About 140 Connetquot school district campers, coaches and counselors took part in the 2018 All-Sports Camp experience held from July 9-Aug. 3 at both Edward J. Bosti and Edith L. Slocum elementary schools. At Bosti, physical education teachers Michael Konsevich and Michael Oldis put together a
Merrimac Elementary School students in the Sachem Central School District recently proved trivia savvy during an interactive game, The Brain Show, which challenged participants across grade levels on a variety of curriculum concepts. Utilizing three buzzer podiums, student teams faced off as the show’s host asked questions covering a multitude of topics, including art,
Boy Scout Troop 95 from West Islip recently spent a week outdoors at Resica Falls Scout Reservation Camp in East Stroudsburg, PA. The boys worked hard and took various merit badge courses. They had a great experience and demonstrated their pride for scouting.
For the upcoming school year, the Harborfields Central School District has brought on four new district administrators — Ms. Allison Joyce, Harborfields High School assistant principal; Ms. Maureen Raynor, executive director for human resources and instructional services; Ms. Rose Scammell, special education chairperson; and Dr. Robyn Tsoikos, assistant director for pupil
The North Bellmore School District’s Teacher Center has been full of activity and excitement this summer as teachers have been learning innovative ways to increase student engagement in the 2018-19 school year and beyond. Dozens of educators from the five elementary schools have participated in workshops on literacy, math and teaching strategies. Courses, led by […]
In an effort to give back to their community and collaborate amongst one another, several incoming sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade students from James Wilson Young Middle School recently visited Blue Point’s Corey Beach to rid the surrounding area of various forms of litter. With assistance from special education teacher Andrew Peshkur, students donned latex gloves […]
The C.A.M.P. (Character, Education, Mindset, Preparedness) program at Smithtown Central School District gives middle school students the opportunity to work on academics as well as their own social-emotional needs during the summer months. Housed at Accompsett Middle School in July, students in grades 7-9 focus on positive actions including self-care and the science