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Pennies for Patients

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Northside Elementary School joined thousands of schools across the country to participate in the Pennies for Patients Challenge Week. Students were encouraged to theme their clothing in conjunction with the coin of the day, like Pajama Penny Day, Neon Nickels Day, Dazzling Dimes Day, and Crazy Quarter Day. All proceeds go to support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s mission to end cancer. Northside’s fundraiser culminated today— early estimates suggest that the students have raised nearly 6K! 

Way to go young Dalers!

Northside Elementary School Celebrates 59th Birthday

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The students at Northside Elementary School celebrated their school’s 59th birthday yesterday. Everyone enjoyed ice pops and dancing to Go Noodle videos! 

Farmingdale Schools Perform All District Chorus Concert

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On Thursday, February 6, 2020, Farmingdale High School hosted the All District Chorus Concert, bringing together 420 students from all six Farmingdale schools—elementary through high school. 

Each year, the All District Concert is a showcase that demonstrates the amazing level of growth that takes place from the elementary to the high school level. It alternates every three years with band, orchestra, and chorus. 

Music teachers Christina Cinnamo and Emilie D’Andrilli conducted the elementary chorus. Danielle Tucker conducted the middle school chorus. The high school women’s chorus was conducted by Edward Kozlowski, and the mixed chorus was conducted by Jessica Mischke. The combined ensemble was conducted by Catherine McLaughlin. 

The grand finale brought all the students together to sing “You Will Be Found” from the musical Dear Evan Hansen. 

You can watch the entire concert by clicking here.

101 Farmingdale Students Perform in All County

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 Farmingdale School District sent 101 of their top student musicians to the 2020 Nassau Music Educators Association (NMEA) All County Music Festival—held at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts on multiple days in January. The festival brings music students together from schools throughout Nassau County.

To qualify for participation, students must perform at the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Adjudication Festival and be nominated by their music teachers. A committee of Nassau County music educators make the final selection of which students will perform in the various groups. 

The Farmingdale students performed in 5 different divisions—broken down by grade level—in the categories of Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Vocal Jazz, and Jazz Band.

Farmingdale Students Perform at the Day of Horn

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Fourteen student-musicians from Farmingdale School District performed at the 15th annual Suffolk County Music Educators’ Association (SCMEA) Day of Horn—held Friday, January 17, 2020 at Northport High School.

The Day of Horn ensemble included over 200 horn players, joining together for an afternoon of rehearsals and master classes. The guest artist this year was Dr. Heidi Lucas, Associate Professor of Horn at Indiana University in Pennsylvania. 

The Day of Horn features concerts by the Northport Horn Club, the Suffolk Horn Club, the Day of Horn Student All Star Ensemble, and the Day of Horn Massed Horn Ensemble—comprised of all participating students from third to twelfth grade. Students were accompanied by music teachers Erica Hartmann and Christina Cinnamo. 

The fourteen Farmingdale musicians that participated hail from Northside Elementary School, Weldon E. Howitt Middle School, and Farmingdale High School. They include: Gianna DiDio, Lily DiVuolo, Owen Mammolito, Lukas Mall, Isabella Babino, Jaylyn Umana, Andrew Freuman, Brandon McAteer, Michael Biscardi, Jaden Pesante, Carter Cinelli, Kaitlyn Abboud, Aidan Chung, and Lillian White.

“The Day of Horn is always a wonderful afternoon of making music,” said music teacher Erica Hartmann. “It's a great way to meet horn players from all over Long Island and hear professional players perform.”

The event is sponsored annually by the Suffolk County Music Educators’ Association (SCMEA), which organizes numerous music festivals throughout the year.
 

By The Numbers

5,523

Students Enrolled

1,775

Honor Roll Students

1,200

Student Athletes

4,278

Student Artists

19

AP Courses Available

1475

Students in After-School Activities