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    Excellence in Education                                                               Volume 12, Issue 38, 6-15-18

  • students go on sailboats to learn the physics of sailing

    OBHS Students Set Sail to Apply Physics Knowledge

    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.

    “Knowing that many of the students had never experienced sailing before, we designed a culminating activity that tests their Regents Physics knowledge and includes a performance-based assessment to apply to the physics of sailing,” said Ms. Janna Ostroff, K-12 Supervisor for Science and Technology for Instruction. “This was their final project of the year before the Regents to apply all they have learned throughout the year,” she said, adding, “We are very grateful to the PTA for their support.”

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  • Bird conservation sign contest winners at Vernon

    Vernon School 4th Graders Artfully Protect Shorebirds

    The artwork of Vernon School fourth graders will soon become signage for a bird conservation area at Sunken Meadow State Park. 

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    Mr. Agostini and his 2nd grade class walk to the cafeteria to perform a readers' theater

    Readers’ Theater Features Adventures of ‘Flat Stanley’

    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.

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