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Change to District Mascot

We would like to express our gratitude for your active participation in Phase 1 of the new mascot selection process for our district. Your willingness to share your thoughts and ideas in this collaborative endeavor to choose a new mascot that embodies our community's spirit has been invaluable.

As we conclude the first phase of this process, we once again turn to you, the members of our school community, for your assistance. We invite you to cast your vote to select your favorite mascot from the top six options provided in the link below.

To participate in the mascot selection process, you must be a student, staff member, current resident, or alumnus of the Brentwood Union Free School District.

Please join us in determining the next mascot of the Brentwood Union Free School District by clicking the link below and selecting your preferred mascot from the top six options.

Survey now closed

New Mascot Selection Process

Phase I - Suggestions from the Community - COMPLETED

  • The suggestion form open to the entire Brentwood Schools community was closed on February 28th. Students, staff members, current residents and alumni of the district submitted their suggestion on the new Brentwood representative for our mascot/logo.

Phase II - Community & Student Vote

  • Once suggestion form has been closed, the top 6 suggestions will be sent out for the community to pick their favorite.
  • Students will vote during school hours using a separate link.

Phase III- New Mascot Logo Design Contest

  • Details of New Mascot Logo Design Contest coming soon.

BOE Meeting New Mascot Presentation - January 18, 2024

Additional Information

In May 2023, The New York State Board of Regents adopted Part 123 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education, Prohibiting the Use of Indigenous Names, Mascots and Logos by Public Schools. Former Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Loeschner, facilitated discussions with representatives from a local Native American Tribe which led to the decision of changing our current mascot and District logo to something more inclusive to ensure the unity of all members of our community.

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