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LOCUST VALLEY MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL

2021-2022 Daily Schedule



Bus Arrivals & Riders Dismissed from Bus… 7:25 AM 

Student Drivers Arrive & Enter School… 7:35 AM - 7:45 AM

Parent Drop-Off / Non-Bus Rider Arrival & Entry... 7:35 AM - 7:45 AM


Homeroom……………………   7:40 AM - 8:00 AM


Period 1……………………….   8:00 AM - 8:40 AM


Period 2……………………….   8:44 AM - 9:24 AM


Period 3……………………….   9:28 AM - 10:08 AM


Period 4………………………. 10:12 AM - 10:52 AM


Period 5……………………….. 10:56 AM - 11:36 AM


Period 6……………………….. 11:40 AM - 12:20 PM


Period 7……………………….. 12:24 PM - 1:04 PM


Period 8………………………..   1:08 PM - 1:48 PM


Period 9………………………..   1:52 PM - 2:32 PM


Dismissal………………………   2:32 PM - 2:37 PM


    Bus Riders Dismissed from Class… 2:32 PM

    Student Drivers Dismissed from Class… 2:32 PM 

  Non-Bus Riders Dismissed from Class... 2:37 PM    

Parent Pick-Ups…..................................... 2:45 PM

 

Late Bus Leaves LVMS/HS:

3:49 p.m.
4:40 p.m.
5:40 p.m.
6:40 p.m.



LVHS Freshman Accepted to Elite Math Program

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Locust Valley High School freshman Will Bodian has been accepted to the Institute for Creative Problem Solving for Gifted and Talented Students at SUNY College at Old Westbury. From 450 nominated top-ranking students across Long Island, Will is one of only 85 math scholars selected for this elite program. This means that Will is among the top one-tenth of 1% in math of all ninth graders on Long Island. His acceptance was based on his school transcript, teacher recommendation, a student-written statement and a rigorous entrance exam.

“He is a truly gifted and talented math student,” said high school counselor Faith Keenan. She said that Will is very deserving of acceptance into this prestigious institute.

Will can expect to spend 50 hours in classes over the course of 20 Saturdays, studying mathematics and its applications, including algebra, geometry, discrete math and number theory. The curriculum also includes topics not included in standard courses of study such as problem-solving applied to probability, theory of finite differences, science applications and mass point geometry.

Congratulations to Will on this outstanding achievement!

Fall Athletes Earn Accolades

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Congratulations to Locust Valley High School student-athletes on earning division, conference, county and state honors for their performances during the fall athletic season. We are proud of all of our Falcons!

Nassau County 2021 Fall Section VIII Athletic Awards
First Name Last Name Grade Sport Award
Christian DeBellis 12 Football All-Conference
Nicholas Amendolara 12 Football All-Conference & Academic All Conference
David Dostalek 10 Boys Volleyball All-Conference
Richard Watson 11 Boys Volleyball Unsung Hero
Benjamin Little 12 Boys Cross Country All-County
Theodore Burns 12 Boys Cross Country All-Conference
Michael Murcia Hernandez 10 Boys Cross Country All-Conference
Sienna Singe 9 Girls Cross Country All-County
Clare Simon 11 Girls Cross Country All-Conference
Sarah Paulus 9 Girls Cross Country All-Conference
Deirdre Fallon 11 Girls Cross Country All-Conference
Nicole Dostalek 12 Girls Cross Country All-Conference
Tess Barnaby 12 Girls Volleyball All-Conference
Holland Letter 12 Girls Volleyball All-County Honorable Mention
Daniel Ceja 10 Boys Soccer All-Conference
Daniel Greene 10 Boys Soccer All-Conference
William Guillen 10 Boys Soccer All-Conference
Cathrine French 12 Girls Tennis All-Conference
Emma Barnaby 12 Field Hockey Exceptional Senior
Olivia Del Tatto 11 Field Hockey All-State & All-County
Elizabeth Gresalfi 12 Field Hockey All-State & All-County
Danielle Jauregui 12 Field Hockey All-County Honorable Mention
Margaret Kuebler 11 Field Hockey All-County Honorable Mention
Emma Mandato 11 Field Hockcy All-County
Katerine Matozzo 12 Field Hockey All-County
Giovanna McCormack 12 Field Hockey All-League
Reily Roberts 10 Field Hockey All-Conference
Noelle Valdinoto 12 Field Hockey All-County
Laine DeNatale 12 Girls Soccer All-County
Stefany Donnelly 12 Girls Soccer All-Conference
Amber Linden 12 Girls Soccer All-Conference
Payton Tini 11 Girls Soccer All-Conference
Heather Loeffler 10 Girls Soccer All-Conference
Fall 2021 New York State Scholar-Athlete Teams
Boys Golf - TBA in Spring 2019
Boys Soccer - County Champions - First time in Locust Valley history
Cross Country - Boys & Girls Qualified as a Team for the State Qualifiers
Field Hockey - 3rd place in league
Girls Tennis - Qualified for County Small School Tournament 5th Seed
Girls Swim - State Championship - 8th in Backstroke 21st in Butterfly
Girls Soccer - Played in County Finals

