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    Meghan and Coda

    by Pamela Fitzpatrick

    I had an opportunity to sit down and chat with Meghan and her mom Denise about their experiences with Coda,  a service dog for Canine Companions for Independence (CCI). Read More »


    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    For Field Day this year at both Cherry Avenue and Sunrise Drive elementary schools in Sayville School District, Physical Education teacher Gary Jensen had a bird’s-eye view of a very special pre-event activity. Read More »

    Bell Street Artists Exhibit at BAFFA Gallery
    Sayville Senior Caitlin Gormley was honored as the Outstanding Senior Science student by STANYS

    Press Release by Maria Brown, Sayville High School S.T.E.M. Research And R.I.S.E teacher

    Caitlin Gormley was honored as the Outstanding Senior Science student of Sayville High School on Tuesday May 23, 2017 at the Annual Awards Dinner of the Suffolk Section of the Science Teachers Association of New York State (STANYS).

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    Sayville National Honor Society Inducts Eighty
    Tulips Brighten SADD Memories at Sayville High School
    Sayville Man Saved by Remote Telestroke Consultation

    In the middle of the night, Thomas Christiansen’s wife thought he was having a heart attack and called 911. The 50-year-old Sayville man was rushed to Southside Hospital’s Emergency Department (ED) with numbness in his right hand and foot. The ED staff determined that Mr. Christiansen did not have a heart attack, but likely suffered a stroke as he couldn’t move his right-side extremities. Read More »

    Sayville Elementary Students enjoy a Mind Challenging ‘Escape Room’ Game

    Article by Linda Mittiga

    An “Escape Room” specifically designed for the younger set was a recent enrichment activity offered to Third through Sixth graders, thanks to Sayville High School’s Forensics Team  and science teacher/Forensic Team Club advisor Sally Stoll-DePompeo. Read More »

    Sayville Seniors Participating in College Sports
    Sayville High School Students Study the Brain via Video Conference with University Educator

    “How do injuries affect the human brain? What changes do drugs and alcohol cause in brain function?” Read More »

    Combating Cyberbullying Wins Sayville Sophomore a LICAB Scholarship

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    For her “action plan” to combat cyberbullying, Carmella Perrone, a Sophomore at Sayville High School, won Second Place in the annual scholarship contest awarded by the Long Island Coalition Against Bullying. First- and Third-Places winners were two Seniors from West Babylon and Bellmore, respectively. Read More »

    Well-Deserved Recognition for Three Sayville Students Working toward a Civil Society

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    Guided by the “Teaching Tolerance Anti-bias Framework” to create a just, equitable, and safe environment for all students, three Sayville High School students, Abby Good (12), Gena  Mizzi (12), and Cameryn Surdi (10), have been serving as Ambassadors with the Town of Islip. Read More »

    Free Events at The Common Ground

    The tragic events of September 11, 2001 inspired a group of community members to create a reflective garden dedicated to the memory of those who were lost. Read More »

    Starting the Day Off  Right With Breakfast of Champions

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    It’s the most important meal of the day, “they” say, but at Sayville High School, the semiannual Breakfast of Champions–a fifteen year tradition–is important for other reasons. It is a time to stop and take note of those students who through their positive conduct have made a difference in the lives of others and provided the essential components for a successful High School Community. Read More »

    Entire Sayville Elementary School participate in Red Nose Day

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    Lincoln Avenue elementary school’s Student Council in Sayville made $500 in donation through Walgreens for Red Nose Day, a special day of awareness to end child poverty in the U.S.  The entire Lincoln Avenue elementary school sported their red noses to show they cared. Read More »