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Farmingdale Observer - Schools

Farmingdale Names Two Valedictorians In The Class of 2014

Thursday, 05 June 2014 12:02

The Farmingdale School District is proud to announce that Leah Ragno and Elijah Mas have been named Farmingdale High School’s Class of 2014 Valedictorians. Leah and Elijah earned a grade point average higher than 105 during their four-year academic careers at Farmingdale High School.

“Leah is an excellent student, extremely self-motivated and is a tremendous role model for our entire student body,” said Glen Zakian, Farmingdale High School Principal. “Not only has she devoted her time to academics, but has been an outstanding presence in our school community and in the greater Farmingdale community.”

 

Farmingdale High School Announces Class of 2014 Salutatorian

Thursday, 05 June 2014 11:06

The Farmingdale School District is proud to announce that Minhal Ahmed has been named Farmingdale High School’s Class of 2014 Salutatorian. Minhal earned a 104.858 grade point average during his four-year academic career at Farmingdale High School.

“We are extremely proud of Minhal as he strives to learn both in and out of the classroom,” said Jill Greeney, Farmingdale High School Guidance Counselor. “Minhal is extremely humble and is respected and admired by his peers. He is very deserving of this honor and we expect to hear great things of him in his future.”

 

Farmingdale Receives Music Education Award

Thursday, 29 May 2014 00:00

The Best Communities for Music Education award acknowledges school districts all throughout the U.S. for their commitment to music education. Each fall, districts can choose to answer an extensive survey which is then analyzed. Based on the results, the awards are announced in the spring. 

 

“Parents and community members often comment about the outstanding music program Farmingdale offers,” said Farmingdale’s Fine Arts Director Rita Zirpolo Padden. “It is wonderful to get this validation from nationally recognized music educators and researchers.”

 

A Student’s Perspective

Written by Rebekah Sherry Thursday, 15 May 2014 09:11

During these final months of the school year, death is the furthest thing from a high school student’s mind. We are too busy being excited for summer and the end of another school year to worry about something so far away and foreign as death. 

 

“Death is for the old and sickly; not for us, we can’t die, there’s too much for us to do, to experience, to see.” 

 

If we read the front page of a newspaper we might see a story about a teen or two tragically dead before their time, but they’re so far away, “that’s not us, that could never be us.” 

 

Howitt Middle School 6th Graders Enhance Critical Thinking Skills with Chess

Thursday, 15 May 2014 09:09

More than 30 Howitt Middle School students in the Farmingdale School District recently joined the school’s chess club.  The program is designed to enhance the students’ critical thinking and problem solving skills by introducing them to the game of chess.  

 

Under the guidance of club advisor Matt Szabo, the students participate in various chess matches after school and during their lunch period.  Mr. Szabo is an experienced chess player, and offers the sixth graders various tips on how to improve and enhance their game. 

 

— Submitted by the Farmingdale School District


 

Farmingdale High School Students Raise Awareness of Cyberbullying

Thursday, 15 May 2014 09:08

Students from Farmingdale High School and the Farmingdale School District’s Howitt Middle School drecently created an anti-cyberbullying awareness program to teach their peers about internet safety and the vices of bullying.  The students were inspired by a previous cyberbullying presentation made by Nassau County Police Officer Sharon Galvin. 

 

The student groups created informational posters, flyers and messages to teach their classmates about internet safety.  In addition, the students held a bake sale to raise funds for the Long Island Crisis Center.  To date, the students have raised a total of nearly $400.

 

—Submitted by the Farmingdale School District


 

Farmingdale High School Goes Green

Written by Rebeckah Sherry Thursday, 08 May 2014 00:00

In an effort to spread awareness about the environment, Farmingdale High School’s Go Green Club celebrated Earth Day on April 27, with a day of food and fun for family and friends. Vendors, kites, and even a live band filled the Farmingdale Village Green with commotion. 

 

Under the guidance of Mr. and Mrs. Kramer, Farmingdale’s Go Green Club advisors, the Earth Day festivities were a huge success. 

 

Farmingdale Inducts Alumni Into Wall Of Fame

Thursday, 08 May 2014 00:00

The Farmingdale School District and Farmingdale High School Wall of Fame Committee honored distinguished and talented Farmingdale High School alumni during its 2014 Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Monday, April 28 at the high school’s Thomas W. Guilford Lecture Hall. 

 

The 2014 Wall of Fame inductees are: 

 

Northsiders Rock At Annual Talent Show

Thursday, 01 May 2014 00:00

Northside Elementary School’s dancers, singers, comedians and musicians rocked the stage at Howitt Middle School on April 25 for their twenty-first annual “Party Rock” Talent Show.

 

The Talent Show is one of the many events provided by the Northside PTA. Chairperson Dina Viskoc, along with her co-chair Melissa Knudzen coordinated an amazing show. 33 talented acts consisting of over 100 students performed and charmed the audience with their remarkable talents. 

 

Parent volunteers including Mary Mascioli assisted the children on stage smoothly and safely, while backstage Northside’s former students Stephanie Viskoc, Melissa Viskoc, Leanna Costello and Nicolette Mascioli came to lend their help as stagehands for the show and during rehearsals.

 

Farmingdalers Honored At SCOPE Ceremony

Thursday, 01 May 2014 00:00

Farmingdale School District Transportation Supervisor Joe Williams and Director of Information Services Kathy Hart were honored at the 13th Annual SCOPE School District Awards Ceremony in Holbrook—where they were presented with awards for their service with the district’s SCOPE program. 

 

The winning recipients have collectively served the district for more than 45 years.

 

“We are incredibly proud of, both, Joe and Kathy for their outstanding accomplishments and the distinct leadership they have brought to our district,” said Farmingdale School District Superintendent John Lorentz, who also serves as president on the SCOPE Board of Directors. 

 

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