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Rocky Point Union Free School District

Eagle Pride

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Twenty-seven Rocky Point High School student-athletes were commended for their fall athletic achievements. The Rocky Point School District congratulates the following student-athletes for their efforts on their respective Eagles teams and their post-season honors.

Gianna Amendola – Soccer, All-State 1st Team
Lindsey Lucia – Soccer, All-State 3rd Team
Victoria Curreri – Soccer, All-County
Alexandra Kelly – Soccer, All-County
Cody Miller – Football, All-County
Halley Fusco – Gymnastics, All-County
Shaun Sander – Soccer, All-County Academic
Marques Cantone – Football, 1st Team All-Division
Marykate Abernathy – Soccer, All-Division
Megan Loeser – Soccer, All-Division
Alexandra Kelly – Soccer, All-Division Academic
Lily Resciniti – Soccer, All-Division Academic
Shane McDonald – Soccer, All-Conference
Matthew Sloane – Soccer, All-Conference
Tyler Moeller – Football, 2nd Team All-Division
Liam Reisinger – Football, 2nd Team All-Division
Jayden White – Football, 2nd Team All-Division
Halle Rau – Gymnastics, All-League and Scholar Athlete
Isabel Bellport – Tennis, All-League
Michael Burke – Soccer, All-League
Andrew Crandall – Soccer All-League
Samantha Friello – Tennis, All-League
Chloe Graham – Volleyball, All-League
Victor Huff – Boys Cross-Country, All-League
Kylie Modine – Volleyball, All-League
Michael Nofi – Golf, All-League
Julia Matthews – Gymnastics, All-League

Pocket Theater Performance Wows!

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Rocky Point High School students created another memorable performance when members of the Pocket Theater staged a spine-chilling turned side-splitting “The Hallmarks of Horror.”

The school district commends all those involved in embracing the performing arts.

For the Love of Animals!

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When Middle School and High School students and staff were called upon to gather much-needed items for two Suffolk County nonprofit animal organizations, they stepped up to donate canned food, blankets, accessories, treats, carrier beds, crates and more. Middle School students in Jennifer Gordon’s Family and Consumer Science class took the ask a step further and created stuffed animal-friendly toys: dog “bones” and cat “mice.”

Mrs. Gordon was excited to team up with Patchogue-based Almost Home Animal Rescue and Nesconset-based Paws of War, which received the collected items for their 7th Annual Thanksgiving Shelter and Rescue Drive.

Inspiration From A Puppeteer Extraordinaire!

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There’s so much to see at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade!

Students in Mrs. Carrie Casswell’s first grade class at Frank J. Carasiti Elementary School learned the amazing and true story of Tony Sarg, the incredible puppeteer who created a long-lasting gift to America – the first parade balloons in 1928. Together the class read “Balloons Over Broadway” and were inspired to plan, design and create their own animal balloons. The students then paraded in the halls of FJC to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving.

See more photos on the District Facebook page.

Turkey Baster Races!

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Whoever said turkey basters are solely for basting a turkey? Using engineering and problem-solving skills, Mrs. Perri and Ms. Kuhn’s science classes at Rocky Point Middle School kicked off the Thanksgiving holiday with a “Turkey Baster Races” lab. The students used turkey basters to make their pingpong ball go the farthest.
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