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Juliette Markesano and Pavly Zaky, two sixth grade science students at Woodland Middle School, were recently named two of the top 10 winners in the PSEGLI I AM EM-Powered Program and Student Challenge for their work in creating a unique public service announcement about energy conservation.
The I AM EM-Powered program is designed to educate students about energy efficiency and protecting the environment. Students were challenged to create a public service announcement to spread the word about how everyone can do their part to help the earth.
“Both students created imaginative and persuasive public service announcement videos to encourage others to do their part in saving the environment,” Math and Science Chairperson Crystal Mello said. “We are proud of these students for their dedication to help improve our planet!”
Eighth grade students from W.T. Clarke Middle School and Woodland Middle School in the East Meadow Union Free School District recently received honorable mentions for their work presented at Long Island History Day, advancing them to the state level competition. The highly regarded National History Day program is designed to cultivate historical research skills. All East Meadow students in seventh and eighth grade social studies/ELA honors classes were invited to participate. Teachers and administrators selected the top projects in each category to enter into the local competition. Each year, hundreds of middle and high school students from more than 50 districts on the island participate at Hofstra University in person, but this year the competition was held virtually. Sixteen total projects were presented by East Meadow students at Long Island National History Day.
Myles Bernal, Ivan Cao and Caleb DaRocha developed a website from their research called “Carrier Pigeons: Winged Messengers of War.” Additionally, Rebecca Aber and Angelica Abreu from Woodland created a documentary, “Communicator in Chief: How FDR Healed the Nation with His Words.” These students will now compete on the state level. National qualifiers will be announced at the end of April.
View all of the projects here!
In honor of Music in our school Months, schools in the East Meadow School District created videos for the 2021 East Meadow Music Department Showcase. According to the National Association for Music Education, MIOSM is an annual month-long celebration when schools and communities celebrate music in their local schools and the educators who dedicate themselves to bringing music into the lives of students every day.
Bowling Green Elementary
Barnum Woods Elementary
Woodland Middle School
W.T. Clarke Middle School
East Meadow High School
W.T. Clarke High School
The East Meadow Union Free School District has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. The designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students.
“The East Meadow school community provides tremendous support and enthusiasm to ensure that our students have access to an exceptional and well-rounded and comprehensive music program,” Director of Music and Art Kelly Gelfer said. “This honor affirms that the East Meadow music department, staff and programs are at the forefront of music education nationwide.”
The NAMM Foundation is a nonprofit supported in part by the National Association of Music Merchants and its approximately 10,400 members around the world. The foundation advances active participation in music making across the lifespan by supporting scientific research, philanthropic giving and public service programs. For more information about The NAMM Foundation, please visit www.nammfoundation.org
The East Meadow School District Art Department proudly presents the 2021 Art Supervisors Association All County Art Exhibit. Although we were unable to view the exhibit in person or celebrate together, we are excited to share the work of our students virtually via the ASA website. We congratulate and celebrate the 69 East Meadow students who were selected to participate in this prestigious exhibition.
Please find the link below.
Art Supervisors Association – East Meadow School District Exhibit Link:
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