7:00 PM Calvacade of Choruses at OBHS
Students from James H. Vernon School brought fantasy to life when they presented Disney’s Alice in Wonderland, Jr., Feb. 14 and 15. The musical production consisted of two separate casts with one performing each night, providing an opportunity for more than 140 students to act, sing, dance, create and collaborate.
App development, cyber security, website building and game design were just some of the topics 6-12 grade students in the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District learned about when they attended the District’s first-ever Techathon, Feb. 10. The event, hosted by the Oyster Bay High School Coding Club to help students explore the world of computer science, featured guest speakers, the opportunity to engage in problem-solving workshops and a chance to win a Google mini.
With sentiments that acknowledged their courage, bravery and valor, Vernon School students expressed their gratitude to those who served our country by designing Valentine’s Day cards as part of the Town of Oyster Bay’s Valentines for Veterans program
Beginning at four years old, she would play basketball for hours and hours with her grandfather using a plastic hoop in her basement. Fast forward 13 years, five-year varsity basketball player Gianna Gotti made history for Oyster Bay High School when she scored her 2,000th point, making her the 36th basketball player and the 25th girls’ player on Long Island to achieve the milestone.
The 2018 Winter Olympics has been a dominant presence at James H. Vernon School! As the theme of this year’s Pick a Reading Partner (PARP) reading campaign, different activities and incentives — aimed to encourage reading and instill a lifelong love of books — kicked off last week with the tagline, “Go for the Gold….Read!”
Dressed in lab coats and goggles, Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School second graders enjoyed a night of discovery, understanding and bonding with their family members during Science Fun Night where bubbling test tubes, bridge building, and analyzing fingerprints were among the featured activities.
Find out about important upcoming events and take a look into the world of Makerspace at James H. Vernon School as students showcase their projects and share the reasons why they love this venue to explore their curiosity.
From Salsa to Merengue to Irish Step Dancing, Oyster Bay High School’s International Night Celebration had the audience dancing in their seats as students, staff and local dance troupes lit up the stage with their talent, then invited everyone to the cafeteria for a tantalizing smorgasbord of international cuisine.