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The honorary first pitch was thrown by Coach Tierney's student, Jack Hopper! He did such a fantastic job! The Golden Eagles defeated East Rockaway , in a thrilling eleven inning game! Sophomore pitcher, Sofia Sozio had twenty strikeouts in the game! It was a great team win and the girls raised money for a great cause! On Friday, April 20, , Mrs. Students attended workshops where they learned about cybersecurity, how data is used to make decisions in baseball, patterns in SAT results, and marathon training.

Congratulations to the many student contest winners! On Tuesday, March 27, , Ms. Fashion students observed the creative window displays constructed out of real flowers. Students learned about Rowland Hussey Macy, the beginning of R. They learned different marketing strategies used to attract customers and increase sales. Fashion students also discovered current spring trends and rode the original wooden escalators throughout the tour. Special thanks to Ms. Indenbaum for joining us on this special trip!

It was a great day in New York City! On Wednesday, April 18, , Ms. At this event, students from PetPair had the opportunity to sell their products to students from all around the world. The students created business deals with other companies from Florida, California, Tennessee, Bermuda, Austria, Brazil, Germany, Bulgaria, and many more!

Our students dressed as business professionals and conducted themselves in a very mature manner all day long. They even experienced what it feels like to be in traffic in New York City during the rush hour commute! Overall, it was a very exciting experience and successful day for PetPair who made many, many sales. These students are going to be assets one day in the business field and any organization would be lucky to have them!

Mole for organizing this great learning experience! French Club Cooking School. On Tuesday, March 27, , the Bethpage High School French Club attended A La Carte Cooking School, where everyone took part in making and eating a five-course French meal, including a Nicoise salad, goucheres a kind of cheese puff , pissaladiere a type of French onion pizza-tart , herb poulet chicken , and crepes with Nutella. They also won the Innovative Choreography Award for their kick routine. Leading up to nationals, which were held in Orlando, Florida in early March, the team submitted a video of their routine that qualified them for the competition.

In January, Golden Girls and Co. The Grand Championship award is given to the team that has the highest cumulative score from three previous Scholastic competitions in a specific category. The district congratulates the Bethpage High School Golden Eagles varsity ice hockey team on an outstanding season.

The last time the team earned a first-place county win was in In the county championship, the Golden Eagles evened the best-of-three county finals against the Long Beach High School Marines, causing the game to go into a decisive minute mini-game that ended in a defeat for Bethpage. They always persevered, put in hard work and competed together as a family.

Their robot had a solid performance and the team earned several highly regarded recognitions. By earning this award, the Regal Eagles have earned the right to participate at World Championships later this month in Detroit, Michigan! Congratulations to all of the Regal Eagles! Kay, and all of the parents for their ongoing support! Senior Signs Letter of Intent. Surrounded by proud family members, school district administrators, and his coach, Bethpage High School senior Michael Lane signed a national letter of intent to play volleyball at St. In his volleyball career, Michael has earned All-County and All-Tournament titles and made it to the county finals with his team.

He also runs spring track. In addition to playing volleyball, he intends to study accounting at St. The district congratulates Michael and wishes him success in his academic and athletic pursuits in college. Although there is no financial reward, Scholars receive a certificate and the NHRP sends a list of all recognized students to subscribing colleges and universities. Thomas excels academically and athletically and gives back to his community. In school, he is a member of the National Honor Society, sits on the honor roll, and is enrolled in numerous college-level and Advanced Placement courses.

On the field, is a multi-sport athlete, competing on the varsity football, wrestling, and winter track teams. He also volunteers at his local fire department. The district congratulates Thomas on this exceptional award and wishes him a successful senior year. The Town Supervisor spoke highly of the team and the efforts made leading up to this momentous event. The team also took home the Innovation Choreography Award for their kick routine! Calio celebrated the 46th Annual Festa Italiana. With the help of Ms. Jill-Rito and many parent volunteers, the Bethpage High School Auxiliary Gymnasium was transformed into an Italian haven, offering a variety of regional dishes, delicious desserts, and some photo booth fun with Italian props and accessories!

Over students, faculty, staff, and administrators enjoyed the day and experienced "la dolce vita". Join us back in New Jersey when professional wedding singer, Robbie Hart gets his heart broken by the woman he loves. Now he's all alone, living in his grandma's basement, and ruining others' weddings. How will Robbie bounce back? The competition lasted three days and at the end, the Bethpage team placed in all four of their performance routines -- the first time in the history of the school's program! The weekend concluded with the team earning:. Congratulations to the entire team on a job well done!

