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Students Honor Board of Education Members

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Recognizing the hard work and dedication of their Board of Education, students from throughout the District showed their appreciation during the Oct. 15 meeting to celebrate School Board Recognition Week. Miller Avenue School second graders took to the podium to share how to be bucket fillers – a common act in the school that promotes spreading kindness to others. They recited a pledge and asked the board members to join them in making their school community full of givers. Wading River School students thanked the board members for their dedication to the school community. Prodell students and members of the musical club The Quartertones serenaded everyone with a song and presented a banner. To close out to the tribute, members of the High School’s upcoming musical “Mamma Mia” presented a sneak-peak of the performance.

In addition, three members of the board – trustee Henry Perez, vice president Katie Andersen and president Michael Lewis – were recognized for receiving level two certification from the New York State School Board’s Association. During his report, Superintendent of Schools Gerard Poole spoke about some of the recent accolades received by the District including AP Scholars, National Commended students, NYSSMA All-State musicians and the high school’s distinction as a Blue Ribbon school.