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8th Annual Mike's Hike Information


Scheduling Presentation to Parents 2018-2019


Savvy Spellers Compete at Great Hollow

Savvy Spellers Compete at Great Hollow photo
Great Hollow Middle School recently held its annual spelling bee. Ten students qualified for the final round of the competition. Brian Agnes (kneeling) was named the school winner and made it to the final round of the Long Island Spelling Bee. Pictured (bottom row, from left): Great Hollow English teacher Ms. Alessi, Anthony Valenzano, Christian Biscari, Ariana Glaser, Avery Donnelly, Madeline Raeihle and Great Hollow Assistant Principal Cindy Nocero. (Top row, from left) Jonathan Chung, James Spiegel, Juliana Maloney and Caitlin Clark.

Great Hollow Crowns Geography Bee Winner

Great Hollow Crowns Geography Bee Winner photo
After successfully winning their team competition, 10 students from Great Hollow Middle School competed in the school’s 2018 Geography Bee last month.
The following students participated in the final round: Natalie Boeri, Ryan Diffley, Sean Diffley, Giovanni Di Grazia, Dominic Enright, Gia Garufi, Daniel Hwang, Samantha Jones, Michael Ryder and Shriyang Singh. After many rounds, Sean Diffley was named the winner and will now take the online qualifying test for a chance to compete in the state Geography Bee.

Middle School Robotics Teams Showcase Their Skills

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Smithtown Central School District, along with FIRST Robotics Team 810, hosted a FIRST Lego League robotics competition on Jan. 21 and 22. Twenty-eight teams competed at each of the three different sessions.

The district’s three rookie FIRST Lego League teams participated in the competition. The Accompsett All Stars (Accompsett Middle School) coached by Accompsett Middle School technology teacher Mike Colletta, the Electric Brick Breakers (Great Hollow Middle School) coached by Great Hollow technology teacher Connor Kelly and Quake Robotics (Nesaquake Middle School) coached by Nesaquake Middle School technology Sean Tomasello finished in 13th, eighth and second place, respectively. 
The Quake Robotics Team took first place during the alliance round and will move on to the Long Island Championships at Longwood High School on March 4. 

The Smithtown Robotics Team had more than 15 students volunteering at each event and helping to run the competition. The volunteers served as judges, queuers, timekeepers, field resetters and referees.   

Foreign Language at Great Hollow

Happy Hounds Thanks to Great Hollow Club

Happy Hounds Thanks to Great Hollow Club photo

Keeping local pets in need top of mind, the Peanut Butter Gang, a community service club at Great Hollow Middle School, recently made and collected items for rescue animals.

The club collected clean, used T-shirts, which they cut into strips, braided and knotted, to be used at dog chew toys. The club is also organizing a pet supply drive. All of the items collected, along with the dog toys, will be donated to Save-A-Pet in Port Jefferson Station. The Peanut Butter Gang is open to all grades and is facilitated by Sheila Tobin Cavooris and Elaine Froehlich. 

Great Hollow Kicks to the Top

Great Hollow Kicks to the Top photo
The kickline team from Great Hollow Middle School attended the Scholastic Kickline Competition on Jan. 7 at Nassau Community College. Coached by Lisa Cangro, the team placed first in the high kick division and the dance division. Team captains are Gianna Cream, Mattie Naples and Julia Troy.