We wish these seniors best of luck on all of their future endeavors. Special thanks to Coach Martino for her support and guidance! Golden Eagle at Track State Championships. Clayton Santiago has qualified for State Championships, which will take place on Saturday, March 3, Clayton will be competing in the meter event, in which he has gone undefeated against Nassau County competitors this school year.

Congratulations to Clayton on his achievements, as well as to Coach Posch and Coach Ravener for their support. Bethpage Schools wishes Clayton continued success at the State Championships and his future endeavors! The exhibit includes AP artists of excellence from across Long Island, focusing on concept, form, and method in art-making! The students prepared for Fat Tuesday by learning about its history and traditions, as well as exploring the celebrations held in various French-speaking countries and New Orleans.

Donning their colorful necklaces, they enjoyed a variety of French cuisines in the auxiliary gymnasium, which had been decorated for the festive occasion with masquerade masks, banners and centerpieces. All of the students put forward an amazing effort at the competition and represented Bethpage High School proudly! Congratulations to all of the students on all of their hard work and their advisor, Mr.

Pollatos for his guidance and support! Students were treated to a variety of different international foods, including crepes with Nutella, croissants, quiches, and an assortment of dessert options! The celebration even featured music, courtesy of DJ Anderson Zabala. Special thanks to Madame Ciarniello for organizing the celebration and to Monsieur Ciarniello for his support!

Students and their advisors, Mr. Kay, and additional parent mentors, built a wooden replica of this year's challenging set. Teams from across Long Island were invited to attend. Thanks to the students, teachers, and parents who helped to make this happen! Bethpage High School has been named a Reward School by the New York State Education Department for demonstrating an exemplary standard of high academic achievement during the school year.

The students, parents, faculty, staff and Board of Education really do work together to provide an engaging learning environment. This honor recognizes student-athletes who encourage players on and off the court and help teammates improve their skills for the betterment of the team. These Golden Eagles have also been seen complimenting other teams, regardless of the result of the game. The district congratulates the junior and varsity girls volleyball teams for demonstrating exceptional character and excellence on the court.

Jason received this recognition for his excellent academic standing and outstanding ability as a football player, and for demonstrating strong leadership and citizenship on and off the field. Alongside this prestigious award, Jason became a Golden 11 member for demonstrating a continued dedication to both academics and athletics, maintaining Scholar-Athlete status and attaining All-County accolades. Golden 11 inductees are also good citizens in their school and respected members of the local community. Only one student-athlete from each school can be nominated, and selections are made by a committee of coaches from each conference.

A three-sport athlete, Jason also plays basketball and lacrosse. He is a member of student civic, Athletes Helping Athletes, and the Spanish and National honor societies, and is enrolled in Advanced Placement and college-level courses. The district congratulates Jason on his athletic prowess and academic success for earning this remarkable distinction. Having finished the season with saves, Veronica is also the Nassau County leader for most goals saved.

The district commends Veronica on this outstanding athletic accomplishment. Proud parents, siblings, coaches and school administrators surrounded each of these students, celebrating the athletic accomplishments that had earned them selection to college teams. The district congratulates the following seniors: Bethpage High School Kickline Shines! The team placed in all of their divisions finishing the day with the following awards:. These student-musicians received this honor based on their performances at the New York State School Music Association Solo Evaluation Festival and teacher recommendations.

The district congratulates these students on their musical achievements. Bethpage High School and John F. Kennedy Middle School students that attended this trip had a rare treat!

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Two of the light keepers retired Navy engineers were onsite and gave the students a tour of not only the lighthouse, but also the basement and actual lens house. In the basement, the engineers explained how they rigged all of the automated systems that regulate both the interval and rotation of the twin spotlights. Up in the lens house, the keepers demonstrated how they maintain the electrical systems that keep the light operating smoothly.

The top of this structure provided clear, breathtaking views of Fire Island. The students were shown how shipwrecked passengers were rescued in the old days utilizing a makeshift pulley system, delivered by cannon! They also learned how a Fresnel lens amplified an oil lamp into a beam that could shine out into the ocean. This technology was state-of-the-art prior to electric lights. The four ton, first order Fresnel lens was recovered from the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia and is now proudly on display in its own building.

