Howitt Middle Schools’ gardening committee broke ground in early October on a sustainable schoolyard habitat. The committee—a mix of students, teachers, and administrators—gathered in the interior courtyard with gloves, rakes, shovels, and hoes to dig out all the non-native plants and prepare the area for fall planting.
Farmingdale High School hosted a presentation by the Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (LICADD) this past Wednesday for all its students. Principal Dr. Samuel Thompson made it a point to reference the increasing popularity of vaping, and the fact that little is known about its long-term effects.
The Daler Store is open for cold weather attire! Long sleeve t-shirts, pull-overs, hoodies, jackets, vests, hats & more. The store closes on Sunday November 4, 2018. Click on the link below to access the store. The delivery address should be the school where you work—all orders will be delivered there.
Farmingdale’s 5th annual district-wide Pink-Out Day was held on Friday, October 12, 2018. The initiative, championed by Mia Smith—an 8th grader at Howitt Middle School—raised money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation by selling hot pink t-shirts via an online store.
Phase One of Farmingdale’s community-focused, public school sports complex and aquatic center is complete, and students have already put the eagerly anticipated multi-purpose field to use. Located on the property of Weldon E. Howitt Middle School, the field borders Van Cott Avenue and Secatogue Avenue. An adjacent parking lot has also been completed.
Farmingdale High School is seeking nominations for their 22nd annual Wall of Fame Induction. The Wall of Fame—located in the FHS lobby—was established to honor distinguished Farmingdale High School alumni. It displays plaques of all honorees for future generation to admire and reflect.
The Farmingdale Dalers won their homecoming game against the Syosset Braves by a score of 28-0 last Friday night. Spirited Farmingdale football fans reveled in the beautiful autumn evening to watch the game and the halftime performances—which were nothing short of spectacular.
Twenty Howitt Middle School students, who participated in community service projects over the summer, received certificates of appreciation at Howitt’s first PTA meeting—held September 27th, 2018.
9:15 AM JV Football @ Home vs. Hempstead
1:00 PM Varsity Football @ Hempstead
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Online College Application Workshop for HS Seniors - Computer Lab
7:30 PM FYC Meeting @ Howitt BOE Room