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Budget Revote Results - Budget Passed!

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Thank you to the ֦Ƶ Community for your participation in our budget revote. The budget passed and results are below:

 

Yes - 3,355
No - 1,573

Hamlet-o-thon at High School North

Students in Mr. Kelleher’s senior English classes at High School North participated in the annual “Hamlet-o-thon.” thumbnail259870
Students in Mr. Kelleher’s senior English classes at High School North participated in the annual “Hamlet-o-thon.” thumbnail259871

Students in Mr. Kelleher’s senior English classes at High School North participated in the annual “Hamlet-o-thon.” Those who gave the most passionate performances in Shakespeare’s classic play, “Hamlet,” received trophies. The event is a fun, end-of-year celebration to wrap up the English curriculum.

Date Added: 6/18/2024

֦Ƶ Students Celebrate ‘Old Glory’

Wenonah Elementary School third graders put on a patriotic performance for Flag Day. thumbnail259845

Wenonah Elementary School third graders put on a patriotic performance for Flag Day on June 14. Students paraded into the cafeteria with American flags in hand as they were welcomed by their families. Classes took turns stepping on stage to share the history of the flag, the meaning behind the Pledge of Allegiance and the rules of properly displaying the flag.

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Date Added: 6/18/2024

Students Show Off Future Careers in Parade

First graders at Hiawatha Elementary School showed off their future career paths during the building’s annual career day parade. thumbnail259802

First graders at Hiawatha Elementary School showed off their future career paths during the building’s annual career day parade. Students dressed up as what they want to be when they grow up and paraded in their costumes and uniforms in front of their families. Several careers were represented ranging from first responders, to artists, to health care workers. The first graders performed three songs, and each took a turn announcing their future career on the microphone. The event followed a classroom unit on careers.

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Date Added: 6/17/2024

Students Awarded High Honors at Long Island Science Congress

Two students from ֦Ƶ High School East earned high honors awards at Long Island Science Congress. thumbnail259783
Two students from ֦Ƶ High School East earned high honors awards at Long Island Science Congress. thumbnail259784

At the 75th annual Long Island Science Congress, two students from ֦Ƶ High School East earned high honors awards.

Grace Bourgal received high honors in the microbiology category and Patrick Cahill earned high honors in ecology. Additionally, Patrick won the Robert Nelson Memorial Award, with a $100 prize, and the Green Planet Award, a $50 prize.

The Long Island Science Congress is the largest science fair competition on Long Island. It exhibits projects by students of Nassau and Suffolk County middle schools, junior high schools and senior high schools, and is sponsored by the Long Island sections of the Science Teachers Association of New York State.

Date Added: 6/17/2024