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BOE Meeting Notice - January 21, 2021

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A Capstone for Connetquot Seniors

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Twenty-two students from Connetquot High School’s Class of 2021 recently met the requirements for the College Board’s Advanced Placement Capstone Diploma or AP Seminar and Research Certificate. These students completed their course of study within the AP Capstone program by earning scores of 3 or higher in both AP Seminar and AP Research exams.

The AP Capstone Diploma, the highest scholar award within the Capstone program of study, is awarded to those students who earn a 3 or higher on AP Examinations in AP Seminar, AP Research and four additional AP Examinations of their choosing. The AP Seminar and Research Certificate is awarded to those students who earn a 3 or higher in both AP Seminar and AP Research.

Connetquot Central School District proudly congratulates the following students on these extraordinary achievements: Chase Adamo, Olivia Amberger, Kainaat Basharat, Justin Ciavolella, Jennifer Dutton, Kylie Ferrentino, Mikayla Gibbons, Daniel Haughie, Keeghan Lavery, Julia Leddy, Julianna Levanti, Stephan Mcgahan, Emily Morris, Jenna Pellicano, Holly Schack, Sevana Smith, Aaron Tabigue, Allison Talla, Isabella Van Kalmthout, Melanie Walsh, Miakoda Wojcik and Tyler Youmans.

Making Masks

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Sixth graders in Lindsay Ilg’s Family and Consumer Sciences course at Ronkonkoma Middle School recently sewed face masks from scratch. The students used fabric squares, T-shirts, and old pillowcases to create comfortable face masks to wear for the new year. Each day in class, the students made progress by pinning, cutting, measuring and sewing their project together. Once the elastic was securely fastened, they were able to start wearing them.

Bowling Bonanza

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On Jan. 7, Connetquot High School’s Athletics for All team participated in their first event of the school year — bowling at AMF Centereach Lanes alongside teams from five other school districts.

CHS Winter Sports

This week marked the official start of the CHS winter sports season for bowling, boys swimming and diving and boys and girls track and field. Peter Melore, District Director of Health, Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation, held an extensive coaches meeting before Winter Break to review the NYPHSAA and Section XI COVID task force safety protocols with his staff, and all teams were successful in following them. Here are some shots of our student-athletes back in action!