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Coming Together to Create Success

More than 130 people attended the district’s Bilingual Nights, an event that brings the community together and offers support to Spanish-speaking families to make them feel more comfortable being part of their children’s school lives.
The two-night event was organized and moderated by teaching assistant Cyndy Ergen, who translates documents into Spanish for the school district and communicates with Spanish-speaking families on behalf of the schools. Held at Bayville Primary School on March 13 and at Locust Valley Intermediate School on March 14, this year’s turnout was far greater than those held in the past four years.
“As word gets out about how helpful these programs are, more Spanish-speaking families want to attend,” Ms. Ergen said. She explained that the information offered helps parents understand the support available in the schools for them and for their children. “We explain how to use the website and how to translate the website into Spanish, who to call with various questions and who is in charge of different departments.”
Administrators representing areas such as special education, curriculum and health education spoke to the attendees, with Ms. Ergen translating their presentations into Spanish as they spoke.
Representatives from the local libraries provided information on their services, and various businesses donated items such as bags, reusable water bottles, toothbrushes and keychains.
“These presentations prove that bringing the community together is beneficial for everyone,” Ms. Ergen said. “The families are very thankful that we want to help them become more involved in their children’s education.”

As Henry Ford once said about teamwork, “Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, working together is success.”

AP/IB Review Sessions

Click the link below for the schedule of AP/IB review sessions. Check back often for updates.

IB/AP Review Session Schedule

Senior Fashion Show Information

The Senior Fashion Show on April 11 at 7:15 p.m. promises to be a night of fun for everyone. Coordinated by the Locust Valley Parents' Council, the event is a fundraiser for the senior prom.

See attached flyer for details.


All-County Honors for Artists

Daniel Dessner poses with his artwork
The artwork of 12 Locust Valley students earned All-County Honors and was included in the Art Supervisors Association All-County Art Exhibit on March 10 at Farmingdale State College.

Senior Daniel Dessner was selected as a recipient of the Art Supervisors Association Senior Scholarship Award and was presented with his award at a ceremony during the art exhibit. Daniel’s artwork was displayed with a gold seal in the exhibit, designating him 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. 

Congratulations to the honorees and their art teachers!

The All-County Honorees are:

Genna Cecchini, Grade 9
Christopher Cooney, Grade 7
Isabella Craft, Grade 8
Daniel Dessner, Grade 12 – Scholarship Winner
Matthew Fazio, Grade 6
Emma Ginsberg, Grade 8
Jillian Kanzer, Grade 11
Tighe Mullarkey, Grade 9
Julianna Nabet, Grade 8
Daniella Orlassino, Grade 12
Jackson Palmer, Grade 9
Noelle Valdinoto, Grade 9

Monday Night at the Movies - March 25

All community members are invited to attend a free screening of high school student films on Monday, March 25 at 7 p.m. in the high school mini-theater.

Many of these films have been entered in the Locust Valley High School Film Festival at which LVHS students often win awards.

See attached flyer for more information.