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Revised June 2022 Board of Education Meeting Dates

Amityville Union Free School District 

PUBLIC NOTICE OF BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING 

REVISED JUNE BOARD MEETINGS 

The Board of Education has changed the dates of the meetings for June as follows:  

The Special Meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, at the Amityville Memorial High School Auditorium. 

The Regular Monthly Meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 15, 2022, at the Edmund W.  Miles Middle School Cafeteria. 

Both meetings will start at 5:00 p.m. The public portion of the meetings will start at 7:30 p.m. 

The public session will be live-streamed so the community will be able to listen to the public session by viewing our website: www.amityvilleufsd.org. If you need any assistance with accessing the meeting remotely, you may contact the Technology  Department at helpdesk@amityvilleufsd.org.  

At any time if you have questions for the School Board, please email Eileen Becker, the District  Clerk, at ebecker@amityvilleufsd.org.  

The agenda(s) in whole or in part for the meeting(s) will be available the day before the meeting on the district website.


Letter From Superintendent Dr. Fale In Regards of the Texas Tragedy

Letter From Superintendent Dr. Fale In Regards of the Texas Tragedy

 

http://www.amityvilleufsd.org/newsassets/152004/May_25_2022_Texas_Tragedy_Letter_V1.pdf 

Attachments:

Amityville Memorial High School Student Artwork Featured in The Regional Long Island’s Best Student Art Exhibit at Hecksher Museum

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(MAY 2022)—Amityville Memorial High School senior Mekhi Stevenson’s artwork will be featured in the regional Long Island’s Best student art exhibit, sponsored by the Hecksher Museum of Art. Mekhi’s artwork, “Modern Sketches,” was inspired by the teaching sketches of the famous German artist, George Grosz. Mekhi will be continuing his development as an artist next year at the Academy of Art in Pennsylvania.

Now in its 26th year, the Long Island’s Best program challenges students in grades nine through twelve to choose a work of art that is on view in the museum as inspiration for their own creative expression. Approximately 79 pieces of student-created artwork out of 399 entries from 55 Long Island High Schools were selected for inclusion in this year’s show.

This year, the Long Island’s Best exhibit will be available to view in person at the Hecksher Museum through Sunday, May 29. The exhibit will also be available for online viewing at: https://www.heckscher.org/gallery/?post=15050.

To see a list of the participating students in this exhibition, please visit the following link to view the Long Island’s Best program document: https://www.heckscher.org/exhibitions/long-islands-best-young-artists-at-the-heckscher-museum-2022/

 Mekhi Stevensons Artwork in the Regional Long Islands Best Student Art Exhibit

Important: Budget Vote and Board of Education Election Results

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Amityville Union Free School District Budget Vote and Board of Education Election Results 2022

 

Proposition

YES

NO

#1 Budget

427

213

#2 Capital Reserve

452

172

#3 Energy Performance Contract

492

137


Candidate

T. Fulton

(incumbent)

Votes

454

 

Other

Votes

 

 

Other

Votes

 

 

Candidate

D. Heller

(incumbent)

Votes

443

 

Other

Votes

 

 

Other

Votes

 

 

Amityville’s Edmund W. Miles Middle School Hosts National Junior Honor Society Induction Ceremony

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(MAY 2022)—Recently, Amityville Edmund Miles Middle School students, families, faculty, and staff gathered in the school’s gymnasium to celebrate the school’s 2022 National Junior Honor Society inductees. The National Junior Honor Society is a national organization that consists of chapters in middle schools across the country. Participating middle schools commit to the National Junior Honor Society’s core values represented by the five (5) pillars of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. These are the same attributes students must exemplify to be accepted into the National Junior Honor Society.

“It was truly wonderful to see everyone gather to show support during the ceremony. Special thanks to Carlee Brunson, National Junior Honor Society advisor for putting together a lovely induction ceremony,” said Dr. Edward Fale, Superintendent of Amityville School District. “I know that our new inductees will be a shining example to their fellow students and continue to make us proud.”

2022 National Junior Honor Society Inductees:
Christian Brown
Stephanie Benitez
Marielys Borges Fernandez
Sariah Bassit
Natalie Diaz Almonte
Susan Leach
Grace Luis
Kayla Licona Arias
Melanie Mangru-Narine
Sarai Mullings
Darah Policart
Sameer Shah
Mia Wint
Justice Wright
Brianna Alvarado
Ashly Ayala
Heidy Chavez
Steven Chavez
Cristian Chicas
Ryan Daly
Zayla DeJesus
Ayaanah Ellis
Antoine Hilton
Robert Johnson
Robert Leach
Alliyah McQueen
Aurora Morales
Kelly Sanchez Penate
Jolieth Smith
Sage Stephens
Blessing Williamson

 

Amityvilles Edmund W. Miles Middle School Hosts National Junior Honor Society Induction Ceremony


Saturday, May 28, 2022