Special thanks to Mr. Carroll for organizing this great experience! Varsity Hockey Nets First Place! The win secured their bid for the New York State Tournament in Jamestown in March, where they will compete in the small school division. Catch the Golden Eagles final home games on Tuesday, January 23, ; 4: The semifinal playoff game will take place on Sunday, February 11, ; 7: January Testing Schedule. According to its website, the Regeneron STS is a program of the Society for Science and the Public that recognizes and empowers the most promising young scientists in the U.

The district congratulates Smiti for achieving this honorable distinction and wishes her tremendous success as she finishes her senior year and pursues her interests in college. On Monday, January 8, , students in Ms. The Chief Executive Officer in addition to the five Vice Presidents of Bethpage High School's company, PetPair, had the opportunity to present their page business plan to a panel of judges.

The students were extremely professional and did an awesome job! In addition, the entire class had the opportunity to sell their products to companies from different schools across Long Island. An impressive amount of sales were made, and valuable business connections were established. This prestigious award recognizes one young woman and one young man in the graduating class who exemplifies outstanding physical performance, scholastic ability, and leadership qualities. On Wednesday, December 20, , students enrolled in the Television News Production class had the opportunity to visit the News 12 Studios in Woodbury!

Choi, the students got a tour of the studio and got a close look at the various equipment and technology used during their broadcast. Students met meteorologist Rich Hoffman who spoke to the students about his rigorous work schedule and how each of the students can create broadcasts from their own home using their smartphones and televisions.

Then, the students met senior designers in the graphics department who shared how they create the graphics used during the broadcast and the legality of using images found online. The tour ended with our guide, Leslie, sharing suggestions about a course of studies for students interested in broadcasting. Special thanks to News 12 for hosting us this morning! Clayton is the first Bethpage student since to qualify for the state championship. Shedding seven seconds off the previously held Bethpage High School record, Clayton made school history with a time of 16 minutes, 24 seconds and placed among the top 50 of runners at the state level competition.

A well-rounded student, Clayton is enrolled in honors and Advanced Placement courses, runs winter and spring track, is a member of the marine fitness and marine science clubs, and volunteers for the Bethpage P. The district congratulates Clayton on breaking the school record and qualifying for states. Several students and staff members participated in laying wreaths at the headstones of servicemen and women who are buried at Pinelawn National Cemetary as a part of National Wreaths Across America Day on Saturday, December 16, National Wreaths Across America Day has been established in order to Remember, Honor, and Teach as well as recognize the service and sacrifices made by our brave servicemen and women whom have given all in order to preserve the freedoms and way of life that we as Americans possess as citizens of the United States.

When a wreath is placed at a veteran's grave, the veteran's name is spoken aloud, and they are thanked for their service and sacrifice. This ceremony had been repeated throughout the United States as millions of wreaths were placed by thousands of volunteers at veteran's graves. Franchi also had the privilege of laying wreaths. It is refreshing that our veterans are remembered and not forgotten on this important day. On December 4, , Mrs. The highlight of the trip and tour was seeing the locker rooms. A legendary venue widely known as the "World's Most Famous Arena", today Madison Square Garden includes some of the most recognized brands in professional sports and the Sports Marketing Class was fortunate enough to get an insider look.

DeStefano, who co-chaperoned the trip and took many of the pictures! On Friday, December 8, , Italian Club students at Bethpage High School spent a beautiful day enjoying the sights and sounds of Manhattan during the holiday season. After indulging in some delicious pastries and espresso from Ferrara Bakery in Little Italy, the students feasted on delectable Italian cuisine at Carmine's Restaurant.

The trip concluded with a stroll through Midtown to see the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree along with other famous sites such as Bryant Park, St. Patrick's Cathedral, and the spectacular holiday window displays along Fifth Avenue. The Junior Varsity program placed 3rd with their Team Performance routine. Congratulations to both teams on a successful weekend!

Syrett invited some lucky John F. The students were able to ask questions to the student actors and actresses and gain an inside look at the Masquers Guild. They first visited Ripley's Believe it or Not, where students were tasked to look for fun facts related to French. Then, the group visited the Rockefeller Center and saw the Christmas Tree, which was spectacular! Finally, the group ate a scrumptious dinner at Cafe Un Deux Trois, where the chocolate mousse was "tres delicieux"!

