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Black History Month Celebration

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In the spirit of tradition and pride, the Malverne High School Black Studies Club presented their annual Black History Month Celebration at MPAC on Feb. 15.

This student-run event was filled with inspirational songs, step-dancing, music and poetry that spread joy and inspired us think about past struggles, future challenges and reinforced our belief that with the support of our community anything is possible.

One of many highlights was the keynote speech by Fayola L. Charlet, Esq., who currently serves as Nassau County Senior Assistant District Attorney and leads the Office of Community Affairs. Ms. Charlet reminded us that we are on a journey and while we may encounter detours, we must never lose sight of our purpose, humility and determination.

Thank you to everyone who attended this extraordinary event and shared with us the messages, motivation and inspiration that was brought to life by our amazing students.

Congratulations to the students of the Black Studies Club, faculty and everyone who contributed their time, talent and voices to make this night one of the most memorable of the year and extolling the true meaning of #ExcellenceOnPurpose.

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Date Added: 2/20/2024

100 Days Smarter

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On Feb. 8, the hallways and classrooms at Downing looked more like a senior citizen center than an elementary school as the students celebrated their 100th day of school by dressing (and acting) as if they were 100 years old.

The kindergarten through second graders advanced over nine decades in a day as they arrived at class with grayed hair, rollers and facial hair and dressed in classic fashion with hats, horn-rimmed glasses, pearls, suspenders and bowties. Many of our young old-timers walked hunched over with canes in hand and some were even equipped with first alert pendants, in case of emergency.

Our 100th Day of School celebration wasn’t all about dress up. The students showed they are “100 days smarter” by participating in various “100-themed” lessons and activities throughout the day, including math and counting, history and art.

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Date Added: 2/13/2024

Girls Policy Network

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MHS welcomed students from Uniondale HS for an ongoing Girls Policy Network collaboration focused on developing solutions for areas within their communities they hope to improve.

We were proud to have Legislator Siela A. Bynoe and a representative from the office of Assemblywoman Taylor Darling present to help facilitate the student workshop and provide guidance as the students prepare their presentations. Assemblywoman Darling, who couldn’t be with us in person due to meetings in Albany, took a break from her state business to meet the students live over Facetime.

The issues that the teams of students are tackling include road safety in our communities, student union initiatives and equality in sports and academics in our schools.

The students are looking forward to their next meeting in February where they will work with renowned author and speaker Monique Couvson and then for a trip to Washington DC in March for a Voices4Equity event.

Date Added: 1/30/2024

HTH “Anything Goes” Amazes!

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Congratulations to the staff, cast and crew of “Anything Goes” who brought new life and uproarious laughs to this classic musical comedy during three perfect performances on Friday and Saturday at the HTH Auditorium!

The students sang, danced and acted with perfection as the audiences sang along with the timeless Cole Porter tunes that will surely be stuck in their heads for days!

The crew handled the lights and sound perfectly and the stage design and costuming were world-class!

Enjoy these photos taken during an exclusive preview for Davison students that took place on Friday afternoon.

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Date Added: 1/22/2024

Congratulations AP Scholars

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The district welcomed our AP Scholars and National Scholars for a luncheon at the high school on July 24. The students were joined by members of the administration who recognized the level of focus and commitment required to achieve this status and congratulated them on their incredible accomplishments.

We are proud to congratulate all 56 of our AP scholars. We look forward to seeing many of them during the upcoming school year and wish the best of luck to our Class of 2023 scholars as they embark the next chapter of their lives.

Ucheomachi Alozie
Gabrielle Bernabe
Gerard Bernabe
*Timothy Bernabe
Bernard Jayden
Ganesh Bipat
Jordan Blue
Michael Brancato
Ethan Brown
Olivia Brown
Makayla Caesar
Raymond Cecere
Skye Clarke
Alexander Daly
James Daly
Alexa Duhaney
Olivier Durisile
Leslie Figueroa
Olivia Flynn
Gabriela Franco
Fabian Gonzalez
Tamara Goonetilleke
Jailyn Green
*Hanai Guaman
Raya Harrison
Ryan Hayes
Nadia Holt
Taylor Jenulis-Jackson
Gabrielle Joseph
Cynthia Kartick
*Emma Keller
Adam Khan
Zain Khan
Michael Lawless
Molly Matthaei
Brian McAleese
Edgar Medina Ramirez
Henry Morales
Selin Mutlu
Isabella Ramharakh
Sabrina Ramharakh
Farah Sadik
Jonathan Singh
Mahalia Singh
Jamila Smith
Claudenski Souvenance
Jabari Spence
Sekani Spence
*Lorelai Thrasher
Farvens Ulysse
Cyrus Villanueva
Jerico Villanueva
Amia Winfield
Stephen Wyss
Nicole Young

*National Scholar

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