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At the end of the school year, students in Denise Trainor’s Spanish classes at Connetquot High School wrote and produced this beautiful song which represents their patriotism and what it means to be a proud American. They were inspired to create this song after watching the documentary “Residente,” which tells the story of Latin America’s most decorated artist, Rene Perez, as he embarks on a global adventure to trace the footsteps of his ancestors.
Songwriting by: Gabriel Class, Kayla Finegan, Grace Garito, Craig Giaccone, Adian Howlader, Gavin Lane, Gregory Nicpon, Marlena Souce, Kylie Wixted
Vocals by: Katarina Donaldson
Music by: Katarina Donaldson, Gabriella Lane
On June 24, 455 seniors graduated from Connetquot High School during an outdoor ceremony held on the school football field. The event was attended by proud family members and friends and featured performances by the school band and senior members of the school chorus, as well as inspirational speeches by class valedictorian Isabella Ibraham, salutatorian Hayley Rodriguez and president Lisa Baldinucci.
Connetquot Central School District congratulates each and every member of the Class of 2021 and commends them on the hard work and resilience they espoused throughout their high school careers, wishing them nothing but success as they move forward in their educational journeys and lives.
Connetquot Central School District congratulates Charles Brown, Jaime Derenches, Shan Hussain and Xavier Wirtenson-Robinson, who recently graduated from the district’s Regional Alternative High School. The graduates received their diplomas at a ceremony held in Connetquot High School’s courtyard, which was attended by proud family members and followed by a reception in the school cafeteria.
Members of the Connetquot High School music department and kickline team recently performed a dynamic show in honor of the school’s graduating seniors. The event began with a rousing rendition of the national anthem by the Long Island Voices’ choir and was followed by an outstanding joint performance by the school’s marching band and kickline team featuring the music of Earth, Wind and Fire.