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Oakdale-Bohemia Middle School

60 Oakdale-Bohemia Road
Oakdale, NY 11769-1395
Principal: Sue Bailey
Assistant Principal: Joseph Piombo
Phone: 631-244-2268
Fax: 631-563-6167

 

9/11 Memorial Flags

 

Yankee Candle Fundraiser Flyer

 

Send you friend, family member or teacher a birthday wish at school!

Click on this link for details and order form

 

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Students of the Month for October
Daniella Carbonaro
Tessa Dolinger
Tyler golden
Sofia Hanovic
Kaitlyn Scialo
Caleigh Dale
Emily Inshan
Gianluca Strada

 

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Detailed information in Contest Click Here

Scarecrow ENTRY FORM

Here are a few inspirational designs

 

 

Sixth Grade Dance Flyer

Terrible Tweens Workshop 2019-2020

IMPORTANT BACK TO SCHOOL INFORMATION

 

Terrible Tweens Workshop for 2019-2020

 

BACKPACK FLYER

 

Incoming 6th Grader Information

 

 

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Click Here for Allergy Season Parent Letter from Nurse

 

Superstar Leads Football Team to Success

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Christopher Callahan, a 13-year-old eighth grader at Oakdale-Bohemia Middle School, was selected as an honorary team captain for the Connetquot Youth Football Organization’s playoff game on Nov. 3 based on his commitment to the team and radiant positive spirit. 

Christopher’s classmates, along with his brother Dominic, are part of the CYFO football program. Christopher came onto the field with the official T-Bird captains, shook hands with William Floyd’s team captains and even took part in the pregame coin toss. Additionally, he was handed the ball for the first play of the game and took it into the end zone to score a touchdown.  

The T-Birds went on to win their first game of the playoff series by a final score of 22-0, continuing their undefeated season. The team, along with CYFO President Sal Deluca, thanked Christopher for his support throughout the game. 

Christopher was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy as a child, and a documentary about his life, “Our Boy Christopher,” was produced by Jordan Pollak in 2015. 


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