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Students in the Epic Club at St. James Elementary School recently... (more)
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The Habitat for Humanity Club from High School East attended a... (more)
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On May 30, third-grade students at Accompsett Elementary School... (more)
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For maintaining a 4.0 GPA for four consecutive years of high school,... (more)
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It was a unity that was always meant to be for the letters Q and U.... (more)
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Seven members of the High School West girls field hockey team have been recognized for their academic excellence. Natalie Condzal, Charlotte Maracina, Emily Montagnino, Julia Negrin, Madison Plourde, Janine Suris and Brooke Vitulli were named to the 2017 Keith Waldman – Optimal Performance Associates/NFHCA High School National Academic Squad. In addition, Condzal, Plourde, Suris and Vitulli also earned Scholar of Distinction honors.
More than 2,770 student-athletes from 344 high... Click Here to View
On June 2, the Smithtown community hosted the eighth annual Mike’s Hike and Wellness Fair at High School West in honor of Mike Denaro, former Accompsett Elementary School teacher. The day’s events included a 5K run, a 2K walk and a children’s fun run. Local businesses set up sponsorship booths to show their support and create a fun-filled community event. All proceeds benefit the Mike’s Hike Scholarship Fund and the Smithtown Children’s Foundation.
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High School West student Carolyn Qu won first place in the nonfiction division of the Writing for Peace essay contest for her piece on “The South Korean Suicide Epidemic.” Her essay will be featured in the 2018 issue of DoveTales, an international journal of the arts.
Writing for Peace is a nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating empathy through education and creative writing to develop a foundation of compassion on which to build a more peaceful world. Students were... Click Here to View
Fourth- and fifth-graders at Mills Pond Elementary School celebrated Red Nose Day on May 24 by researching poverty-stricken countries such as Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Kenya, Nepal, Uganda and others. Students shared their slides with their classmates to help spread knowledge. Red Nose Day recognizes poverty awareness and raises funds for children in need all around the world.
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Tim Needles, a media and art teacher at High School East, has been recognized with an award presented by one of the International Society for Technology in Education’s Professional Learning Networks for his dedication and achievement in the focus areas of the ISTE Professional Learning. ISTE is a nonprofit organization that serves educators interested in better use of technology in education. ISTE serves more than 100,000 education stakeholders throughout the world through individual and... Click Here to View
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