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Central Boulevard Students Raise and Release Quail

Central Boulevard Students Raise and Release Quail photo

The students in Erin Austin’s first-grade class at Bethpage’s Central Boulevard Elementary School delved into a hands-on, ecological adventure through a citizen science class project involving Northern bobwhite quail, a species native to the area. This marks the second straight year that Austin’s class has completed the assignment in conjunction with the Islip-based Seatuck Environmental Association.

The adventure started on May 1 with a 25-day incubation and observation period. Once the seven quail eggs hatched, the students were tasked with maintaining optimal temperatures inside the brooder, in addition to providing food and water. 

The experience culminated on June 15 with a class trip to the Suffolk County Environmental Center at the Scully Estate in Islip. During the trip, the group hiked through a salt marsh and examined microorganisms in the pond behind Scully Mansion before releasing the quail into their natural habitat. 

The interactive project gave the students an up-close look at the stages of the quail’s life cycle. They also gleaned the importance of the species’ impact on the local environment, as Northern bobwhite quail eat ticks, which were at a record high last year.

Hayes Appointed Assistant Principal at JFK

Hayes Appointed Assistant Principal at JFK photo
At their meeting on May 29, the Bethpage Union Free School District Board of Education announced the appointment of Erin Hayes as assistant principal of JFK Middle School, effective July 1. She will be a familiar face in the school, having served as one of the building’s social workers for the last five years, in addition to one year at Central Boulevard Elementary School. 

Hayes has been an integral member of the Bethpage staff since joining the district in October 2012. Her knowledge of the students and their families, as well as her genuine concern for the school community, will serve as valuable assets in her new position.

In total, Hayes has 15 years of experience as a licensed clinical social worker. She has also served as a Dignity Act coordinator at the middle school and co-chair of the Character Education Committee. In addition, she has played a key role in the expansion of the social-emotional learning curriculum that helps incorporate mindfulness practices into the classroom and led to the creation of a “mindfulness room.”

Bethpage Elementary Drama Program Presents "Madagascar, Jr."


The Bethpage Elementary Masquers' Guild presents their third annual Spring Musical, Madagascar, Jr!  Eighty-five students from Central Boulevard Elementary School, Charles Campagne Elementary School, and Kramer Lane Elementary School in Grades 4 & 5 will be performing in the show!

Performances are Thursday, June 14, 2018 at 7:00 PM and Saturday, June 16, 2018 at 2:00 PM at the Bethpage High School Center for the Performing Arts. 

Tickets are $7.00 and can be purchased at the door.

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National Honor Society Supports Winthrop Children's Hospital Cancer Center for Kids


The National Honor Society made a donation to the Winthrop Children's Hospital Cancer Center for Kids.  The students raised $2,500.00 through two intramural fundraisers in Dodgeball and European Handball, which students of all grades participated. Ashley Carlo, manager from the Cancer Center for Kids, visited Bethpage High School to accept the donation from the winning team of our European Handball fundraiser.  Special thanks to the National Honor Society, all of our student participants in the intramural fundraisers, and Mr. Fazio for coordinating the efforts!

BHS Students Test-Drive Underwater Robots

BHS Students Test-Drive Underwater Robots photo

Seniors in Bethpage High School’s engineering class put their robots to the test on June 1 with an underwater submersion challenge in the school’s pool.

Grouped in teams of three, the students were given motors, propellers and a camera to manufacture an underwater robot that could pick up and retrieve objects from the pool floor. The teams were also allowed to use tape, Velcro and polyvinyl chloride piping, based on buoyancy calculations, in their designs.

The project was one that engaged engineering practices modeled after real-world challenges. To execute the successful design and build of their robots, the teams had to employ a high level of collaboration and communication skills, along with physics and math concepts. Drivers were only allowed to view their robots on a monitor during the competition to mimic real conditions researchers face when working deep below the ocean’s surface. 

Two groups emerged victorious from the challenge, as the robots Bubba, made by Ingy Inc., and Beta, created by Wellbound Inc., tied for scoring the most points in the course. 

Bethpage High School Spotlights Athletic Success

Bethpage High School Spotlights Athletic Success photo

The athletic department at Bethpage High School enjoyed success and achievements from individuals and teams throughout the 2017-18 academic year as select accomplishments were recently highlighted.

