Nassau County residents are asked to participate in a public vote on Thursday, Feb. 8, that would authorize Nassau BOCES to purchase the Jerusalem Avenue School for $12 million. The school serves 350 students in special education programs. Click here for more information and polling locations.
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Kindergarten Registration at Roosevelt
3:00 PM Grade 6 Geography Bee at Vernon
6:00 PM Grade 2 Science Fun Night
The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District’s winter concert series culminated on a generous note when the Friends of the Performing Arts Center (PAC) President Mr. Ravin Chetram presented the district’s Fine and Performing Arts Department with a $5,000.00 check. The funds will be used to send 125 band members to Carnegie Hall where they will perform on April 19, 2018 under the baton of Oyster Bay High School band teacher Mr. Matthew Sisia.
Two stories by children’s author and illustrator Jan Brett were brought to life when Roosevelt Elementary School second graders in Ms. Alison Skoczdopole’s class performed a Readers’ Theater that featured The Three Snow Bears and The Trouble with Trolls.
Oyster Bay High School students gained first-hand knowledge from professional engineers when they came together for the fourth annual Breakfast of Engineers.
In true Baymen fashion, students throughout the District are thinking of others in various ways this holiday season. They’re conducting toy drives and collecting cold weather items to keep others warm this winter. They’re taking part in service-learning projects to help support a cause, and spreading cheer through the gift of song by performing for others in the community. While such activities take place throughout the course of the year, there’s no time quite like the holiday season for spreading good will. Here is just a sample of the students’ endeavors.
Student talent shined brightly in the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District as a series of winter concerts took the stage throughout the month of December.
Vernon School fifth graders learned about one of our most precious resources and why it is so important to protect it when Ms. Karen Mossey, an educator with the North Shore Land Alliance, visited the school.