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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.”

Regents Bus Schedule

Click on the attached document for the Regents bus schedule.


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.


Rowing for a Cause

Three boys

Three middle school students were part of a team that earned first place in the Sixth Annual Row for Autism at North Hempstead Beach Park on April 23, 2017.

Eighth graders Andrew Crocco, Alex Wysolovski and Hans Bressel rowed in the Middle School Boys Quad Race with a fourth teammate from Sagamore Rowing Association, where they all row together.

Congratulations to all the rowers on this accomplishment for a great cause!

Taking the Stage


Students throughout the district have been taking to the stage thanks to the support of the parent organizations that have provided opportunities for them to perfect their acting skills.

Through the educational theater company, mainstages, children at Bayville Intermediate School, Locust Valley Intermediate School and Locust Valley Middle School have taken part in productions that transform these young actors into fictional characters. With vibrant sets and costumes, audiences are swept away into the stories and sometimes singing along to the tunes.  

This spring, Locust Valley Middle School thespians performed their first mainstages production, “Into the Woods.”  Locust Valley Intermediate School continued their theater tradition with an adorable performance of “Annie.” At Bayville Intermediate School, the stories of Dr. Seuss were brought to life through “Seussical.”  

You can see the photos from each performance in the slide show below.