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It was "un voyage fantastique"! As the youngest speaker invited, Smiti spoke to the summit's participants about the generational divide in conversations regarding humans and machines. Please join us in congratulating Smiti for this accomplishment! Students got to see a demonstration on artificial intelligence AI and augmented reality AR and where this technology is prevalent in our everyday lives.

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In addition, InfoSys demonstrated how this technology is being used to support the Association of Tennis Professionals ATP to provide game-like simulations as well as data points for each tennis player on the world tour. Some of the students even got to experiment with the technology first hand! Special thanks to Altice for the invitation! Girls from kindergarten through sixth grade came to the dance accompanied by their special person.

They enjoyed an evening of desserts, dancing, and more! All of the little ladies looked absolutely beautiful! Special thanks to everyone who came out for a fun night while supporting the cheerleading team!

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On Friday, November 3, , Ms. Students took part in interactive workshops about the mathematics involved in card tricks, board games, and deciphering encrypted messages. Some students were able to attend a workshop by a professional billiards trick shot champion! He performed amazing billiards shots and then spoke to the students about the math and physics behind each shot. On Friday, October 27, , Ms. Lastly, and definitely the most exciting, the students participated in the Elevator Pitch Competition. Marco Cunha was the representative from Bethpage Virtual Enterprise.

It was a very excited day for PetPair! Kennedy Middle School students. The foot ship built in the oldest oyster sloop in America carried our students from the harbor to the mouth of the Long Island Sound. Participants experienced raising the sails and dredging the bottom of the ocean for local marine life. They also learned about President Theodore Roosevelt and some of the fascinating history of Oyster Bay. Carroll for organizing this trip! Thank you to everyone who supported this great cause!

Tougher than Cancer, Stronger Together! His entertaining program encouraged students to be people with good character. Officer Failla emphasized the importance of recognizing and appreciating each other's differences. His message of being tolerant, respectful young men and women resonated with our Grade 9 students. The team walked in support and memory of many loved ones. They wore shorts to honor the memory of Barbara Donovan.

The festival was organized to support people impacted by mental illness and at-risk and homeless veterans. Despite the inclement weather, the event had a nice turnout and the Regal Eagles did a magnificent job to promote robotics and their club. Special thanks to team advisers, Mr. On Thursday, October 12, , Bethpage High School students learned how to use professional makeup products to create the illusion of an open wound on their arm. Bethpage High School senior, Gabby McGlynn, did an amazing job demonstrating how to create a variety of realistic special effects using liquid latex, synthetic modeling wax, sutures, eye shadow, fake blood, and face paint.

The club advisors, Mrs. Calio, along with fellow Italian teacher, Ms. Rito, guided the students along this historical area known as "Little Italy of the Bronx". Everyone enjoyed buying fresh mozzarella, hand-made pasta, cannoli filled with delicious cream while you wait, and a variety of authentic Italian items in specialty stores along the strip. We ended our trip with a wonderful demonstration and a meal at Mike's Deli.

Students learned the history of mozzarella making, and enjoyed samples of hot mozzarella, smoked mozzarella, fresh mozzarella with tomato, roasted scamorza, and fresh ricotta. Students enjoyed other Italian specialties such as prosciutto, mortadella, soppressata, and pesto pasta salad. After a strong string of qualification matches, the Regal Eagles were ranked 2 going into the round-robin style playoffs, and earned a spot in the best-of-three championship matches and served as the alliance captain working with John Dewey High School and Xaverian High School.

The three-team alliance played two strong championship matches, taking the finals 2 games to 0! The championship marks the first team victory in the history of the Regal Eagles. Gonzalez spent the day in Bethpage to talk to the students and athletes about commitment, leadership, and remembering to thank the people who helped them along the way.

He spoke to the students just like he did for the New York Giants and explained the importance of not only being "all in" but staying "all in" for everything you do in life - on and off the field or court. Commitment is key for success. To demonstrate the importance of connection, Mr. Gonzalez had high school student athletes come up to the stage and hold hands. This created a connection needed to complete a circuit that lit a small light. When any of the people in the circle let go of the hand they were holding, the light went off. In sports, Gonzalez said, "It's not about the wins and losses, it's about the relationship.

