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    St. James Elementary Students Earn Recognition for Math-Themed Posters New!
    Several St. James Elementary students in Robyn Koch's fifth grade class entered a math poster contest sponsored by the Association of Math Teachers of New York State. The posters were viewed by many mathematics teachers at the 71st AMTNYS annual meeting in November. This year’s theme was Building Mathematical Minds for the Future. Lauren Kruse won first place for her poster entered in the elementary division. Joseph Volante received a second-place certificate. And Anna Gucciardi was... Read Full Story >
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    English Students Utilize 'Sketchnoting' to Reinforce Lessons from Dickens Classic New!
    Seventh graders at Great Hollow Middle School will be visiting Theatre Three in the Port Jefferson later this month to watch a live performance of “A Christmas Carol.” In advance of that field trip, students have been studying Charles Dickens’ holiday-themed novella about Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghost of his former business partner, Jacob Marley. On Monday, that education continued in Victoria Wanser’s English classes as she read a portion of the story to her... Read Full Story >
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    HS West College Marketing Classes Produce Shoebox-Sized Storefronts
    College marketing students at High School West put their teachings into practice by designing shoebox-sized storefronts of their favorite businesses. Students in Denise Massimo and Cynthia Wood’s classes participated in the project while applying recent lessons in trademark and logo usage, effective color and texturing, and the ability to elicit emotion from consumers. In Massimo’s ninth-period class, Julia Reuter’s display for Chanel won a student vote. Her shoebox... Read Full Story >
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    Smithtown's Jeremy Thode Walking To All Suffolk High Schools to Raise Mental Health Awareness
    Smithtown resident Jeremy Thode, who serves as the athletic director for the Center Moriches School District, wants to raise awareness of mental health among teens. So Thode, a former president of the board of education for the Smithtown Central School District, is spending Thanksgiving week walking to all 59 Suffolk County Section XI high schools. His 300-mile journey over six days takes him to Smithtown High School East and High School West on Tuesday afternoon. His walk waschronicled... Read Full Story >

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