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Summer Theatre Presents: Sister Act

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A free performance on August 12 at 8:00 PM. Click here for more information.

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Seal of Biliteracy Distinction

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The district is proud to announce that 11 student candidates were presented with the New York State Seal of Biliteracy. These students earned this distinction by acquiring enough credits in one or more languages.

Through the efforts of district Chair of Foreign Language and ENL Yvonne Daza and department staff, these students were prepared to earn college credit in a world language and met a series of rigorous demands in all four language modalities. This includes speaking/listening, reading and writing, both in English, as well as Spanish or Italian.

Congratulations to the following students who earned this distinction (pictured, L-R): Omari Vilme – Spanish; Santiago Ruiz – Spanish; Dahianara Rijo Pache – Spanish; Alexander Pardo – Spanish; Selvin Veles – Spanish; David Atiencia – Spanish; Kendra Chinchilla – Italian; Carlos Figueroa – Italian; Martin Barron – Italian; Joshua Ventura – Italian; and Naiya McKenzie – Spanish.

Date Added: 7/7/2022

MWD Raises $8,000 For Charity

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Members of the Student Council at MWD Primary have raised $8,080 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities New York Metro. Throughout the last several months, the students participated in a variety of fundraising activities to support their efforts. In June, the students hosted a cornhole tournament; in May, they held a coin challenge; in April, they participated in a canvas painting art class; and in February, they turned crayons into heart molds and sold them to raise money. Club advisers Jenn Eisenberg and Katie Smyth said they teach students the importance of getting involved in their community to help others. Through the club, the students also learn that one person can make a big difference by little acts of kindness. Club representatives presented the check for $8,080 to Matthew Campo, CEO of Ronald McDonald Charities New York Metro on June 16. The entire student council would like to thank their teachers, staff, families, and classmates for supporting their fundraising efforts this year.

Date Added: 7/5/2022

Congratulations Class of 2022!

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Congratulations Graduates and Academic Leaders of the Class of 2022. The district wishes you the very best in all of your future endeavors.

Added On: 6/25/22

Our HTH Graduates

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Congratulations to our eighth-grade students moving-up to Malverne High School this fall!

Date Added: 6/24/2022