After telling an inspirational story about gratitude in the military, Gian Paul Gonzalez asked the students to think about the people in their lives that helped them to get to where they are now and let the students know that those are the people that packed their parachutes. He stressed that it was so important to thank these people while you have the chance. Gonzalez then invited the student athletes to cut pieces of the parachute so they could give them to the people in their life that made an impact. The students loved this experience with Gian Paul Gonzalez.

It was great to listen and learn from such an inspirational and motivational speaker. The Statistics classes, taught by Mrs. Kallmeyer, put their knowledge of experimental design and the scientific method to use as they tried to replicate the experiment that was completed by the MythBusters to see what would happen if Mentos were dropped into a bottle of soda.

The classes analyzed the variables, stated a hypothesis, and tested to see if their hypothesis was accurate. Syrett's sports marketing students. He spoke to students about his personal background and passion for fitness, athletics, and health and how he turned that passion into a lucrative career as a businessman. Students learned a great deal about what is out there, career-wise, in the field of sports. They can be accessed by selecting "AP Summer Assignments " in the left menu or by clicking on the link below.

AP Summer Assignments Thanks to all of the student artists and their teachers for their hard work! Under the direction of Ms. The students took care of all of the fine details, including selling hearts, counting the money, and taping each heart to a poster. The judges were Mr. Falcone, and Yolanda Caso, along with numerous Bethpage students and faculty, all had the opportunity to feast upon homemade pasta dishes cooked by Italian club members.

The winners of the Pasta Cook Off were: Italian Club Visits Rizzoli Bookstore. It is considered the most beautiful literary landmark in Manhattan, specializing in illustrated and foreign language books. Students explored Italian literature, magazines, and newspapers offered throughout the bookstore. Then, the Italian Club made their way to Eataly to explore the market and relish in all of the tasty foods!

All of the participants spoke eloquently and impressed the congregation. Accompanied by Madame Ciarniello, the students dined on "salade, soupe a l'oignon, steak-frites, poulet roti roasted chicken , and the delicious desert, profiteroles" French pastry filled with ice cream and topped with chocolate sauce and whipped cream. Nassau County Science Competition. Smiti medaled for "Best Display and Presentation" and Elisabeth won first place in her category as well as 3rd place overall among all projects.

Congratulations to all of the students that participated in the NCSC! National Honor Society Induction. The National Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.

The Bethpage Chapter welcomed in new members, each of whom embody those aforementioned traits. Congratulations to our inductees! Special thanks to the Bethpage Dad's Club for all of their efforts in coordinating the National Honor Society Banquet, which followed the ceremony. Hofstra students in the engineering program then escorted the students across the beautiful South Campus for a tour of the engineering classrooms and laboratories sharing short explanations and demonstrations of ethical hacking, a supersonic wind tunnel, a specially designed go-cart, and a robotic arm.

Special thanks to Hofstra University for hosting and arranging this interesting program for some future engineers! The students placed second in the overall competition. The students concluded their visit at Six Flags America. A great time was had by all! World Language Honor Society Induction. Congratulations to all of the students on this accomplishment! The event brought together more than 15, students and over teams from across the United States and more than 30 other countries!

Outside of participating in the competition, the Regal Eagles visited the City Museum, Old Courthouse known for the Dred Scott decision , Gateway Arch and took a tram ride to the top of the Arch , and successfully conquered the Mastermind Escape Room! Congratulations to all of the students and team coaches, Mr. Kay, on an outstanding season! Jay Matthews' column and rankings can be accessed at the links below. America's Most Challenging High Schools: A year project that keeps growing.

America's Most Challenging High Schools. These teams matched wits over ethical cases whose topics included reparation payments for the ancestors of slaves, the use of animals in biomedical testing, and the banning of religious clothing in order to maintain national security. The Bethpage team won all three of the preliminary rounds and the semi-final round which allowed them to complete in the final round against Dwight Englewood High School from New Jersey.

It was a tough fight, with Bethpage earning 2nd place honors. Congratulations to all of the students that competed! Long Island Science Congress. Bethpage High School had a great turn-out in regards to student rankings. Some notable rankings include:. Congratulations on this accomplishment! Our Day at the Opera! Students from across the district were the guests of the Metropolitan Opera Company at Lincoln Center on Thursday, April 20, , as part of their participation in the 21st Century Activity: HD Live in Schools. The students were met by Education Department and trip organizer, Dan Marshall and two opera house tour guides.

