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Board of Education Meeting - March 24, 2020

Due to current health and safety concerns, tonight’s Board of Education Meeting is available through livestream via Google Meet.  This meeting will be recorded and a transcript of the meeting will be made thereafter.  Please note that due to the technology that is being utilized, we will not be able to take questions or comments from the community during this meeting.   Therefore, if there is anything you would like to discuss, please contact the Superintendent of Schools via e-mail at  We will then respond to all questions appropriately.

Video Archive of Board of Education Public Session on March 24, 2020:  VIDEO

Video Archive of Board of Education Adjourning Meeting on March 24, 2020:  VIDEO


Bethpage High School Career Fair

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Bethpage High School recently held their first career fair, inviting dozens of professionals to share their career experiences with students. Representatives from industries such as healthcare, marketing, education, finance and criminal justice were in attendance.
Booths were set up in the school’s gym for each professional representative and informational sessions with smaller groups of students were conducted throughout the day. Business teachers Anthony Murray and Nancy Simpson organized the event to expand students’ knowledge on possibilities for their futures after graduation. Assistant Principal Ralph Tocco and Principal Nicholas Jantz, as well as student members of Virtual Enterprise, also assisted with set up and activities throughout the day.
“We appreciate all of our presenters, many being alumni, who came out to share their expertise with students,” said Assistant Superintendent Mike Spence. “Career Day at Bethpage High School gave our students a glimpse into possible future careers and the path needed to get there.”

Successful Science Scholars at LISEF

Bethpage High School had two projects that earned the right to advance to Round 2 of the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair.  There, the projects earned 1st and 2nd place in their respective categories across all of Long Island!

  • In the category of Energy: Sustainable Materials and Design - Theresa Thulasidis (Grade 10) and Ava Zingone (Grade 10)
    Dye Sensitized vs. Monocrystalline: Most Cost Efficient Method for Energy Production - 2nd Place
  • In the category of Earth & Environmental Sciences - Maya Maciel-Seidman (Grade 11), Ruchitha Channapatna (Grade 10), and Suchitha Channapatna (Grade 10)
    Soil Moisture Sensing Robot: A Novel Agricultural Device - 1st Place

Maya, Ruchitha, and Suchitha have now qualified to have their project enter the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), which will be held in May.

Congratulations to all of the student participants in Round 2 of LISEF on all of their hard work, research, and achievement on their respective projects.  Special thanks to Mr. Pollatos for his support of our science scholars!

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ENL Math Night

On Wednesday, March 11, 2020, all elementary English Language Learners were invited to Central Boulevard Elementary School to attend a "Spring into Math" night. All students and their families participated in engaging mathematics activities such as making animals with pattern blocks, adding and multiplying with dice, and building shapes with toothpicks and marshmallows. The event was enjoyed by all and we appreciate everyone who volunteered, including the English Language Learners from John F. Kennedy Middle School and Bethpage High School!

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