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Headlines & Features

  • Middle School Students Win Fire Safety Poster Contest

    Four students at the middle schoolwere announced as the winners of the annual Fire Safety Poster Contest sponsored by the Hicksville Fire Department. Ashley Kumar, Danish Syed, Michael Schmatz and Kristi Britton worked with art teachers Renee Ryan and Caryn Gottlieb to design.....

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  • Veteran Visits Lee Avenue

    Following their observance of Veterans Day, fourth-grade students at Lee Avenue returned to their classrooms and received a visit from Sgt. Marvin K. Middleton. Middleton retired last year after serving in the military for more than 30 years. He spoke to students about his experiences, which began with the United States Marine Corps.

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  • Scarecrows Stand Against Hunger at Dutch Lane

    In addition to contributing to a Thanksgiving food drive, children and teachers at Dutch Lane constructed scarecrows as part of its first-annual Scare Away Hunger project.

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  • Lending Hands and Taking Stands Against Bullying

    To supplement their lessons in health class, students at the middle school participated in an anti-bullying project. As part of the project, which was organized by health teacher Anthony Tussie, students pledged to take a stand against bullying by signing their names on paper cutouts of their hands.

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  • District Serves Up Special Treat for Senior Citizens

    The district honored the community’s senior citizens on Nov. 6 with an entire afternoon of food and entertainment during its 23rd annual Fall Luncheon for Senior Citizens. The luncheon, which was held at the high school, featured performances of the district’s marching band, string ensemble, Madrigal singers and theatre students. The program was held in one of the school’s gymnasiums, which had been decorated by the school’s art department to resemble a grand ballroom.

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  • MS Student Recognized as Math Scholar

    Sejal Gupta, a seventh-grader at the middle school, has been named a Long Island Young Mathematics Scholar by the Institute of Creative Problem Solving for Gifted and Talented Students at SUNY College at Old Westbury. Gupta, who qualified for the honor based on nomination, school transcript,

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