Three individual seniors recently signed national letters of intent to continue their athletic journeys at the college level. Jason Seiter declared his intent to play lacrosse at the University of Delaware after earning All-County honors this past season. A three-sport athlete, he was also named second team All-State and first team All-Long Island in football in addition to All-Conference for basketball. He was selected as this year’s Jay Fiedler Award recipient, awarded to the top scholar-athlete in Nassau County. 

Seiter’s teammate Max Groom elected to join the men’s lacrosse program at the United States Merchant Marine Academy. Groom was an All-County honorable mention pick this past year. Additionally, Alex Freedman decided to continue his studies and play golf at the Catholic University of America. Freedman recently qualified for the Metropolitan Golf Association’s Ike Stroke Play Championship that will take place June 25-26 at the Meadow Brook Club. 

Another individual in the spotlight is cross-country and track performer Clayton Santiago. Santiago qualified for all three state meets this past year by earning spots in the fall’s cross-country meet, the winter indoor competition and the upcoming outdoor race on June 8 in Syracuse. The senior is slated to compete in the 800-meter race. He also holds the Bethpage cross-country school record in the 5,000-meter and is an All-County for both indoor and outdoor track.

For the third year in a row and ninth time in school history, the women’s marine fitness team were crowned national champions. Led by individual champion, senior Kaitlyn Chua, the John Como and Deb Rut-coached team claimed a margin of victory of 255 points to earn the title. 

JFK Science Symposium


Sixth grade Academic Exploration classes in conjunction with seventh grade and eighth grade Science Research classes participated in the annual John F. Kennedy Science Symposium. Our proud students were able to display their hard work to fellow students, family, teachers, and administrators in a true community atmosphere.  Special thanks to all of the staff members who helped to put this event together and those who came out to support the students!

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Maritime Festival at BHS


This year’s Maritime Festival is dedicated to our longtime friend and educator Sue Rankin.  Mrs. Rankin has onboard from the very first year, teaching the third grader’s all about the marine food web and the vital role of plankton.  This Maritime Festival was her last, she’s retiring in June and we wish her great happiness.  Mrs. Rankin’s energy, creativeness and love of all things related to the sea will be missed.  A special thanks to all the building and grounds, custodial, clerical and teaching staff who help make this event possible every year.

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Ms. Sciara- Teacher of the Month!


Abby Ouslander an 8th grader at JFK middle school nominated Ms.Sciara on K98.3’s Teacher of the month competition. Ms. Sciara went against one other teacher on Long Island where everyone was able to vote once a day. At the end of the month Ms. Sciara won and is now taking 25 students to a Long Island Ducks game on June 17th where she also gets the throw the first pitch! 

2nd Annual Italian Club Pasta Cook Off


On Thursday, May 31, 2018, the Italian Club held their 2nd Annual Pasta Cook Off. The judges, Mr. Clark, Mr. Schneider, Mr. Spence, Mr. Healy, Mrs. Falcone, Yolanda Caso, and Mr. Santiago, along with numerous Bethpage students and faculty, all had the opportunity to feast upon homemade pasta dishes cooked by Italian club members. The club collected funds to donate to the Bethany House of Long Island. The winners of the cook off were:

  • 1st Prize: AJ Vita
  •  2nd Prize: Natalie Rich, Julia Bradley, and Sam Goldman
  • 3rd Prize: Anthony Ippolito and Peter Arrabito

Buon appetito!

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Long Island Music Festival


On Friday, June 1, 2018, students in the Select Chorus participated in the Long Island Music Festival and performed in front of a panel of adjudicators. They were graded on a rubric and received a "Superior" grade, which is the highest distinction! Afterwards, the students went on to have a fun-filled afternoon at the Cradle of Aviation Museum!  Special thanks to Ms. Kovacs for coordinating and supporting our Select Chorus students!

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Kramer Lane students give a hand for Earth Day

Kramer Lane students give a hand for Earth Day photo

Three classes of first-graders at Kramer Lane Elementary School acknowledged Earth Day with a project titled “Small Hands Can Change the World.”

The young students embraced the annual event by creating cutouts of their hands from old magazine pages and gluing them around a painting of the earth on a poster board. The final project was framed and displayed in the first-floor hallway of the school.

