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Students Make Picture Frames for Children in Foster Care

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Fifth graders at Sylvan Avenue Elementary School recently spread holiday cheer by decorating picture frames for Hope for Youth, a nonprofit organization that provides programs for at-risk children and teens in foster care. Sylvan became aware of Hope for Youth through one of the students’ parents, who is involved with the charity. The embellished frames were filled with photos of the foster children posing with Santa and then wrapped and given to them as special holiday gifts.

Bump, Set and Spike

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Bayport-Blue Point High School students across all grade levels came together to showcase their newly developed skills during a schoolwide playoff volleyball tournament. 

Prior to the event, the students participated in a four-week volleyball unit in which they learned, reviewed and practiced the skills of volleyball. Then teams participated in a trade day, playoffs and even wild card picks to qualify for the schoolwide tournament, surrounded by friends, teachers and administrators.

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Board recognizes exceptional teachers

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During the Dec. 10 Bayport-Blue Point Board of Education meeting, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Timothy Hearney and members of the board acknowledged the September and November Teachers of the Month.

Jaime Abran, third grade teacher from Academy Street Elementary School, was recognized as the September Teacher of the Month. Dr. Hearney spoke about her qualities, noting that she always goes above and beyond and her classroom is always a welcoming environment. 

The November Teacher of the Month was Carly Gayer, art teacher from Sylvan Avenue Elementary School. Dr. Hearney talked about her ability to coax beautiful artwork out of her students and how she makes every student feel valued. 
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