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  • Dr. K's Motown Review

    On Friday April 15, Hicksville High School hosted a performance by Dr. K’s Motown Review. The eleven piece ensemble led by Hicksville High School Alum, bassist Paul Korman, mingled the events of the 19060s-70s America with stories of Hicksville High School. The near capacity crowd was dancing in the aisles to hit songs as if they were on American Bandstand. High School music teacher Ms. Noll and her string ensemble students joined the band for two songs. Another Hicksville Alum Tommy Sullivan, of 1960s band Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge opened the show with an upbeat set that concluded with a rousing rendition of God Bless the U.S.A... All the veterans in the audience were invited on stage to thunderous applause. Thank you to the Hicksville Alumni Association for their initiation of this great event. (Click here for the full story)

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  • Ecology Club Presentation

    On Wednesday, April 13, the Ecology Club hosted Sue Watins, a representative from the Sierra Club. (Click for full story)

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  • Standout Art Teacher Honored

    High School art department coordinator and art teacher Beth Atkinson has been named a Distinguished Teacher of 2016 by the Harvard Club of Long Island. Atkinson is one of just 14 teachers across Long Island’s 150 public school districts and private schools to earn the prestigious distinction. (Click for full story)

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  • Medical Marvels

    On March 11, 2016, six Hicksville High School students competed in the Medical Marvels Research Competition (Click for Full Story)

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  • Wellness Fair 2016

    Wellness Fair 2016 On Saturday March 5, 2016 Hicksville Public Schools hosted its sixth Wellness Fair. (Click for the full story)

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  • Poetry Outloud Update

    Freshman, Katherine Jergensen and sophomore, Steven Rodriguez participated in the regional finals of Poetry Out Loud that were held at Nassau Community College. (Click for full story)

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  • Senior Celebrity Afternoon

    On Monday, February 29th, the senior class had their annual Senior Celebrity afternoon. (Click here for full story)

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  • Congratulations to a Hicksville Artist!

    Talented Hicksville High School artist, Kristen Van Aken has won an Award of Excellence in the AP exhibition

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  • Mock Trial Second Round Competetion

    The Mock Trial team tried the case New York State v. Kelly Roberts this year. It was a unique twist to previous years because it wasn't a trial, but instead a suppression hearing. (Click for Full Story)

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  • Athletes Flex their Excellence

    Five exceptional student-athletes within the district have earned places in their respective New York state championship tournaments. (Click Here for Story)

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  • Mock Trial Team Competes

    The Mock trial club will be competing in the NYSBA Mock Trial competition which will take place in February.

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  • Helping Hands Mitten Drive

    The Helping Hands club held a mitten and glove drive to help warm the hands of visitors to the INN- Interfaith Nutrition Network and also made holiday cards that were delivered to nursing home residents

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  • National Art Honor Society Spreads Holiday Cheer

    Members of the National Art Honor Society helped bring a smile to the community in December, by painting the windows of McDonalds in Hicksville with festive holiday scenes.

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  • Poetry Out Loud

    Seventeen Hicksville High School students participated in the annual Poetry Out Loud competition in the Kristoff Theater. The students were required to memorize two poems and recite them. (Click here for full story)

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  • Important Math Regents Update

    The New York State Department of Education has informed school districts that additional Integrated Algebra Regents(2005 Learning Standards) exams have been scheduled for February 25 and June 1, 2016. Please note that this exam is NOT open to students who began learning algebra under the Common Core curriculum. All Regents Exams dates and time have been updated on the district calendar including the Common Core Algebra 2 Regents exam. Students should check in with their math teacher for more information.

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