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Farmingdale High School


We will practice our safety drills on March 4th and March 22nd.  While we practice our drills, we are unable to answer phone calls, and doors. Your patience and cooperation are appreciated. 


 

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Current News

MAGIC, CHEER, AND POM POMS

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The Farmingdale High School Varsity Cheerleaders showcased their talent and dedication at the NHSCC event, representing their school with passion and spirit. Their impressive performance in the DI Small Traditional and DI Small Game Day divisions at Walt Disney World in Florida was commendable. The team's hard work, perseverance, and teamwork shone brightly on the grand stage of the competition, leaving a lasting impression on all who witnessed their routines—huge congratulations to the cheerleaders and their coaches for their outstanding achievement. Your success has brought joy and pride to the entire Daler community. Keep shining bright!

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The shiny plaques celebrating Valedictorian Seamus Vereline and Salutatorian Alexa Frontino from the Class of have landed! Keep an eye out for their names shining bright on the Valedictorian Salutatorian Wall of Fame at Farmingdale High School.

SPREAD LOVE AND KINDNESS

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Joining hearts across the district. Dalers of all ages throughout the district donned purple on Friday, February 9, 2024, to show their support for P.S. I Love You Day. This special day aims to shine a light on mental health and combat bullying. By introducing mental health education to students at an early age, discussions will become more open, enabling students to identify when they or others require assistance. Every second Friday of February, communities are urged to wear purple to promote kindness, create a welcoming atmosphere, and emphasize that mental health is as crucial as physical health.

 

DALER PIN DOWN SUCCESS

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This past weekend, Farmingdale High School had 15 wrestlers compete in the Nassau County Championships alongside 300 wrestlers from 40 high schools. Each bracket had 26 wrestlers, leading to a mix of victories and defeats for our team. The Dalers demonstrated their strength by securing a 6th-place team finish, a notable improvement from last season's 14th place. Additionally, four Dalers received All-county honors:

  • Michael Perez, 10th grade, placed 3rd
  • Eric Wolf, 11th grade, placed 3rd
  • Wilson Quintanilla, 10th grade, placed 5th
  • Josh Kama, 10th grade, placed 6th

Congratulations to the entire team and their coaches!

ALL-COUNTY DALERS

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Farmingdale Schools proudly sent 104 students to the 2024 Nassau Music Educators Association All-County Music Festival, which took place at the Tilles Center in January. This esteemed event brings together music students from various schools in Nassau County, providing a platform to showcase their exceptional talent honed throughout the season. The festival comprises five divisions: Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Vocal Jazz, and Jazz Band, with only the most accomplished student musicians in Nassau County receiving invitations to perform with the All-County ensemble. District educators expressed delight in the participation of over a hundred students in this year's festival, a testament to the exceptional musical prowess cultivated within the community.

See more pictures HERE!

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