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CHS celebrates students enlisting in the military

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On June 21, Connetquot High School held a special ceremony recognizing seniors who have enlisted in various branches of the military. Principal Moran handed out certificates of appreciation, noting the Connetquot school community’s gratitude for their service.

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Date Added: 6/24/2024

June 20 Board meeting celebrates retirees, tenure recipients and student success

Connetquot’s Board of Education and community recognized some of the district’s outstanding student-athletes. thumbnail259963
Connetquot’s Board of Education and community recognized some of the district’s outstanding student-athletes. thumbnail259964
Connetquot’s Board of Education and community recognized some of the district’s outstanding student-athletes. thumbnail259965
Connetquot’s Board of Education and community recognized some of the district’s outstanding student-athletes. thumbnail259966
Connetquot’s Board of Education and community recognized some of the district’s outstanding student-athletes. thumbnail259967

On June 20, Connetquot’s Board of Education and community recognized some of the district’s outstanding student-athletes. The girls varsity track team was honored for being the reigning Suffolk County Champions. Congratulations to individual County Champions Chloe Young, Lara Booth Alam, Ava Catania and Essence Wright.

On the boys varsity track team, Fernando Padilla, Jayden McCabe and Timothy Campbell were honored as State qualifiers.

Next, the Board recognized the following students who competed in Regional-level competitions and advanced to State-level competitions for SkillsUSA in a variety of vocational skill categories earlier this year: Alexa Hernandez (Senior Cosmetology), Emma Thom (Health Knowledge Bowl), Hannah Elramly (Crime Scene Investigation), Molly Murphy (Marine Technology) and Ava Cregg (Action Skills Teaching Competition).

Lastly, several staff and faculty members were awarded tenure at the June 20 meeting. The Board and community also recognized and congratulated the district’s retirees.

Date Added: 6/21/2024

First Grade Book Reviews

Our Idle Hour first graders created book reviews. Check them out here!

Date Added: 6/21/2024

Idle Hour's Senior Walk

 

Date Added: 6/21/2024

CHS treble choir and orchestras earn Superior ratings at Music in the Parks

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Members of the Connetquot High School treble choir and combined orchestras had the opportunity to compete at the Music in the Parks Festival on June 1. The dedicated students exhibited excellence both on and off the stage.

The ensembles performed at Grice Middle School in Hamilton, New Jersey. Each group performed three pieces for a panel of adjudicators. Under the direction of Peter Coffin, the Connetquot High School combined orchestra took first place in their division and earned a rating of Superior, the highest rating that is designated by the festival. The Connetquot High School treble choir, under the direction of James Nagle, also took first place in their division and earned a rating of Superior.

After their respective performances, the students were able to enjoy the rides and attractions of Six Flags Great Adventure.

Date Added: 6/20/2024