Student Council Food Drive Hugely Successful!
Thank you to everyone who helped out with this
year's drive. With your support and generosity, we were able to
fill almost 60 baskets to help provide a complete Thanksgiving
meal for our neighbors. Our Caring Community again rises to the
occasion to support our community members who need a little help
and that kindness is so very much appreciated as we kick off
another holiday season.
Girls Gymnastics Shine at Individual Meet - Nearly Sweep the Top
Congratulations to Coach Judge as she led her
team members to outstanding performances last week.
Lauren claimed the Suffolk County
All-Around title, Jacklyn placed 3rd overall, Krista was
4th place over all and Amanda came in 2nd on the uneven bars.
Lauren, Jacklyn, and Amanda will go on to compete in the state
competition in Albany in February. These young ladies certainly
made their presence known with these amazing finishes.
Congratulations and we will be wishing you all the best for
That's a Wrap - Fall Drama Was a Smashing
Months of hard work and preparation were clearly
visible for the three performances of I Never Saw Another
Butterfly. Congratulations to the cast and the entire
supporting cast (lighting, sound, stage crew, etc.) for the
amazing shows that were presented - first with our
annual senior citizen matinee and then the evening
performances over the course of the weekend.
School Publications Strike Gold -
Congratulations to Mrs. Semple and the staffs of
The Courant (school newspaper) and Crossroads yearbook, both
were ranked Gold/All New York publications at the Empire School
Scholastic Press Association's annual state journalism
competition through Syracuse University. This was the 10th
year in a row for The Courant and the 6th year in a row for
Crossroads to be ranked Gold/All New York. The Courant was
awarded 15 individual state awards and Crossroads was awarded
with a record-setting
23 individual state awards! Truly