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    Volunteers Celebrate Earth Day with the Great American Cleanup

    Keep Islip  Clean, which envisions all 18 hamlets of Islip as clean, green and beautiful, encourages volunteers to celebrate Earth Day with a litter cleanup, beautification effort, recycling activity or any community enhancing project. Read More »

    West Sayville Christian School Honors Students

    West Sayville Christian School is proud to announce that eight WSCS students made the High Honor Roll and nine students made the Honor Roll at the end of the third quarter of the 2016/2017 school year. Read More »

    Sayville Middle School Engineering Students Have the Future in Mind

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    How will their generation shape the world? Read More »

    At the Annual Model UN,Sayville Sophomore Eric Stenzel earned an Honorable Mention

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    At this year’s annual Model United Nations conference, Sayville Sophomore Eric Stenzel earned an Honorable Mention for his insightful discussion. Read More »

    Sayville High School James Lecci named a “Distinguished Teacher of 2017”

    By Nan Bischoff Harvard Club of Long Island

    James Lecci of Sayville High School has been named a “Distinguished Teacher of 2017” by the Harvard Club of Long Island. Read More »

    Sayville Art Student Ava Herrera Addresses Pollution with Gown Design

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    Making a statement about pollution with her dress design, Sayville Sophomore Ava Herrera sewed the gown that won her recognition and an award at the annual Heckscher Museum’s Long Island’s Best Show. Read More »

    Sayville High School Senior trained by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore on Climate Change

    After seeing the effects of climate change on Long Island, Sayville HS senior Chloe Gaconnier, business owner Lori Giambanco, and education and outreach coordinator with the Central Pine Barrens Commission, Melissa Parrott become Climate Reality Leaders, being trained by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore on Climate Change. Read More »

    Successful End to Card Recycling Drive

    Keep Islip Clean brought their annual Card Recycling Drive to a very successful conclusion, with approximately 100,000 used greeting cards collected through schools, scouting troop drives and hundreds of individuals who participate every year. Read More »

    Long Island Watercolorists’ Spring Show at BAFFA Gallery

    by A. Armoza

    Artist Mary Jane Stevens and her students will exhibit at the BAFFA Gallery in Sayville from March 18 to 26. Read More »

    Legislator Lindsay Honors Sayville Rotary Scholarship Award Recipients

    Suffolk County Legislator Bill Lindsay attended this year’s Sayville Rotary Club Students’ Scholarships and Awards Breakfast this past Saturday to honor five exceptional students for their outstanding achievements. Read More »

    Dr. John E. Stimmel has been named the next Sayville superintendent

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    At the March 9, 2017 business meeting, the Sayville Board of Education approved the appointment of Dr. John E. Stimmel as the next Superintendent of Sayville Public Schools, effective July 1, 2017, to replace Dr. Walter Schartner who is retiring after forty-four years in education. Read More »

    Student Art Exhibits at BAFFA Gallery

    BAFFA is pleased to announce two upcoming exhibits of art work by students in local area schools at the BAFFA  Art Gallery. Read More »

    Live and Silent Auction Held by West Sayville Christian School

    West Sayville Christian School is hosting their 21st Annual Live and Silent Auction on Saturday, March 11, 2017, from 6-10pm at the luxurious Bellport Country Club. Read More »

    Letter to the Community

    Sayville Class fo 2017 President writes an open letter about Fundraiser in honor of local hero Capt. Merrill H. Masin Read More »

    Sayville Students’ Virtual Enterprises Provide Real-World Experiences

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    In an atmosphere that fosters business acumen, approximately 1,300 enterprising Long Island students, representing more than seventy schools, showcased their “virtual businesses” at a trade show competition. Read More »