Floral Park Memorial’s Ecology Club held its annual beach cleanup on Sept. 19. Twenty-three students worked together to clean up around Zach's Bay at Jones Beach.
Students and staff at Sewanhaka High School supported Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing the color pink on Oct. 2.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has recognized seven New Hyde Park Memorial seniors as Commended Students in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program
Sewanhaka Central High School District’s Career and Technical Education students had an opportunity to put their knowledge and problem-solving abilities to the test when the Army’s STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) vehicle visited their school.
District officials, Board of Education members and community members gathered for ribbon-cutting ceremonies throughout September to celebrate all five of the Sewanhaka Central High School District’s new athletic fields.
The district was awarded TregoEd’s inaugural Benjamin B. Tregoe Award for Strategic Leadership in Education at its September Board of Education meeting.
Sewanhaka High School’s Daniel Drucker and Sidney Saint-Hilaire have been named Commended Students in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Elmont Memorial eighth-grader Nneka Emeagwali and senior Kengsley Jean-Gilles were named Model Citizens of the Month for September.
Floral Park Memorial students Pawan S. Mirchandani and Mahesh Tiwari have been recognized as Commended Students in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Carey held its annual club fair on Sept. 22, giving students an opportunity to meet with representatives from the many extracurricular clubs available at the school.
The College Board has named 135 former and current Floral Park Memorial students AP Scholars based on their outstanding performance on the May 2015 AP exams.
Students, spectators and administrators gathered at Floral Park Memorial for the annual homecoming parade and game on Sept. 26.
Sewanhaka High School’s Green Club took over Hempstead Lake State Park with eager hands and can-do attitudes on Sept. 19. The “Greenies,” with the presence of their adviser Yvonne Sherwood, removed litter from the shoreline for a few hours.
The New Hyde Park Memorial community demonstrated an abundance of school spirit during the school’s annual homecoming parade and game.
The district celebrated 1956 Sewanhaka High School graduate and former New York Jets defensive tackle Paul Rochester in a ceremony that included the presentation of an NFL football to the high school, recognizing Rochester’s Super Bowl III play.
The district is pleased to announce the addition of college-level world language courses for students at H. Frank Carey and New Hyde Park Memorial high schools.
Click here to view a video of the district's stadium upgrades and new roof construction.
Floral Park Memorial seventh-graders Jessica Supreme and Brianna Taylor received a New Beginnings Award from the Jamaica Square Improvement League to commemorate their start of school at Floral Park Memorial High School.
New Hyde Park Memorial seniors Grace Lee, Vinay Maddula and Emily Park have been selected as semifinalists in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program.
The district is pleased to announce that H. Frank Carey senior Bradley Spicher has been recognized for musical excellence by the New York State School Music Association and will perform with the All-State Symphonic Band at the 2015 NYSSMA Winter Conference in Rochester on Dec. 3-6.
District officials, Board of Education members and the Elmont Memorial school community gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the school’s new athletic field.
Students were eager and ready for a year of academic learning when the 2015-16 school year kicked off on Sept. 3. Around the district, administrators from Elmont Memorial, Floral Park Memorial, H. Frank Carey, New Hyde Park and Sewanhaka high schools were on hand to assist students in finding their classes.
Sewanhaka Central High School District’s professional staff joined administrators and Board of Education members at the district’s opening day ceremony on Sept. 1 at Sewanhaka High School.
The Sewanhaka Central High School District has launched a communication portal aimed at making it easier for district officials to communicate with the community.
This month we celebrate the 86th year of instruction in the Sewanhaka Central High School District. Before our students arrived on September 3rd, our professional staff returned on August 27th for our Opening Day Program, during which we welcomed new and returning faculty and staff. We also honored our Teachers of the Year and employees who have been with the District for 25 years or more.
The Sewanhaka Central High School District would like to invite members of the community to attend ribbon-cutting ceremonies to commemorate the completed renovations of the Elmont Memorial High School, Floral Park Memorial High School, H. Frank Carey High School, New Hyde Park Memorial High School and Sewanhaka High School athletic fields.
At their Aug. 25 meeting, members of Sewanhaka Central High School District’s Board of Education presented a former student with her high school diploma, more than 35 years after she had attended school in the district.
The Board of Education recognizes that on occasion, students may forget to bring money for meals to school. To ensure that each student has the ability to purchase lunch, the Board will allow students who may forget money for meals to “charge” the cost of meals to be paid back at a later date, subject to the terms established in Board Policy 5154A.
The summer months at Sewanhaka Central High School District have been filled with anticipation as certain renovations approved as part of the district’s May 2014 bond referendum near fruition.
Sewanhaka Central High School District has launched a Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sewanhaka-Central-High-School-District/1621468398125144.
A convenient online meal payment service. Parents, you can now logon to www.myschoolbucks.com to pay for your student’s meals, manage meal balances, and see what your student has purchased!
A number of important changes are being planned for implementation next fall with the incoming 7th grade. These changes will assist students with the transition from elementary to secondary school, and will better prepare more students to access advanced level opportuntities when they get to high school.