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Superintendent's Spotlight

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Caitlin Bianco and Giavanna Villela promised to help boost student morale when they campaigned during Locust Valley High School student government elections. Winning the votes, and elected co-presidents, the high school seniors are making good on their campaign promises.

Their first random act of kindness was to place decorative leaves on the windows near the senior ramp, each one with a high school student's name written on it. The girls gained the support of fellow student government representatives who helped write all of the names. Caitlin and Giavanna said they hoped this small act of kindness would make all students feel loved and appreciated. They enjoy seeing students looking for their own names and getting excited when they find them and are already planning their next kindness initiative.


“I am proud to honor Caitlin and Giavanna for their efforts to ensure that all Locust Valley students feel included,” said Superintendent of Schools Kenneth E. Graham, Ed.D. “To hear the excitement in their voices when they talk about this project, which they spearheaded, is proof that being kind is truly a priority for them.”

Locust Valley High School Jesters Perform Live on Stage!

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Live theater is alive and well in Locust Valley! Locust Valley High School Jesters took to the stage to present the fall drama, “Almost, Maine,” to audiences during two performances. A Saturday evening performance on Nov. 20 opened to rave reviews and the Sunday matinee on Nov. 21 closed out the fall drama season, leaving everyone anticipating the spring musical.

“Almost, Maine” includes separate vignettes focused on quirky love stories, loosely connected, yet each unique. The love depicted in the drama is slightly absurd, yet heartfelt, leaving the audience feeling hopeful.

The Jesters’ performances were sincere and believable, transforming the stage into the fictional town called Almost, Maine. The stage crew created sets that produced the feel of a northeastern town in the middle of winter and costumes reinforced the chill in the air.

Bravo to the cast and crew on a beautiful performance!

Coach of the Year

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Varsity boys soccer coach Joseph Lee has been selected as the 2021 Nassau County Boys Soccer Coach of the Year, earning the Peter LeSueur Award. The recipient of this award is chosen by the Nassau County Boys Soccer Committee based on the overall results of the year and the coach’s service to the sport.

Al Freeman, Nassau County Boys Soccer Coordinator, said that Coach Lee “has been one of the backbones of boys soccer for a number of years, and combined with Locust Valley’s success this year, he was certainly an ideal candidate.” Coach Lee led this year’s team to earn the title of Nassau County Class B Champions, a first in the history of the Locust Valley boys soccer program.

“There is nobody more deserving of this award than Coach Lee,” said Danielle Turner, Ed.D., Locust Valley’s director of physical education, health and athletics. “On the surface, we see a great soccer team which is well-coached and well-trained, but behind the scenes, Coach Lee goes above and beyond to make sure that each of his athletes keeps up with their school schedules and family.” Dr. Turner said that Coach Lee acts as the players’ “school dad” and has earned the respect of his team and fellow coaches. “We are so proud of Coach Lee and the entire boys’ soccer team on this historic season!” she said.

Congratulations to Coach Lee on this well-deserved recognition!