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Amityville Memorial High School

Address: 250 Merrick Road, Amityville, NY 11701
Main Office: (631) 565‑6100
Principal: Ms. Mary Stephens
Asst. Principal: Dr. John Cardone
Acting Asst. Principal: Mr. Kenneth Coard
Dean of Students: Ms. Natasha Lim
School Hours: 7:10 a.m.‑2:00 p.m.

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Amityville celebrates 21st-century learning during STREAM Night

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On May 13, the Amityville School District held its annual STREAM Night celebration for students from grades pre-K-5.

The celebration was held at Amityville Memorial High School’s gymnasium and cafeteria in which students enjoyed the wonders of 21st-century learning. Along with their families, students explored the burgeoning disciplines of science, technology, robotics, engineering, the arts and mathematics.

Additionally, members of the National Junior Honor Society set up different stations throughout the gymnasium as students participated in a variety of activities such as a cup pyramid challenge, a pipe cleaner tower challenge, a slime bar, KEVA planks and more.

Photo caption: 1-13: On May 13, the Amityville School District held its annual STREAM Night celebration for students from grades pre-K-5 at Amityville Memorial High School.

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Date Added: 5/14/2024

 

 

Amityville School District’s students, teachers celebrate the solar eclipse

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Students, teachers and administrators throughout the Amityville School District participated in numerous activities to celebrate the solar eclipse on April 8.

Amityville’s youngest learners at Northeast Elementary School participated in arts and crafts as they learned about the rare occurrence of a solar eclipse. Middle school and high school students and teachers in the district observed the solar eclipse at 3:25 p.m. through the use of eclipse glasses.

People throughout the district were excited to be a part of this historical event.

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Date Added: 4/10/2024