Oyster Bay-East Norwich

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Oyster Bay-East Norwich Schools




    The date for FLACS exams has been changed from  June 17 to June 24. 


OBEN School News

  • A Thank You Message from Dr. Seinfeld

    On behalf of the Board of Education and administration of the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District, I extend my heartfelt gratitude to our registered voters for coming out to the polls and approving the 2019-20 school budget.

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  • Biographies Come to Life at 3rd Grade Wax Museum

    Third-grade students at James H. Vernon School brought famous figures in history to life when they presented the 6th Annual Biography Wax Museum. After learning how to write a biography about a prominent figure of their choice, students took on their identity and presented the wax museum to family members.

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  • O'Toole Siblings Lead Fight Against Skin Cancer

    The lacrosse field behind James H. Vernon School has a new feature that helps protect athletes from the harmful rays of the sun. Thanks to the fundraising efforts of Oyster Bay High School students Sean, Caleigh and Colin O’Toole — a junior, sophomore and seventh grader, respectively — two sun shields have been installed to fully cover the dugouts used by athletes during practices and games.

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  • Nine Teachers Awarded Tenure at BOE Ceremony

    Nine teachers from the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District were awarded tenure during a formal ceremony at the May 7 Board of Education meeting. Speaking before family members and staff, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Laura Seinfeld first described the stringent requirements for earning tenure and the significance of achieving this milestone.

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  • May 'Athletes of the Month' Announced

    Oyster Bay High School’s Athletics Department has proudly announced its May selections for “Athlete of the Month.” The athletes were 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.

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  • Roosevelt Kicks Off Eco-Friendly Program for Earth Day

    In celebration of Earth Day, Roosevelt Elementary School presented its 10th Annual Cool the Earth assembly to teach students what they can do to protect the land, air, water and animals of the earth.

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  • 76 Inducted into National Junior Honor Society

    Seventy-six 7th-9th grade students were inducted into Oyster Bay High School’s chapter of National Junior Honor Society during a formal ceremony that highlighted the five pillars of the organization and the chapter’s fundraising efforts.

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  • OBHS Students Celebrate College Decisions

    Oyster Bay High School was full of excitement, May 1, as seniors and staff marked the college commitment deadline with the school's annual “Declaration Day.” The senior class and high school faculty wore their college sweatshirts and T-shirts bearing the names of their schools and proudly took a class photo to commemorate the event.

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  • OBHS Music Students Inspired by Composer

    Music students at Oyster Bay High School gained first-hand knowledge of music composition when award-winning composer Mr. Omar Thomas, of the Peabody Conservatory of Music at John Hopkins University, visited the school as part of a Visiting Musician series.

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  • A Message from the Superintendent of Schools

    Superintendent of Schools Dr. Laura Seinfeld discusses the upcoming school budget vote and trustee election on Tuesday, May 21, and features 8th grade students who recently returned from the 8th grade college tour as one of the many opportunities afforded students to prepare them for their future goals. Calendar changes and May events are also discussed.

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  • Sixth Graders Celebrate Ancient Civilizations

    Dressed as Egyptian pharaohs and queens, Greek gods and goddesses, Chinese philosophers and other historical figures, sixth-graders at James H. Vernon School presented a living history of Ancient Civilizations for families and friends after weeks of studying the topic in their classrooms and working on independent research projects at home.

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