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Instructional Technology & Computer Science Faculty 

Photo of Regina D'Orio Regina D'Orio
Regina D'Orio teaches Science and Technology at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education from the University of Scranton and her Master's Degree from Queen's College. She is currently pursuing a post-graduate STEM Certification at New York Institute of Technology. During her 20 year career in Oyster Bay-East Norwich she has also taught 4th grade at James H. Vernon School. Mrs. D'Orio is looking forward to engaging young learners in STEM experiences, and hopes that their excitement for science and technology continues to develop and grow throughout their years in OBEN.
Photo of Keith Harrison Keith Harrison
Mr. Harrison teaches Technology at the James H. Vernon School. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from SUNY Cortland, his Master’s Degree from New York Institute of Technology and an advanced certificate in School Leadership from Stony Brook University. During his career in Oyster Bay, he has been a special education teaching assistant, a reading specialist and a K-2 Science and Technology teacher. Mr. Harrison enjoys being able to offer his students a wide range of unique technology opportunities including an introduction to coding and robotics.
Photo of Suprabha Malhar-Jain Suprabha Malhar-Jain
Suprabha Malhar-Jain, teaches Computer Science & Technology at Oyster Bay High School. She received her Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Physics from Mumbai University in India. She is a Microsoft Certified Professional and has gained other certifications in software development.

After an exciting career of 12 years in the Software industry as an Analyst/Programmer, Ms. Malhar entered the field of education. She completed her Master's in Teaching from SUNY Stony Brook and started her career as Science & Technology educator with NYC schools for 3 years. She joined the Oyster Bay East Norwich Schools in 2015.

Ms. Malhar has been instrumental in initiating OBEN's STEM Night, a community wide coding event held every December. She has also been involved in building the High School's technology education program by offering exciting courses in networking and computer science. She coaches Oyster Bay's LEGO Robotics team, "Jedis of the Bay" and is our High School Innovation Specialist, supporting instructional technology for our faculty and staff.

Ms. Malhar-Jain is very excited to work with her students - getting to know them inside the classroom and out!
Photo of Pat Murray Pat Murray
Pat Murray is the STEM teacher at James H Vernon for grades 3 and 4. She also teaches in the new Makerspace room at Vernon where students are encouraged to make, tinker, create and explore. Ms. Murray received her Bachelor’s Degree at SUNY Old Westbury. She has a Master’s Degree in Multicultural and Urban Education from the College of Mount St. Vincent. She has been teaching for 24 years. Ms. Murray has been in Oyster Bay teaching for 18 years and has taught at Theodore Roosevelt and James H Vernon. She is excited to work with her students and finds it extremely rewarding to foster lifelong learners and problem solvers.
Photo of Andrew Schlendorf Andrew Schlendorf
Mr. Schlendorf is a New York State Master Teacher from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania who teaches physics and engineering at OBHS. He received his undergraduate degree from Duke University in Mechanical Engineering and Material Sciences and his Masters from Teacher's College in Secondary Education specializing in physics.

Mr. Schlendorf has worked in Brooklyn teaching physics and astronomy and joined the high school in 2012. Mr. Schlendorf has worked to create the engineering program and help students develop relationships with local engineers. He is the coach of the robotics team, the OysterBots. Mr. Schlendorf is excited to welcome students into his classroom and has high expectations for every student each day.