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  • Colleen McKillop with Pat Smith at Thursday night's award presentation.
    Great Hollow's Colleen McKillop Named County's Middle School Physical Ed. Teacher of Year New!
    Great Hollow Middle School physical education teacher Colleen McKillop earned a highly respected award on Thursday night. McKillop was honored as the Suffolk Zone Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year by the New York State Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance at its awards dinner. In addition to her physical education duties at Great Hollow, McKillop also coaches the school’s field hockey team. “Colleen earned this prestigiousaward... Read Full Story >
  • Group photo of regional winners.
    HS West DECA Students Shine at Suffolk County Regional Competition
    High School West DECA had an impressive showing at this academic year’s Suffolk County regional competition. Students competed in various competitive exams including marketing, finance, entrepreneurship, hospitality and business management. In all, 29 West DECA students qualified for the New York State DECA competition, which will be held in March. The students who advanced by finishing in the top 10 in their regional competitions: Jessica Alexander, K’Daejian Austrie, Ashley... Read Full Story >
  • Group photo
    HS East DECA Members Advance to State Competition with Impressive Regional Showing
    High School East students produced impressive results at December’s DECA Suffolk County regional event, resulting in several students qualifying for the New York State DECA competition in March. The students who advanced by finishing in the top 10 in their regional competitions: John Aiossa, Ryan Brid, Richard Chai, Philip DeStefano, Andrea DiLeo, Avery Donnelly, Brandon Doukas, Andrew Epstein, Michael Fallon, Ava Finamore, Timothy Gahan, Aleigh Garrecht, Nathan Hackett, Caileigh... Read Full Story >
  • Students display their rock candy creations.
    HS East AP Students Make Rocky Candy during Solution Chemistry Lesson
    Maria Zeitlin’s AP chemistry class at High School East used science for a scrumptious purpose just before the break. The students made rock candy as they learned about solution chemistry. They learned that a supersaturated solution is unstable, in this case containing more sugar than able to stay in solution form. So, as the temperature dips, more molecules join the sugar crystals — creating the rock candy. Read Full Story >

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