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Livestream of Bethpage High School Athletics on February 27, 2021

On Saturday, February 27, 2021, the Bethpage High School Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Game, Boys Varsity Basketball Game, Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Game, Girls Varsity Basketball Game, Boys Varsity Wrestling Match, Girls Junior Varsity Cheerleading, and Girls Varsity Cheerleading will be livestreamed.  Please click on the respective link below.

Bethpage High School - Livestream - Boys Junior Varsity Basketball (12:00 PM)

Bethpage High School - Livestream - Boys Varsity Basketball (2:00 PM)

Bethpage High School - Livestream - Girls Junior Varsity Basketball (10:00 AM)

Bethpage High School - Livestream - Girls Varsity Basketball (12:00 PM)

Bethpage High School - Livestream - Boys Varsity Wrestling (12:30 PM)

Bethpage High School - Livestream - Girls Varsity Cheerleading (1:50 PM)

Bethpage High School - Livestream - Girls Junior Varsity Cheerleading (2:40 PM)

Environmental Reports

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Environmental Testing

Livestream of Bethpage High School Athletics on February 26, 2021

On Friday, February 26, 2021, the Bethpage High School Boys/Girls Track Meet, Boys Varsity Wrestling Match, Girls Varsity Gymnastics, Boys Varsity Swimming Meet, and Boys Varsity Basketball Game will be livestreamed.  Please click on the respective link below.

Bethpage High School - Livestream - Boys/Girls Track Meet

Bethpage High School - Livestream - Boys Varsity Wrestling Match

Bethpage High School - Livestream - Girls Varsity Gymnastics - Floor and Vault Events

Bethpage High School - Livestream - Girls Varsity Gymnastics - Uneven Bars and Beam Events

Bethpage High School - Livestream #1 - Boys Varsity Swimming Meet - Nassau County Championship

Bethpage High School - Livestream #2 - Boys Varsity Swimming Meet - Nassau County Championship

Bethpage High School - Livestream - Boys Varsity Basketball Game

Bethpage Gets Down to Business

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A Virtual Enterprise class from Bethpage High School placed in the top of Long Island schools and will advance to the regional round. Their simulated business is called SuperNova, which is a training app for high school athletes. In the four years since the school implemented the Virtual Enterprise course, this is the furthest a class has gone in the competition. 

Virtual Enterprise is the culmination of the curriculum-based business courses at Bethpage High School. The course is available to junior and senior students and allows them to experience every aspect of business in a simulated environment.

During the past several years, Bethpage’s business program has steadily grown to include a wider variety of courses, including accounting, business management, personal finance and marketing. The classes focus on teaching students real-life skills and relating lessons to current events.

High school business teachers Nancy Simpson and Anthony Murray felt there was an opportunity to better prepare students for their futures in business. As veterans of the business world, they applied their skills and wisdom to expand the Bethpage business program, creating a robust list of offerings for students in grades 10-12.

“I think the Virtual Enterprise students’ success exemplifies how our broader business course offerings are fostering a solid foundation for students,” Mr. Murray said. “It’s making them more successful in these competitions.”

Typically, the Virtual Enterprise classes attend large-scale events to market and sell their products and compete with other classes from around the country and world. This year, students have been engaging virtually with thousands of firms to participate in competitions, trade shows and fairs. Recently, Sarah Ali from METAkey placed in the top 10% on Long Island in an elevator pitch competition in which she pitched her class's company in 60 second or less. 

"Virtual Enterprise to me is an enjoyable way to learn about the business industry," Sarah said. "As teenagers in high school, not many classes are offered that set you up for the real world. Virtual Enterprise has been such an amazing experience for me and I hope many students take advantage of this opportunity."

 

Overall, the three Virtual Enterprise classes placed in six different categories, including human resources, finance and marketing. They will now advance to the national competition in which they will present a video presentation to the judges.

Studying the Effects of Wolves in American Parks

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Students Megan Rocco’s third grade science class at Central Boulevard Elementary School studied the effects of wolf repopulation in national and state parks.

The students made models of Yellowstone National Park before and after the introduction of wolves, concluding that reintroducing them supported tree and grass growth, reinforced the riverbanks and supported the food web. They then used this model to determine if reintroducing wolves to the New York State Adirondack Park would foster more interdependent relationships in its ecosystem.