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Dear Friends:

Welcome to the Locust Valley Middle School website. Locust Valley Middle School offers children in grades 6-8 an array of enriching and rewarding academic, social and enrichment experiences. We pride ourselves on creating learning plans that focus on the individual student, their needs and our shared goals. Our goal continues to be focused on the development of creative problem solvers, enthusiastic learners and independent thinkers.

Please explore our website for more information on our extensive list of opportunities and experiences. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to call or e-mail us through our contact page on our website. Thank you very much for your continued support and participation.

Sincerely,

H. Thomas Hogan, Principal
Michael LoGerfo, Assistant Principal

All-County Artists Recognized

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The artwork of nine Locust Valley Central School District students was selected for inclusion in the Art Supervisors Association 2021 Virtual All-County Art Exhibit.

Senior Lillie Ranaldo earned the association’s scholarship award of $1,000. Although the association could not hold an in-person exhibit, the works of the All-County artists are displayed in a virtual exhibit that can be viewed via the link below.

Congratulations to Bayville Primary School first grader Finley Burke; Bayville Intermediate School third grader Jack Kilpatrick; Bayville Intermediate School fifth grader Julia Michalski; Locust Valley Middle School sixth grader Amber Prisco; Locust Valley High School sophomore Stefania Bermperi; Locust Valley High School junior Alicia Amian; Locust Valley High School junior Julia DiMeo; Locust Valley High School junior Noelle Valdinoto; and Locust Valley High School senior Lillie Ranaldo.

View the exhibit here:
https://artspaces.kunstmatrix.com/en/exhibition/5311646/locust-valley-all-county-art-exhibit

LVMS National Junior Honor Society Induction

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Please view the National Junior Honor Society Induction Ceremony below.

National Junior Honor Society Members: Your certificate will be available for pick up during homeroom (7:40am-8:15am) in front of the MS Mini-Theater on Friday, April 16, 2021.

Remote students can arrange to pick up certificates by emailing tcampbell@lvcsd.k12.ny.us.

Thank you and congratulations to all of our new inductees and their families.

 


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LVCSD Among Best Communities for Music Education

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Once again, Locust Valley Central School District has been recognized as one of the Best Communities for Music Education by The NAMM Foundation, for its outstanding commitment to music education.  

The 2021 designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in providing music access and education to all students. This award recognizes that Locust Valley is leading the way with learning opportunities as outlined in the Every Student Succeeds Act. 
  
The NAMM Foundation is a nonprofit organization supported in part by the National Association of Music Merchants. The foundation advances active participation in music making throughout one’s life by supporting scientific research, philanthropic giving and public service programs.

Congratulations to the LVCSD music staff and all of our student-musicians on this outstanding achievement!

Incoming Grade 6 Orientation

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 Please click here for links to the presentation and access to the Google Meet.

 

LVCSD Musicians Thrive During Unique Opportunity

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A unique musical opportunity allowed 53 Locust Valley student musicians to attend workshops led by professional musicians. The virtual workshops were sponsored by the Nassau Music Educators Association from Feb. 5-7.

Locust Valley music teachers nominated students in grades 5-12 for participation in these performance readiness workshops which were held in lieu of the county-wide ensemble performances typically held this time of year. 

Student musicians joined the interactive sessions that ran for 60-90 minutes each, learning from the professional musicians and playing for the workshop participants.

“This was an opportunity that provided our students with an experience they could not have had during the typical school year,” said AnnMarie Buonaspina, Coordinator of Music, K-12. “Students actively participated in the workshops, demonstrating their own skills and learning from others.”