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    Due to the inclement weather forecast which includes heavy rain and lightning, Hicksville High School Graduation will be held inside the gymnasium and auditorium. Attendance at indoor graduation will be limited to 2 ticket holders only. Only ORANGE tickets will be permitted into the graduation ceremony. Due to limited capacity in the gymnasium, additional seating with a live video feed will be available in the auditorium located near the front entrance of the high school. This seating will be on a first come, first served basis. Please note that entry to the gymnasium is at the rear of the building. Once capacity is reached in the main gym, where the ceremony takes place, all others will be directed to the auditorium where a live video feed of the event will be transmitted. AT NO TIME WILL ADMISSION TO THE GRADUATION CEREMONY BE OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. ONLY FAMILY MEMBERS, WITH ORANGE TICKETS WILL BE PERMITTED TO ENTER THE BUILDING.

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  • Math Olympiads

    The sixth grade Hicksville Middle School Math Olympiad Team competed at the Nassau County Association of Math Supervisors Nassau County Math Tournament hosted by SUNY Old Westbury.

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  • Commemoration of Memorial Day

    Hicksville Middle School Student Council members and their advisors, Ms. Fitzgerald and Ms. Presti, decorated the front of the middle school in commemoration of Memorial Day and in recognition of the men and women who have served in our armed services and who continue to serve.

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  • Talent for Troops

    The high school’s student government presented the third annual Talent for the Troops fundraiser to benefit wounded veterans, and raised more than $14,000.

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  • 2017-2018 School Budget Passes

    Thank you to the Hicksville Community for supporting the School Budget and all Propositions. Click the headline for complete results.

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  • Kiwanis Youth Awards

    Sunday, April 30th marked the 55th Anniversary of the Kiwanis Youth Awards. This recognition began as a response to the President Kennedy’s Physical Fitness Initiative and then was expanded to include academic improvement, as well. At this year’s brunch the Kiwanis Club of Hicksville recognized 8th graders from Hicksville Middle School, Holy Family School and Our Lady of Mercy School. Selected by their respective teachers and administrators, these children were the most improved in either academic subject(s) or physical fitness.

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  • A Beautiful Rendition

    The middle school’s Drama Club performed its remarkable rendition of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast Jr.” to the community March 23-25.

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  • Students and Staff Honor Senior Citizens

    The district celebrated the community’s senior citizens during the 25th annual Spring Senior Citizen Luncheon held at the high school.

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  • Fundraising for Food

    The middle school’s Student Council, under the direction of advisers Janice Fitzgerald and Jennifer Presti, presented a representative of Long Island food bank Island Harvest with a check for $500.00.

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  • Students Support Service

    The high school’s Muslim Cultural Association (MCA) raised $1,147 for volunteer organization White Helmets, which operates in parts of Syria.

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