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Copiague Middle School

2650 Great Neck Road
Copiague, New York 11726
(631) 842-4011
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Principal: 
Andrew Lagnado
Assistant Principals: Jonathan Krawchuk, Stephanie Valeiko

Hours: 8 a.m. to 2:41 p.m.
Students: 1,200

   

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Six Middle School Students Honored in Essay Contest

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Copiague Middle School students were recognized by members of the Knights of Columbus for their participation in the organization’s annual essay contest.

This year’s essay contest focused on the importance of religious freedom to teach the students about tolerance. From Copiague Middle School, this year’s Knights of Columbus essay contest winners were: Anamaria Espinoza (first), Rhianna Coleman (second) and Sara Mierzejewski (third.) Honorable mentions were given to Louis Garcia, Dwight Evans Jr. and Joy Scrivano.

STEAM Skills Soar with Kite Designs

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Seventh graders in Stephen DiGiorgio’s robotics class at Copiague Middle School are using their hands-on technology skills to build their own kites. The students are participating in the “Go Fly a Kite” contest sponsored by the Town of Babylon. Babylon area schools were invited to participate in the event. This year’s contest, themed “America the Beautiful,” will take place on April 10 at Cedar Beach. Students are using wooden dowels and their STEAM skills to create the kites, which will then compete in categories such as most creative, most unusual and funniest design.

Italian Pen Pals Help Hone Foreign Language Skills

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Eighth grade students from Copiague Middle School are getting a firsthand lesson in foreign language as they connect with pen pals across the world.

The students in Mr. Korn’s Italian class are exchanging letters on a regular basis with students in Tortoli, Sardegna. Mr. Korn made the connection with the Italian students via the internet, and the pen pals have been connecting with their peers during the last few months. The Copiague students are writing letters in both English and Italian, while the Italian students are doing the same, so both can practice their language skills. The students write about a different topic during each exchange to help build their language base