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  • TR Launches 'Champions of Character' Campaign

    Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School has launched a “Champions of Character” campaign to recognize students who demonstrate outstanding character, kindness, and leadership. The initiative, created by the school’s Site-Based Team, aims to encourage pro-social behaviors, motivate students to be their best selves, and enhance the school environment in positive ways.

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  • Virtual Alumni Day Offers Students College Advice

    During its annual Alumni Day, Oyster Bay High School proudly welcomed back graduates from the Class of 2020 to share their college experiences with the senior class. The event is a school tradition that not only gives students some helpful college tips but enables teachers to see how their former students are adjusting to the next level of their academic careers.

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  • Author Rukhsana Kahn Visits Vernon

    In keeping with an ongoing goal to broaden students’ global knowledge and appreciation of others, students at James H. Vernon School read the books of acclaimed children’s author Rukhsana Khan and participated in a virtual visit to hear from the author first-hand.

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  • OBEN Spreads Cheer to those in Need

    In true Baymen form, students throughout the District were thinking of others in various ways, especially those who were impacted by the health crisis.

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  • Vernon Creates PE Winter Wonderland

    Students at James H. Vernon School are stepping into a physical education “Winter Wonderland” during gym class and building skills with winter/holiday related activities.

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  • OBEN Students Build STEM Skills for Computer Science Education Week

    The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District was abuzz with excitement and discovery as students and their families marked Computer Science Education Week with a host of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) activities, also known as STEM

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  • OBHS Students Earn Nassau Zone Physical Education Awards

    Oyster Bay High School seniors Miriam Coor and Bianca McEvoy were named recipients of the 2020-21 Physical Education Outstanding Student Award presented by the Nassau Zone of New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (NYS AHPERD). The award recognizes two students from each Nassau County school district who demonstrate excellence in physical education and health, and emulate the values and attitudes these disciplines teach in meaningful and impactful ways.

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  • OBHS Students Place in Emerging Business Leaders Competition

    Four Oyster Bay High School students took away top honors at the Huntington Chamber of Commerce 18th Annual Emerging Business Leaders Competition, which was held virtually this year due to the health crisis. Seniors Faith Cammarata and Michael Maznio won second place in the Retail Marketing category and juniors Rachel Singer and Patrick Walsh took third place in the Public Relations category.

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  • TR Explores 'What's Behind the Mask'

    With face coverings hiding a portion of our facial expressions, second-grade students at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School embraced a new way to convey their feelings — through art. In a project called “What’s Behind the Mask,” art teacher Ms. Meredith Brustman asked students to draw their emotions in a fun and creative way.

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  • OBHS Athletes Commit to Div. I Collegiate Sports

    Two Oyster Bay High School senior-athletes have committed to playing Division I sports at the collegiate level next year. Varsity crew member Alina Kelly will wear orange and blue for the Bucknell Bison women’s rowing team and varsity fencer Rachel Kowalsky will don blue and white for Duke University Blue Devils’ women’s fencing team.

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  • OBHS Announces Top Two Students of Class of 2021

    Oyster Bay High School seniors Matthew Wong and Riya Gupta have earned top honors as the valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the Class of 2021. Matthew earned the honor with a weighted grade-point average (GPA) of 111.78 and Riya with a GPA of 111.65. Both attest that their discipline, long study hours and willingness to seek out extra help from their teachers have been the driving forces that propelled them to academic success.

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