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Sports Physicals, June 7

School sports physicals will be held on Wednesday, June 7 starting at 2:45 p.m. for all students in grades 6-11. All students should report to the MS/HS Health Office hallway.

Thumbprint in History

Boy leans overs psoter
Girl leans over poster
Boys signs name on poster
Girls signs names on poster
Class poses with poster

Locust Valley Middle and High School students took turns carefully pressing their thumbs into various colors of paint and then precisely pressing that paint onto a canvas. The canvas contained a painting of a tree and the thumbprints represented the leaves. At the base of the tree, each of the students signed their own name.

The project was done in collaboration with Kay Weninger, President of Operation Democracy and included signatures of local veterans. The Peace Tree will be displayed in the International Student Art Exhibition in Sainte Mère Église, France. Students in France will add their thumbprints and signatures to the tree and send one they’ve been working on back to Locust Valley.  

Art teachers Donna Chaplin, Tom Camilleri, Melanie Mooney and Nirel Rieff had their middle school and high school art students participate. Weninger said that the project is intended to engage students in the topic of history and reinforce the importance of friendships. “We rekindle the friendships between the two communities through this tree of life.”

LVCSD Comes Together for a Cure

Cancer Awareness Club

Locust Valley Community members joined together to bring awareness to cancer care and raise money to help find a cure in the high school gymnasium on the evening of May 12. The annual Locust Valley High School Relay for Life was the result of the hard work of the Cancer Awareness Club and raised nearly $18,000.

Following the opening ceremonies, cancer survivors and caregivers walked laps to be recognized for their strength. Students performed piano pieces, sang and played the guitar as part of the evening’s entertainment.  Several participants took part in the haircutting ceremony, by having a friend or family member cut off eight inches of their hair to donate to the creation of wigs for cancer patients. 

A luminaria ceremony typically includes lighting candles, which are marked with the names of cancer victims. These luminarias are lit after dark to bring light to a dark subject.  Since this year’s Relay for Life was held indoors, candles were not lit, and instead bags with honorees’ names and a light were placed around the indoor track.

Cancer Awareness Club Advisor Cory Haldas, said that that Relay for Life is an important event that garners support throughout the district each year. "Our community came together around the common cause of creating a world with less cancer and more birthdays."  

Board of Education President Erika Bruno and Vice President Keri Carlstrom joined students to help register attendees for the event. High school administrators attended to show their support for the Cancer Awareness Club, the survivors and the cause.

Donations can be made on the district’s Relay for Life website at until August.

Golfers Tee Off in County Championships

team photo

Congratulations to the following student-athletes who will compete in the Nassau County Golf Championships:

Monday, May 22- Girls Tournament

Megan Meehan- Yellow Course Front 9- 8 a.m. tee time

Tuesday, May 23- Boys Tournament

Thomas Finn: Blue Course Back 9- 7:40 a.m. tee time

Colin McCullagh: Blue Course Back 9- 7:56 a.m. tee time

Jon Kasday: Blue Course Front 9- 7:32 a.m. tee time

Joey Halpin: Blue Course Front, 7:32 a.m. tee time

Eric Reid Carlstrom: Blue Course Front 9- 7:48 a.m. tee time

Will Farren: Blue Course Front 9- 8:52 a.m. tee time

Good luck Falcons!


Boys and Girls Lacrosse Advance

team photo
team photo

Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Lacrosse Team on defeating Friends Academy 16-5 in the Class C quarterfinals. The Falcons now advance to the Nassau County Class C semifinals on Wednesday, May 24 at Hofstra University at 8 p.m. against Lynbrook High School.

Admission to the game is $6.  


Congratulations to our Varsity Girls Lacrosse Team for a 15-5 victory over Bethpage High School in the first round of the Class C Tournament. The Falcons advance to the quarter-finals and will travel to play North Shore High School on Thursday, May 18 at 4:30 p.m. at Glenwood Landing Elementary School.

Good luck to our student-athletes and coaches!

