In honor of Veterans Day, High School West DECA students Courtney Grafstein and Rachel Chapman organized an assembly for 11th-grade students in conjunction with Project 9 Line on Nov. 10.
Grafstein and Chapman worked with Project 9 Line as part of their DECA community service manual. The two students organized a food drive, which yielded almost 1,000 pounds of donations, as well as a movie night fundraiser, which drew in close to $700. The two juniors brought the comedy show assembly into... Click Here to View
The High School East Drama Club will be presenting the classic Charles Dickens story, “A Christmas Carol.” Performances will be held on Dec. 3, 4 and 5 at 7 p.m. in the HSE auditorium. Tickets to the show are $10 each and will be available at the door. Click Here to View
High School East hosted more than 30 Long Island school districts for the seventh annual Compassion Without Borders Conference on Nov. 4, sponsored by the Suffolk County High School Principals Association.
The goal of the conference is to encourage students to become leaders who inspire and make a difference in their school and community. A small group of leadership students from each district gathered along with their peers for a day of activities, starting with a keynote presentation by... Click Here to View
Great Hollow held a Coaches vs. Cancer fundraiser on Nov. 2, raising more than $1,800 for pancreatic cancer research.
Students and staff dressed in purple for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, and after school, the football, field hockey, and boys and girls soccer teams all participated in games in honor of the effort. Nearly 300 students stayed after school to watch the games, while PTA members, student volunteers and members of the track team helped to collect donations.
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High School West student Tiffany Holtje was named a winner in the visual arts category of the 2014-2015 New York State Parent Teacher Association Reflections program. The theme was “The World Would Be a Better Place If….”
Tiffany’s submission, titled “The World Would Be a Better Place If Mr. Miller Was Still in It,” was a portrait of her sixth-grade social studies and English teacher who passed away last year. The submission was selected to be a part of... Click Here to View
Emergency Management Drill
Thanksgiving Recess Schools Closed
Fall Sports Ceremony
Arts-in-Ed Mtg. @ NYA 10 AM
Elem. Par./Teach. Conf. 1/2 day elem.
Board of Education Meeting - 8 PM @NYA7:00 PM Executive Session, if necessary.
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