If you have any interest in serving on one or more of the following Board Committees: Curriculum The Curriculum Committee meets monthly to review, evaluate, revise, and recommend new programs and new curricula to ensure all students are college and career ready upon high school graduation.
On Monday, August 18, 2014, the Hicksville School District Board of Education appointed Dr. Carl Bonuso Interim Superintendent of Schools effective Tuesday, August 19, 2014 through June 30, 2015. Dr. Bonuso previously served as Superintendent of Schools for the Wantagh School District and for the past two years as Interim Superintendent of Schools for the Sag Harbor School District.
The high school Class of 2014, the 100th graduating class in the District’s history, stepped out onto McCormack Field for the last time as students to applause and cheers from family and friends in the stands, and those school administrators and honored guests seated on stage.
The middle school Class of 2014 commencement exercise acknowledged and celebrated the many accomplishments of 435 eighth-grade students prepared to take on the rigors of high school in the fall. “I encourage you to take advantage of the wonderful opportunities that will present themselves in the next four years,” said Superintendent of Schools Maureen Bright in her address to the students. “Take a course of study that will help achieve your goals.”
Fifth grade RISE students enjoyed a special event recognizing their accomplishments and participation in the “The Human Rights Public Service Announcement Contest,” sponsored by NYSUT and the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights (RFK Center). Fifth grade RISE students in each elementary school worked together to select one of the rights identified in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and created a 60- to 90-second public service announcement that creatively discussed the Right and its importance. Congratulations to our contest winners from Burns, Dutch, East, Fork, Lee, and Old Country Road Schools! Click on the picture to view our public service announcements.
The 2014 Silver Anniversary and Retiree Reception celebrated two staff members who achieved 25 years of service along with seven who will retire at the end of the school year at an intimate gathering in the high school courtyard. “It is one of the wonderful traditions we have here in Hicksville to recognize our retirees and those with 25 years of dedicated service,” said Superintendent Maureen Bright.
y in a ceremony in late April. Hilsky was an active teacher, baseball coach and track coach in Hicksville Public Schools for 35 years, having recorded 240 baseball victories and being named coach of the year in 1994, a championship season for him and his team.
Senior citizens from the Hicksville community enjoyed music, dancing, food and retro-era ambience at the annual Senior Citizen Prom at the high school. Hosted by the high school’s student government and National Honor Society, the event allowed 75 seniors to kick back, mingle with old and new friends over lunch and enjoy the music they danced to in their youth. The students served at the buffet stations, sold raffle tickets and danced with the seniors. A DJ played music from a variety of genres including ragtime, swing, country and early rock ‘n’ roll.
The Middle School piano recital provided a platform for 23 talented students in grades six through eight to display their pianistic skills, with performances ranging from classics by Ludwig van Beethoven, Frédéric Chopin and J.S. Bach to more recent compositions from John Williams and British rock band Coldplay.
Parties should contact:
John O’Brien, District Clerk at email@example.com by no later than Friday, Sept. 5, 2014.
Committees currently meet once a month on Wednesday evenings.