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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
USA Eagle seal with text: US Department of Education - Blue Ribbon School Program - 1983-1984

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Current News

Students wish Vietnam Veteran a Happy Valentine's Day!

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Students in Mrs. Senneca’s research classes at Prodell Middle School have been learning about the Vietnam War. At the completion of their research, they welcomed Lt. Dan Guida who spoke about his service to our country.

Date Added: 2/14/2024

Perseverance in Prodell

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Albert G. Prodell Middle School shared another month of pride as they recognized January’s “Students of the Month.” Seventeen students were lauded for exemplifying the trait of perseverance. Each student was awarded a certificate of recognition.

“I, personally, think this is one of the most important qualities to acquire throughout life,” Assistant Principal Lauren Biscardi said, adding the importance of students to not give up on themselves and to realize that regardless of any setback, there is always an opportunity to learn from it and carry on. “I am so incredibly proud of this group of students for demonstrating this vital trait and I continue to be proud of all of our students for striving every day to be Wildcats with Character.”

Congratulations to Regan Bossert, Abigail Campbell, Cassie Dansereau, Sulietta Duffy, Aubreann Edelstein, Ava Emery, Hailie Fioretti, Derek Gonzalez Fernandez, Nina Hateau, Mairead Jaffe, Ian Khelawan, Madison Lundin, Samuel Marceau, Gianni Privitera, Brian Raleigh Jr., Zayd Souihi and Jacob Uguil.

Date Added: 2/8/2024

Ready, Set, Launch!

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Collaboration is key in Mr. Robert Marino’s science classes at Albert G. Prodell Middle School. Recently, teams of seventh graders used popsicle sticks, rubber bands and pencils to launch slightly stale marshmallows across the room.

What may seem like a middle school prank was actually a STEM lesson that incorporated building, testing, evaluating, refining and continuing to make a better trebuchet while applying Newton’s Laws of Motion. The lesson sent many back to the drawing board to meet the two parts of the Trebuchet Marshmallow Challenge – distance and accuracy.

The students learned the history of this type of catapult that uses a long arm to throw a projectile. Its proper design allows it to launch projectiles of greater weights and further distances than that of a traditional catapult. The first part of building it was putting together the frame, a sturdy piece that would take on most of the strain, then preparing and adding the arm. Then each team used a marshmallow as the projectile. The students used math and physics to understand how to successfully meet the challenge.

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Date Added: 2/7/2024