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OBEN School News

  • Baymen Wrestlers Are County Champions

    Oyster Bay High School varsity wrestling captains Erick Velasquez and Michael Leandrou were crowned Nassau County Champions at the Nassau County Wrestling Championships at Cold Spring Harbor High School last weekend.

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  • 2nd Grade Celebrates Science Fun Night

    Goggles and lab coats, bubbling test tubes and scientific examination set the scene for Roosevelt Elementary School’s Second Grade Family Fun Science Night, Feb. 7. The school tradition provides families and their children the opportunity to explore together the science and engineering activities that are taught in the classroom.

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  • TR Teacher a 'Bright Light' for Technology Leadership

    Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School teacher Mr. Brian Agostini was named a 2020 Bright Lights honoree by the Association of Suffolk Supervisors for Educational Technologies (ASSET) in recognition of his leadership in educational technology.

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  • Vernon Competes in Multiplication Super Bowl

    James H. Vernon School 3rd graders were on top of their game when they competed in the 7th Annual Multiplication Super Bowl. The school tradition, which aligns with the biggest game in football, builds excitement for math and encourages students to memorize their facts as classes participate in a friendly race for the championship title.

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  • OBHS Teachers Awarded National Board Certification

    Oyster Bay High School mathematics teacher Ms. Andrea Breun and choral director Dr. Meagan Dissinger were named National Board Certified Teachers, the highest certification one can achieve in K-12 education.

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  • OBHS Students Win Awards at Business Competition

    Five Oyster Bay High School students won awards at the 17th Annual Emerging Leaders Business Competition sponsored by the Huntington Chamber of Commerce.

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  • Roosevelt Stands Up to Bullying

    Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School students learned how to stand up to bullying when Port Jefferson’s Theater Three Broadway on Main Street presented an original musical “Stand Up! Stand Out! The Bullying Project.”

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  • A Message from the Superintendent of Schools

    Superintendent of Schools Dr. Laura Seinfeld sits down with students who attended the 10th grade college trip to see what advice they could share with their peers and with families about preparing for college.

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  • Paralympian Uplifts Vernon Students to be their Best Selves

    “No excuses.” That’s the motto of motivational speaker, wrestler and American Paralympian Rohan Mario Murphy who inspired students at James H. Vernon School with his story of self-determination and perseverance.

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  • Vernon Crowns Geography Bee Champ

    Sixth-grade students at James H. Vernon School challenged their knowledge of places around the globe when they participated in a preliminary round of the National Geographic Geography (Geo) Bee, Jan. 24.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • cap and gown ordering information

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  • International Club

    The International Club will meet on Thursday, Feb. 27 right after school in room 401. 

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  • Foreign Language Tutoring Canceled Thursday and Friday

    Due to staff training, all Foreign Language tutoring will be canceled on Thursday and Friday after school. Tutoring will resume its normal schedule next week. 

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  • Boys Varsity Tennis

    There will be a Boys Varsity Tennis meeting on Thursday, March 5 at 2:45 pm in the upper gym lobby. anyone interested in joining the team should attend. 

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  • Math Honor Society

    Students in grades 10-12 interested in applying for membership in the Math Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, should complete the application on the District website and return it to Dr. Hanna, Interim Math Supervisor, no later than 2:30 pm on Tuesday, March 3. 

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  • Baseball

    Important meeting, Thursday, Feb. 27 at 2:30 pm in the high school gym lobby. All 2020 JV and varsity candidates should attend. 

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  • Softball Open Gym/Softball Meeting

    Softball Open Gym has been changed this week to Friday, Feb. 28, at 2:30 in the high school gym. There will be a softball meeting this Thursday, Feb. 27 for any 9-12th graders interested in playing softball. Please meet by Ms. Wink's office at 2:20

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  • 7th grade science fair

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  • Sign Up for Class of 2022 Badminton Tournament

    Attention sports fans and badminton lovers of all levels! The Class of 2022 is hosting the first-ever BAYminton doubles tournament on Friday, Feb. 28 at 5 pm. Individuals can enter for $5 and two-person teams can enter for $10. Scan the QR code on the fliers to sign up or see Coach Wink, Monsieur Heusner, or Ellie Gallo for more information. Don't miss your chance to be the first-ever Oyster BAYminton champion!

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  • Boys Varsity Tennis Meeting, March 5

    There will be a boys varsity tennis meeting Thursday, March 5, at 2:45 in the upper gym lobby. anyone interested in joining the team should attend. 

     

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