The Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District John F. Kennedy High School Moot Court Club recently won first place at the Nassau County Bar Association Tournament. The students competed against 47 public and private high schools throughout Nassau County, and will compete in the state wide competition on May 18-20, 2014 in Albany.
A team of seven seventh- and eighth-grade female students from the Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School recently qualified to compete in the Odyssey of the Mind 2014 World Finals. The team won first place in the Long Island finals for acting out the problem, “The Not so Haunted House.”
Four Plainview-Old Bethpage School District’s John F. Kennedy student-musicians were recently accepted into the New York State Summer School of the Arts (NYSSSA) program based on their exceptional talent and musical accomplishments.
As part of the NYSSSA program, the students will study and enhance their skills from members of the Philadelphia Orchestra.
The District congratulates the following students for earning this tremendous honor: Crystal Kim, cello; Matthew Leo, percussion; Jessica Herman, violin; and Max Naftol, bass instrument.
A local Plainview student wowed officials and won first place at the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair recently.
Hannah Stewart was honored for her research efforts on the Lyme disease tick at Hofstra University with the university’s biology department chairman, Dr. Russell Burke. The research-based project, “Host Preferences of Wild Northern and Southern Lxodes Scapularis,” delves deep into the the complicated world of disease and the human response.
Stewart now advances to compete in the International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles, California, set for Hannah will advance to compete in the International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles, California in May.
More than 130 John F. Kennedy High School business and marketing students recently competed in the New York State DECA competition in Rochester. DECA is an international educational program that prepares students to be leaders and entrepreneurs in the marketing, finance, hospitality and managements fields.
A team of seventh and eighth grade students from the Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School recently won first place in the Odyssey of the Mind regional competition held in Wantagh. The students were assigned to create a problem replicating an adventure in a haunted forest. The problem solving-based international competition encourages students to enhance their creativity, critical thinking and artistic abilities.
Following their win, the team of seven girls qualified to represent the Long Island region in the state competition in Binghamton, NY.
The District congratulates the following team members for their outstanding achievement: Briana Garil, Melanie Roth, Vidushi Dugar, Jenna Turini, Sydney Schmidt, Sam Coleman, and Gabrielle Calderon.
John F. Kennedy High School Mathlete Team students Alma Wang and Mustafa Ansari recently qualified for the Nassau County Mathlete All-Star Team. The students were named to the all-star team by achieving a high score and placing in the top fifty among Nassau County students. The Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District’s John F. Kennedy High School Mathlete Team additionally participated in the Nassau County Math Tournament that was held at the State University of New York at Old Westbury.
Students at the Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District’s Kindergarten Center recently celebrated the 100th day of school. The students participated in several activities that incorporated the number 100 including taking 100 steps, counting to 100 and learning how to count to 100 in American Sign Language.
John F. Kennedy High School’s student-run school store, The Hawk’s Nest, was recently re-certified by DECA — a non-profit organization that prepares students for careers in marketing, management, finance and hospitality — as a Gold Level Certification recipient. DECA awards school-based enterprise certifications at three levels: gold, silver or bronze. The Hawk’s Nest was among 160 school-based enterprises in the United States to earn a gold marking, and will be recognized for their achievement at DECA’s International Career Development Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
Fourteen Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District’s John F. Kennedy High School students recently learned how to cook a healthy snack — vegetable quesadillas. A nutritional expert provided the students with an interactive cooking demonstration with a variety of healthy ingredients, and answered several nutrition-based questions. The students also learned how to read nutrition labels and understand the nutrient breakdown of ingredients.
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