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Because of the snow days on March 7 and March 21 schools will be open on Friday, May 25 and on Thursday, March 29. The March 22 closure does not further impact our calendar. Schools will be closed for spring recess beginning on Friday, 3/30 and schools re-open on Monday, 4/9. Please adjust your calendar accordingly.
2:00 PM OBHS Musical
7:00 PM OBHS Musical
7:00 PM OBHS Musical
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Vernon Parent/Teacher Evening Conferences
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Good Friday - Schools Closed
After the fourth nor’easter blew through our area, Oyster Bay High School’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts has rescheduled its performances for the musical, Imagine Oz to Saturday, March 25 at 2 pm and 7 p.m. and Tuesday, March 27 at 7 p.m. Tickets originally purchased for the March 23 evening performance are now good for the March 25 evening show.
The melodic voices of student-musicians in grades 5-12 filled the Oyster Bay High School auditorium when they took the stage for the Cavalcade of Choruses, March 1. The event, held every other year, alternating with the Cavalcade of Bands, celebrates Music in our Schools month.
Themes of kindness and acceptance were showcased when Roosevelt second graders in Ms. Theresa Collalto’s class performed a Readers’ Theater on the books, Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes and Enemy Pie by Derek Munson.
Roosevelt Elementary School kindergartners are learning how to develop a healthy mind and body in ways that will help them heighten their awareness and improve their focus and attention. The initiative is called Mindfulness and it was brought to Roosevelt by the schools’ Site Based Committee.
Oyster Bay High School’s Department of Athletics proudly announces its “Athletes of the Month” for February. Athletes are selected by their coaches and chosen for exhibiting qualities that make them exemplary role models for their teammates, such as leadership, dedication, attitude, level of improvement, and skill.
Oyster Bay High School senior Sahill Yadav raised the bar on student achievement when he received back-to-back honors that recognize him as one of the most promising students in the country. Sahill, who is class valedictorian and has a 4.0 grade-point-average, was named a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program, an accomplishment that places him among an elite group of students positioned for the chance to win one of 8,300 scholarships worth more than $32 million.
When Oyster Bay High School eighth-grader Matthew Carlinsky offered to lead a fundraiser for his school’s chapter of National Junior Honor Society, his choice was personal. Having lost his mother to cancer at age 4, Matthew decided he wanted to help others who suffered a similar loss by raising funds and awareness for the Family Lives On Foundation, a nonprofit organization that helps support the emotional well-being of children who have lost a parent.
Dr. Seinfeld discusses the District's commitment to reinforcing and refining safety protocols, upcoming events for the month of March, and highlights "Music in our Schools" month with a montage of some of our student rehearsals and performances this year.
OBHS Open Mic Night, March 16
Please join Mr. Andriaccio, as well as Sarah Conway, for Open Mic Night this Friday, March 16th from 7:30-10:30 PM, in the OBHS Library. The theme will be "Every one is a little Irish on St. Paddy's Day", so please wear an Irish costume. Mr. Andriaccio will be performing two original songs and will introduce his daughter, Lexi, and her friend to perform as well. Depending upon the turnout, he may also play the drums, re-enacting his role in the famous rock band, Vendetta. Please sign-up to perform your favorite songs in Mr. Brown's office. Wear your best, "Green" costume to win a major prize. Please note, a $5 admission fee is mandatory as this is a fundraiser for the Be The Change Club.
Countdown to College
Register for the Countdown to College session for students in grades 8-12. The session takes place on Sat., April 21, from 1:30-2:30 in OBHS Library. The session will provide a step-by-step guide to navigating high school and maximizing college acceptance odds. Click here to view flyer