Varsity Track Heads to Divisional Championships

team photo

The Varsity Boys and Girls Track Teams will compete in the Divisional Championships at Cold Spring Harbor High School on Thursday, May 18 at 4:30 p.m.

Good luck to the student-athletes and coaches.

Yearbooks on Sale

High School yearbooks are on sale through June 8, 2017, at which time they will be distributed to students.

The cost is $100 and they can be purchased at


Regents Bus Schedule

Click on the attached document for the Regents bus schedule.


Regents Review Schedule

Click the attached document for the Regents review schedule. 


Color Run Fun

Student participating

On April 29th, the Class of 2018 hosted the third Color Run fundraiser at the high school. Members of the community, students, parents, and faculty came together to run, have fun and support the junior class.

Runners participated in a 1K Fun Run or a 5K Run/Walk. Students tossed colored powder at the runners creating rainbows of color. 

Funds raised will offset the Class of 2018 prom. The junior class is grateful for the assistance of parents and staff, which helped make this a successful event.

Varsity Tennis Clinches Conference Title

team photo

Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Tennis Team for defeating  Clarke High School by a score of 4-3 and clinching the Conference 3A Championship.Currently, the Falcons are 12-1 with one match left against Bethpage on Thursday, May 11 at Locust Valley.

The team will enter the Nassau County Championships as the #13 seed and will take on #4 Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK on Monday, May 15 at Plainview at 4:30 p.m.

Congratulations to our student-athletes and to Coach Mike Guidone.

AP/IB Review Schedule

See the attached schedule for AP/IB Review sessions.


Class of 2018 Clothing on Sale

Support the Class of 2018 and show off your Falcon pride by purchasing shirts and hats with the Falcon logo.

Items are on sale until June 1, 2017.

See attached flyer for details and click here to order.


Honoring the Memory of Sgt. Paul Tuozzolo

Please join us for a ceremony to honor fallen police officer, Sergeant Paul Tuozzolo (Class of 1994) to be held at Locust Valley High School on Thursday, June 1, 2017 at 7 p.m.

The ceremony will include:

  • NYPD Ceremonial Unit with the Color Guard and bagpiper
  • Represeantitves from the Class of 1994 and NYP will share remarks
  • A memorial plaque will be unveiled
  • Sgt. Tuozzolo's family will be in attendance



See attached flyer.


Lacrosse Day Fun

concession stand
girls team
boys team
field shot

Locust Valley High School Lacrosse Day was filled with competitive lacrosse from the Oak Neck Youth program through the varsity teams.  Games started early on April 22 and continued throughout the day. In addition to cheering on their favorite local athletes, attendees had the opportunity to purchase lacrosse apparel from a tent sponsored by the NY Lizards and there were also some fun giveaways. Refreshments were available from Athletic Council.

With support from parents and the community, the day was a success and provided fun for everyone.

Spotlight on Students

students at piano

High school students placed themselves in the spotlight as they highlighted their talents during the school’s annual Spotlight Night.  The event is an opportunity for writers, musicians and artists to take the stage and perform for their friends and family in a casual environment.

Original stories and poems were performed along with covers of musical pieces with various instruments and vocals. The evening is an outlet for creativity and artistry.

HS Spring Monologue Show Rescheduled

The high school's Spring Monologue Show originally scheduled for April 26 has been rescheduled for Thursday, May 25, 2017, at 7 p.m. Admission is free.

Fashionable Fundraiser

girls walk the runway

The Class of 2017 showed off the latest fashions during the annual senior fashion show as they strutted down the red carpet in style. From casual styles to formal wear, the senior models made all the fashions look great.

Students not only walked the red carpet but also shared the responsibilities of serving as masters of ceremonies, as well as working the lighting and music.  

The success of this event is due to the collaborative efforts of parents, faculty, students and the stores that donate the clothing that is worn in the show. Funds raised help to offset the cost of the senior prom.  

Check out the slideshow to see a sampling of some of the models and fashions.