School Notebook: Several Students Honored, Memorial Soccer Tournament Set

Here's a look at the weekly headlines from area school districts.

Babylon Village
Babylon High School alum Rebecca Rubin, along with several business professionals from the Babylon community, paid a visit to her former high school on May 24 to discuss the many fine career choices in the business field. Read the on Babylon Village Patch.

Deer Park-North Babylon
While the current school year is rapidly coming to a close, Deer Park High School officials are already planning for the return of Career Day this fall and looking for local businesses to participate. Read the on Deer Park-North Babylon Patch.

Half Hollow Hills
Teams are finalized for the Third Annual Matthew Logan Scarpati Memorial Soccer Tournament, which honors the memory of the 19-year-old Half Hollow Hills graduate who was struck and killed in 2009 by a drunk driver. Read the on Half Hollow Hills Patch.

Lindenhurst Patch
The Lindenhurst Bulldog mascot made it to heat five of MSG Varsity’s Mascot Dash. Read the on Lindenhurst Patch.

Patchogue Patch
 senior Marissa Nardino's work was selected as a winner in the Astoria Federal Savings 2012 Teen Photo contest announced Patchogue-Medford School District. Read the on Patchogue Patch.

Sachem Patch
 senior Valerie Zeffiro signed her National Letter of Intent to swim at Division I Siena College Wednesday morning. Read the on Sachem Patch.

The original work of 14 students of the Bayport-Blue Point School District, grades kindergarten through eight, in the areas of film production, literature, musical composition, photography and visual arts were recently recognized at the regional level of the PTA Reflections program. Read the on Sayville-Bayport Patch.

West Islip Patch
It was a battle of long-time Long Island lacrosse rivals and in the end West Islip walked away with its ninth consecutive Suffolk County Class A title, defeating Ward Melville 9-6 Wednesday afternoon. Read the on West Islip Patch.


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