2650 Great Neck Road
Copiague, New York 11726
Principal: Andrew Lagnado
Assistant Principals: Stephanie Valeiko, Francis Salazar and Krista Fee
Hours: 8 a.m. to 2:41 p.m.
Community members came together to join Copiague School District administrators, staff, board of education members and students to showcase the many highlights offered in all the schools during the Community Summit on May 13 at Walter G. O’Connell Copiague High School.
Copiague School District’s Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kathleen Bannon welcomed guests to the annual event, which serves to celebrate the many accomplishments and accolades of the district. Copiague School District Board of Education President Kenneth Urban thanked those in attendance for coming together to get a firsthand view of the district’s successes and support its students. “We are very proud of what our students and staff accomplish here in the Copiague,” he said. “We are always moving forward and making changes as needed to ensure our students get everything they need and deserve to be successful.”
As part of the opening ceremony in the auditorium, Dr. Bannon invited select groups of students to the stage to speak about their unique experiences in the school district. Members of the Walter G. O’Connell Copiague High School mock trial team, the elementary school Project Beyond students, Copiague Middle School Studio Art students, the Copiague Middle School Civics Club and students in the electrical training program spoke about how they have benefited and learned from these programs.
In the school’s gymnasium, there were performances by the Walter G. O’Connell Copiague High School vocal jazz members, the dance teams from Great Neck Road, Susan E. Wiley and Deauville Gardens East elementary schools, the Copiague Middle School Dance Club and the Walter G. O’Connell Copiague High School Zumba Club.
In the cafeteria and gymnasium, clubs, programs, organizations and enrichment activities showcased their various offerings for attendees. Some of the highlights included the robotics team demonstrations, the police department’s Girls on the Go program, the electronic music lab, STEM learning, science research students and art offerings.
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Date Added: 5/17/2023
Copiague Middle School students learned about density during a recent science lesson. The students were tasked with finding the density of different cubes during a lab experiment. They also conducted an online lab using the Gizmo app on their Chromebooks.
Date Added: 5/16/2023
The Copiague Middle School wind ensemble had the company of music teacher Mr. Hayes from Walter G. O’Connell Copiague High School as a guest conductor at their May 1 rehearsal. Mr. Hayes worked with the group and music teacher Ms. Mayo as they prepared for their New York State School Music Association’s Majors performance at West Islip High School on May 18. “The rehearsal gave an opportunity for not only the colleagues to collaborate, but for the students to meet their potential teacher for next year,” said Copiague School District’s Fine Arts Coordinator Jennifer Ross-Troise.
Date Added: 5/5/2023
In celebration of Black History Month, English as a New Language students at Copiague Middle School students reviewed the impact of Ruby Bridges and created a timeline of her life in Ms. Hertel’s class. In Mr. Dobbin’s class, students learned about the life and legacy of Harriet Tubman. Students worked in small groups to sort through events in Ms. Tubman’s life and placed them on a tree map timeline. Each group was assigned a specific time in her life and was tasked with finding the events that occurred during that time. At the end of the lesson, the timeline was placed together to make one large tree map that outlined the significant events in Harriet Tubman's life.
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Date Added: 3/29/2023
Memorial Day School Closed
Grade 8 Science Written Assessment
8th Grade Academic Awards Night 7:00 PM
Juneteenth School Closed
Moving Up Celebration Carnival