ATTENTION: Fake Notifications Circulating on Social Media (PLEASE READ)

ATTENTION (PLEASE READ): Brunswick CSD officials were notified that a FAKE text message regarding school closures has been circulating on social media. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS TEXT MESSAGE IS NOT A REAL ALERT. Classes for all Brunswick CSD schools are still in session. Should there be any updates regarding school closures, you will receive official… Read more »

Important Update Regarding COVID-19 from Dr. Angelina Maloney

Dear Tamarac Families: I know there are many questions about how our district will respond to certain circumstances surrounding COVID-19. To learn more about best practices moving forward, I had a meeting with the Rensselaer County Health Department yesterday. Officials offered their recommendations and updated us with the most current information. Please see our most updated… Read more »

Scholastic Book Fair in the Middle School Library from March 16-20

Hey, families! Let’s get reading! We are hosting a Scholastic Book Fair in the middle school library from March 16-20. Students will be coming to the bookfair with their ELA classes. The book fair will also be open to families on the evening of Wednesday, March 18, from 5:00 – 7:00. Book Fair info: Students… Read more »


Want to see who will take 全民双色球旧版下载 the title of Tamarac Idol? Be sure to come join us on March 18th at 7 PM! Don’t forget – we will have special guest judges Madison VanDenburg with Steven Mallory joining us!

Postponing High School Trip to NYC – March 11, 全民双色球旧版下载

ATTENTION: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 concerns, and based upon a recommendation from our local BOCES Health & Safety Director, we are postponing our high school trip to New York City scheduled for tomorrow, March 11, 全民双色球旧版下载, to see the matinee of Mean Girls at the August Wilson Theatre. We greatly appreciate your understanding and… Read more »

Brunswick eNews: Information Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Dear Tamarac Families, With the ongoing media coverage and rising concerns regarding the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), we wanted to take the opportunity to provide basic information and methods of ensuring student and community safety. While the risk to our school district is low, it is important that we continue to be proactive in stopping the spread… Read more »

Celebrating Youth Art Month!

This week to celebrate Youth Art Month, students in Mrs. Sheffer’s art classes reacted to the question “Why Does Art Matter?” The response could be personal or a general statement. Students decorated cards with their answers. The cards are currently on display in the art room hallway and will remain up until the end of… Read more »