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

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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Previous episodes:

Thunder Vision Episode 1 (Homecoming Special Part 1)

Thunder Vision Episode 2 (Homecoming Special Part 2)

Thunder Vision Episode 3

Thunder Vision Episode 4

Thunder Vision Episode 5

Thunder Vision Episode 6 

Thunder Vision Episode 7

Thunder Vision Episode 8

Thunder Vision Episode 9

CHS Wellness Day - May 17, 2023  

Presentation - An Introduction to the AP Capstone Program

Study Buddy Flyer 





Connetquot Future Teachers Promote Positive Behavior

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During the month of May, members of Connetquot High School’s Future Teachers of America partnered with the district’s Drug and Alcohol Task Force to teach and promote positive behavior, how to be a good role model and citizenship to third grade students.

At Edward J. Bosti Elementary School, FTA members Cameron Angelo and Kaelyn Plamjack designed a lesson about inclusion and kindness. After reading Trudy Ludwig’s “The Invisible Boy,” there was a discussion about what it looks like, sounds like and feels like to be included. The students also completed a worksheet instructing them to write when they feel “invisible.”

FTA members also designed and delivered lessons to third grade students at Sycamore Avenue, Edith Slocum, and John Pearl elementary schools during the month and additional lessons will be taught throughout the rest of the school year.

Date Added: 5/25/2023

Connetquot Holds Second Annual Wellness Day

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Connetquot High School students took a break from their classroom instruction on May 17 to attend the school’s second annual Wellness Day, sponsored by district social workers, pupil personnel services and the school administrative team. Held in the large and small gymnasium, more than 20 vendors set up booths for students and faculty to acquire information about personal improvement for mind, body and nutrition.

The Connetquot High School Wellness Suite described wellness as “the act of practicing healthy habits on a daily business to attain better physical and mental health outcomes, so that instead of just surviving, you’re thriving.”

Principal Michael Moran described the event as having something for everyone. “We’re exposing kids to health venues they’ve either never been to or didn’t know existed. It’s great that we can bring these resources in one place to them.”

There were classes on meditation and core exercise, as well as vendors introducing healthy food options. Students could make bracelets and pet rocks to ease anxiety, sit in a therapy chair to relieve stress or try making soothing sounds with lotus bowls.

The day was an overall success in that students were supplied with information about wellness as it pertains to mind, body and nutrition.

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Date Added: 5/23/2023

Connetquot Artist Selected for Heckscher Museum Best in Show Exhibit

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The artwork of Connetquot High School student artist Parker Lyon was among 91 submissions elected to be exhibited in The Heckscher Museum’s Best in Show Exhibit, which runs from April 29-June 4.

Parker, who is currently enrolled in Computer Graphics, created a reactionary piece after a field trip to The Heckscher Museum. His art was created in Photoshop using photographs taken on an earlier field trip to the Southampton Arts Center and a variety of techniques using filters, layer making and digital manipulation.

The Connetquot Central School District congratulates Parker on this outstanding accomplishment.

Date Added: 5/19/2023

Sofia Policano to attend National Youth Leadership Forum for Engineering

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Sophomore Sofia Policano will join outstanding students from across the nation to take part in the prestigious National Youth Leadership Forum: Engineering, to be held this summer at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech).

NYLF Engineering is one of the Envision by WorldStrides family of programs that provides opportunities for students to explore their interests and experience learning outside the classroom. With the goal of becoming an architect, Sofia is looking forward to an introduction of engineering concepts, gaining hands-on experience with industry experts, and participating in real-world problems in the program-long Capstone Impact Challenge.

Sofia has made the Principal’s High Honor Roll every semester of her high school career and excels at math and science. She was recently inducted as an inaugural member of the Connetquot High School chapter of the National English Honor Society and is an Advanced Placement student. Sofia is also an avid dancer and artists, as well as a member of the high school’s Kickline team and competition teams.

The Connetquot Central School District congratulates Sofia on this outstanding accomplishment.

Date Added: 5/11/2023

At the Head of the Class

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Connetquot High School seniors Edward Fieseler and Fariha Annass were named valedictorian and salutatorian of the Class of 2023, respectively. The incredible student standouts demonstrated a tireless commitment to academic excellence throughout high school, with a diverse assortment of academic, athletic and extracurricular accomplishments.

Valedictorian and student government class president Edward Fieseler is an Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction and is a member of the National Honor Society, founder of the English Honor Society, vice president of the World Language Honor Society, and a member of both the history and math honor societies. He is a first-chair cellist of the school string quartet and chamber orchestra and a member of the Tri-M Music Honor Society. Edward also excels athletically as an All-County and All-State track member and was a member of the Sprint Medley relay national champion team. Edward will attend the University of Notre Dame in the fall where he plans on pursuing a career in physics and computer science with an emphasis in quantum physics research.

Salutatorian Fariha Annass is also an AP Scholar with Distinction and a member of the National Honor Society, as well as the math (Mu Alpha Theta), Science National Honor Society, Rho Kappa (social studies) World Language and National Art honor societies. She was also the recipient of a New York Institute of Technology research grant award and a Long Island Science Congress honors award. Fariha is a founding member and president of Educational Opportunity for Underprivileged Students, Science Olympiad treasurer and a former member of the Helping Hands, Interact, Anti-Bullying and SADD clubs. She is a guitarist and tutor, as well as an IT assistant at BirdsView LLC. This fall, Fariha will attend Stony Brook University where she will study bio-health sciences on her way to pursuing a career as a cardiologist.

The Connetquot Central School District congratulates both Edward and Fariha on this outstanding accomplishment.

Date Added: 5/9/2023

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