Lessons from the assignment included how to turn potential trash into pieces of art and an activity related to the three R’s – reduce, reuse and recycle.

Honoring Joey

Congratulations to Joey Gilio for being recognized as the Long Island Student of the Year by LISEA.  It was a great honor and Joey gave a great speech thanking his family and all his teachers!  Joey works hard and deserves this honor!

Valedictorian/Salutatorian Breakfast

Bethpage was honored to be represented at the Nassau County celebration of academic excellence by 2018 BHS Valedictorian Smiti Shah and BHS Salutatorian Gillian O'Boyle.  All the valedictorians and salutatorians in the county were present.  Mr. Spence and Mr. Clark were proud to stand alongside Smiti and Gillian and their parents!  Congratulations to both and thanks for being such fine students!

Amazing Artistry

Bethpage High School Art Show was on display in the lobby of the high school on Thursday, May 28, 2018. Congratulations to the students and teachers who both brought the beautiful presentations of effort, passion, and imagination to fruition.

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Italian Club Visits "Eataly"


On Friday, May 18, 2018, the Italian Club spent the afternoon in Manhattan visiting and exploring the Italian marketplace, Eataly. The idea of Eataly is to celebrate Italian biodiversity and offer high quality food to all. Everyone was able to shop and learn, all while relishing in the tasty foods. Students applied their language skills to read labels, decipher menus, and order in the target language!

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Zeus Marks 10th Year of Debates at JFK

Zeus Marks 10th Year of Debates at JFK photo

For the 10th consecutive year, sixth-graders in Monica Klein’s social studies classes at John F. Kennedy Middle School held debates to see which god, goddess or hero would become the new ruler of Olympus when Zeus – played by Klein’s father, Ben Morselli – retires from the throne.

Each student dressed the part of their mythological figure and delivered a persuasive speech on why they deserved the royal position and the distinctive characteristics that qualified them. The students also engaged in a debate with one another to question their competitors’ eligibility. Based on this rhetoric, Zeus determined the next ruler.

This unique activity, a tradition in the Bethpage School District, reinforces the sixth-grade curriculum on ancient Greece while developing students’ oral presentation skills and persuasive writing techniques. 


Fun in the Sun at Charles Campagne

Fun in the Sun at Charles Campagne photo

At recent physical education classes at the Charles Champagne Elementary School, Mr. Posch and Mrs. Bohringer created an environment for current kindergarten students to learn various outdoor activities.

During the “Fun in the Sun” session on Thursday, May 17, students learned how to fish, crab, camp, kayak, life jacket safety and fire safety in generated scenarios throughout the gymnasium. The lesson is also provided for every kindergarten orientation.

National College Decision Day


Bethpage High School celebrated the achievements of the Class of 2018 on National College Decision Day.  On May 1, 2018, high school seniors wore the colors of the college that they have committed to attend in the Fall. Congratulations to all of the seniors on this major milestone. Bethpage Schools wishes the Class of 2018 success in all of their future endeavors!

Art Club Makes Portraits for The Memory Project


The Bethpage High School Art Club members joined The Memory Project's, Portraits of Kindness mission to make art for children in Puerto Rico who were recently affected by Hurricane Maria. The Art students who made portraits included Ashley Ro, Michelle Zheng, Camila DaSilva, Marlyn Ortiz, Saray Ortiz, Amari Harper, Francesca Vangi, and Alyssa Dacosta. The portraits were delivered to the children on Friday, May 18, 2018. The Art Club members enjoyed creating art that would put a smile on a young child's face, especially those who lost all of their personal belongings and are still going through hard times in Puerto Rico. Members were looking forward to using their artistic talents to provide happiness and to share their love of art with others.

The Memory Project is a non-profit organization that provides photos of children from all over the world who face substantial challenges in their life such as neglect, abuse, loss, violence, and poverty. The Memory Project have now created more than 100,000 portraits for children in 43 countries.

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International Science & Engineering Fair


This past week in Pittsburgh, approximately 1,800 high school students from more than 75 countries, regions, and territories were awarded the opportunity to showcase their independent research and compete for $4 million in prizes at the International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF). Intel ISEF united these top young scientific minds, showcasing their talents on an international stage, where doctoral level scientists reviewed and judged their work.

