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Distance Learning Virtual Office Hours - Starting on April 13, 2020

To provide additional support for our students during the school closure, each school has established a set schedule of times for students to check-in with a faculty member for assistance with their academic needs.  Students may ask questions and seek help for material they may have difficulty understanding.  The schedule for each building is below:

Budget Vote Update

Please note that pursuant to Executive Order 202.13, the District's Annual (budget vote) Meeting and Election which was previously scheduled to occur on May 19, 2020, has been postponed until at least June 1, 2020, and is subject to further directive as to the timing, location or manner of voting.  In addition, the circulation, filing, and collection of any nominating petitions associated with the Annual Meeting and Election is also postponed.

World Autism Awareness Day

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For World Autism Awareness Day, Bethpage High School spring athletes and coaches wore blue and sent positive messages to support autism acceptance. Check out this video of some Golden Eagles showing their support, love and acceptance. 

Long Island Ethics Bowl

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The 11th Annual Long Island Ethics Bowl took place at Hofstra University where teams were presented with a series of wide-ranging ethical dilemmas and are asked to analyze them and debate the moral outcomes. Twenty-six teams from fourteen different high schools across Long Island matched wits over these ethical cases whose topics included forced chemotherapy, teacher strikes, forgiving student loan debt, and neutralizing our carbon footprint. Both Bethpage High School teams placed in the Top 5, which qualifies them for the Prindle Institute National High School Ethics Bowl in June 2020, which will be held in Indianapolis.  Congratulations to all of the students that competed!

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French Class Voyage to Quebec

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Students in John F. Kennedy Middle School's French 7 and 8 classes visited Quebec with Ms. Jaklitsch, Ms. Costello, Ms. Villanueva, and Mr. Choi.  During their voyage which spanned Saturday, March 7, 2020 through Tuesday, March 10, 2020, the students got to participate in many activities, including tobogganing at the Terrasse Dufferin (with a surprising fireworks display in the distant sky), experiencing the life of an 1800's British military soldier at the Martello Tower, tour of Old Quebec, visiting the Hotel de Glace de Quebec (Ice Hotel), snow tubing at Village Vacances Valcartier, walking the suspended bridge above the Montmorency Falls, visiting St. Anne de Beaupre, visiting the L'Atelier Pare (woodcarving shop) to learn about Quebec legends and stories, shopping at the Galeries de la Capitale (mall), dog-sledding and snowshoeing at L'Erabliere du Cap, dancing into the evening at the Sugar Shack, and learning how maple syrup is produced.  Students also got to try different foods synonymous to the region, including crepes, croissants, and poutine.  Special thanks to Ms. Jaklitsch for her dedicated planning and coordination of this trip and allowing the participating students to experience Quebec while practicing their French!

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