• From Kindergartners to Seniors, All Are Coding in Massapequa

    Behind every computer program is an intricate set of letters, numbers and symbols known as code, which tells the program how to work.

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  • Tech Students Test Out Their Bridges

    Mr. O’Connor’s 8th grade Tech students have been working on their Bridge Project. Students constructed a model bridge made of balsa wood and hot glue and designed their structure using what they learned about the strength, shape and triangles.

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  • Good Grammar is in Style in Massapequa

    Students are never too old for a refresher on good writing practices, and the Massapequa School District is renewing an emphasis on grammar at the secondary level.

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  • Berner Program Builds Character and Community

    It was a day devoted to personal growth and community building at Berner Middle School as the Chiefs Challenge club hosted Character Education Day on Nov. 18.

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  • Friendsgiving

    Mrs. Tuniewicz' Home & Careers students had a Friendsgiving in their class today.

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  • Thanksgiving Food Drive

    Berner Middle School’s Student Council is hosting their annual Thanksgiving Food Drive.

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  • Turkey Grams

    It's Turkey Time! Berner Middle School Students and Staff can send a letter of gratitude and a Jolly Rancher Lollipop to anyone at Berner Middle School!

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  • Students Create Dream Catchers

    In celebration of Native American Heritage during the month of November the 6th, 7th, 8th grade class officers and cooking and crafts club collaborated to create dream catchers and candy filled cornucopias after school on November 10th

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