For the second consecutive year, Oyster Bay High School senior Jillian Haguisan was named a New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) All-State Alternate, a distinction that recognizes her as one of the best student-musicians throughout the state. Of the more than 6,500 students that audition during the NYSSMA process, about 900 students are chosen to perform at the conference.
The athletic fields around the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District are showing signs of activity as students in grades 7-12 participate in a new fall intramurals program designed to offer them a way to stay fit while following health and safety protocols.
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.
Oyster Bay High School health and physical education teacher Mr. Charles Rizzuto is wildly passionate about his profession, and it shows. He was recently named 2020 Secondary Physical Education Teacher of the Year by the New York State Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (NYS AHPERD).
Two Oyster Bay High School seniors earned honors in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Oyster Bay High School senior Nicholas Tardugno was named a semi-finalist and Matthew Wong was named a Commended Scholar for high performance on the preliminary SAT/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
Superintendent of School Dr. Laura Seinfeld discusses upcoming events, including the Fall Community Book Club on Nov. 16, from the newly renovated Oyster Bay High School cafeteria. View the new look and see what students have to say about it. Click on "read full story" to access video.
The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District has a new Special Services team at its helm. Ms. Lynette Abruzzo has been hired as Director of Special Services, replacing Ms. Ellen Loewy who retired in June, and Dr. Matthew Jurgens has come on board as Assistant Director of Special Services, replacing Dr. Laurie Scimeca, who served as an interim for one year.