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.
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.
Oyster Bay High School Regents Physics classes took to the water to learn about the physics of sailing. The new opportunity, mostly funded through the PTA, was conducted in partnership with The Waterfront Center to enable students to apply what they learned in the classroom and make real-world connections.
The artwork of Vernon School fourth graders will soon become signage for a bird conservation area at Sunken Meadow State Park. The students were winners in a local “Share the Shore with Birds” sign design contest sponsored by the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center.
With simple costumes and scripts in hand, Roosevelt Elementary School second graders in Mr. Brian Agostini and Ms. Jessica Paladino’s class performed a Readers’ Theater for families and friends on Jeff Brown’s Flat Stanley, June 11.
Oyster Bay High School senior and valedictorian, Sahill Yadav, made history for the Oyster Bay-East Norwich School District when he was named a National Merit Scholarship winner, an honor bestowed on the most talented and promising students in the nation.
Oyster Bay High School eighth graders interviewed professionals in various fields and gained first-hand knowledge of possible career paths during the District’s annual Career Awareness Day.
Sixteen Oyster Bay High School senior-athletes — about 13 percent of the 125 students that make up the senior class — have committed to playing sports at the collegiate level next year. Joining six that committed earlier in the year, 10 seniors recently signed Letters of Intent with college teams
Set outside the construction site at Oyster Bay High School, Dr. Seinfeld delivers a message of thanks to the community and features some highlights from the school year.
Oyster Bay High School took science education to the next level by piloting a science research program that culminated in the District’s first annual Science Research Symposium on May 23.
Oyster Bay High School’s Department of Athletics proudly announces its June selections for “Athlete of the Month.” This month’s athletes are from Badminton, Baseball, Crew, Girls Lacrosse, Girls Track & Field and Softball.
In one of the most inspiring events of the school year, 20 Oyster Bay High School students were recognized by faculty and staff members for exemplary character — making them outstanding role models for their peers — during the fourth annual Breakfast of Champions Character Recognition Program, May 22.