Three Farmingdale students who placed in the top three of their division of the Nassau County Chapter of the New York Association for Pupil Transportation’s (NYAPT) School Bus Safety Poster Contest have advanced to win at the state level.
Students at Howitt Middle School received a valuable lesson about internet safety from Floral Park Police Officer John Groshans during a school-wide assembly program held Thursday, September 20, 2018 in the auditorium.
Farmingdale High School Senior Alexander Felker was named a Class of 2019 Scholar-Artist by the Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA) during a ceremony held Wednesday, September 12th at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts at LIU Post.
This fall marks the beginning of a new chapter in Paul Defendini’s life as he assumes John Lorentz’s position of Superintendent of Schools. The Farmingdale Observer sent Defendini a questionnaire about his goals for the future of the school district as he takes on his new role.
Farmingdale High School English Teacher Diana Rossi has been named a teacher of influence at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Each academic year, freshman students at MIT are asked to share the name of a teacher who has been especially influential in their development.
Daniella Levanti, a graduate of Farmingdale High School’s Class of 2018 is a recipient of New York State’s Cary Gabay Scholarship, which honors exceptional students from disadvantaged backgrounds with full scholarships to SUNY schools. She is among only five winners in the state, and the only student to be chosen from Long Island.
New Superintendent of Schools Paul Defendini kicked-off the start of 2018-19 school year with Superintendent’s Conference Day—held Tuesday, September 4th at Farmingdale High School.
Farmingdale High School received an Award of Excellence from NYSPHSAA (New York State Public High School Athletic Association) for their exemplary display of sportsmanship, ethics, and integrity.
Albany Avenue Elementary School has been named a National PTA School of Excellence for their commitment to building an inclusive and welcoming school community where all families contribute to enriching the educational experience and overall well-being for every student. The school is one of only nineteen chosen in New York State—and one of 278 PTA’s nationwide to be recognized as a 2018-2019 School of Excellence.
Twenty-four backpacks were donated to Woodward Parkway Elementary School by the Credentialing Department of CareCentrix’s in Melville. Principal Patrick Klocek was delighted to meet with the team members who contributed to the school supply drive and was thrilled to receive the donation on behalf of his students.
9:15 AM JV FB @ Home vs. Massapequa
1:00 PM Varsity FB @ Massapequa
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Online College Application Workshop for HS Seniors - Computer Lab
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM FYC 1st Session Gymnastic Registration @ WP
7:00 PM FHS PTA Meeting - Library
7:30 PM FYC Meeting @ Howitt BOE Room