2018/2019 CODE OF CONDUCT SUMMARY
This past weekend, the High School Olympiad Team headed to Syracuse to compete in the New York State Science Olympiad Competition which was held at LeMoyne College. Science Teacher and Advisor, Briana Becker said the team worked extremely hard and placed within the top ten in two events. Seniors Owen Kells and Andrew Ge placed 10th in Circuit Lab, while Freshman Rachel Ma and Sophomore Elliot Klayman placed 4th in Mousetrap Vehicle. Ms. Becker said, "The students represented Hauppauge extremely well and we are so proud of their work!" We are proud of them too! Congratulations to this great team of hardworking students! GO EAGLES !!!
DECA students attended the New York State Career Conference this past week. The students earned top ten honors in several categories. In addition, the team of Bradley Hays, Michael Poma and Jared Shelby placed NUMBER ONE IN THE STATE! They have now qualified to move on to compete at the International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Florida! Congratulations to these students on their efforts and accomplishments! Click on the article title to read about the winners.
Hauppauge High School Social Workers, Shannon Griffin and Colleen Ruffini, have created an informative page for students to provide help for them to help each other. This is an important resource page for students as well as staff and parents. Click on the title of this article!
This past weekend marked the culmination of an outstanding season for the Hauppauge Wrestling Team! They sent three wrestlers to the New York State Championships in Albany. Click on the article title to read all about the team and NYS Champion, Danny Mauriello!
Congratulations are in order all around for Forest Brook Elementary School on the completion of the "LightSail New Year's Challenge!" They placed SECOND IN THE NATION!!! Winners of the challenge are Grace Galarza with 4,567 minutes read in first place at Forest Brook and fifth place in the nation. Ryan Sapugay read 4,542 minutes and came in second and sixth in the nation. Ms. Gatto's and Ms. Huber's class came in First Place at Forest Brook with a total of 54,154 minutes read. Click on the article for more information on this challenge!
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