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190 Seventh Street
Bohemia, NY 11716-1331
Acting Principal: Michael A. Moran
631-244-2228, ext. 1010    

  • For Thursday, March 4, 2021

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Originally dedicated in 1963, today Connetquot High School serves a population of more than 2,000 students from the communities of Bohemia, Sayville, Oakdale, and Ronkonkoma. A comprehensive high school dedicated to superior outcomes for all students, Connetquot High School affords its students a diverse course offering providing a wide variety of educational opportunities in the arts, humanities, math, science, and technology. The majority of Connetquot High School students graduate with regents diplomas and approximately ninety percent of graduates go on to higher education.

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Lessons in Financial Literacy

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High schoolers from Connetquot Central School District’s chapter of the National Business Honor Society recently conducted a virtual presentation on financial literacy and entrepreneurship for fifth graders from the district’s Helen B. Duffield Elementary School.

The high schoolers utilized an educational module from nonprofit Junior Achievement USA, which featured topics such as money-management skills, goods and services, and global markets. Connetquot Central School District thanks Laila Zivkovic, Catherine Rozario, Brigid Murphy, Samantha Ortiz, Jessica Fieseler, Melanie Walsh, Olivia Amberger, Aidan Mallon and Emma Cochran for sharing their knowledge and acting as positive mentors for the younger students.

CHS National Business Honor Society Chapter Grows

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Twenty-eight juniors and seniors from Connetquot High School were recently inducted into the National Business Honor Society via a virtual induction ceremony hosted by the school’s chapter. Eligibility for this honor is contingent on having taken at least three business courses and maintaining a high GPA both in business courses and overall. Connetquot Central School District proudly congratulates these students on their accomplishments.

CHS Students Lend Helping Hands

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Members of Connetquot High School’s Helping Hands Club stay true to the group’s name, regularly dedicating themselves to various philanthropic endeavors throughout the local community. Since its inception, the club has done a plethora of good deeds, from donating backpacks filled with school supplies to local families in need, to providing holiday meals to community members, to fundraising for those struggling due to unfortunate circumstances such as illness, death, house fires and loss of jobs.

Currently, the club is participating in “The Takeout Project,” a Long Island-based initiative that provides local food pantries with gift cards to local restaurants in an effort to feed community members in need while bolstering local businesses that may be struggling due to the pandemic. Connetquot’s Helping Hands Club is collecting both gift cards and monetary donations to help “The Takeout Project” achieve its goal.

Connetquot Central School District thanks all members of the Helping Hands Club, as well as its advisers Susan Schiappa and Lynn Parks, for the continued altruism they offer to the Connetquot community, which truly makes it a better place.

Long Island Voices Choir ‘Seizes the Day’

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Here is a sneak peak of Connetquot High School's Long Island Voices Choir rehearsing a performance of "Seize the Day" from the musical Newsies.

In this video, the students are dancing to their own performance of the piece. Each member created a voice recording from home and submitted it through Google Classroom. Choir director James Nagle then combined and engineered the tracks to create a virtual choir performance. Junior Madeleine DiGaetano developed the choreography and led dance rehearsals for all members.

While the group looks forward to the day when they can perform live on stage in front of an audience, they continue to make music an interesting, meaningful and enjoyable part of their education at Connetquot.

A Classroom Lesson in ‘a League of its Own’

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After watching the 1992 hit film “A League of Their Own” as part of their unit on the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, students in Ross Cataldo’s Sports in Literature class at Connetquot High School had the unique opportunity to have a virtual conversation with actress Tracy Reiner – who played Betty “Spaghetti” Horn in the film – via Google Meet.

After being contacted by Costaldo, Reiner, whose mother Penny Marshall directed and produced “A League of Their Own,” spoke to the class about the film and its cultural and historical significance. The students, including both in-person and virtual learners, also had a chance to ask Reiner questions about her experience acting in the movie.

Connetquot Central School District thanks Reiner for so graciously offering her time and expertise to enhance the students’ learning experience in this special way.