6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Roosevelt Parent-Teacher Evening Conferences
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Vernon Parent-Teacher Evening Conferences
7:00 PM OBHS Fall Drama
Oyster Bay High School’s business students captured third place at the regional Virtual Enterprises International Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership Conference at Long Island University (LIU) Post, Oct. 25, proving their entrepreneurial chops against nearly 80 high schools throughout Long Island.
Show-stopping numbers from the Great White Way came to Oyster Bay High School, Nov. 1, when the Fine and Performing Arts Department presented the middle level musical revue, "Broadway in Oyster Bay."
Just before the crowd swells for the Homecoming Parade and Baymen pride showers the streets in purple in gold, an historic yet intimate celebration takes place every other year in the gymnasium of Oyster Bay High School. There, just beyond a 360-degree shrine of athletic greatness dating back to the early1900s, the Oyster Bay High School Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony takes place.
In this month's video, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Laura Seinfeld highlights the many events taking place in the District, from our Field of Honor ceremony to Dr. Seinfeld's Community Book Club to our three theatrical performances. Watch this video to get a rundown of these events as well as a sneak peek of our student performances!
Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School 2nd graders carried out an old tradition to mark the birthday of their school’s namesake. The grade boarded buses to Youngs Memorial Cemetery, Roosevelt’s final resting place, to take part in a memorial service coordinated by Oyster Bay historian Mr. John Hammond.
Lessons on making positive choices and living healthy lifestyles took place throughout the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District in support of Red Ribbon Week, Oct. 21-25. The national campaign, launched by the non-profit organization National Family Partnership, heightens awareness about the dangers of destructive behaviors and the importance of making good decisions.
Oyster Bay High School 7th graders stepped back in time when they received a guided tour of the replica tall ship Santa Maria II, the largest in explorer Christopher Columbus' famous fleet that discovered America in 1492. The ship was docked at Oyster Bay’s waterfront for public viewing during the recent Oyster Festival.
Oyster Bay High School kicked off its “Athletes of the Month” series, a tradition of recognizing student athletes who exhibit qualities that make them exemplary role models for their teammates. Coaches selected the following students as October’s Athletes of the Month.
Purple and gold were out in full force as students, staff and the community came together for Oyster Bay High School’s Homecoming game and parade, Oct. 12. In one of the most spirited displays of Baymen pride, the Homecoming parade flowed through local streets to Memorial Field.
Oyster Bay High School seniors Aavi Gupta and Julia Cutajar have more than one thing in common: both hold perfect attendance records, love competing in Mathletes, and are leaders among their peers. Now they share another commonality that is undoubtedly the crowning moment of their high school careers. Aavi and Julia were named valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the Class of 2020.