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  • Pumpkin Contest 2021

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  • OBHS Among Top NYS Public High Schools

    Oyster Bay High School ranks among the top 10 high schools in New York State and the top five on Long Island, according to the study, “2021’s Best Public Schools in New York State” released by WalletHub, a personal finance platform for tools and resources.

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  • Third Teacher Earns National Board Certification

    Oyster Bay High School mathematics teacher Mr. David Lazar has earned National Board Certification, the highest certification one can achieve in K-12 education. He is the third teacher in the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District to achieve the advanced credential and among only three percent of teachers nationwide who are recognized as meeting the highest standards of the profession.

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  • OBHS Virtual Enterprise Firm Hits New Milestones

    Oyster Bay High School’s Virtual Enterprise (VE) program—a business course that enables students to develop business skills in a simulated environment—has advanced to new levels of competition.

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  • Kudos to our Athletes of the Month

    Oyster Bay High School’s Department of Athletics proudly announces its February and March selections for “Athlete of the Month.” Athletes are 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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  • TR Designs Leprechaun STEM Zip Line Project

    Theodore Roosevelt second graders spent part of St. Patrick’s Day developing their critical thinking and problem-solving skills when they participated in the Leprechaun Zip Line Challenge.

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  • OBHS Musical Rises Above Challenges

    Faced with new challenges due to the pandemic, Oyster Bay High School’s Fine and Performing Arts Department replaced the live stage with livestreamed performances when they presented the musical Songs for a New World, March 12-14.

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  • It's March Reading Madness at Vernon

    March Madness may be about basketball, but at James H. Vernon School it’s all about reading! Students are “mad” about some new and exciting reading competitions that are sparking their creativity and imaginations while boosting their reading skills.

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  • Vernon 5th Graders Engineer Working Wind Turbines

    Exploring the process of engineering design and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fifth-grade students at James H. Vernon School developed working wind turbines out of repurposed materials and showcased them in their school.

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  • Leg. Lafazan Cuts Ribbon on Renovated OBHS Cafeteria

    Surrounded by Board of Education members, staff and students, Leg. Joshua Lafazan “cut the ribbon” on the renovated cafeteria at Oyster Bay High School, a project made possible through a $100,000 grant he secured for the District.

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  • TR Celebrates Reading

    Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School is dressing up for a week of celebrating reading! The event, held in conjunction with the national Read Across America Day, is promoting excitement and creativity as students participate in different dress-up days while honing their reading skills with a broad selection of books.

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  • OBEN Students Named 'Kids of Distinction'

    Nineteen students from the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District were named Kids of Distinction by Legislator Joshua A. Lafazan during the Third Annual Kids of Distinction Awards Ceremony held virtually, Feb. 25.

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  • TR Celebrates the 100th Day of School

    Kindergarteners and first graders at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School marked the 100th day of school by engaging in a host of activities across the curriculum that celebrated the number 100.

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  • Nick Tardugno is a National Merit Finalist!

    Oyster Bay High School senior Nicholas Tardugno was named a Finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program, placing him among the top one percent of the nation’s brightest and most promising students.

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  • OBHS Athletes Commit to Div. I Collegiate Sports

    Two Oyster Bay High School senior-athletes have committed to playing Division I sports at the collegiate level next year. Varsity crew member Alina Kelly will wear orange and blue for the Bucknell Bison women’s rowing team and varsity fencer Rachel Kowalsky will don blue and white for Duke University Blue Devils’ women’s fencing team.

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  • Board Reorganizes for Upcoming School Year

    The Board of Education held its annual reorganization meeting on July 13 in preparation for the 2021-22 academic year.

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  • All-State Musician

    Senior Kevin Biggiani was selected by the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) to perform in the 2021 All-State Music Conference. Kevin will be playing trombone with the All-State Orchestra.

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  • No Place for Hate

    The High School recently earned a “No Place for Hate” designation from the Anti-Defamation League. The designation recognizes the High School as a place that has created an inclusive learning environment, fosters kindness and has the tools to proactively address bias and bullying incidents.

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  • Homecoming Celebrations

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  • The Box Challenge

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