Headlines & Features

  • Middle School Students Use Technology Against Bullies (Click for Videos)

    The 8th grade students from Mr. Tussie's health class created public service announcements using their IPads in the hope of spreading anti bullying messages. Each year students rally around the annual HMS anti bully pledge signing.

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  • Bows for Heroes at Lee Avenue

    Students and staff at Lee Avenue are honoring police officers, firefighters and the military by showcasing colorful paper bows across the front of the building. The schoolwide initiative, which was facilitated by teachers Christine Morgan and Nicole D’Antonio, is serving as a decorative display of support for the nation’s heroes.

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  • HHS Physical Education Students Win Award

    Noelle Batista and Robert Schmidt, both seniors at the high school, have been named recipients of the 2014-15 Nassau Zone Outstanding Physical Education Award. To earn the award, students must demonstrate physical education achievement (earning above an “A” grade point average in physical education classes), be scholastically sound.....

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  • Fork Lane Showcases Musical Talents

    Band, orchestra and chorus students at Fork Lane their peers and families in two separate presentations of its winter concert. The groups played and sang traditional winter songs, and received standing ovations for their performances.

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  • Lee Makes Words for Worthy Cause

    Following their donation of non-perishable items for the Long Island Food Bank, fourth- and fifth-grade students at Lee Avenue were invited to participate in the school’s Scrabble tournament.

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  • Hicksville Girls See Glass as Half Full

    During a special character education program, more than 90 girls at the high school learned about the importance of maintaining their healthy self-esteems and continuing their optimism.

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Important Announcements

  • 2015 Summer Recreation Program
    Online Registration for the 2015 Summer Recreation Program will begin on March 2, 2015 at 8:00 AM. Please go to the Summer Recreation page located under the “For Community “link on the channel bar for directions and information.
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  • Board of Education Committee Meetings
    Wednesday, March 11, 2015
    Board Room, Administration Building 
    Finance Committee 7:00 PM
    Overview of Proposed 2015-2016 Budget 
    Special Meeting of the Board of Education 8:15 PM
    Topic: Personnel 
    Curriculum 8:30 PM 

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  • For your Information:

    According to the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Council on School Health, parents should be encouraged to dress children in multiple light layers.  In any weather, small children should typically wear one layer more than an adult would wear.

    We urge all students to be mindful of these precautions and take measures to ensure their well-being during these cold and challenging winter days
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  • Bulletin Board Newsletter
    Fall 2014
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