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On Wednesday, Oct. 17, Smithtown Central School District will host... (more)
National Junior Honor Society students from Accompsett Middle School recently held a pet drive for animals affected during and after Hurricane Florence. North Shore Animal League in Port Washington took in more than 100 animals displaced by the storm. The members of the honor society collected donations, food and other supplies, valued at more than $400. Click Here to View
Throughout the week of Oct. 1, Mills Pond Elementary School held a Peace Week celebration, spearheaded by the school’s Shanti Fund Committee to recognize the work of Mahatma Gandhi.
Themed “Peace Is Cool,” the activities kicked off with different mindfulness activities such as yoga, breathing, stretching and relaxation techniques. In the lobby, a peace graffiti bulletin board was created so students could write what peace means to them. Each morning announcement throughout... Click Here to View
Nesaquake Middle School is doing its part to help fight the battle against childhood cancer. In recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness month in September, the school participated in a number of fundraising and awareness efforts.
To kick off the fundraising efforts, the middle school’s sports teams “laced up” to fight cancer, sporting gold laces during their athletic functions as part of the Lace Up for Cancer campaign. On Sept. 28, students, faculty and staff were... Click Here to View
Wearing his headphones, calling the plays and hanging out with New York Mets announcers Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling and Gary Cohen may have been the highlight of the year for Aidan Eddelson, a fourth-grader from Mt. Pleasant Elementary School.
Aidan was chosen as a Kidcaster, winning the privilege of sitting in the broadcast booth and calling the Mets game for a half-inning alongside the Mets broadcasters on Sept. 25. Aidan won the contest by submitting a video of himself announcing a Mets... Click Here to View
In an effort to combat bullying and build a school culture of tolerance, students at High School West attended a presentation by Teen Truth on Sept. 26.
Organized by the school’s leadership class, the assembly focused on dealing with bullying, teen suicide and different social emotional issues that students may be facing. Presenter and co-founder JC Pohl helped to deliver the messages to empower students by using real-world examples and audience participation.
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