4:30 PM - 5:30 PM Pre-Prom Red Carpet Walk at TR Memorial Park
12:00 PM - 11:00 PM OBHS Graduation
7:30 PM BOE Reorganization Meeting
Oyster Bay High School Valedictorian Jason Hom is a leader who takes the initiative to go out of his comfort zone to achieve personal growth. Self-described as having a strong work ethic, Jason welcomes opportunities to explore, analyze and problem solve to deepen his knowledge and reach new levels of success.
Oyster Bay High School Salutatorian Michael Biggiani knew from a young age that he wanted to help people. Now as he embarks on his college career at the University of Virginia in September, Michael is setting his sights on doing just that. Intrigued by the process of scientific discovery, he has a passion for both physics and biology, and plans to major in biophysics to pursue a career in either medicine, science research or law.
Six Oyster Bay High School senior-athletes have committed to playing sports at the collegiate level next year. Varsity lacrosse player Kaitlin Pellechia will wear the emerald green and white for the Herons at Hobart William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York.
Passion for science was palpable as four Oyster Bay High School seniors presented their research projects during the 2nd Annual Science Research Symposium.
Oyster Bay High School’s Athletics Department has proudly announced its June selections for “Athlete of the Month.” The athletes were selected by their coaches and chosen for exhibiting qualities that make them exemplary role models for their teammates, such as leadership, dedication, attitude, level of improvement, and skill.
Thirteen Oyster Bay High School students have demonstrated outstanding proficiency in foreign language by earning high marks on the national French and Spanish exams.
Oyster Bay High School eighth graders interviewed professionals in various fields and gained first-hand knowledge of possible career paths during the District’s annual Career Awareness Day.
James H. Vernon School third-grade students in Ms. Jillian Duval’s class examined a host of artifacts from Oaxaca, Mexico that were delivered to their classroom through the Red Trunk Project, a cultural initiative that helps students gain a better global understanding of others.
Members of the Oyster Bay-East Norwich community came together for the 12th Community Book Club at Oyster Bay High School to share thoughts about the book, Posted, by John David Anderson, and gain first-hand advice from the author, himself, through a Skype session.
Senior citizens throughout the Oyster Bay-East Norwich community are better prepared to tackle today’s technology, thanks to a Tech Camp hosted by Oyster Bay High School students in the Business and Marketing Honor Society at the Life Enrichment Center.
Third-grade students at James H. Vernon School brought famous figures in history to life when they presented the 6th Annual Biography Wax Museum. After learning how to write a biography about a prominent figure of their choice, students took on their identity and presented the wax museum to family members.
The lacrosse field behind James H. Vernon School has a new feature that helps protect athletes from the harmful rays of the sun. Thanks to the fundraising efforts of Oyster Bay High School students Sean, Caleigh and Colin O’Toole — a junior, sophomore and seventh grader, respectively — two sun shields have been installed to fully cover the dugouts used by athletes during practices and games.