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    Excellence in Education                                                               Volume 13, Issue 9, 11-2-18

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    A Message from the Superintendent

    Learn about the District's upcoming musicals, play and fall community book club as Superintendent of Schools Dr. Laura Seinfeld provides a run down of what's happening this month. Come and enjoy some entertainment at the 7/8 Grade Musical, "Oyster Bay Celebrates the Movies" on Nov. 2; the Vernon Play, Shrek the Musical, Jr. on Nov. 7 and 8; or the OBHS Drama, Antigone, on Nov. 16 while supporting our students.  The book selection for Dr. Seinfeld's Fall Community Book Club is I am Malala: How One Girl Stood up for Education and Changed the World. Pick up your copy today and join us at the OBHS library at 7 p.m., Nov. 19. 

    Teen Truth speaker poses with SADD members, social workers and principal


    Take a look at our Halloween Parades:

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    Click here for Roosevelt School's Halloween Parade


  • Roosevelt students pose with Mr. Michael O'Neill who dressed as Theodore Roosevelt for his birthday celebration

    Happy Birthday, Theodore Roosevelt!

    “Theodore Roosevelt” paid a surprise visit to students at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School, Oct. 26, as part of a school-wide celebration in honor of his birthday.

    Born on Oct. 27, 1858, which fell on a Saturday this year, President Roosevelt — also known as Mr. Michael O’Neill, the father of kindergarten aide Sherry McKevitt — came dressed in his Rough Rider uniform to greet students as they arrived at school and then gave presentations about his life in their classrooms.

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    Red Ribbon Week Promotes Good Choices

    Students throughout the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District are more knowledgeable about living healthy lifestyles after participating in the National Red Ribbon Campaign, Oct. 22-26. Established by the non-profit organization National Family Partnership, the campaign aims to heighten awareness about the dangers of destructive behaviors and promote good choices.

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