351 Oxhead Road

Stony Brook NY 11790

Phone: (631) 730-4800

Fax: (631) 730-4804

 

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:
Attendance/Health Office:

730-4810

Transportation Office:

730-5070 Fax: 730-5095

Weather Related Information:

730-4050

Vincent Vizzo, Principal
Jonathon Rufa, Assistant Principal



School Hours: 7:35 a.m.-2:20 p.m.

  

Quote of the Week

"Character consists of what you do

on the third and fourth tries."

James Michener



 

Murphy PTO

Dodgeball Tournament

March 2nd

4:00pm 


  

9th Grade Great Adventure Trip

June 10th

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Murphy Food Pantry 

 

R.C. Murphy PTO 

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Current News

One for the Record Books

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Students from Minnesauke, Setauket and W.S. Mount elementary schools, as well as P.J. Gelinas and R.C. Murphy junior high schools, helped to break the Guinness World Record for the most horns performing on stage at one time during this year’s SCMEA Day of Horn.

The record was originally 180, held by a group of Pakistani sheep hornists, but this year’s SCMEA group surpassed that with more than 270 players on stage.


Where in the World

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Seventh- and eighth-graders from P.J. Gelinas and R.C. Murphy junior high schools demonstrated their historical knowledge during the National Geographic Bee this January.  

All students participated in an initial round of testing, and winners from each social studies class moved on to a schoolwide competition. The school competitions yielded two champions: R.C. Murphy eighth-grader Peter DiPietro and P.J. Gelinas seventh-grader Matthew Kronenberg.

These students will now advance to the next level of the competition for the chance to qualify for the statewide competition.

Celebrating Languages

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R.C. Murphy Junior High School students and staff celebrated world languages through a series of interactive events during this year’s Foreign Language Week.

Throughout the week, students tested their knowledge of languages during a trivia contest, showcased their creativity as part of a door decorating contest, listened to daily announcements in the three languages studied at Murphy, and visited a traveling mural exhibit. Additionally, the school continued its tradition of hosting cooking and culture classes for fifth- and sixth-grade students. Each of the three classes featured a different foreign language — Italian, French and Spanish — and instructed attendees on how to prepare a native dish from that region.

The week concluded with a celebratory International Night that featured cuisine, music and dance performances from around the world.

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