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  • Board of Education Recognized for Service

    The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District Board of Education received a sweet token of gratitude in honor of School Board Recognition Week, Oct. 21-25. PTA Council officers, in keeping with District tradition, presented an apple pie from Jericho Cider Mill to each Board member at the Oct. 15th Board of Education meeting.

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  • OBHS Homecoming a Day of Pride

    Purple and gold were out in full force as students, staff and the community came together for Oyster Bay High School’s Homecoming game and parade, Oct. 12. In one of the most spirited displays of Baymen pride, the Homecoming parade flowed through local streets to Memorial Field.

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  • OBHS Names Valedictorian and Salutatorian

    Oyster Bay High School seniors Aavi Gupta and Julia Cutajar have more than one thing in common: both hold perfect attendance records, love competing in Mathletes, and are leaders among their peers. Now they share another commonality that is undoubtedly the crowning moment of their high school careers. Aavi and Julia were named valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the Class of 2020.

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  • Vernon School 'Starts with Hello' to Foster Inclusion

    Students at James H. Vernon School understand what a friendly smile or a helpful gesture could mean to a student who feels isolated or alone. They just completed the “Start with Hello” program, initiated by the national non-profit Sandy Hook Promise, led by family members whose loved ones were lost in the fatal mass shooting at Sandy Hook School in 2012.

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  • A Video Message from the Superintendent of Schools

    Themes of acceptance and inclusiveness weave through this month’s message as Superintendent of Schools Dr. Laura Seinfeld talks about upcoming events including, Homecoming and the Fall Community Book Club, as well as a special program at Vernon called “Start with Hello.”

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  • Dr. Cara Riebe Named Chapter Psychologist of the Year

    Oyster Bay High School psychologist Dr. Cara Riebe was named Chapter School Psychologist of the Year by the New York Association ofSchool Psychologists (NYASP). The honor recognizes members of local chapters who demonstrate excellence in school psychology and spend most of their time providing direct services to children and their families.

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  • Meet Dr. Bel, K-12 LOTE/ENL Supervisor

    The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District welcomes Dr. Marisa Bel, Ph.D., as K-12 Supervisor of Languages Other Than English/English as a New Language (LOTE/ENL). She replaces Ms. Liliana Policano who retired in June.

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  • OBHS Students are National Merit Scholars

    Four Oyster Bay High School seniors earned honors in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Oyster Bay High School senior Gisele Lachman was named a semi-finalist and Morgan Brady, Timothy Kelly and Matthew Murphy were awarded Letters of Commendation for their performance on the preliminary SAT/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

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  • OBHS Student Musicians Earn NYS Honors

    Two Oyster Bay High School student-musicians were selected as alternate performers in the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) All-State Winter Conference in Rochester, NY, Dec. 5- 8, an honor that puts them near the highest echelon of student-musicians throughout the state.

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  • OBHS Welcomes New Assistant Principals

    The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District welcomed two new assistant principals at Oyster Bay High School: Mr. Kevin Leach as assistant principal for grades 10-12 and Ms. Rebecca Menuzzo as assistant principal for grades 7-9. The pair completes the school’s leadership team headed by Principal Ms. Sharon Lasher.

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  • Waterfront is Classroom to OBHS Marine Biology Students

    Minnows, puffer fish, eels and mummichog were some of the many forms of marine life caught by Oyster Bay High School marine biology students when they participated in an educational field trip led by The Waterfront Center in Oyster Bay.

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