Oyster Bay-East Norwich

Central School District

Oyster Bay-East Norwich Schools

  • PLEASE TAKE NOTE:

    Schools will be open on Friday, May 25 as a make-up snow day. Please mark your calendars accordingly.

     

OBEN School News

  • A Brief Update on Safety

    With the news of another school shooting, our hearts are once again heavy with sorrow. While we are all saddened by this unspeakable event, we continue to be vigilant.

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  • A Thank You Letter from Dr. Laura Seinfeld

    On behalf of the Board of Education and administration of the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District, I extend my heartfelt thanks to our registered voters for approving the 2018-19 school budget. Thanks to your continued support, the budget passed by a vote of 756 to 275.

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  • Seniors Celebrate College Choices

    Excitement filled the air at Oyster Bay High School on May 1 as seniors and staff marked the college commitment deadline with the school's annual “Declaration Day.”

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  • Students Display Research at District Science Fair

    The Oyster Bay High School gymnasium was a colorful sea of tri-fold presentation boards as students from K-6 displayed their science research for families and friends.

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  • OBHS 8th Graders go from 'Shark Tank' to College

    Oyster Bay High School eighth-grade students and staff recently embarked on a three-day college tour that helped students better understand the goals they need to set for themselves throughout high school to make their college dreams a reality.

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  • Community Book Club: A Rewarding Experience You Can Count On

    More than 40 students, staff and community members discussed the book, Counting by 7s, and enjoyed a virtual visit by author Holly Goldberg Sloan during the 10th Community Book Club hosted by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Laura Seinfeld.

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  • OBHS Plays Carnegie Hall and Gets Standing Ovation

    In a concert they called “inspiring,” “awe-striking” and a “once-in-a-lifetime” experience, more than 125 students in the Oyster Bay High School Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble had the rare opportunity to perform together at Carnegie Hall as part of the Best Bands & Choirs International program, April 19.

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  • OBHS Baseball Cap Fundraiser Supports Vets and Those Who Serve

    To honor those who fight to preserve our freedom and our way of life, the Oyster Bay High School Varsity Baseball Team decided to wear camouflage baseball hats at home games this season. After overwhelming interest from baseball fans and the school community, the caps have turned into a successful fundraising campaign to benefit 9-1-1 Veterans Long Island, a non-profit organization that assists local veterans and those who currently serve our country.

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  • 'Athletes of the Month' Selected for April/May

    Oyster Bay High School’s Department of Athletics proudly announces its April/May selections for “Athlete of the Month.” This month’s athletes are from Crew, Golf, Boys Lacrosse, Boys Tennis, and Boys Spring Track & Field.

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  • A Message from Superintendent of Schools Dr. Laura Seinfeld

    In her May video, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Laura Seinfeld shares important information about upcoming events, including the Spring Community Book Club on May 3 and the 2018-19 School Budget Vote on May 15. The video also takes a look inside Oyster Bay High School's Science Research program where teachers share insight about the opportunities for students, and students explain their research.

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  • OBHS Students are Inducted into National Junior Honor Society

    Fifty-six 7th-9th grade students with strong academic and civic promise were inducted into Oyster Bay High School’s chapter of National Junior Honor Society during a formal ceremony that highlighted the five pillars of the organization and the record-breaking fundraising efforts of the chapter.

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  • Roosevelt Performs Play on Eco-Friendly Lessons for Earth Day

    It’s not every day that Roosevelt Elementary School staff members dress as polar bears, Mother Nature and harmful carbon and methane gases, but in the name of saving the Earth, that’s exactly what they did. The costumes were donned for the 9th Annual Cool the Earth assembly in celebration of Earth Day, which teaches children about climate change and how to protect the planet.

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  • Class of 2021 Elections 

    If you are interested in running for a class officer position for the class of 2021, please see or email Mr. Caputo to get the forms needed.  All completed forms are due by the end of school day on 5/31.  Elections will be held June 1st.

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  •  2018 Prom Tickets

    Attention all Juniors and Seniors.  Prom ticket sales will begin on Tuesday, May 29 and will continue until Friday, June 8.  Seniors can buy tickets before or after school in room 220.  Juniors can buy tickets after school in room 101.  Tickets are $85 each and you must have your contact signed and completed before buying a ticket.  Contracts are available from the advisors or in the AP office.  Please see Ms. Sanborn, Ms. Badean, Ms. Schwartz or Ms. Randazzo with any questions.

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  • Athletic Award Banquet RSVPs are Due!

    Varsity Athletes must turn in their RSVP and money for the Athletic Banquet immediately. The final head count deadline is approaching quickly.

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