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  • Dr. Faughey Publishes Lessons in National Journal

    Oyster Bay High School English Language Arts teacher Dr. Deirdre Faughey brought the work she’s done in the classroom to the nationally printed page. She authored two articles that were selected for publication in the “English Journal,” a peer-reviewed publication by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).

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  • BOE OKs Proposition on Reduced Transportation Limits

    After months of examining student safety and transportation efficiencies, the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Board of Education approved a proposition to reduce the transportation limits for all students in the District during its Board of Education meeting, Dec. 3.

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  • STEM Night Programmed for Success

    Computer coding, robotics, chemical reactions and physics challenges were all part of STEM Night as elementary school families participated in activities focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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  • A Message from the Superintendent of Schools

    In celebration of Computer Science Education Week, Dr. Seinfeld invites all preK-6th grade families to the second annual STEM Night, Dec. 9 from 6:30-8:15 at Vernon School. Participate in coding, robotics, Mad Science slime-making and more! Check out the student portion of the video to see what's in store and mark your calendars for this fun and educational family event.

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  • Community Book Club Focuses on Diversity, Inclusion

    Themes of diversity, inclusion, kindness and friendship echoed through the James H. Vernon School library in the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District as students, parents and community members came together for the 13th Community Book Club hosted by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Laura Seinfeld.

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  • Roosevelt PARP Campaign Goes Hawaiian

    Grass skirts, Hawaiian leis, straw hats and ukuleles set the stage for Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School’s Pick a Reading Partner (PARP) Read-In, the culminating event to the week-long reading campaign, “Say Aloha to a Good Book.”

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  • OBHS Lacrosse Player Signs NLI to SCSU

    Surrounded by family members and coaches, Oyster Bay High School senior Michela Rutigliano has signed a National Letter of Intent to play lacrosse for the Owls at Southern Connecticut State University. Michela, a defender and midfielder, has played varsity lacrosse at Oyster Bay High School since her freshman year and helped the team compete in several county championships.

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  • Annie Jr. Delights Audiences at Vernon

    America’s favorite orphan came to life on the James H. Vernon School stage during two rousing performances of Annie Jr., Nov. 8 and 9. The highly popular musical featured two separate casts, each performing one night, giving more than 150 students the opportunity to shine on stage.

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  • TR Readers' Theater Performs Tale, Hawaiian Style

    Ukuleles, hibiscus leis and shaved ices set the stage for a classic tale with a Hawaiian twist when Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School 2nd graders in Ms. Alison Skoczdopole’s class presented The Three Little Hawaiian Pigs and The Magic Shark by Donivee Martin Laird.

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