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750 Herman Avenue, Franklin Square, NY 11010
Main Office Phone: (516) 564-5500

 

Interim Principal: Dr. Robin Small

Assistant Principal: Jennifer Buonaspina

Interim Assistant Principal: Fabian Jara

 

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Valley Stream North High School’s Ecology Club Visits Crossroads Farm

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Valley Stream, NY (November 2021) — Recently, North High School’s Ecology Club took a trip to Crossroads Farm with science teacher and club advisor Stephanie Restuccio to learn about biodynamic farming. Biodynamic farming is a holistic, ecological and ethical approach to farming, gardening, food and nutrition. A key aspect of this form of farming is the saving of seeds to be used for future planting. Following a tour of the farm and an introduction to biodynamic farming, the students had the hands-on experience of harvesting seeds from the buds of dead flowers to be used for new flower plantings next year. Students also learned how saving seeds helps foster genetic diversity and offers opportunities for creating new varieties of plantings.

“Organizing activities such as the Ecology Club’s visit to Crossroads Farm augments and helps bring to life principles our students are learning in the classroom,” said North High School Interim Principal Dr. Robin Small. “The Ecology Club, like the many other clubs at North High School, provides an opportunity for students to explore their interests and passions with like-minded students. These clubs also provide a social outlet, which is critical for our students’ social-emotional health.”

For more information about the District, please visit: http://www.vschsd.org and ‘like’ our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ValleyStreamCentralHighSchoolDistrict

Valley Stream North High School Girls Varsity Volleyball Team are 2021 Nassau County A3 Conference Champions

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Valley Stream, NY (November 2021)—Valley Stream North High School’s Girls Varsity Volleyball Team had an exceptional 2021 season, highlighted by a dozen wins and incredible displays of athleticism. The team won the Nassau County A3 Conference Championship title with an overall record of 12-1. The team was led by Captains Madelyn Dusel, Alessandra Llubit, Haley Nelson and Karen Ye.

“I am incredibly proud of the Girls Varsity Volleyball Team,” said Dr. Robin Small, Interim Principal of Valley Stream North High School. “Their accomplishments this year are the result of hard work, dedication and a passion for volleyball. Thank you to Coach Mary Parisi for guiding the team to victory!”

The Nassau County Volleyball Association recognized the accomplishments of the team and the five young ladies who won postseason honors: Kayla Santo and Alessandra Llubit earned All-County Honors; Isabella Matura earned All-County Honorable Mention; Haley Nelson earned All-County Honorable Mention and was also named one of Nassau County’s Top 50 volleyball players; and Karen Ye earned an All-Conference title and is the team’s recipient of the Scholar Athlete award.

“I am so proud of this team’s dedication and commitment,” said Mary Parisi, Girls Varsity Volleyball Coach. “These young women are role models for their peers. I am honored to be their coach.” Coach Mary Parisi was named Conference A3 Coach of the Year for the second year in a row.

Members of the A3 Conference Championship team are:
Sophomores: Isabella Feldman, Nattaly Lindo, and Alyanna Nadal
Juniors: Gabrielle DiCostanzo, Isabella Matura, Kayla Santo, and Gianna Sinner
Seniors: Madelyn Dusel, Alessandra Llubit, Haley Nelson and Karen Ye.

Valley Stream North High School’s Spartans Celebrate Homecoming 2021

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Valley Stream, NY (November 2021)—Valley Stream North High School welcomed current students, alumni, family, and friends for its annual Homecoming celebration on Saturday, October 30. After having to cancel the event last year due to the pandemic, this year’s Homecoming was especially exciting, and it showed; so many of the hundreds in attendance sported green and white attire to show their Spartan pride!

Starting off Spirit Week on the Monday prior to Homecoming festivities, students wore pajamas to school for Pajama Day. On Tuesday’s Time Travel Day, the school was filled with students dressed in fashion from the past. On Western Wednesday, students wore cowboy boots and hats. Thursday’s Spirit Day was a day dedicated to students wearing green, the school’s color, and on Friday’s Costume Day, the hallways were filled with students dressed in amazing Halloween costumes.

The Senior High School Student Council and Advisors Mary Parisi and Al Daddino planned all the Homecoming festivities, while Athletic Director Mr. Klimuszko worked with parents and coaches of the Spartan Club to ensure the senior athletes were honored at the Senior Breakfast.

