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Albert G. Prodell Middle School (Gr. 6-8)

Mr. Kevin Vann

Asst. Principal
Mr. Daniel Ackerman

Main Office: (631) 821‑8210
Fax: (631) 821‑8275
Nurse: (631) 821‑8215
Class Schedule Hours: 8:02 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
100 Randall Road (Click Here for Directions)
Shoreham, NY 11786
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Prodell Students Honor Native American Heritage Month

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Albert G. Prodell Middle School educators have collaborated on several projects to recognize Native American Heritage Month. Social studies teacher Ms. Corinne Fallon created a beautiful display case, posters and signs to pay tribute to the rich history and traditions of Native Americans.

Lessons in other classes were created to honor this special celebration. A virtual reality field trip to a Native American site in the new sixth grade Virtual Traveler elective course was also taught by Ms. Fallon; seventh grade social studies students discussed current events pertaining to Native Americans; and sixth grade students in Ms. Michaela Berg’s Home and Careers class evaluated the geography of Thanksgiving dinner and prepared Native American cuisine in a special Fry Bread lesson.

“There is a type of bread in every culture and it is traditionally used to bring people together. This is where the saying ‘to break bread’ comes from,” Ms. Berg said.

Teachers were encouraged to lead an advisory activity to help spur a student’s curiosity to Google, check out a book and learn more about a topic they wouldn’t otherwise have heard about.

“Native American Heritage Month and other celebrations remind us of the traditions and cultures that can slip under the radar,” social studies teacher Danielle Senneca said. “Being able to share these professional development opportunities with our students have encouraged us all to continue to learn and embrace all cultures.”

Date Added: 11/29/2022

Musical Preview From Prodell!

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Albert G. Prodell Middle School orchestra students wowed the Board of Education and guests at the Nov. 15 BOE meeting with a preview of the winter concert. Mr. Fred Volz led the students in Brian Balmages’ “Spartacus.”

The beautiful piece was performed by Joseph Calandrillo, Alexander Crawford, Lauren Gallucci, Kai Hidaka, Christopher Joseph, Ryan Keneski, Spencer Lee, Kevin Loscalzo, Ian Margiotta-Watz, Valentina Pinos, Cole Stadler, Mia Stallone, Aiden Weng and Timothy Worthington.

The performance was a preview of the school’s winter concert on Wednesday, Dec. 7, at 6:30 p.m. at Shoreham-Wading River High School.

Date Added: 11/18/2022

Prodell Middle School Thanks Our Veterans

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Albert G. Prodell Middle School hosted a Veterans Day assembly for eighth graders to honor our nation’s heroes on Nov. 7. Student vocalist Kate McQuade led the assembly with “The Star-Spangled Banner,” followed by the middle school chamber ensemble with a patriotic medley conducted by music teacher Mr. Fred Volz.

Local veterans John Fernandez, Buddy Gengler, Lt. Dan Guida and Michael Wern were welcomed and shared with the students their experiences in the military. Mr. Gengler encouraged all students to find a way to serve the community, whether it be in the military or as a civilian, and Mr. Fernandez shared his journey as a wounded warrior and the bond that those who serve have for life.

Nov. 7 marked the anniversary of Lt. Guida’s arrival home from Vietnam, and he noted his appreciation for the support that he receives when he walks the halls of Prodell. It has been a decade since the middle school “adopted” Lt. Guida as the school’s honored veteran. The school community thanks Mr. Wern for his continued service to Shoreham-Wading River as a graduate, parent, staff member and guest speaker.

The feeling of patriotism and pride is evident throughout Prodell. Thanking all veterans and their families for their sacrifice and service this Veterans Day!

Date Added: 11/8/2022