore PTSA Reflections Chair

Elizabeth Gennosa

Sagamore Reflections Teacher Liaison


Check out the Mixed Bags Fundraiser a Sagamore PTSA fundraiser   All proceeds go to Sagamore students. 

flyer mixed bags


Please review the Bicycle Rules for Sagamore 2017-18:

Bicycle Rules 2017-18























Family Connect Night

Sagamore is scheduling a Family Connect Night on the last Wednesday of every month.  This will be a night without written homework, allowing families time to make connections.  We encourage you to use the time normally reserved for HW to schedule some family activities with your middle schoolers on these nights.  The first date is September 27.


Sagamore Breakfast Pass


Sagamore Sports have begun! 


Important Opening Day Information for Parents and Students

Form A- Welcome Letter

Form B- Student/Parent Handbook

Form C- Sachem Board of Education Code of Conduct Policy

Form D- Handbook/Code of Conduct Review Acknowledgement (Signatures Required)

Form E- Student Image Use Permission (Signatures Required)

Form F- Internet/Computer Acceptable Use Policy

2017-18 Sagamore Bus Stop Information

Regular Bus Stops

Club/Sports Bus Stops


Emergency Bus Stops

The Sachem Family (students, parents, employees and residents) works interdependently to develop leaders of great character who are highly competent, confident, and caring.  Most importantly, we are motivating our students to become  the best possible version of themselves.


Sagamore Calendar
Sagamore Calendar

In the News

Reptiles, Reptiles, and More Reptiles! By Giavonna Perkins

critter club photo
Sagamore Middle School’s Critter Club was visited by Jungle Bob on November 15, 2017. Jungle Bob is a specialist when it comes to all kinds of reptiles.

Jungle Bob visited Critter Club and brought in some fascinating reptiles to observe. First, Critter Club members saw and felt Rosy, a cool, scary and hairy tarantula that was the size of a human palm. Then Critter Club met two slithery and sly snakes that had wildly colored patterned skin. The little one was about one and a half feet long. The little one also had red and black stripes on its skin. The larger snake was about two feet long with an unusual pattern that was green, yellow, and tan. One student got to wear it as a necklace. We learned that every snake is unique in its own special way.
Next, we saw a bearded dragon.  I fell in love with it quickly because it was tiny and cute. The bearded dragon had yellow skin that felt like rubber and it had a blue tongue. When I held the dragon the wrong way, I got scared because the dragon looked like it was about to scream. Now I’m wondering, do bearded dragons actually scream? Turns out I loved the bearded dragon and it was a fascinating experience, one I will never forget.

Lastly, Critter Club met Castro who is an iguana that was four feet long. This interesting critter was from Cuba and he was nineteen years of age which is pretty old. The iguana ate a live bug. In conclusion, being a Critter Club member gives me a lot of opportunities to learn, see and meet new animals. You can also visit Jungle Bob at his stores.

JUNGLE BOB’s Reptile World: www.junglebobreptileworld


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