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Bulldogs Dominate Homecoming Weekend

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The District kicked off its homecoming weekend with the High School pep rally, where Dylan Diaz and Sara Madsen were named the homecoming king and queen.

The following day, the rest of the community, district staff, administration and board of education members joined together for its annual homecoming game, as the varsity football team defeated Deer Park by the score of 43-6. 

The varsity cheerleading team kept the crowd in high spirits throughout the game, and during halftime high school’s marching band, flag team and kickline team provided an energetic performance.



First Home Game Celebrates New Field

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First Home Game Celebrates New Field
The District celebrated the High School’s new and improved turf field with a ribbon-cutting ceremony that took place in front of a packed crowd prior to the varsity football team’s first home game of the season against Bellport. The field and track enhancement were part of the first phase of the bond improvement project, which was approved by voters in December 2017. The district is excited to have student-athletes and the community experience the benefits the stadium has to offer.

Superintendent Visits Woods Road

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Woods Road Elementary School’s second grade students in Mrs. Castaldo and Miss Garvey’s class received a special visit from Superintendent of Schools Glen Eschbach, who was invited to be a guest reader. Mr. Eschbach welcomed students to a new school year and read Giles Andreae’s “Giraffes Can’t Dance” to the class.  

Exploring Fields of Engineering

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Sixth grade students of Robert Moses Middle School have delved into the new Exploring Science class. As part of the program, they are learning about and presenting on different fields of engineering. For their assignment, they discuss what is required for each subject and the benefits it provides as a career. 

Police Officers Help Students Make Connections

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Marion G. Vedder Elementary School welcomed members of the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department, who presented the “Start With Hello” program for students in Grades 2-5. 

The program taught students how they can make a difference among their peers when helping those who show signs of social isolation. Officers demonstrated the small but powerful steps students can take to create connections and promote acceptance.

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