Bethpage High School's Smiti Shah placed 3rd in her category of Environmental Engineering, with her study titled "Solar Powered Nanotech Water Filtration Device with Personal Robotic Transport System." She will be presenting her study at this year's Bethpage Research Symposium in the Bethpage High School Auditorium on Tuesday, June 5, 2018.

Bethpage Schools would like to congratulate Smiti on this extraordinary accomplishment and wishes her success as she continues her studies at Duke University after graduation! 

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KL International

KL International photo

As a culmination to their unit on the geographic and cultural influence of different countries, fourth-graders at Kramer Lane Elementary School hosted an International Celebration. Students presented their projects in PowerPoint format for parents and guests in the classroom, then came together with the other fourth-grade classes to perform several cultural dances, including Israel’s Od Lo Ahavti Dai and Ireland’s Irish Washerwoman. The celebration concluded with students and their guests enjoying foods from each of the countries they had studied. The event is an annual tradition at Kramer Lane.

BHS Supports AIDS Walk


Our 21st Century Scholars trip to the AIDS Walk NYC was a huge success!  29 students, accompanied by Ms. Bertolotti, Mrs. Gagliardi and Ms. Prager, walked 6.2 miles in and around Central Park and raised $1,650 for this worthy cause!  Thank you to all of our caring supporters.  Great job to all!

Special Olympics Success in Bethpage


Bethpage School District successfully hosted the Long Island Special Olympics North Division with the help of over 400 volunteers!  While we would have preferred better weather, the day was still a great success for the athletes who still came out to compete and persevere!  The spirit of the day was fantastic and everyone had a great time!  Thanks to the volunteers, the corporate sponsors, the Town of Oyster Bay and special guests TOBAY Supervisor Joe Saladino and Nassau County Legislators Rose Walker and Laura Schaefer.  Congratulations to all the athletes for showing us how to compete with such grace!

Click here for a video made by the JFK Eagles Eye students and advisor Zach Levy.

Class of 2018 Valedictorian and Salutatorian Announced

Class of 2018 Valedictorian and Salutatorian Announced photo
Bethpage High School’s Class of 2018 will be led by valedictorian Smiti Shah and salutatorian Gillian O’Boyle.

With a long list of awards and recognitions, Smiti has earned the honor of valedictorian this year. As captain of the Regal Eagle robotics team, she has played an integral role in what has been the team’s best season yet and earned the 2018 Fred Breithut Award (MVP Award) at a recent competition. In addition to robotics, she is past-president of the New York Academy of Sciences Junior Academy, which is an outreach program that represents more than 700 international students. Among Smiti’s list of accolades is being named an AP Scholar with Distinction, a National Merit Commended Student and a Regeneron STS semifinalist. She also placed first at the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair, earning a spot to represent Long Island at the international competition. Smiti plans to attend Duke University to study electrical and computer engineering with a minor in finance. While there, she hopes to continue pursuing her water filtration research, as well as additional women-in-STEM initiatives.

Graduating with more than 60 college credits, Gillian O’Boyle is an active and accomplished member of the high school community. Not only has she earned designation as an AP Scholar with Distinction, but she has also been named an All-County basketball player and an All-Class and Scholar-Athlete in soccer. Gillian served as captain of the school’s varsity lacrosse and varsity basketball teams and as senator for the senior class. She is also a member of the National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, Student Civic Club, Spanish Club and Athletes Helping Athletes. In her spare time, she volunteers as an assistant coach for CYO volleyball and a seventh-grade PAL lacrosse team. Gillian will be attending Molloy College’s Honors Program for nursing on a full tuition scholarship for academics.

Regal Eagles Finish Successful Season

Regal Eagles Finish Successful Season photo
Bethpage High School congratulates its Regal Eagles Robotics Team, including advisors Eric Kay and Dan Zabell, on recently finishing a highly successful 10th season.

After earning several awards at the Long Island Regional FIRST Robotics Competition at Hofstra University – including team captain Smiti Shah being voted as MVP by the judges and teammate Morgan Heller receiving the Dean's List Award – the team earned the opportunity to attend the World Championships in Detroit this April.

At the competition, the team placed first in their division and third in a round robin tournament. More than 400 teams worldwide competed in the World Championship event. 

