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Locust Valley Middle/High School
99 Horse Hollow Road
Locust Valley, NY 11560
516-277-5200
Fax 516-277-5208

 

Directions to Locust Valley Middle/High School
COMING FROM THE WEST
LIE to exit 39 north (Glen Cove Road) to the end (watch for a fork in road, take the left fork, continuation of Glen Cove Road); at the Glen Cove Fire Dept. (end of road) turn right onto Brewster Street.  Road quickly changes names to Forest Avenue, go just over 2 miles to Birch Hill Road in Locust Valley.  Landmark - at the intersection there will be a Marquis Liquors on the right.  Turn left onto Birch Hill Road.  At the yellow blinking light bear left.  Go one block to the traffic light.  Turn right onto Horse Hollow Road (which is also the end of the road).  The Middle/High School will be ¼ of a mile down on the left.  Use second driveway.

COMING FROM THE EAST

Route 106 north towards Oyster Bay.  Turn left at the Hess gas station on Lexington Avenue; at end of road turn left onto Main Street.  Pass 2 lights and bear right onto Shore Road.  At first light, turn left onto Cleft Road.  Cross-over water, road changes names to Feeks Lane.  At the end turn right onto Bayville Road.  At next traffic light (at the end of the road) turn left onto Horse Hollow Road.  The Middle/High School will be about ¼ mile down on the right.


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Don't Miss the Middle School Musical!

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Locust Valley Middle School Limelight Players will present Once on This Island, Jr. on Friday, Jan. 25 at 1:30 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 26 at 6 p.m. Both performances will take place in the Middle School/High School auditorium. Admission is free.

Geography Bee Champion Has Worldly Knowledge

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Sixth-grader John Hartnett earned the title of Middle School Geography Bee champion on Jan. 4 by answering more geography questions correctly than his opponents in the schoolwide bee. He had close competition from his peers, including eighth-grader Alisha Uduevbo, who was named runner-up.
 
Among many questions, contestants were asked to name the most populous country in Scandinavia (Sweden), which lake Saginaw Bay in Michigan is an inlet of (Lake Huron) and in which country Darien National Park is located (Panama).
 
Answering questions based on topics covered in the middle school social studies curriculum, the students earned their spots in the schoolwide competition by first winning at the classroom level.
 
As part of the National Geographic GeoBee, John will now take an online qualifying test for the state level of the competition.
 

MS Cheerleaders Spread Cheer

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Middle school cheerleaders like to cheer on and off the field, and their holiday spirit brightened the season for residents of local rehabilitation centers on Dec. 20. The team, along with its coach Doreen Kobus, traveled to the Glen Cove Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation and the Marquis Rehabilitation & Nursing Center to sing holiday songs and perform uplifting cheers. They also brought gifts handmade by the sixth-grade Home and Careers students.

Ms. Kobus said the cheerleaders were thrilled to share the holiday spirit with the patients at the rehabilitation centers. “They wanted to bring joy to those who may not be home for the holidays,” she said.

Giving Back for the Holidays

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Thinking of others comes naturally to the sixth-grade class, and this holiday season they thought of a local charity that would benefit from their help. The class donated toys and gift cards to the Matthew Fetzer Toy Drive, which distributes the items to children who have to spend the holidays in the hospital. The Matthew Fetzer Foundation was established in memory of Matthew Fetzer, who lost his life to cancer when he was a student at Bayville Intermediate School. When Matthew was sick, he dreamed of bringing toys to sick children when he got better. His family made sure his dream would come true in his honor, and the school community supports their efforts each year.

Sixth-grade teachers Evelyn Mason and Ann Monsees took their students caroling around Bayville to spread holiday cheer through the neighborhood and collected $200 for the Matthew Fetzer Toy Drive. They presented the donation and several bags of toys to Anne Fetzer on Dec. 18. 

The donations were distributed to children in local hospitals for them to enjoy.

The entire district hopes all those children who couldn’t spend the holidays at home with their families had a happy holiday season.

Opening the Door to Holiday Spirit

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Middle School classrooms open the doorway to holiday spirit!