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  • OBEN Transitions to New Leadership at its Helm

    The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District Board of Education has appointed Dr. Francesco Ianni as the next Superintendent of Schools during its Board of Education meeting, November 17. Dr. Ianni will join the District on January 1, 2021 after Dr. Laura Seinfeld, in a planned retirement after 30 years of service in public education, leaves the District on December 31 to pursue the next level of her career as an educational leader at the college level.

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  • OBHS Unveils Academic Wall of Fame

    Nineteen students became the inaugural class of inductees into Oyster Bay High School’s Academic Wall of Fame for high achievement on Advanced Placement exams administered by the College Board. To memorialize their success, and to serve as inspiration for upcoming students, their names were placed on a bronze plaque that hangs outside the high school library. More names will be added each year.

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  • OBHS Athletes Commit to Div. I Collegiate Sports

    Two Oyster Bay High School senior-athletes have committed to playing Division I sports at the collegiate level next year. Varsity crew member Alina Kelly will wear orange and blue for the Bucknell Bison women’s rowing team and varsity fencer Rachel Kowalsky will don blue and white for Duke University Blue Devils’ women’s fencing team.

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  • TR Math Night goes Virtual

    Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School kindergartners and their families had fun with numbers when they participated in a virtual Kindergarten Math Night. The evening, a school tradition that pivoted to digital for safety reasons, engaged families in a series of math exploration stations, giving them a better understanding of what is being taught in their child’s classroom.

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  • OBHS Announces Top Two Students of Class of 2021

    Oyster Bay High School seniors Matthew Wong and Riya Gupta have earned top honors as the valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the Class of 2021. Matthew earned the honor with a weighted grade-point average (GPA) of 111.78 and Riya with a GPA of 111.65. Both attest that their discipline, long study hours and willingness to seek out extra help from their teachers have been the driving forces that propelled them to academic success.

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  • Strings Program Debuts at Vernon School

    There’s a new sound coming out of the music wing at James H. Vernon School. It’s the sound of strings plucking and bows gliding on violins and cellos as music teacher Ms. Melissa Kozee instructs the first class of fourth graders in the newly implemented strings program.

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  • Red Ribbon Week Reinforces Healthy Lifestyles

    Heightening awareness about healthy living and making good choices was promoted throughout the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District as students participated in the National Red Ribbon Campaign, Oct. 26-30.

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  • Class of 2021 Reunited for In-Person Instruction

    The senior class at Oyster Bay High School was brought back for in-person instruction, Oct. 26., after spending the first few weeks of school split into two groups that alternated between in-person and remote learning.

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  • Vernon Creates Book Characters from Pumpkins

    The Storybook Pumpkin Patch is back at James H. Vernon School, thanks to the creativity of students. For the third consecutive year, students had the opportunity to transform a pumpkin into the bust of their favorite book character, fictional or historical, during a fall library project.

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  • AP Exam Results Exceed Nassau County Average

    After five years of steady progress, the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District met an impressive milestone that raises the benchmark for student achievement going forward. For the first time, the total number of Oyster Bay High School students scoring a 3 or better on College Board Advanced Placement (AP) exams has surpassed the Nassau County average.

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