Outstanding Jazz Soloists

Outstanding Jazz Soloists photo
Congratulations to Bethpage High School juniors Sohan Maiti and A.J. Vita for earning the Outstanding Jazz Soloist awards at Festival Disney in Orlando this April. The annual musical performance festival brings together musicians from across the nation. Bethpage High School’s jazz band performed under the direction of Jim Stehlik and featured both student-musicians on their respective instruments – A.J. on guitar and Sohan on bass.  The band itself also received an excellent rating for both its jazz band and wind ensemble performances.

JFK Raises Autism Awareness

JFK Raises Autism Awareness photo
In honor of April as Autism Awareness Month, students from the National Junior Honor Society, Social Club, Champions of Choice Club and the Siblings with Special Needs Support Group hung blue ribbons and flyers advertising a Kids and Coins for Autism fundraiser at John F. Kennedy Middle School.  As part of the efforts, seventh-grader Kate Clyne donated the blue ribbons and provided Autism Awareness bracelets for all students and staff to wear for the month. Additionally, sxith-grader Lauren O’Brien sold hand-made bracelets to students and staff during lunch periods, raising more than $1,000 for the cause

21st C: Trip to NY Aquarium

On Saturday students from BHS visited the New York Aquarium that is still recovering from super storm Sandy.  Many of the animals are in temporary enclosures waiting for the scheduled July re-opening of several main exhibit halls.  The visit began with a guided tour by an aquarium specialist.  This was followed by an amazing sea lion show in the aqua theater.  Participants had time to revisit their favorite exhibits before lunch on the world famous boardwalk including the iconic Coney Island Nathan’s.  Several of the photos below were taken by Bethpage’s own aspiring photographer Daniel Wilson.

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Signs of Inspiration for Special Olympics

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As one of the Bethpage School District’s monthly Thoughtful Thursday community service projects, Central Boulevard Elementary School fifth-graders took out their pens and honed their design skills to make inspirational posters. The artwork will be on display during the Special Olympics, to be held at Bethpage High School on May 19. The students decided that messages of inspiration would assist the participating athletes in their goal to complete or win their event.

In addition to these signs, kindergarten and first-grade students colored inspirational ribbons, second-graders wrote messages on rainbow cutouts, and third- and fourth-graders wrote thank-you notes to all of the volunteers.

“This has been a wonderful schoolwide effort,” social worker Sarah Glassman said. “The students are looking forward to seeing their efforts make a difference during the Special Olympics in May.”

Jazz at Disney!


The Bethpage High School Wind Ensemble and Jazz Band went down to Walt Disney World from April 26th to April 29th to compete in the 2018 Disney Performing Arts Festival. Both ensembles performed extremely well and both earned a rating of Excellent for their performance. In addition to the wonderful performances, AJ Vita and Soham Maiti were awarded Outstanding Jazz Soloist awards for their performances. Congratulations to all performers and a special thank you to the chaperones that helped to make the trip memorable! 

Sophomore Raises Money for Lupus Alliance of LI

Sophomore Raises Money for Lupus Alliance of LI
Adina Rahman, a Bethpage High School sophomore, raised $600 to benefit the Lupus Alliance of Long Island/Queens. This is the third year Adina has collected money for this worthy organization, garnering a total of $1,600 over that time. Adina said she was motivated to raise money for the alliance because of family members who struggle with the disease.

Patricia D’Accolti, executive director of the alliance, thanked Adina for her generous donation and explained that the funds will contribute to the alliance’s efforts to promote education and public awareness as well as provide support-based programs for those living with lupus.

Lifeguards Honored in Bethpage

Lifeguards Honored in Bethpage photo
At the April 24 meeting of the Board of Education, the Board and district administration honored three lifeguards and their instructor, Jeff Hack, for their service. 

Thirteen current and former students who have completed their lifeguard certification training serve as lifeguards for the swimming pool at Bethpage High School as part of the many year-round programs for students and the community. During a recent program, the three lifeguards on duty tested their training skills when a real-life situation unfolded. Each of those on duty handled themselves so calmly and professionally that many on site didn’t know a situation had occurred. 

For their exemplary service, graduates Miguel Almanzar and Lorenzo Cusumano, together with current senior Monique Souza and Hack, were honored.

