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Farmingdale Observer - Schools

Local Student Honored In Gallery Show

Written by Farmingdale Observer Editorial Staff Thursday, 27 February 2014 00:00

Meghan Paola of Bethpage High School recently received the Go APE Award from the Art League of Long Island.

 

Paola’s soft pastel work, “Untitled, was honored as one of the top 14 works in the Art League’s Advanced Placement Student Exhibition. Now in its seventh year, the program celebrates exceptional artwork of AP art students in Long Island high schools, as selected by their teachers. 

 

Farmingdale Schools Lobby Albany

Written by Farmingdale Observer Editorial Staff Thursday, 20 February 2014 00:00

The Farmingdale School District’s Legislative Action Committee recently traveled to Albany to present the district’s legislative proposals for the 2014-2015 school year, which include a request for more state aid. Based on the preliminary state budget figures, the Farmingdale School District will receive $746,419 more than last year—an increase of 2.74 percent. However, school officials say it isn’t enough.

 

Northside Family Literacy Night

Thursday, 20 February 2014 00:00

The students from Northside Elementary School celebrated family literacy at the Farmingdale Public Library on Monday, February 10, 2014. Students enjoyed listening to stories read by Children’s Librarian Elena Jannello, as well as winning prizes for answering literature trivia questions from their teachers.

 

To find out what other great events are happening at the library, visit our website at www.farmingdalelibrary.org.

 

— Submitted by the FarmingdalePublic Library 


 

All-District Chorus Concert

Thursday, 13 February 2014 00:00

Over 400 students in the Farmingdale School District packed the high school auditorium for the All-District Chorus Concert on Feb. 6, which included the Elementary Chorus, the Middle School Chorus, High School Vocal Jazz, High School Women Chorus, and the High School Mixed Chorus. And at the end of the show, all of the students filled the stage for their final peformance of the evening.    Photos by Adil Borluca

 

Woodward Students Join The Circus

Written by Farmingdale Observer Editorial Staff Thursday, 13 February 2014 00:00

Instead of their usual gym period, Woodward Parkway Elementary Students in grades K-5 were recently treated to a week of fun circus-themed lessons targeted at enhancing motor skills and concentration.

 

For the whole week, acrobatic artists Liam and Little Lou from the National Circus Project worked with students, showing them how to spin plates, balance sticks, juggle yo-yos, and walk on stilts. 

 

According to Assistant Principal Jennifer DeHayes, the acrobatic artists also helped put on an interactive workshop on Friday evening, at which fourth-grade students were give a chance to show parents what they had learned. 

 

Northside Region Reflections Art Contest

Thursday, 06 February 2014 00:00

Two out of 12 Farmingdale students, entered in the Region Reflections Art Contest, are moving onto compete at the New York State level. If selected, the students will then advance to the National judging round. We are very proud of all our participants and super excited for those advancing to the next round. 

 

Dalers Perform In All-County Festival

Written by The Farmingdale Observer Staff Thursday, 30 January 2014 00:00

Students from all over Nassau County were selected to perform at this year’s All-County Music Festival, which took place throughout the month of January, at the Tilles Center in Brookville.  This year a record number of Farmingdale students were chosen in different categories, including band, orchestra, chorus, and jazz band. In total 103 Dalers were honored. 

 

In addition, several of the students were honored individually. In division II, Devika Arora and Kelly Bergersen performed as vocal soloists; and in the jazz band category, Miles Malanowski played lead trumpet, Cooper Malanowski played lead trombone, and Connor Fawcett played guitar. All three  also performed solo. 

 

Howitt Middle School Participates In ‘College Week’

Thursday, 30 January 2014 00:00

Seventh and eighth grade students enrolled in the Farmingdale School District’s Howitt Middle School recently participated in an interactive ‘College Week’ program. Students participated in a variety of college-themed activities, including a college fair, where representatives from different schools came to talk about the opportunities they offer. Students participated in question and answer sessions, homeroom challenges, spirit-related activities and more.   

 

The students were also encouraged to ask their teachers about their alma maters, college experiences and the courses they enrolled in when they attended school.

 

— Submitted by the FarmingdaleSchool District


 

Northsiders Celebrate A Day Of Clay

Thursday, 23 January 2014 00:00

On Jan. 10, the Northside PTA sponsored a cultural arts event for all the fourth grade students, entitled “A Day in Clay” with artist Cliff Mendelson. As an accomplished artist and teacher, he provided an appreciation for the art of clay through demonstration, hands-on projects and discussion on aspects of culture and art history. 

 

Woodward Students Participate In Iroquois Literary Activity

Thursday, 16 January 2014 00:00

Farmingdale School District’s Woodward Parkway Elementary School fourth grade students recently participated in an activity that combined English-language arts and social studies skills. The students learned about the Iroquois Tribe and facts pertaining to their culture, beliefs, family life, symbols, traditions and appreciation for the natural world. Students read the non-fiction text book, The Iroquois by Mary Englar, to compare the content of and facts pertaining to the story, Eagle Song by Joseph Bruchac. 

 

— Submitted by the Farmingdale Union-Free School District


 

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