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Connetquot High School

190 Seventh Street
Bohemia, NY 11716-1331
Interim Principal: Michael A. Moran
631-244-2228, ext. 1010
mmoran@ccsdli.org

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Originally dedicated in 1963, today Connetquot High School serves a population of more than 2,000 students from the communities of Bohemia, Sayville, Oakdale, and Ronkonkoma. A comprehensive high school dedicated to superior outcomes for all students, Connetquot High School affords its students a diverse course offering providing a wide variety of educational opportunities in the arts, humanities, math, science, and technology. The majority of Connetquot High School students graduate with regents diplomas and approximately ninety percent of graduates go on to higher education.

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Green eggs, ham and a teaching program

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On March 2, 10th and 11th graders in Carolyn Paul’s and Megan Faeger’s English classes at Connetquot High School visited Helen B. Duffield Elementary School to help their younger peers celebrate the birthday of classic children’s author Dr. Seuss. Prior to this, the high schoolers spent a week meticulously planning Dr. Seuss-themed lessons catered to students at each elementary grade level. These ranged from decorating paper top hats with story elements from “The Cat in the Hat” to a planting activity inspired by “The Lorax” to writing letters to Horton from “Horton Hears a Who!”

Through leading the elementary schoolers in these activities, the high schoolers were challenged to think strategically like teachers, to develop their public speaking skills, and to act as positive role models. CHS and Duffield students alike enjoyed a day of creativity and fun, both of which epitomize Dr. Seuss.

Music in Our Schools Month Highlight – CHS’ Paul Foschino

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Students throughout the district continue to enjoy a robust music education at all grade levels. To kick off national Music in Our Schools Month, CHS junior Paul Foschino shares how he used his talents to compose an original piece that he performed with his fellow Wind Ensemble members at the winter concert.

Connetquot High School hosts annual Model UN conference

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Connetquot High School recently hosted close to 200 students from 12 area high schools for its annual full-day Model UN Conference.

During the conference, participants simulated the structure and function of the United Nations organization. Each student-delegate was assigned to represent a sovereign nation, placed on a committee to discuss important current world topics and concerns, and asked to make recommendations. There were 12 standing committees for the student-delegates to join. According to CHS Model UN adviser Jennifer Bay, the event was a “huge success” thanks to the students who “put in countless hours preparing for this conference.”

Connetquot artists shine

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Beautiful artwork created by Connetquot High School Studio in Media students Ella Causin, Sienna Graham, and Morgan Shurgin was recently showcased during the Suffolk County Art Leaders Association’s All-County Art Show Exhibition. As part of SCALA’s partnership with Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts, the students’ artistic creations were displayed to the public at Babylon’s historical Old Town Hall during the first two weeks of February.

Budding Business Leaders

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In Connetquot High School’s Virtual Enterprise class, students create their own businesses and learn the skills necessary to run them effectively, including accounting, marketing, sales, presentation skills, organizational skills and working collaboratively in a group. These students recently competed in a Virtual Enterprise trade show and competition at LIU Post, during which one group’s business, Eagle Eye Security, won second place for best booth design.