“Homecoming is always a great opportunity for our school community to show off our Spartan pride; rally our students and staff; and show support for all our athletics, academics, and extracurricular activities,” said Dr. Robin Small, Interim Principal of Valley Stream North High School. “Nothing compares with everyone in person together, sharing their excitement and enthusiasm for our school and our community.”

Mr. Fabian Jara, Interim Assistant Principal of Valley Stream North High School, and Mr. Daddino served as DJ and game announcer, respectively. School clubs and organizations—including the Grade Councils, Black Student Union, Culture Society, National Junior Honor Society, and Tri - M Music Honor Society—worked with advisors to make the Homecoming Pre-Game Festival successful. Spartan’s Cheerleaders, Kickline, and the Step Team performed during halftime, while the Spartan Marching Band provided musical entertainment throughout the game and at halftime. Homecoming King and Queen, Daniel Ellis and Alessandra Llubit were crowned. The day was topped off with a Spartan win in the Homecoming game, 28-21 over Lynbrook.

For more information about the District, please visit: http://www.vschsd.org and ‘like’ our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ValleyStreamCentralHighSchoolDistrict

Spartan’s Pep Rally at Valley Stream North High School

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Valley Stream, NY (October 2021)—Spartan school spirit was shining bright on Thursday, October 7 as Valley Stream North High School held its annual outdoor pep rally! All Varsity and Junior Varsity teams were announced to the audience of students, family, friends and building faculty and staff who were cheering on with great excitement.

“It’s great to see the enthusiasm, energy, laughter and smiles of our students, their friends and families again here on our campus,” said Dr. Robin Small, Interim Principal of North High School. “It’s been a long time coming since we have all been able to get together and show our school spirit. This is a great beginning to what I believe will be a tremendous year for all our programs – athletics, academics, and clubs. It is clear that our students are proud to be Spartans.”

The pep rally was coordinated by Senior High School Council Advisors Mary Parisi and Al Daddino, with Paul Klimuszko, North High School’s Athletic Director. Mr. Daddino was the emcee for the event while Mr. Fabian Jara, the Interim Assistant Principal, served as DJ for the festivities. Everyone enjoyed the performances by the Spartan Steppers, Rangerettes, Cheer Team and a special rap performance by none other than Coach Parisi.

“I had a fantastic time as DJ at the pep rally. It was a great day for everyone,” said Mr. Jara. “I love the energy and the enthusiasm shown out on the field. It makes me proud to be a Spartan!”

For more information about the District, please visit: http://www.vschsd.org and ‘like’ our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ValleyStreamCentralHighSchoolDistrict

North High School's Annual Club Fair

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Valley Stream, NY (October 2021)—On September 28, North High School held its annual Club Fair, an event that provides students with an opportunity to learn about the many clubs and extracurricular activities available both before and after school hours. Student representatives from each club were available to answer questions and explain to prospective members their group’s mission and activities.

“It was a wonderful and informative day for our students,” said Dr. Robin Small, Interim Principal of Valley Stream North High School. “Participation in extracurricular activities is part of a well-rounded high school experience. After the limitations imposed by the pandemic on many of our clubs over the past year and a half, it was wonderful to see our students’ enthusiasm and interest in learning about the many opportunities available to them to further engage with their individual interests and passions.”

Valley Stream North High School has an array of extracurricular activities available for students to join, including Student Government, honor societies, service clubs, special interest clubs, athletic clubs and support clubs.

“The interest expressed by so many of our students in learning about and joining the many clubs offered at North High School is another example of how we are all working together to make this year very special and rewarding for our students,” said Amy Italiano, Students Activities Director of North High School. “I was really impressed with the work and creativity demonstrated by the student club representatives in the set up of their booths and how information was displayed. They did an amazing job in making this a successful event.”

Over 200 students attended the Club Fair. Due to Covid-19 capacity limits, the number of students in the cafeteria, where the Club Fair was held, was limited to 150 students at any one time.

For more information about the Valley Stream Central High School District, please visit: http://www.vschsd.org and ‘like’ our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ValleyStreamCentralHighSchoolDistrict

Sunday, December 05, 2021