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PLEASE CLICK ON 'IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS' FOR INFORMATION ON UPCOMING EVENTS
7:00 PM SEPTA Meeting (Virtual)
7:30 PM BOE Work Session
OBHS SCHEDULE FOR 9/29-10/2
Tuesday, September 29, Group 1 - B DAY
Wednesday, September 30, Group 2 - B DAY
Thursday, October 1, Group 1 - A DAY
Friday, October 2, Group 2 - A Day
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OBHS offers a host of clubs that cater to many different interests and talents. Get involved today! Click on the sign-up sheet below and sign in with your OBEN Schools account.
Math Support Offered
Starting Friday, September 25, Oyster Bay High School will be offering virtual math support through Zoom before and after school. This is in addition to the Zoom sessions offered each lunch period and will ensure that all students, including those that do not have a lunch period, can receive support. As communicated, lunch Zoom sessions are being provided by Ms. Atsidis and Ms. Peragallo. They each host live, daily Zoom meetings during every lunch period. Students can access the live meetings by clicking on a link that will be shared on their math teacher's Google Classroom or Canvas. Students may remain in their designated lunch location and access these meeting from their desk. Please contact Mr. Bixhorn, K-12 Math Supervisor at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District has a new Special Services team at its helm. Ms. Lynette Abruzzo has been hired as Director of Special Services, replacing Ms. Ellen Loewy who retired in June, and Dr. Matthew Jurgens has come on board as Assistant Director of Special Services, replacing Dr. Laurie Scimeca, who served as an interim for one year.
Dr. Seinfeld welcomes back the Oyster Bay-East Norwich learning community during these unprecedented times and discusses best ways to stay informed and get involved in events, though many will be held virtually in accordance with State and Health guidance. Please click on "Read Full Story"to access video.
The health and well-being of our students and staff were at the forefront of a cautious re-opening this week as students returned to school for in-person instruction on alternating days. The staggered opening aimed to reinforce safety protocols and help students gear up for a successful school year.