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  • Dr. Pesqueira Named Social Studies Supervisor of the Year

    Dr. Joseph Pesqueira, K-12 Supervisor for Social Studies, Career Technologies, and Service Learning for the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District, has been named Outstanding Social Studies Supervisor of the Year by the Long Island Council for the Social Studies (LICSS).

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  • OBEN Spotlights Mental Health & Better Speech and Hearing Month

    Recognizing that the pandemic has put an emotional strain on many, the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District is taking special care to spotlight the importance of mental and behavioral health by hosting several events that support Mental Health Awareness Month as well as Better Speech and Hearing Awareness Month.

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  • OBEN Appoints Deputy Superintendent

    The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District has appointed Ms. Maureen Raynor as Deputy Superintendent, effective June 1.

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  • OBHS Ranks High on National 'Best High Schools' List

    Oyster Bay High School ranks among the top public high schools in the nation, according to an annual report released by U.S. News & World Report.

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  • 'Cool' Lessons for Earth Week at TR

    In celebration of Earth Week, students at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School participated in the school’s 12th Annual Cool the Earth program and learned what they can do to protect the environment.

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  • OBEN Student's Artwork in Virtual All-County Exhibit

    Fifteen students from the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District have their artwork on display at the Art Supervisors Association's (ASA) 2021 Nassau All-County Art Exhibition. The event, held virtually this year through June, showcases the talent of more than 1,200 students from kindergarten through grade 12 who have demonstrated excellence in a wide variety of two-dimensional visual art forms including drawing, painting, printmaking, computer graphics and photograph

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Excitement Bubbles Over at Roosevelt's Virtual Science Fun Night

    It was a night of discovery and bonding as Theodore Roosevelt second graders and their families participated in a virtual Science Fun Night, Feb. 4.

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  • OBEN Creates Valentines for Veterans

    With words of praise for their bravery and sacrifices, students at James H. Vernon and Theodore Roosevelt Elementary schools expressed their gratitude to those who served our country by designing Valentine’s Day cards as part of the Town of Oyster Bay’s Valentines for Veterans Initiative.

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  • Summer Program Sets Sail

    A new summer program for a number of our high school students is smooth sailing after kicking off on July 27. The District partnered with Oakcliff Sailing Center for our summer sailing program, which gives 16 students a different kind of athletic experience. Not only will students take part in fitness activities on land and water, they will learn about the team-based sport of sailing and the communication necessary to be successful on a sailboat.

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  • Welcome New Teachers!

    We welcomed nine new teachers to the district during an orientation on Monday, August 30. The new teachers gathered at the High School library to meet with their mentors, colleagues and department leaders to discuss the upcoming 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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