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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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    Locust Valley Artists Honored

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    The artwork of 15 Locust Valley students earned All-County Honors and was chosen for inclusion in the Art Supervisors Association All-County 2020 Art Exhibit on March 15 at Farmingdale State College.

Senior Nitha Paulus was selected as a recipient of the Art Supervisors Association Senior Scholarship Award and will be presented with her award at a ceremony during the art exhibit. Nitha’s artwork will be displayed with a gold seal in the exhibit, designating her as a scholarship recipient. 

The Art Supervisors Association honors students in kindergarten through grade 12 who have demonstrated excellence in a wide variety of two-dimensional visual art forms, including drawing, painting, printmaking, computer graphics and photography. 

The one-day exhibit will take place from 12-4 p.m. in the college’s Roosevelt Hall, with a scholarship ceremony at 11 a.m.

Congratulations to the honorees and their art teachers!

Bayville Intermediate School
Blake Entin, Grade 4
Skylar Seele, Grade 5
William Yarocki, Grade 5

Locust Valley Intermediate School
Savannah Hach, Grade 4
Keira McHugh, Grade 4
Luke Wills, Grade 4

Locust Valley High School
Julianna Nabet, Grade 9
    Clare Simon, Grade 9
Gianna Spinelli, Grade 9
Alisha Uduevbo, Grade 9
Sophia Sinkoff, Grade 10
Noelle Valdinoto, Grade 10
Gerardo Castillo, Grade 11
Kaitlyn Neves, Grade 12
Nitha Paulus, Grade 12 – Scholarship Winner
     
    The artwork of 15 Locust Valley students earned All-County Honors and was chosen for inclusion in the Art Supervisors Association All-County 2020 Art Exhibit on March 15 at Farmingdale State College.

Senior Nitha Paulus was selected as a recipient of the Art Supervisors Association Senior Scholarship Award and will be presented with her award at a ceremony during the art exhibit. Nitha’s artwork will be displayed with a gold seal in the exhibit, designating her as a scholarship recipient. 

The Art Supervisors Association honors students in kindergarten through grade 12 who have demonstrated excellence in a wide variety of two-dimensional visual art forms, including drawing, painting, printmaking, computer graphics and photography. 

The one-day exhibit will take place from 12-4 p.m. in the college’s Roosevelt Hall, with a scholarship ceremony at 11 a.m.

Congratulations to the honorees and their art teachers!

Bayville Intermediate School
Blake Entin, Grade 4
Skylar Seele, Grade 5
William Yarocki, Grade 5

Locust Valley Intermediate School
Savannah Hach, Grade 4
Keira McHugh, Grade 4
Luke Wills, Grade 4

Locust Valley High School
Julianna Nabet, Grade 9
    Clare Simon, Grade 9
Gianna Spinelli, Grade 9
Alisha Uduevbo, Grade 9
Sophia Sinkoff, Grade 10
Noelle Valdinoto, Grade 10
Gerardo Castillo, Grade 11
Kaitlyn Neves, Grade 12
Nitha Paulus, Grade 12 – Scholarship Winner
    The artwork of 15 Locust Valley students earned All-County Honors and was chosen for inclusion in the Art Supervisors Association All-County 2020 Art Exhibit.

    Senior Nitha Paulus was selected as a recipient of the Art Supervisors Association Senior Scholarship Award and will be presented with her award at a ceremony during the art exhibit. Nitha’s artwork will be displayed with a gold seal in the exhibit, designating her as a scholarship recipient. 

    The Art Supervisors Association honors students in kindergarten through grade 12 who have demonstrated excellence in a wide variety of two-dimensional visual art forms, including drawing, painting, printmaking, computer graphics and photography. 

    The one-day exhibit has been canceled due the closure of the facility. 

    Congratulations to the honorees and their art teachers!

    Bayville Intermediate School:
    Blake Entin, Grade 4
    Skylar Seele, Grade 5
    William Yarocki, Grade 5

    Locust Valley Intermediate School:
    Savannah Hach, Grade 4
    Keira McHugh, Grade 4
    Luke Wills, Grade 4

    Locust Valley High School:
    Julianna Nabet, Grade 9
    Clare Simon, Grade 9
    Gianna Spinelli, Grade 9
    Alisha Uduevbo, Grade 9
    Sophia Sinkoff, Grade 10
    Noelle Valdinoto, Grade 10
    Gerardo Castillo, Grade 11
    Kaitlyn Neves, Grade 12
    Nitha Paulus, Grade 12 – Scholarship Winner
     
    The artwork of 15 Locust Valley students earned All-County Honors and was chosen for inclusion in the Art Supervisors Association All-County 2020 Art Exhibit on March 15 at Farmingdale State College.