The students, accompanied by their teacher chaperones Mrs.

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They were able to view a few minutes of a rehearsal happening on the huge stage of the 3, seat opera house and learned about the almost perfect acoustical properties of the house. They also saw the beautiful crystal chandeliers that hang in the lobby and theater, which were a gift from the Australian government for our country's assistance in World War II. They were then taken by elevator to several different floors underground, where they observed the costume shop, wig-makers, special effects machinery, scenery and lighting production, as well as props and paining.

In addition, we visited rehearsal studios and learned about the children's chorus and their assigned dressing rooms. They also loved seeing the doors and the animals come through, when used in productions! Our guides were very knowledgeable and answered many questions. As we passed through the various underground tunnels, we even caught a glimpse of internationally known opera star Placido Domingo in a rehearsal.

At the conclusion of our tour, we were taken into The Belmont Room, where we met Bethpage High School graduate Matt Rubin, the current assistant lighting director at the Met. He hold us about his path to his current career and how he often did work in technology during his high school years in Bethpage.

A graduate of Hofstra University, he has traveled extensively and worked his way up to his current position. The students and teachers were able to ask him questions and pose for photographs. Following a delicious lunch in the Lincoln Square area, the students boarded the bus for the trip home filled with information about this American Arts institution and looking forward to future opera experiences! Regal Eagles in the News! It is available at: Congratulations to all of the students and team advisors, Mr. The competition ran from March 30, through April 1, The link below is a video of a match that the Regal Eagles Team participated in on March 31, as a member of the Red Alliance.

Congratulations to all of the Regal Eagles and team advisors, Mr. In the category of Environmental Studies, Candace ranked 2nd and Alyssa ranked 4th out of a total of 38 projects. Smiti Shah placed 3rd in the Environmental Engineering category out of a total of 28 projects! Congratulations to all of the students that participated on their accomplishments! Calio celebrated the 45th annual Festa Italiana. Jill-Rito and many parent volunteers, the Bethpage High School Auxiliary Gym was transformed into an Italian haven, offering a variety of regional dishes, delicious desserts, and photo-booth fun with Italian props and accessories.

Over students, faculty, staff, and administrators enjoyed the day and experienced "la dolce vita. An Ethics Bowl is a collaborative, yet competitive event, in which two teams are presented with a series of wide-ranging ethical dilemmas and are asked to analyze them; they are then judged on the basis of their analyses.

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Twenty six teams from fourteen Long Island high schools matched wits over ethical cases whose topics included banning religious clothing, having a baby in order to use it for organ donation, and the use of nudge marketing to entice consumers to buy products. Teams competed in four preliminary rounds and the top four teams went onto the semi-finals in order to ultimately determine the top two teams. Congratulations to all of the students who competed. The foundation was founded by Long Island native Gary Squire, an advocate for more philosophical instruction at the pre-college level.

They prepared lunch for over guests, sorted clothes and prepared the boutique for the guests to shop, stocked food for the guests to take home for the weekend, and made goodie-bags for them for dinner. They did it all with a smile and the guests were very appreciative! Congratulations to these student-athletes on their achievement and we wish them the best at the New Balance Nationals! Special thanks to their coaches, Coach Ravener and Coach Posch!

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To watch the replay of the New Balance Nationals and our student-athletes competing in the 4 x meter relay, click on the following link: The members of SPEC Students Putting an End to Cancer helped make Valentine's Day extra special by distributing hundreds of red, pink, and white carnations throughout the high school community on Tuesday, February 14, The beautiful flowers were donated by the wonderful staff at Bethpage Florist -- our warmest thanks to them for their generosity!

Club members met to sell, tag, and deliver the Valentine's Day greetings. Special recognition to the enthusiastic club officers: They truly encapsulate the SPEC mission and their efforts are impressive and inspiring! The students and their topics were:. The students competed against more than other Long Island students. Congratulations to all of the students on their accomplishments and hard work! They were accompanied by Mr. Gian Paul Gonzalez was an inspiring guest speaker at this event. Click on the link below to access the guide.

Altice documented this event with a short video featuring Mr. Click on the link below to access the video. On December 2, , the Italian students from Bethpage High School spent a beautiful day enjoying the sights and sounds of Manhattan during the holiday season. The trip concluded with a stroll through Midtown to see the Rockefeller Christmas tree along with other famous sites such as Bryant Park, St. Patrick's Cathedral, and the spectacular holiday window displays on Fifth Avenue.

