Oyster Bay-East Norwich

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OBEN School News

  • Vernon Student Council Elections Go Tech

    Neatly dressed with speeches in hand, sixty 5th and 6th grade students from James H. Vernon School each took a turn delivering a persuasive speech to their classmates with the goal of earning their votes for Student Council — electronic votes that is.

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  • Thank You, Board of Education

    The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District Board of Education was recognized for its service and commitment to the children of the district during its Board of Education meeting on Oct. 16.

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  • ASL Class Marks Deaf Awareness Month

    BHS students in Dr. Nicolle Sisia's College/American Sign Language (ASL) III class marked Deaf Awareness Month by writing their own children's stories and presenting them in American Sign Language to an audience of their peers.

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  • Reading Rocks at Roosevelt School

    There was a whole lot of celebrating going on at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School — all in the name of reading. An in-house assembly called Roosevelt Rockers had teachers and administrators lip syncing to popular rock songs, and students dancing and playing with blow-up instruments.

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  • OBEN Continues to Tighten Security

    The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District continues to be ahead of the curve when it comes to safety and security, according to District administrators. Working with its District Safety Team and the Nassau County Police Department’s Division of Homeland Security, they are moving forward with new measures to keep students and staff safe.

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  • OBHS Announces Valedictorian and Salutatorian

    Oyster Bay High School seniors Jason Hom and Michael Biggiani were named valedictorian and salutatorian of the Class of 2019, respectively, and their academic achievements are some of the highest ever attained in the District.

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  • A Message from the Superintendent

    Superintendent of Schools Dr. Laura Seinfeld speaks to you from the OBHS Athletic Hall of Fame and highlights traditions of athletics as Homecoming approaches, Oct. 20. She also spotlights extracurricular activities featured in the recent OBHS Club Fair.

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  • Students Shine as Billy Joel Cuts Ribbon on Fine and Performing Arts Wing

    In a magical evening of music and community pride, Oyster Bay’s own legendary musician, Billy Joel, helped the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District cut the ribbon on its newly expanded Fine and Performing Arts Wing at Oyster Bay High School, Sept. 25.

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  • OBEN Boots Up 1:1 Technology Initiative to Enhance Learning

    Technology has gone to the next level in the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District. After a multi-year plan to build infrastructure and integrate technological resources in the classroom, the District has launched a 1:1 technology initiative – meaning students are assigned their own devices to elevate their learning.

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  • OBHS Students is a NYSSMA All-State Musician

    Joining top student-musicians throughout New York State, Oyster Bay High School senior Thomas Fletcher has been selected to perform in the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) All-State Winter Conference in Rochester, NY, Nov. 29-Dec. 2.

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  • OBEN Schools Welcomes New Staff

    Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District began the school year with two new department supervisors and new members of its faculty. Mr. Anthony Femino joins the District as K-12 Supervisor for Fine and Performing Arts, replacing Dr. Peter Rufa who became Oyster Bay High School Assistant Principal for grades 10-12.

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  •  Shirts to Celebrate International Sign Language Month for Sale

    Each year, to celebrate International Sign Language Month, the OBHS American Sign Language classes have created a, "Be Kind", long sleeve t-shirt. Last year, numerous teachers and staff members showed an interest in purchasing shirts.  This year, there are shirts available in both children and adult sizes.  If you are interesting in ordering a shirt(s), please complete the attached form.  The deadline to order is Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. ASL Shirt Order Form.

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  • Be the Change Club is Selling Baymen Merchandise

    The Be the Change Club is proudly selling Oyster Baymen and Lady Baymen merchandise.  All proceeds  go directly to the various charities and organizations the club supports. Click Here to View and Order Merchandise.

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