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Farmingdale Observer - Schools

Farmingdale High School Students Sing

Thursday, 09 January 2014 00:00

Farmingdale High School students, under the direction of chorus teacher, Jonathan Bley, recently sang holiday songs for the people at the Long Island Jewish Schneider Children’s Hospital and the Daleview Nursing Home to raise the spirits of all. The trip was a success for residents and students alike.

 

— Submitted by Rita Padden

 

Richard Vogel Named Dean of Business School

Thursday, 02 January 2014 00:00

President W. Hubert Keen recently announced the appointment of Dr. Richard Vogel to the position of Dean of the School of Business at Farmingdale State College.  Previously, Dr. Vogel was the acting Dean of the School of Business. “With this appointment, we formalize the excellent job that Dr. Vogel was already doing,” said Dr. Keen.  “Dr. Vogel’s  research and teaching qualities will continue to be an asset to Farmingdale.”   

 

Before his position in the School of Business, Dr. Vogel was chair of the Department of History, Economics and Politics. His specialties within the field of Economics are: the economics of natural disasters; regional economic growth; and economics education.  He is the current Treasurer of the Academy of Economics and finance, an academic association of approximately 350 faculty members, and the Past President of the New York State Economics Association.  This past year, Dr. Vogel was the recipient of the AEF Service

Fellow award, and he is slated to receive the AEF Teaching Fellow award in February 2014.  

 

Big Kids Help Lil’ Kids at Northside Elementary

Thursday, 02 January 2014 00:00

To celebrate the holiday, Big Friends in Mrs. Vahling’s third grade class and Little Friends in Mrs. Knudsen’s kindergarten class decorated gingerbread houses with frosting and candy.  The Big Friends helped their Little Friends with the task. The culmination of the

cooperative activities was a Gingerbread Scavenger Hunt that took the children into the principal’s office.

 

This is just one of the many planned experiences that Big Friends/Little Friends do throughout the school year. These experiences enable the older students to feel empowered by helping others and also provide Little Friends with great role models. No one ever said that learning can’t be fun.

 

— Submitted By Mrs. Vahling and Mrs. Knudsen


 

Farmingdale Schools Jingle All Week Long

Written by Daniel Offner Thursday, 26 December 2013 00:00

To better get into the spirit of the holiday season, students in the Farmingdale School District celebrated with a week-long series of winter performances from the various bands, orchestras, and choral groups throughout the six schools in the district. 

Kicking things off, the students in the Northside Elementary School’s junior chorus and orchestra wowed the crowd of students and parents with their performance on Monday, Dec. 16. 

 

Saltzman East Memorial Celebrate Tree Lighting

Thursday, 19 December 2013 00:00

The Farmingdale School District’s Saltzman East Memorial Elementary School student chorus recently celebrated the holiday season, with a performance at the Village of Farmingdale Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony.

 

The chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Drewes, sang several renditions of holiday-themed songs. Prior to their performance, the students  learned the cultural significance of the songs they performed. 

 

— Submitted by the Farmingdale Union Free School District


 

Howitt Middle School Names New Members To National Junior Honor Society

Thursday, 12 December 2013 00:00

Farmingdale School District’s Howitt Middle School recently inducted more than 100 eighth grade students into the prestigious ‘National Junior Honor Society,’ recognizing their outstanding academic achievement. Eligible students are required to have at least a 92 percent grade point average by the fourth marking period of their seventh grade year. The middle school’s faculty council nominates and selects the students who display excellent academic and leadership skills to be inducted into the Howitt chapter.

 

— Submitted By Peter Guaraldi


 

Albany Ave. Uses Math Modules to Develop Critical Thinking Skills

Thursday, 12 December 2013 00:00

The Farmingdale School District’s Albany Avenue Elementary School recently educated its fifth grade students by using mathematics modules to help them make a math statement true, develop problem solving and critical thinking skills.

Students in Mrs. Camera’s math class learned different methodologies of applying events in their daily lives to solve critical math problems.

 

— Submitted By Peter Guaraldi


 

High School Vendor Fair

Thursday, 05 December 2013 00:00

Farmingdale High School students helped out during the school’s second annual vendor fair on Nov. 16. 43 vendors were in attendance, offering a large variety of items for sale. All of the proceeds earned during the school’s week-long fair will go towards the Farmingdale High School scholarship fund.  Thank you to the community for their support.


 

Woodward Elementary’s “Giving Tree” Provides Turkey, Canned Goods to Families in Need

Thursday, 28 November 2013 00:00

After reading the popular children’s book, The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein, students from the Farmingdale School District’s Woodward Parkway Elementary School were inspired to make a difference in their local community for the Thanksgiving holiday.  Each student recently brought in at least one non-perishable item to school in an effort to feed as many families as possible.

 

Students will help their teachers pack the hundreds of canned goods into boxes that will be donated to a local food pantry as well as 39 turkeys that were donated from a local Stop & Shop grocery store.  The students will also re-read The Giving Tree and review the concepts that they learned from the book, including giving, friendship and kindness and how they incorporate them into their own lives. 


 

Howitt Middle Schoolers Learn Puritan Culture Through Re-enactment

Thursday, 28 November 2013 00:00

Farmingdale School District’s Howitt Middle School social studies and English students recently learned about Puritan culture by participating in a re-enactment of the Puritan court. Students researched and acted out the roles of magistrates, witnesses and defendants, and also presented testimonies, passed judgments and acted out punishments. The activity provided students with a unique interactive experience, while also learning about the lives of the people in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in the 1650’s.   

 

—Submitted by Peter Guaraldi


 

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