Ryan's Black Belt encompassed over nine years of dedicated training. Ryan's parents and several family members attended his Black Belt ceremony. Levy were also in attendance to support Ryan's accomplishments. On Monday, October 31, , Bethpage High School faculty joined the student body in the Halloween spirit while raising money for charity. In addition to making and mailing dozens of Halloween cards to the children at St. Jude's Research Hospital in Memphis, our club meetings also highlight visits from professions "in the field".

On Thursday, November 17, , Ms. Pacheco explained that PALS helps individuals access the best possible treatment for the best possible outcome. Operating out of Farmingdale's Republic Airport, volunteer pilots donate time, expertise, and aircrafts - with no compensation - to benefit others. There is never a cost to the patient.

On Wednesday, September 28, , students in the Italian Club spent a beautiful afternoon strolling along Arthur Avenue. The club advisers, Mrs. Rito, guided the students along this historical area known as "Little Italy" of the Bronx. We ended our trip with a wonderful meal at Mario's Italian Restaurant, enjoying Italian specialties such as ravioli con polpette, parmigiana, and pollo al francese. Working with an international team comprised of students from Macedonia, Scotland, and the United States with a mentor from India, Smiti and her team developed a water filtration device able to purify water consisting of many chemical and biological contaminants.

Her team, "AquaeVitae" worked tirelessly over 70 days and well over hours creating this prototype. Smiti was also invited to speak about her experience at The Junior Academy over the past year and introduce a guest speaker. Specifically, Smiti can be seen at the following time stamps:. Smiti and her team's experience was also published on Elsevier Connect. The article can be found here: The interview can he found here: Smiti hopes to continue her work with The Junior Academy and continue working to solve these global challenges. Congratulations to Smiti and Team AquaeVitae on their success and achievements!

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This award is given annually to classroom teachers in the United States to recognize and award them for excellence in introducing students to philosophy in elementary, middle, and high school. Way added, "I have worked extremely hard to grow the philosophy program over the last thirteen years and to have that work be recognized is a great honor. As a result of winning this award, Ms. Way has been invited to be a guest speaker at the P. Conference which will be held in June in Chicago!

The contest received over 4, essays this year and Nick placed fourth in the entire country! The essay contest challenges students to think about a major philosophical topic. This year's essay topic was "Imagination or Knowledge, which has a greater impact on society? Plato would be very proud! On Wednesday, June 1, the World Language students had a fundraising badminton tournament, in which 26 teams participated.

A special thanks to Mr. Rodriguez for organizing the teams into a double-elimination competition. The students had a great time and the competition was fierce. Congratulations to all who participated. The students were broken down into teams and collaborated on creating a full menu featuring antipasti, primi e secondi piatti e anche un bel dolce! Some of the dishes students prepared were bruschetta, gnocchi con pomodoro, pollo piccata, and tiramisu! The students even shared the task of cleaning up after all of their hard work preparing each dish.

It was a great experience and we look forward to doing it again next year! Nine Bethpage High School seniors celebrated their most influential teachers in a special ceremony in May. An annual tradition celebrating its 12th year, the Recognition of Excellence dinner was designed to honor teachers who have inspired their students during their educational career in Bethpage. Seniors who participate in this tradition are selected by high school faculty, and each senior chooses one teacher from their elementary, middle and high school who was a mentor and had a positive impact on them.

The evening included music from the high school jazz band, a buffet dinner and a presentation of plaques from each student to their teachers. As we close out a very successful year with the Explorers Club, we wanted to remember and honor our servicemen and women. As a nation, we recognize the sacrifice of those who have died to protect us on Memorial Day - Monday, May 30, The Explorers Club drew, colored, and created a banner as their way of expressing their gratitude.

We are proud of our country! Casey Collette received an honorable mention for the "people" category and Emily Marczak for "places. Over students applied for this contest and only 36 were chosen for a variety of awards under four main categories. There were all kinds of workshops including a touch tank, fish painting, scuba diving, making rope, fish dissection, and Gilligan Island miniature golf!

Special thanks to all of the Grade 3 students who joined us and to all of the Bethpage High School students who assisted the staff in running the festival! It was a great success! After-school hours continue to be busy ones for the students in the Explorers Club!

Along with the club advisors, Mrs.