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Amityville Memorial High School holds annual Crepe Day Celebration

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On Feb. 2, in honor of National Crepe Day — known as “La Chandeleur” in France and celebrated throughout the world— Amityville Memorial High School’s World Language Honor Society hosted its second annual Crepe Day Celebration.

The Crepe Day Celebration, which was held in the Edmund W. Miles Middle School cafeteria, welcomed students, parents and community members from Northeast, Northwest and Park Avenue elementary schools, as well as students from the middle and high school.

The Crepe Day participants celebrated by enjoying fresh crepes (courtesy of the World Language Honor Society members) and engaging in many fun, educational and interactive activities.

Date Added: 2/6/2023

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Date Added: 2/3/2023


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Date Added: 1/10/2023

Amityville School District celebrates Girls and Women in Sports Day

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On Feb. 3, the Amityville School District recognized its female student-athletes to celebrate Girls and Women in Sports Day.

Girls and Women in Sports Day annually commemorates the achievements of female coaches and athletes while acknowledging the role of sports to help unlock the boundless potential of women. Many of the district’s student-athletes and coaches wore red shirts with the message, “I know I play like a girl, try to keep up,” as part of the daylong celebration.

The district is so proud of its female student-athletes and all of their hard work and accomplishments.

Date Added: 2/3/2023

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Date Added: 1/31/2023


Tuesday, February 07, 2023