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Oakdale-Bohemia Middle School

60 Oakdale-Bohemia Road
Oakdale, NY 11769-1395
Principal: Joseph Piombo
Assistant Principal: Danielle Black

Phone: 631-244-2268
Fax: 631-563-6167

Memorial Garden Fundraiser



We are pleased to inform you that on March 16th, the OBMS PTA is sponsoring an in-person visit from Holocaust survivor and world-traveling author, Marion Blumenthal Lazan.

We will be offering copies of Marion Blumenthal Lazan’s memoir, Four Perfect Pebbles in paperback for purchase for the sum of $8.00.  Checks can be made payable to OBMS PTA.



Caught Being Kind

Ornament Contest Winners


School Bus Clip Art

Click here for OBMS Field Trip information (8th grade only)





Cian Crowe   Noah Huff   Danny Liu

Tiffany Miksa   Jeffrey Paglino   Anna Reuss

Meylin Reyes Lopez   Zofia Slonina   

Furry Friends Support

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One of the tenets of the National Junior Honor Society is to give back to the community, as was the intention of Oakdale-Bohemia Middle School’s recent collection of dog and cat food, pet toys, treats, leashes, collars and paper towels for the Francesca’s Furry Fundraiser for the Kent Animal Shelter in Calverton. Because of the National Junior Honor Society’s generous donations, their furry friends will be provided much-needed essentials. 

Date Added: 1/18/2023

Oakdale-Bohemia Middle School Cheer Team Places First

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The district is pleased to announce that the Oakdale-Bohemia Middle School cheer team took home a first place win in the Small Division I category of the Section XI Middle School cheer competition, held at Walt Whitman High School on Jan. 8. Under the direction of coach Cheryl Towle, the team consists of 14 seventh and eighth grade girls, who have worked diligently throughout the fall season.

“I am so proud of all their hard work and determination this season,” Towle said. ”Each week the girls have a goal and every competition they climb one step closer to their goal.”

Date Added: 1/12/2023

Computer Science At RMS and OBMS

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During Let it Code Month this December, Mr. Brady presented a computer science lesson to Mrs. Flynn’s eighth grade math class at Ronkonkoma Middle School. Additionally, Mr. Brady presented a computer science lesson to Mr. Krakaur’s 8thgrade math class at Oakdale Bohemia Middle School.

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Date Added: 12/30/2022

Coding Presentation

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Mrs. LaRose’s middle school computer science lesson is presented to Mrs. Lorenzo’s seventhgrade math class at Oakdale Bohemia Middle School.

Date Added: 12/29/2022

Students Honored During Connetquot Board of Education Meeting

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During the Dec. 13 Connetquot Board of Education meeting, students received honors for special accomplishments achieved during the summer and the current semester of the 2022-2023 school year. 

Four eighth grade students were honored for making a perfect score when taking their first New York State Regents Exams, including them as members in the Superintendent’s 100 Club. Tessa Dolinger, Nadia Radi and Chase Reilly made a 100% on their Common Core Algebra 1 Regents Exams, while Declan Doran made a 100% on the Physical Setting/Earth Science Regents Exam. 

Science Research students were also honored for provisionally discovering an asteroid that makes a marginally close approach in orbit to Earth, using the Pan-STARRS telescope located on Haleakala (Maui). The students will have to wait until a couple of orbits have been completed to confirm that it is actually a new object. The research students are Zohayr Adnan, Alex Biondi, James Domozych, Amelia Gobetz, Severino Roderick and Lacy Stich. 

Several Connetquot High School students completed a summer internship program with local businesses as part of a school to work program. Director of Business and Social Studies Robert Cassagne said the program is a way for students to learn to be professionals and to find ways to succeed in the business world. Students honored included: Carrie Euceda-Luna, Megan McDougall and Amber Rogers-Wakefield who worked with supervisor Sandy Leon-Hoitsma of Leon Early Childcare Center; Kaylee Diaz who worked with supervisor Therese Panetta-Young of Panetta Physical Therapy, Isabella Kaspiev who worked with Edward Kotak Jr. of The Quintessential Experience; Ayaan Shaikh who worked with supervisor Madalyn Moeller of Clear Vision Optical; and Tyler Tripi who worked with Chris Coluccio of Techworks Consulting, Inc. 

The Connetquot Central School District congratulates these students on their outstanding accomplishments. 

Date Added: 12/21/2022

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