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Rocky Point Union Free School District

Seven Honored for Commitment to Student-Athletes

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The Rocky Point Union Free School District is pleased to congratulate seven members of the school community who were inducted into the 2022 Rocky Point Athletic Hall of Fame. With family, community members and school district officials in attendance, the festive ceremony took place on Oct. 1.

The district congratulates Diane Armet, Andrew Aschettino, Al Ellis, Rose Monz, Anna Spallina and Robin Winkel. They were each lauded for their service to the student-athletes in Rocky Point and their contributions to the athletic program. Legendary Rocky Point lacrosse coach Mike Bowler was also honored posthumously. Each honoree was presented with a plaque and will have one placed in their honor on the district’s Athletic Hall of Fame.

The event, organized by the Office of Health, Physical Education and Athletics, preceded the Eagles varsity winning homecoming game.

Date Added: 10/6/2022

School Spirit and Energy in RPMS!

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Rocky Point Middle School students were proud participants in a pep rally on Sept. 30. With cheers from the students in grades 6-8, the school assembly helped inspire enthusiasm for the Rocky Point Eagles varsity homecoming game on Oct. 1.

Date Added: 10/6/2022

Eagles Take the Win 42-0!

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There was rain. It was cold. Those facts didn’t matter to the Rocky Point varsity football team and cheerleaders at the Oct. 1 homecoming game against Eastport South Manor.

With teamwork, sportsmanship and Rocky Point student-athletes on top of their game, the Eagles were victorious at 42-0. Go Eagles!

Date Added: 10/4/2022

A Win-Win for Positive Behaviors

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Rocky Point Middle School students participated in an interactive and fun assembly to share in the spirit of school pride.

Faculty members created skits that highlighted character education initiatives and student expectations as part of the district’s Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports program.

The results? Rocky Point School District pride took the first-place prize for all!

Date Added: 10/4/2022

Math Fact Fluency for FJC Students!

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Frank J. Carasiti Elementary School students are shoring up their math skills and getting ready for a festive fall season in the process. A recent math lesson for Ms. Julianne Warren and Mrs. Erin DeMarco’s second grade class turned math equations into fun with Candy Corn Fact Families.

The students enjoyed creating and solving the math addition and subtraction problems and coloring in their candy corns with crayons to practice and reinforce their fact fluency. Some students even challenged themselves with more advanced equations! Great job, Grade Two!

Date Added: 10/4/2022
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