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Gelinas' 20th Annual Adolescent Issue Play - "Addict"

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Unique Educational Theatre Program where the students in the school perform for their fellow students. ADDICT is a powerful and descriptive story of teens who deal with alcohol and substance abuse. We ask all students attending the performance in the evening to be accompanied by an adult.

Friday, October 14th, 2022
7:00 pm
Gelinas Auditorium
$10 donation per family
Performed with special arrangement and permission from Dramatic Publishing Company.

Date Added: 9/30/2022

WMHS Student Earns Perfect Score on AP Exam

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Ward Melville High School student Michael Melikyan earned a perfect score on the Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles Exam in spring 2022. Not only did Michael receive the top score of 5, he was one of only 196 students in the world to earn every point possible.

The college-level course introduces students to computer science. The AP program helps students stand out on college applications while earning college credit or placement. The district applauds Michael on this outstanding and rare accomplishment.

Date Added: 9/29/2022

Applications Now Available

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Please click here to find the Strategic Planning Committee Application.

Deadline to apply is October 7th.

Committee members will be contacted via email by October 14th.

Date Added: 9/29/2022

Start With Hello Week

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W.S. Mount Elementary School participated in Start With Hello Week from Sept. 19-23. The week is a nationwide initiative that kicks off the school year by teaching students the skills they need to create a culture of inclusion and connectedness.

During the course of the week, students were encouraged to reach out and include others through a number of activities. Each morning, the school social worker announced what spirit day it was. For each spirit day, students were challenged to complete a task – ranging from eating lunch with a new person to making a friend during recess. In addition, students who speak different languages taught the school community new words during the morning announcements.

The week culminated with a school spirit day where students and staff wore green and yellow. Additionally, students and teachers created a tree made of paper hands to be displayed in the main hallway as a symbol of unity.

Date Added: 9/28/2022

All-State Musicians

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Five Ward Melville High School students were selected by the New York State School Music Association to perform in the 2022 All-State Music Conference. An additional 13 students were chosen as alternates.

Congratulations to the following:

All-State

* Adam Bear – Mixed Chorus
* John Gallagher – Symphony Orchestra
* Theresa Jiao – Symphony Orchestra
* Hayden Pepe – Symphonic Band
* Mikaeel Zohair – Mixed Chorus

Alternates

* Juliet Abramson
* Ava Della Pietra
* Alexandra Duan
* Philip Gatti
* Emre Goral
* Sahana Gupta
* Acadia Kunkel
* Kira Manganas
* Evan Meinsen
* Matthew Cole Platt
* Rachel Rose
* Peter Sloniewsky
* Brianna Zenaty

Of the thousands who auditioned, only the top musicians from school music departments across New York are selected. They auditioned by participating in solo and ensemble festivals last spring.

“This is a result of not only the students’ hard work and dedication, but a direct reflection of our music teachers’ commitment and perseverance towards excellence,” Director of Music, Anthony Pollera said.

The All-State Conference will take place in Rochester from Dec. 1-4.

Date Added: 9/27/2022