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Based on her academic and athletic achievements, High School West senior Emily Eng has been chosen as a News12 Long Island Scholar Athlete Award recipient. She was recently presented with a $1,000 check.
Emily maintains a 4.38 unweighted grade point average and participates in track and field and gymnastics. She holds the school record in the pole vault and is also an All-County performer. Emily is a five-time All-County gymnast and captain of the team. She was a contributing member of the... Click Here to View
As a culminating activity to their unit on arctic animals and penguins, kindergartners at Mills Pond Elementary School held a Penguin Day on Jan. 25. Dressed in black and white – and wearing their custom-made penguin hats – the students rotated through different stations in the classrooms to help reinforce their lessons on the unit. They made maps to see where penguins lived and challenged their knowledge in penguin trivia. They also got involved in hands-on activities during the... Click Here to View
As part of a Project Lead the Way lesson on the parts and functions of the human body, kindergartners at Dogwood Elementary School learned about the stomach. During a lesson with Project Lead the Way coach Brian Cusati, the budding scientists studied the stomach and learned how it works with the rest of the parts of the body. During the hands-on portion, the students used pom-poms to fill up a balloon-like stomach so they could better understand its function. Click Here to View
During a recent Project Lead the Way lesson, fifth-graders at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School learned about computer engineering. During the module on building computer models, Mrs. Waitz's class created their own computer dodgeball tilt game.
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High School West’s girl track and field team recently held a toy drive fundraiser to benefit the Guide Dog Foundation of Smithtown and America’s VetDogs. The team collected chew toys which were donated to the center in mid-January. Click Here to View
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