11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Mr. Agostini/Ms. Paladino's 2nd Grade Class' Virtual Visit to Vernon
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Ms. Kolb/Ms. Paladino's 2nd Grade Class' Virtual Visit to Vernon
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Ms. Patti's 2nd Grade Class' Virtual Visit to Vernon
9:30 AM PTA Council Meeting (Canceled)
With sirens blaring and horns honking, Oyster Bay High School seniors drove down West Main Street, May 26, in cars festooned with balloons and purple and gold decorations. Slowly, they followed a fleet of fire engines from local fire departments, a stream of red and white metal reflecting brightly in the mid-day sun.
She’s a three-season athlete who had her eye on becoming a News12 Scholar Athlete since she learned about the honor as a freshman. Now, Oyster Bay High School senior Erica Duke is living that dream. While practicing social distancing, she accepted an oversized cardboard check for $1,000 from News12’s Sports Director Mr. Kevin Maher, in conjunction with Bethpage Federal Credit Union, and is featured in a News12 segment.
Freshmen at Oyster Bay High School have proven their skills in the art of poetry writing. They were named Grand Champions in the 9th and 10th grade category of the Walt Whitman’s Birthplace Association’s 34th Annual Student Poetry Contest for their poetry anthology “If I Had One More Day…”
College Commitment Day, a day when countless high school seniors celebrate their college choices and share in their excitement for what lies ahead of them after graduation, has been extended by some colleges from May 1 to June 1 to give families more time to make a decision due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, Oyster Bay High School has taken to social media to celebrate seniors and mark their college decisions as they are made.