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Students Earn Awards at HOSA Competition

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Members of Rye Neck High School’s Health Occupation Students of America team had a strong performance at HOSA’s virtual Spring Leadership Conference from April 14-16.

Under the leadership of team adviser Matt DeBellis, 16 students from Rye Neck competed against more than 200 other students from high schools and health programs across New York State. As a result of their performance, sophomore Michaela Alsiadi placed first in the highly competitive clinical nursing examination event, and sophomores Clementine Garnier and Olivia Tobin placed second in the CPR/First Aid team exam.

The competitive organization brings together students who aspire to be future health professionals.

Senior Earns Mathematics Scholarship

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Rye Neck High School senior Gabriel Miller, who is a member of the National Math Honor Society, has been awarded a 2021 Mu Alpha Theta Scholarship by the organization. He is one of 13 high school students to receive the scholarship this year.

Miller was selected to receive the competitive scholarship by excelling in mathematics, providing exemplary leadership and loyalty to his Mu Alpha Theta chapter and providing service in the field of mathematics.

He is president and one of the founders of the Mu Alpha Theta chapter at his school. He plans on further pursuing his interests in government and mathematics in college.

Update from the Superintendent - April 16, 2021 -

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Update from the Superintendent - April 9, 2021

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