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501 Route 110, Amityville, NY 11701
Phone Number: 631-565-6200
Grades: 7-9

Principal: Mr. Edward Plaia
Assistant Principal/DASA Coordinator: Ms. Kristy Pagliari
Dean of Students: Mr. Earl Mitchell

Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 2:17 p.m.

Mission Statement

 


The goal of Edmund W. Miles Middle School is to promote the social, emotional, and intellectual growth of every single student. Our expectations will be high, because we believe that every single student has the capacity to succeed. Our focus is to provide a school setting that is safe and responsive to the educational and developmental needs of our students.  Our vision is shared by administrators, students, parents, community members, and all faculty and staff members.  This vision will enable all of our students to become excellent citizens and life-long learners.

 

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Middle School Marks Women’s History Month

Middle School Marks Women’s History Month photo

March is Women’s History Month and students at Edmund W. Miles Middle School paid tribute to many women who have made great contributions to society.

The theme for the women’s history celebration on March 23 was “Women in History Shouldn’t be a Mystery.” Teacher Latessa Clairborne hosted the program as Oprah Winfrey. Students shared original poetry and performed choreographed dances. They also played the part of notable women in politics, science and entertainment such as Michelle Obama, Marie Curie and Beyonce.  

The jazz band, under the direction of Joseph Sciolino, performed “It Don’t Mean a Thing if it Ain’t Got That Swing” accompanied by student vocalist Shaakirah Nazim-Haris who portrayed Ella Fitzgerald. The ninth-grade orchestra, led by Bianca Ferrante, played “Dragon Dances,” written by female composer Soon Hee Newbold. 

The show was organized by librarian Lynn Cesiro and middle school social studies Chairman Paul Duguay. 

“Back in history, women were not allowed to do the same things as men,” said ninth-grade D’Layzia Williams who portrayed Michelle Obama. “We came together to celebrate that women can do anything and honor those who made a difference.”



Sunday, April 22, 2018