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50 Mountain Avenue, Bayville, New York  11709

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The Intermediate School houses grades 3-5 with an enrollment of 225 students. The program is enhanced by an instrumental music program where students are given the opportunity to exercise their talents with strings, wind and choral classes. Leadership potential is fostered by our student council program. 


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    Fifth Graders Prepare for Middle School

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    Fifth graders from Bayville and Locust Valley intermediate schools recently traveled to Locust Valley Middle School for sixth grade orientation. The goal was to get the incoming sixth graders acclimated to their new school before the fall. 

    The students gathered in the mini-theater where middle school student leaders addressed the group and answered their frequently asked questions. The fifth graders then took a brief tour of the school with the students and participated in a fun activity outside where they were able to meet their pen pal from the other side of town. The orientation program was a great way for the incoming sixth graders to connect with others and get a glimpse of what the new school year will look like. 

    Talented Student-Artists Included in Virtual Exhibit

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    Twelve students from across the Locust Valley Central School District were recently featured in the virtual Art in the HeART Student Art Exhibit. The exhibit was established by the New York State Art Teachers Association Region 9 and celebrates the amazing artwork from Nassau County students. Students are nominated by their teachers and Locust Valley is one of 18 Nassau County school districts to participate this year. Congratulations to the following Locust Valley student-artists who are included in this year’s exhibit:
    Oriana Acosta – Bayville Intermediate School
    Shannon Aguirre – Locust Valley Intermediate School
    AnnaMaria Argyelan – Bayville Primary School
    Emma Lapointe – Bayville Primary School
    Cici Liu – Locust Valley Intermediate School
    Natalie Martinovich – Ann MacArthur Primary School
    Quinn Reinecke – Bayville Primary School
    Lilly Ricketts – Bayville Intermediate School
    Ethan Sabow – Locust Valley Intermediate School
    Dashiell Santoro – Bayville Intermediate School
    Olivia Shen – Ann MacArthur Primary School
    Arianah Tate – Ann MacArthur Primary School

    Locust Valley Teacher Receives Excellence in Social Studies Award

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    Kelly Price, a fifth grade teacher at Bayville Intermediate School, received the Margaret Simon Award for Excellence in Elementary Social Studies Education from the Long Island Council for the Social Studies.

    To receive this award, a teacher must not only advocate social studies on the elementary level but integrate its study into multiple facets of the elementary program. Nominated by Coordinator of Social Studies and Business Bryan Sarandrea, Ms. Price is described as going above and beyond to cultivate civic knowledge and responsibility in her classroom.

    “The emergence of Mrs. Price as a champion for elementary social studies has allowed her to provide leadership on important district social studies initiatives,” Mr. Sarandrea said. “She is an inspiration to her students and colleagues and is the perfect candidate for recognition as an outstanding elementary school social studies teacher.”

    Ms. Price developed a classroom social studies program called “We Have Character,” which not only ties in with other classroom subjects but provides students the opportunity to collaborate with younger students. Ms. Price’s classroom regularly collaborates with second-grade teacher Dani Schatz. Each month, the fifth graders are taught and focus on a new character trait, becoming teachers and mentors to the younger students through specially designed activities centered around the introduced trait. Some of the activities included thank-you letters and a panel interview with local veterans. They collectively created “Jars of Joy,” jars filled with messages to boost first responders’ spirits. They also displayed empathy and provided emotional support by gifting cards and sunglasses to the Matthew Fetzer Foundation, a children’s cancer foundation.

    “My goal with social studies is to teach students to become better human beings and to learn the value of citizenship,” Ms. Price said.

    As a winner of the Margaret Simon Award for Excellence in Elementary Social Studies Education, Ms. Price will be honored at an award ceremony on June 9. She will also have the opportunity to present her program at the 41st annual LICSS Conference.

    The district congratulates Ms. Price on this outstanding accomplishment.

    Date Added: 5/13/2022