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Playthings For Special Needs Children

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A group of Commack students who are members of the high school’s “Real Problems, Real Solutions Team” designed and built one-of-a-kind playthings for the children at United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) Children’s Center in Commack.

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Talented Percussionist Wins Numerous Honors

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Commack High School senior Daniel Gillen’s rhythmic abilities and outstanding performance in instrumental music have been recognized nationally.

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Sawmill Students Take First Place in National Science League

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Commack’s Mandracchia-Sawmill fourth grade National Science League students have done it again! For the fourth time since 2005, the team has earned first place in the national competition.
This was a stellar year for the National Science League teams at Mandracchia Sawmill Intermediate School. Both the third grade and fifth grade teams ranked second nationally, only […]

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Number Ein In German

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Eric Lipinski, a student in Dominick Kosciuk’s IB-German class at Commack High School won first place on Long Island for his outstanding results on the American Association of  Teachers of German (AATG) National German Exam Level IV (special designation). Eric has been invited to attend an Awards Dinner held by the AATG to be honored […]

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Commack SD Summer Exploration Program

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The Commack School District will be offering the SCOPE Summer Explorations 2012 Program for Commack School District students in entering grades 1-6.
The Summer Explorations Program and the Summer Music Program will be held at Burr Intermediate School. Commack elementary students entering grades 1-6 may participate in our innovative Summer Explorations Program.
The Summer Exploration classes will […]

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Commack Car Wash For A Cause

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Commack students volunteered their time and talent to help a non-profit organization, the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF), by organizing and coordinating a car wash, held at Sunshine Physical Therapy in Commack. CAF provides opportunities and support to people with physical disabilities so they can pursue active lifestyles through physical fitness and competitive athletics.
The students found […]

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Commack Technology Students’ Inventiveness Wins Honors

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 Commack technology students earned three awards, including a first place award for $1000, at the 2012 High School Engineering & Technology Showcase Competition at New York Institute of Technology – Old Westbury Campus in April. The event is sponsored by New York Institute of Technology in partnership with Connect-To-Tech.
 
The Excellence in Engineering Award went to […]

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Commack Courtyard Cleanup

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The Commack Middle School Student Government, along with Club Europa, teacher Thomas Stevens, and some of his students, embarked on the task of beautifying the school’s courtyard. Many middle school students expressed the desire to go outside to relax, read, or just hang out with friends in a quiet atmosphere. Teachers also expressed an interest […]

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Commack H.S. Among The Best In The Nation

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Commack High School Awarded Gold Medal and Named to U.S. News & World Reports 2012 Best 100 High Schools In The Nation

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Commack Junior Awarded For Original Research

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The Junior Science and Humanities Symposia Program invites high school students to submit a paper on an original research investigation in the sciences, engineering, or mathematics, and to participate in the Long Island Regional Symposium at Stony Brook University (SUNY) held annually in March. This year, 226 projects were entered, and 70 students were selected […]

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