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  • Ames Students Have a Digital Dialogue on Organ Donation

    For years, volunteers from the Long Island Transplant Recipients International Organization have visited health classes at Massapequa High School’s Ames Campus to discuss the importance of organ donation.

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  • Literary Symbols Come to Life at Ames

    Utilizing a 3D printer, ninth graders at Massapequa High School’s Ames Campus took their understanding of literature to the next level. English language arts teacher Jennifer Rabie and library media specialist Evangeline King collaborated to add a technology component to the independent reading assignment.

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  • Ames Students Signal Their Emotions

    A collaborative project combined art, sign language and social and emotional learning for students in the Career and Community Connections Class at Massapequa High School’s Ames Campus. The idea was spearheaded by art teacher Nicole Hassell, American Sign Language teacher Patricia McCarthy and CCC teachers Trish DePalma and Kathleen Wegener.

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  • A Sign of the Season at Ames

    “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” is one of the most well-known Christmas songs and students in the Career and Community Connections class at Massapequa High School’s Ames Campus recently learned a new way to tell the tale of the reindeer who saved the day.

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  • Building Computer Knowledge in Massapequa

    Computer science education is an important part of a curriculum that promotes 21st-century skills in the Massapequa School District, whether it is an introduction to coding at the elementary schools, or a yearlong immersion in technology at the high school level. Dec. 7-13 marked Computer Science Education Week, a national initiative.

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  • SADD Club Donation Supports Mental Wellness

    Opportunities for students to participate in community service activities have been reduced because of health and safety protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic, but members of one Massapequa High School club found a way to make a positive difference.

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Albert Einstein

“Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.”

-Albert Einstein

Mark Twain

“Learning softeneth the heart and breedeth gentleness and charity.”

-Mark Twain

John Adams

“There are two types of education... One should teach us how to make a living, And the other how to live.”

-John Adams