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    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 »

    Two Sayville Sophomores Designed and Created School Banners

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    Two Sayville sophomores in the Mr. Cross’ Advanced Computer Graphics class responded to a design assignment with a banner idea—literally! Will Folks and Allison Neumeyer designed and created two 8’ by 16’ banners in-house to highlight the recent good news about their high school. Read More »

    West Sayville Christian School honor Roll for the Second Quarter

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

    Lapping up the Love with Therapy Dogs to Relieve Stress

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    Thanks to an insightful Sayville Student who initiated the animal-therapy activity, high school exam anxiety was soothed by furry friends. Read More »

    Defensive Driving Course

    The Saint Lawrence Knights of Columbus will provide a community service by hosting a defensive driving course in The Bethany parish center behind St. Lawrence the Martyr Church in Sayville. Read More »

    It’s Elementary At Sayville’s Districtwide Science Symposium

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    At the districtwide Seventh Annual S.T.E.M. Symposium held at the Lincoln Avenue School in Sayville, students in grades 2 through 5 spent quality time with their parents exploring science. Read More »

    Project Kids Giving spring

    Submitted by Briana Taylor

    Stony Brook Students led by Jean-Doris Muhuza and the Student African American Brotherhood, put together a makeshift homeless village in the Student Activities Center at Stony Brook. Read More »

    Perfect Score in WordMasters Challenge™  for Sayville Fifth-grader

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    Competing in the difficult Blue Division of the WordMasters Challenge™, Sayville Lincoln Avenue Fifth-grader James Kretz was one in only sixty-seven Fifth-graders nationwide to have earned a perfect score of 20 on the challenge. Read More »

    West Sayville Christian School announces Open House dates for 2017
    Movie Review “Patriots Day”

    This movie will take you back to 4-15-13.  With the talent of Mark Wahlberg (as P.O. Tommy Saunders) and the director, Peter Berg you will be a silent observer to a horrific day in the City of Boston, Ma. Read More »

    Women Sharing Art Exhibit at BAFFA Gallery in Sayville

    Members of Women Sharing Art, Inc. present Make It Big – Make It Red, a multi-media art exhibit at the BAFFA Gallery from February 4th through the 26th. Read More »

    Legislators Lindsay and Cilmi Honor Outgoing West Sayville Fire Chief Lucus Domingo

    Suffolk County Legislators Bill Lindsay and Tom Cilmi honored retiring West Sayville Fire Chief Lucus Domingo for years of outstanding service by presenting him with a proclamation on Friday January 6, 2017. Read More »

    Garbarino Focused On Strengthening Long Island Communities This Legislative Session

    Statement from Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino (R,C,I-Sayville)

    “There are always many things to consider at the start of a new legislative session. I am eager to closely examine the proposals set forth by the governor and Legislature. Read More »