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The Smithtown Central School District will host its spring Parent... (more)
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Fourth-graders at St. James Elementary School celebrated the opening... (more)
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Dozens of classic nursery rhyme characters came to life on stage at... (more)
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SCOPE educator John Shiels visited with fourth-graders at Tackan... (more)
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The competition was fierce as Accompsett Elementary School held its... (more)
High School West leadership students Brooke Vitulli and Marie Carpenter were named finalists in the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights “Speak Truth To Power” video contest sponsored by the American Federation of Teachers and the Tribeca Film Institute. The video, which they completed in leadership after researching important leaders who have been activists in civil or human rights movements, required that they address a certain human rights issue and explain how a chosen individual has... Click Here to View
Fifth-graders from Accompsett Elementary School showed off their teamwork and athletic abilities in this year’s production of “Bring It On” on March 27. Led by physical education teacher Ed Shivokevich, acts included dance, hula-hoop, parachute, soccer, basketball, football and baseball. Students put on two performances for students, teachers and parents.
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High School West senior Sarah Adamo has been named a grand-prize winner at the New York State Science and Engineering Fair, where she received the best in fair award.
Her project, “Acetylcholine and nicotine potentiate currents in cells isolated from the sea anemone, Nematostella vectensis,” was completed at Stony Brook University under the guidance of Dr. James Dilger. Sarah will be competing at the International Science and Engineering Fair in May. Click Here to View
Seventh-graders in Connor Kelly’s technology class at Great Hollow Middle School were tasked with flying paper airplanes as part of a Project Lead the Way activity on designing technology solutions. After completing their unit on aerodynamics and flight, the students first had to adjust rudders, ailerons and elevators to have the plane perform specific maneuvers in flight. For the second part of the activity, the students attempted to fly their airplanes as far as possible, some reaching... Click Here to View
High School West senior Kyle Zawadzki has been chosen as a News12 Long Island Scholar Athlete Award recipient and was presented with a $1,000 check. He was selected for the award based on his academic and athletic achievements.
Kyle maintains above a 4.0 grade point average and plays lacrosse and football. He will be playing Division I lacrosse for Yale University this fall. Kyle was selected to the 2017 All-County lacrosse team and the New York All-State AA football second team for his... Click Here to View
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