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  • Mathletes Place Third

    The Sewanhaka Mathletes team placed third in the district tournament.

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  • Pasta Bash

    Each year, Sewanhaka’s very own Italian Club organizes the Pasta Bash, hosted by the wonderful Mrs. LaGallo. This evening is always something looked forward to by the students enrolled in the Italian program, along with their families.

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  • Friday Spotlight - World Language

    In January, Sewanhaka High School juniors and seniors enrolled in French and Italian visited Covert Avenue Elementary School to speak to sixth graders. In just a few weeks, these incoming students will be asked to select which language class they’d like to take when they enter Sewanhaka.

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  • Junior High Robotics

    On Feb. 9, the Sewanhaka Junior High Robotics team participated in the SBPLI FIRST Lego League Qualifier in Mineola.

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  • Friday Spotlight - STEP Program

    For the past four years, Sewanhaka High School science teacher Joe Botka has been running the STEP program for students. STEP stands for Science and Technology Entry Program.

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  • Students of the Month

    The students of the month for January are, shown from left: Mekayla Moreau, business; Brandon Fitzpatrick, science; Ansel Pimentel, CTE; Rahul Maharjan, social studies; Joshua Estevez, art; Karsie Buckley, physical education; Qin Yi Huang, English; and Hailey Valentin, English.

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  • Friday Spotlight – Model UN

    The Sewanhaka High School Model UN left for its second conference of the year on Jan. 30. This conference is hosted at American University in Washington D.C. Led by Mr. Sakowich, the students have spent many hours preparing for this event.

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  • Lacrosse Alumni Visit Sewanhaka

    On Jan. 25, lacrosse alumni visited Sewanhaka High School. This reunion brought back alumni as far back as the Class of 1948.

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  • Friday Spotlight - Scratch Coding

    One of the best ways to keep students engaged with a rigorous curriculum is to diversify the way it is delivered. This year’s AP Physics students in Ms. Lovett’s class were given an extra credit opportunity to develop and code a video game using MIT’s Scratch Coding curriculum.

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  • Sewanhaka Art Students Display Work

    Sewanhaka High School’s AP Studio Art students Nia Balgobin and Dylan Norrby had their artwork on display at the 16th annual Advanced Visions: High School Artists of Excellence exhibit, which was on view from Dec. 9-Jan. 22 at LIU Post.

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  • SEWANHAKA HIGH SCHOOL
    MISSION STATEMENT

    Our mission is to educate students academically and culturally. Our school prides itself on mutual respect for all students. Sewanhaka High School provides our students a foundation for lifelong growth and higher-level thinking skills. Our mission is for students to become positive forces in society, exhibiting attributes of leadership, responsibility, character and acceptance.
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