Oyster Bay-East Norwich

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Oyster Bay-East Norwich Schools

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    Stay Fit This Summer!

    The OBHS Weight Room is open to all students!

    M & W:  8-11 am

    Tu & Th:  11-2pm

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  • SPORTS CLEARANCES

    Student Athletes may sign up for sport clearances on August 9th & 16th at 9AM.

    Call 624-6541 to make an appointment.

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OBEN School News

  • OBEN School Board Takes the Oath of Office

    Newly elected Board of Education trustees in the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District were sworn into office and a new slate of officers was elected and sworn in during the District’s annual reorganization procedures this month.

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  • OBHS Science Teacher Sharon Brandt Retires

    Described by some as “about the best teacher in the history of Oyster Bay Schools,” longtime science teacher Ms. Sharon Brandt has retired from the District after 46 years of service.

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  • Sahill Yadav, Class of 2018 Valedictorian

    Move over Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates, there’s a budding entrepreneur coming up the ranks who will surely make his mark in the near future. Already breaking records and raising the bar on student achievement, Oyster Bay High School Valedictorian Sahill Yadav leaves his alma mater with new levels of success for current students to emulate.

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  • Terrance Cameron, Class of 2018 Salutatorian

    Whether it’s saving lives or going to space, Oyster Bay High School Salutatorian Terrance Cameron is setting his sights on doing something groundbreaking. “I want to use engineering to make a profound impact on the world,” he said.

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  • Inspiring Students is Elementary for OBHS Class of 2018

    K-2 students at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School got a surprise greeting when they arrived at school, June 20. Waiting for them as they came out of their school busses were 36 Oyster Bay High School graduating seniors dressed in cap and gown, giving them high-fives and handshakes as they made their way to the school building.

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