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Juneteenth Jubilee: A Celebration of Freedom

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Malverne pride and the spirit of freedom was in the air as our community joined together for our fourth annual Juneteenth Jubilee on June 14!!!

We are so proud of all our students from throughout the district who participated in the celebration and helped share the Juneteenth story through art, music and dance.

Thank you to the Malverne community for coming out to celebrate with us.

Congratulations to everyone who worked so hard to organize this special event and to all the food and craft vendors who brought beautiful items and delicious food for our attendees to enjoy.

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Date Added: 6/17/2024

Select Choir Celebrates Sweep

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On June 1, the Malverne High School Select Choir traveled to Busch Garden in Williamsburg, VA to compete in the Music in the Parks Festival and the students did not come home empty handed. In fact, they were awarded first place in every eligible category and earned rave reviews from the judges!

Directed by Choral Director Mr. Ken Zagare and conducted by student conductors Michael Lawless and Kaiden Ulysse, our students sang “By Night” by Elaine Hagenberg and “Daniel in the Lion Den” By Caldwell & Ivory. They were accompanied on violin by music teacher Mrs. Rachel Trevor-Faria.

Their stellar performance earned them first place choir in the high school division, first place choir overall in all divisions and Gabrielle Joseph took the Best Soloist award for her solo in “Daniel in the Lion Den.” The choir also was presented with the Espirit de Corps Award, which recognizes an organization that displays an exemplary attitude of positive support and outstanding personal behavior throughout the festival weekend.

During the awards ceremony, the judges openly expressed their awe and admiration for the choir members and their talents with comments including “I had never heard of Malverne, but I have now, and I am a fan and won’t forget!” and “This choral program is a jewel to your district.”

The district is proud to recognize the Select Choir students who are so deserving of these honors and serve as musical ambassadors for our incredible music program. We are also grateful to our outstanding music educators who are dedicated to bringing out the best in our students.

Date Added: 6/12/2024

MHS Legacy Student Inductees Honored

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The district is proud to congratulate the Class of 2024 students who were honored at the second annual Malverne High School Legacy Dinner on May 28.

Alvin Ally
Jordan Blue
Ethan Brown
Skye Clarke
Alexa Duhaney
Gabriela Franco
Kazuri Harris
Ryan Hayes
Gabrielle Joseph
Peter Krapf
Sekani Spence
Hugh Wilkinson

In addition, we are proud to recognize each of the educators who were selected by the students to join them at the dinner. These teachers each played a pivotal role in the lives of these students and set them on the path for a successful future.

Date Added: 5/30/2024

Malverne UFSD UPK

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Malverne UFSD is proud to partner with Tutor Time of East Rockaway for a free UPK program that is preparing our four-year-old children for kindergarten with a thoughtful and creative curriculum that focuses on all aspects of a child’s development.

The program, which is led by certified teachers, emphasizes using play for learning and introduces students to the basics of letters, numbers, colors and phonemic awareness. Our students have fun while developing large and fine motor skills and learning essential social values and practices, including sharing, respect and teamwork.

Date Added: 4/11/2024


STEM Night Inspires Future Science Scholars

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On March 25, Malverne K-12 students and their families were invited to the high school for an evening of hands-on science, math and engineering activities designed to inspire an interest in STEM learning. STEM is a teaching approach that combines science, technology, engineering and math to help students develop creative design, problem solving and critical thinking skills.

The event offered the opportunity for students of all ages to engage in chemistry, biology and physical science experiments, as well as math games and science-themed crafts. Students were also able to explore robotics, float across the gym on a student-made hovercraft and enjoy ice cream made on-site using liquid nitrogen.

The district is grateful to the educators who organized and staffed this annual event, and the high school students who volunteered their time to help facilitate the activities and share their knowledge and experience with the younger students.

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Date Added: 3/29/2024

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