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Phone: 277-5200
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Creativity on Display at Middle and High School Art Show

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Student artwork filled the hallways of Locust Valley Middle School and High School on May 18 during the MS/HS Art Show. Students and their families stopped by throughout the evening to get a glimpse of the outstanding talent here in Locust Valley. On display were beautiful illustrations, ceramic pieces, paintings, photographs and more. Congratulations to all the young artists who were featured!

Date Added: 5/19/2022

Middle School inducts 110 into National Junior Honor Society

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Locust Valley Middle School inducted 110 students into the National Junior Honor Society during a candlelighting ceremony, held in the Howard A. Schmock Auditorium on April 6. The evening featured words of wisdom and a musical interlude from student Abigail Vuong on violin.

Principal H. Thomas Hogan told the inductees that the evening was a celebration of “determination and grit” and that the trait of perseverance is what brought all of them to this ceremony. “Creativity and spirit in overcoming obstacles defines the spirit of why we are here tonight,” Mr. Hogan said.

Board of Education President Brian T. Nolan told the inductees that they are now part of an organization that holds them in great respect and high esteem. He encouraged them to “stop, reflect and think about what and who else do I want to share my talents with?”

National Junior Honor Society advisers Kelly Grassi and Jennifer Tichy then called the students to the stage one-by-one where, in introducing the inductees, read about their proudest moment and future goals. Society officers Elizabeth Madden (president), Liam Baker (vice president), Laura Warner (secretary) and Lucia Connolly (community service) lit the ceremonial candles, representing the tenets of scholarship, service, leadership, character and citizenship, while Mr. Hogan led the inductees in the society pledge.

In his closing remarks, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kenneth Graham congratulated the inductees on their outstanding accomplishment. He also noted that the new society members’ “ability to balance will serve you well in high school and beyond.”

Date Added: 4/14/2022

Locust Valley Middle School’s Safiullah Sajid to Compete in National Scripps Spelling Bee

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Locust Valley Middle School is pleased to announce that seventh grade student Safiullah Sajid qualified to compete in the National Scripps Spelling Bee, to be held in Washington, D.C. at the end of May. Safiullah (known as Safi) qualified for the prestigious national contest by winning the Long Island Regional Spelling Bee, held on March 26 at Half Hollow Hills East.

Both Safi and eighth grade student Adhvaith Sreenivas were two of the 30 contestants who qualified for the Long Island Regional Spelling Bee by scoring in the top percentage on an online spelling test. These top spellers initially won the middle school’s spelling bee earlier in the school year, with Adhvaith acquiring a first-place finish and Safi earning runner-up.

Locust Valley Middle School Assistant Principal and 6-12 ELA Coordinator Lisa A. Czerniecki described Adhvaith and Safi as “composed and focused” during the regional competition. “Both of these top spellers worked hard to prepare, reviewing as many words as possible, getting quizzed by their families during dinner and ensuring that they studied every day,” Ms. Czerniecki said.

The Locust Valley Central School District congratulates Safi on this outstanding accomplishment and extends best wishes for success in the National Scripps Spelling Bee.

Date Added: 4/4/2022

New Turf Field

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The new turf field is finally ready. Watch this fun time-lapse video to see it being constructed.


Date Added: 3/18/2022

Kindergarten Registration is Now Open

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Dear Residents:

Welcome to the kindergarten registration process! We look forward to welcoming your child into the Locust Valley school community and encourage you to complete your registration packets by Feb. 28, 2022.

Forms can be found at this link. You may complete the forms and submit them electronically. For those families that prefer to complete the forms on hard copies, the packets may be picked up at the Administration Building at 22 Horse Hollow Road in Locust Valley.

Please be sure to attach your child’s birth/baptismal certificate or passport to certify proof of age. Children eligible for September 2022 kindergarten must be five years old on or before December 1, 2022. Proof of residency is required even if you already have other children in our school district. Without the proper required documents, we will not be able to process your registration.

Children will not be admitted to kindergarten until all required immunizations are complete and the physical examination form, signed by a New York State physician, is returned.

In May 2022, incoming kindergarten students will be scheduled for their screenings with the team at both buildings. The dates are May 23rd, 24th, and 25th at either Ann MacArthur Primary School or Bayville Primary.

If you have any questions, please contact the District Registrar at 516-277-5065 or 277-5066.

We look forward to welcoming your kindergartener to our schools!


Date Added: 1/05/2022