7:00 PM OBHS Musical
7:00 PM OBHS Musical
2:00 PM OBHS Musical
Five students from the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District were named Kids of Distinction by Legislator Joshua A. Lafazan during the First Annual Kids of Distinction Awards Ceremony at the Cultural Arts Playhouse in Syosset, Feb. 4.
With sentiments that acknowledged their bravery and sacrifices, students in the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District 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.
Oyster Bay High School’s Athletics Department has proudly announced its February selections for “Athlete of the Month.” The athletes were selected by their coaches and chosen for exhibiting qualities that make them exemplary role models for their teammates, such as leadership, dedication, attitude, level of improvement, and skill.
Oyster Bay High School juniors Erica Duke and Michela Rutigliano became Conference 6 Winter Track Champions after competing at St. Anthony’s High School, Jan. 29. The championship featured nine teams including Locust Valley, Cold Spring Harbor and Seaford, among others.
Sixth-grade students at James H. Vernon School tested their knowledge of places around the world when they participated in a preliminary round of the National Geographic Geography (Geo) Bee, Jan. 25. The contest, open to students in grades 4-8, aims to spark students’ interest in geography, reinforce classroom geography lessons, and increase public awareness about the subject.
James H. Vernon School 3rd graders took a “trip” around the world without leaving their school gymnasium. Through an educational program by Nassau BOCES, students studied the “Animals of Our Continents and Oceans” using a giant inflated balloon of planet Earth as an instructional model.
Oyster Bay High School English language arts teacher Ms. Maria Kim and James H. Vernon School 4th grade teacher Ms. Janet Link were named 2019 Technology Bright Lights honorees by the Association of Suffolk Supervisors for Educational Technologies (ASSET).
Standing on paper footprints, 5th graders from James H. Vernon School read aloud: “I am Priscilla, and I was purchased in 1796 by Solomon Townsend for 55 pounds…I am Jim, and in 1829 I walked 20 miles herding two cows... I am Isaac, and I escaped in 1784.” The students were among the first to pilot a new tour offered at Raynham Hall Museum called, “Standing Where They Stood,” the first of its kind that sheds light on slavery in the north.