Homecoming Fair and Aquatic Center Tour

Homecoming Fair and Aquatic Center Tour
Posted on 10/19/2021

On October 9th, Hicksville Public Schools was excited for the return of the much-anticipated Homecoming Fall Fair. Student, parents and community members of all ages enjoyed the annual, celebratory event held on the back fields of Hicksville High School. The homecoming fair was sponsored by the Hicksville PTA organizations, and all proceeds go towards PTA scholarships for graduating seniors. The fair hosted various groups that offered booths with games and activities from face painting, ring tosses, car races, jewelry making, bounce houses, basket raffles are so much more. The Hicksville Public School PTA organizations, student clubs, student governments, and booster clubs sponsored booths for students to partake.

 New this year was a tour of the new Hicksville Aquatic Center located at Hicksville High School. Community members and families were able to pass through the Aquatic Center to see the competition certified 25–yard, 6 lane, heated lap pool with diving Board. The pool follows USA Swimming requirements. The new building size is 17,952
square feet with corridors and vestibules connecting to the existing high school building. The Aquatic Center includes the new swimming pool, adjoining male and female locker rooms with showers and toilet facilities, coaches’ offices, concession stand, and bleachers for viewing meets.

Hicksville Public Schools is proud to offer a new home to the Hicksville Swim Teams. Currently, the Hicksville High School Girls’ Varsity Swim Team and the newly created Hicksville Middle School Girls’ Swim Team practices and competes in the Aquatic Center during the fall sports’ season. This winter, the Hicksville Public Schools’ Boys’ Varsity and Middle School Swim Teams will practice and compete in the Aquatic Center. Pending Board of Education approval, more information will follow regarding community use of the Aquatic Center.

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The Aquatic Center’s competition certified 25–yard, 6 lane, heated lap pool during Girls’ Varsity Swim Team practice.

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The Hicksville Public Schools’ Girls’ Varsity Swim Team

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Board of Education President, Phil Heckler and Administrator for Public and Community Information, Alison Bruno were paid a visit from Nassau County Legislator of the 16th District, Arnold Drucker during the Hicksville Public School’s annual Homecoming Fair and Aquatic Center tour.

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Students, parents, community members and staff enjoyed the Homecoming Fair.

Fair and Aquatic Center

The Fork Lane PTA hosted a ring toss game for students to play at the fair.