Headlines & Features

  • Hicksville High School’s Honor Societies Welcome Inductees

    With faculty members and parents in attendance, Hicksville High School’s standout students were celebrated with a special honor society induction ceremony. More than 170 of the district’s best and brightest were inducted to the English, Math, Science and Social Studies Honor Societies, with several students being given more than one honor.

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  • Students Honored for Excellence in Art

    The Long Island Arts Alliance recently recognized high school art students Sebastian Niculescu and Olivia Funk. Niculescu is one of only 20 students on Long Island to receive the Scholar-Artist distinction from the LIAA.

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  • Monsters Invade High School for Safe Halloween

    During the week of Halloween, the high school transformed its entire first floor into a spectacular display featuring spooky haunts and fall festivities. Safe Halloween was held for the first time and was open for all students to attend. Parents brought their children, who were dressed in costumes, for a stroll through the school’s haunted hallways, as classrooms featured Halloween-themed activities for visitors to enjoy.

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  • Students Thank Board of Education

    In honor of Board of Education Recognition Month, district students honored the board of education at its October meeting. Middle school and high school students acknowledged the hard work and dedication of the Board of Education by making speeches that expressed appreciation.

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  • East Street Students Learn Anti-bullying Lessons

    Scott Starkey, a fifth-grade teacher at East Street Elementary School, recently hosted a special lesson about anti-bullying. Starkey, who has authored three books on anti-bullying, spoke to students about ways to overcome bullying and the importance of being considerate and compassionate. Students participated in a text-analysis of one of the books and in role-playing activities.

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  • Dutch Lane Children Plant Kinder-garden

    With their parents by their side, kindergartners at Dutch Lane Elementary School rang in the first annual kinder-garden planting ceremony. To signify the seeds of success planting, each child in the class of 2027 planted a tulip bulb in the garden alongside the school.

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