Seniors at Hills East and West proudly sported the gear of the colleges they plan to attend next fall as part of Decision Day 2021. Congratulations to all of our seniors going on to college, the military, trade schools and the workplace!
Students in Mrs. Sarrosick's 8th grade ELA class at West Hollow brought the ancient art of poetry into the 21st century with the help of some AI muses using the Google research site "Verse By Verse."
Congratulations to our four FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics Teams that recently competed in the Long Island Regional Championship.
Congratulations to Hills West's Sydney Seid for her success this year as part of the girls varsity tennis team!
Congratulations to Hills East's Jacob Leshnower on winning 1st place in the Senior Individual Performance category at the New York State National History Day Competition for his original research and creation of a performance titled "An Instrument of Good and Evil: Music’s Critical Role as a Communications Tool in the Holocaust."
Candlewood wrapped up their April theme of “Candlewood United” with a school-wide grade level color day where each grade dressed in a Candlewood color to show their school spirit.
Congratulations to Hills West junior Marlene McKinney who was selected as a Deans List Finalist in the FIRST Tech Challenge Long Island Regional Competition.
Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade students at Sunquam recently helped to beautify their school for the spring by planting flowers in front of the building.
Congratulations to Hills East junior Jocelyn Chavkin on being recognized by Senator Jim Gaughran with a NY State Senate Youth Leadership Award for collecting previously used laptops that could be provided to students in need during the pandemic.
The West Hollow One World Club recently raised over $600 for the non-profit Blankets of Hope, enough money to donate 121 blankets to people who are homeless in our community through the Long Island Coalition for the Homeless.
Congratulations to our Hills East and West art students for their recognition at the annual SCALA (Suffolk County Art Leaders Association) Art Showcase!
Congratulations to Hills West's Sydney Stanzione on being invited to participate as a finalist in the 2021 Long Island Youth Summit, where she and 150 other students worked with experts in different workshops to find solutions to the issues that they see as important for young people.
Congratulations to Hills West's Kyra Ramonetti and Hills East's Daniel Salkinder for being invited to participate in the NACLO Invitational Round where they use logic skills to solve linguistics problems.
Students from Mrs. Strack’s 4th grade class at Signal Hill Elementary staged a Revolutionary War protest highlighting the building tensions between the colonists and Great Britain.
Candlewood's One World Youth Club and Student Government ran a Autism Awareness Walk-a-Thon during lunches periods to show their support to those with autism.
Varsity Athletic Teams
Curbside grab-n-go breakfasts and lunches handed out during the
COVID-19 pandemic school closure from mid-March through the end of June 2020
2019-2020 All-State Musicians
New York State Master Teachers