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

Kevin Vann

Asst. Principal
Lauren Biscardi

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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Current News

Prodell Students Honor Patriot Day

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Prodell Middle School honored the 22nd anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, with activities throughout the day. Chamber ensemble students, led by Mr. Fred Volz, played patriotic music as students walked into the building, with American flags waving at the entrance. Principal Kevin Vann led a moment of silence.

All middle school students were given the opportunity to take a pledge of service in honor of those that died that day and first responders.

Teachers and students held discussions and reflections throughout the day. Virtual Traveler and STEAM students, led by teachers Corinne Fallon and Michele Vitale, planned and implemented an interdisciplinary activity honoring Patriot Day. Students learned about the connection between the gift of cranes to the United States from Japan and the bond formed through tragedy. Students then created their own paper cranes representing hope and peace.

Date Added: 9/12/2023

Welcome to SWR, Mrs. Biscardi!

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The Shoreham-Wading River Central School District has named Mrs. Lauren Biscardi assistant principal of Albert G. Prodell Middle School. Throughout her professional career, Mrs. Biscardi has had a strong focus on collaborative leadership, communication skills and building positive relationships with students and staff. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English education from Siena College and a Master of Science in literacy from Adelphi University. She also earned an advanced certificate in school building leadership from The College of Saint Rose.

Her most recent role was as dean of students at Finley Middle School in the Huntington School District, where she also held positions as a seventh and eighth grade English teacher and an instructional coach for the English department. In these educational roles, Mrs. Biscardi has learned the importance of trust and confidence, placing great emphasis on making sure students feel safe and welcome in their school, as if it is a second home.

“I intend to create that feeling for students, parents and staff when they walk through the doors of Albert G. Prodell Middle School this year, and for many years to come,” she said.

As dean of students, she administered and enforced school discipline policies and collaborated with the mental health team to administer school attendance policies, and collaborated on an academic and behavioral mentoring program. Mrs. Biscardi also mentored and counseled at-risk students in need of additional staff support and assisted in the planning and organization of schoolwide events, programs and state testing. She was a member of the Building Committee, the Discipline Committee, the No Place for Hate Committee and the Shared Decision Making Team.

“I am honored to have been selected to join the Shoreham-Wading River Central School District, which is well known for its dedication to academic excellence, social-emotional growth, and protecting the well-being of the amazing children who live in this community,” Mrs. Biscardi said.

Date Added: 9/5/2023