Honoring Bud Steubing

The New York Yankees honored Bethpage resident Lawrence "Bud" Steubing as their Veteran of the Game this past Saturday!  Bud has been a frequent guest in the Bethpage Schools over the years to talk about his service in World War II.  His children and many of his grandchildren attended Bethpage Schools and he loves the Golden Eagles!  Congratulations to Bud and his family!

29th Annual Senior Citizen Prom

Bethpage High School held the school's 29th Annual Senior Citizen Prom!  Hundreds of senior citizens danced and dined the night away while mingling with high school students who served them a full dinner!  It was a great event!  Thanks to Ms. Way, Ms. Sestak, Ms. Feyrer and Mr. Long for all their hard work!  Thanks to the custodial and chefs (Yolanda and Grace) for their assistance!  And thanks to the students who worked hard all evening to make this a memorable event!

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Recognition of Excellence

Bethpage held its annual Recognition of Excellence Dinner where ten high school seniors each recognize an elementary, middle and high school teacher who had an impact on them during their K-12 career in the Bethpage School District.  The students were poised, humorous and touching in their comments about their teachers.  The ten were chosen by the faculty of Bethpage High School for their success in all areas of our school community.  Congratulations to the students and the exemplary teachers they honored!  Special thanks to Mr. Stehlik and the BHS Jazz Ensemble for adding a touch of class to the evening.  They were fantastic!

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Art Supervisors' Exhibition

Congratulations to the hundreds of artists whose work was displayed at the Nassau County Art Supervisors' Exhibition at Farmingdale College.  Dozens of Bethpage students were among those chosen to have their work shown at the exhibit!  Congratulations to them and thanks to their art teachers who worked quite hard to ready the show!

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Challenger Basketball- RED HOT!

Challenger Basketball is RED HOT!  Check them out by clicking here!

Bethpage Hockey- Heading for States

Congratulations to the Bethpage Hockey Team for an outstanding season!  We took a picture of them just as they were heading to the state competition!  They gave us some thrilling games this year!!!  Congratulations to the team and Coach Schmier! 

Harlem Wizards Put on a Show!

Thanks once again to the Harlem Wizards for coming to Bethpage and putting on a great game!  The CBS PTA did a great job organizing the event and thanks to Mrs. Wodicka and her team of volunteers!  Thanks also to the Bethpage teachers, administrators and staff for agreeing to play in the game!  A great time was had by all!

Valentines Day Celebration

Students in Charles Campagne, JFK Middle School and Bethpage High School came together to celebrate Valentine's Day!  There was lots of hearts and tasty goodies!  Thanks to the students and teachers for sharing the love!

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District Fashion Show

Congratulations to everyone involved in this year's Fashion Show!  District Social Workers organized the event to raise funds for mental health organizations around Long Island.  Students showed off fashions and performed memorable musical numbers!  Faculty and staff wore beautiful gowns and suits as they showed off the latest fashions!  It was a very successful evening.  Thanks to Ms. Kennedy and Mr. Gallagher for all their efforts with organizing the evening!

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Kickline Wins Again!


The JV and Varsity Kickline teams spent this past Sunday (February 4th) at Nassau Community College competing in the Nassau Scholastic Kickline Championship.

 JV ended the morning with a 3rd place finish in both of their routines (Kick and Team Performance).

 The Varsity competed in the afternoon session earning 1st place in kick, 2nd in pom, 2nd in jazz and 4th in team performance.  The highlight of the day, however, was winning the Grand Championship in the kick category.  That award is given to the team who has the highest cumulative score for the 3 previous Scholastic competitions in a specific category.

 A special congratulations to the four seniors on Varsity; Captain Francesca Conte, Captain Julianna Griffin, Team Officer Gabby McGlynn, and Team Officer Heather Palmer.   The seniors had a fantastic day and a great ending to their local competition season.  The Varsity team is excited to showcase their routines at Nationals in Orlando, Florida in a few weeks.

 Congratulations Golden Girls and Company!

Food Drive

BHS students asssited the Lions Club with their annual food drive.  65 boxes of food were sent to local families to provide them with a Thanksgiving dinner.  The Lions were very impressed with the student volunteers!  Thanks to all!
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