Senior Nitha Paulus was selected as a recipient of the Art Supervisors Association Senior Scholarship Award and will be presented with her award at a ceremony during the art exhibit. Nitha’s artwork will be displayed with a gold seal in the exhibit, designating her as a scholarship recipient. 

The Art Supervisors Association honors students in kindergarten through grade 12 who have demonstrated excellence in a wide variety of two-dimensional visual art forms, including drawing, painting, printmaking, computer graphics and photography. 

The one-day exhibit will take place from 12-4 p.m. in the college’s Roosevelt Hall, with a scholarship ceremony at 11 a.m.

Congratulations to the honorees and their art teachers!

Bayville Intermediate School
Blake Entin, Grade 4
Skylar Seele, Grade 5
William Yarocki, Grade 5

Locust Valley Intermediate School
Savannah Hach, Grade 4
Keira McHugh, Grade 4
Luke Wills, Grade 4

Locust Valley High School
Julianna Nabet, Grade 9
    Clare Simon, Grade 9
Gianna Spinelli, Grade 9
Alisha Uduevbo, Grade 9
Sophia Sinkoff, Grade 10
Noelle Valdinoto, Grade 10
Gerardo Castillo, Grade 11
Kaitlyn Neves, Grade 12
Nitha Paulus, Grade 12 – Scholarship

    Emphasizing Important Lessons During Black History Month

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    Since character education is part of everyday life in Kelly Price’s fifth grade class at Bayville Intermediate School, celebrating Black History Month fit right into the curriculum. 

    Mrs. Price said learning about tolerance, civil rights and doing the right thing is an important part of fifth grade. “Teaching social issues within the curriculum and connecting those issues to those that fifth graders actually face on a daily basis helps bring the curriculum to life,” she said.

    Mrs. Price did just that, bringing the curriculum to life by celebrating impactful African Americans through skits. Students helped to write the skits, which they performed on Feb. 28 for each other and a few special visitors.

    The scripts, which focused on Berry Gordy, Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks and Jackie Robinson, each started with a conflict and then asked, what would that famous person do in that situation? One skit depicted students telling a new classmate where she had to sit on the bus and then they asked, “What would Rosa Parks do?” The scene froze while one fifth grader gave a brief biography of Rosa Parks and explained her importance in history. The scene then continued with the actors welcoming the new student to sit with them, emulating the values that Rosa Parks displayed. Other skits included conflicts revolving around group texting, choosing teams for a softball game and criticizing others’ taste in music, topics the students relate to.

    Bryan Sarandrea, coordinator of social studies and business, K-12, said the activity was an excellent way to incorporate the lessons of Black History Month. “Mrs. Price has done a great job promoting tolerance and civic values throughout this unit,” he said. “This activity allows students to understand the central ideas of the civil rights movement in a creative and authentic way. I was so impressed with how the skits the students created showed the relevance of the topics to their own lives.”
     

    Students Become Editors

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    Fourth and fifth graders at Bayville Intermediate School became real editors when author Jen Calonita led a workshop in which she gave them her own rough draft to review. 

    The students looked for typos, grammatical errors and run-on sentences in the first draft of her book, “Outlaws.” Ms. Calonita provided what she described as the unedited version of the beginning of the book. The students found errors in capitalization, grammar and spelling.

    They were reminded that spell check often does not catch spelling errors if a word can be spelled more than one way. The author also emphasized that even professional writers must reread their writing to correct errors, improve sentence structure and finetune the story.

    After their editing work was done, Ms. Calonita provided students with the final version of the same pages so they could understand how reviewing their own work is a worthwhile investment in time.

    Bayville Intermediate School librarian Paige Coppola said the workshop was unique and reinforced the lessons the students learn in class. “Author visits are always educational,” she said. “Having the opportunity to edit the author’s own work shows our young writers why we tell them to reread and revise their own writing.” 

    The district thanks the Bayville Parents Council for bringing this author event to the school.