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Center Moriches High School

An International Baccalaureate World School

 

311 Frowein Road
Center Moriches, NY 11934
Phone: (631) 878-0092
Fax:
(631) 878-1796
School Hours for Students:
7:20 am – 2:30 pm*
Includes extra-help period


Marissa Mangogna, High School Principal
mmangogna@cmschools.org

Katy Forman, Assistant High School Principal
kforman@cmschools.org

Jeremy Thode, Director of Health, PE, Athletics & Campus Safety & Management
jthode@cmschools.org

Ninoska Slifstein, Office Assistant / Spanish Speaking / ENL Coordinator
nslifstein@cmschools.org

Jessica Donato, Attendance Office
jdonato@cmschools.org

Kelly Kavanagh, Social Worker
kkavanagh@cmschools.org

Lynda Trujillo, Psychologist
ltrujillo@cmschools.org

Miranda Geraci, School Nurse
mgeraci@cmschools.org

 

Principal's Message - March 2024

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February 2024 Newsletter - Click to view the PDF

 

 


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Current News

Robotics Team Touts Successful Season

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The Center Moriches High School robotics team, Infernobotix, had a successful season, ranking third at the Finger Lakes Regional in Rochester, and first out of the teams from Long Island. Prior to that competition, Infernobotix ranked 10th at the South Florida Regional and won the Autonomous Award. The Autonomous Award recognizes the team with the greatest pre-programmed instructions for the driverless period in the first 15 seconds of the match.

This year, the team’s robot had to be designed to shoot 14-inch foam rings into a goal placed seven feet in the air. The team worked together to design the robot with sensors and cameras to be able to shoot from any position with high accuracy. At each competition that Infernobotix participated in, the team stood out for its high accuracy and the wide range of positions the robot was able to score from.

The team’s seniors include President Spencer Buff, President Brendan Connelly, Vice President Jordan Jastrzebski, Secretary Lucas Dias, Nicholas Lyons and Robert Fahie.

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Date Added: 4/3/2024

STEM Day

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Clayton Huey Elementary School students visited Center Moriches High School to collaborate with the Science Honor Society for STEM Day on March 26. Fourth and fifth graders rotated through several hands-on stations led by high school students, focusing on the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. Stations included Play-Doh making, building solar eclipse models, constructing kaleidoscopes and sound experiments. Additionally, the high school robotics team was on hand to demonstrate how its robot works – a station that seemed to be a crowd favorite.

“My favorite part about STEM Day was the robot and I liked how cool it was and I liked watching throw it into the targets,” said fifth grader Brayden M.

The annual event is an exciting learning opportunity for elementary and high school students alike.

““It was interesting, at least for me and I’m assuming the rest of the high schoolers, to take what they know and what they’re learning in school and find a way to translate that to elementary schoolers. It was just a great opportunity for everyone,” said senior and Science Honor Society member Alexander Babzien.

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Date Added: 3/28/2024

Mental Health Run Series Kicks Off in Center Moriches

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The second annual Using Our Voices Mental Health Run Series kicked off in Center Moriches on March 16. The series of student-run 5K races were created by Center Moriches High School, North Babylon High School and Connetquot High School students as a follow up to P.S. I Love You Day. The races aim to share messages about reducing stress and anxiety and building relationships through physical activity. The first race marked a huge success with more than 300 registrants.

Through planning this event, Center Moriches High School student-leaders are using their voices to promote a positive, healthy culture across Long Island. They are looking forward to collaborating with their peers in organizing the upcoming 5K races.

For photos from the March 16 race, please click the link below:

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Date Added: 3/21/2024

Student Leaders Promote Mental Health Awareness

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Student leaders at Center Moriches High School pushed in to middle school and elementary school classes to promote exercise as a positive coping skill for mental health. Students were excited to connect with the high schoolers and participate in interactive activities.

The classroom visits were in preparation for the upcoming Using Our Voices Mental Health Run Series. Center Moriches is holding the first 5K of the series on March 16. The student-led event promotes love, unites communities and encourages mental health awareness through physical activity.

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Date Added: 3/15/2024

Empty Bowls Project Fills Hearts

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The National Art Honor Society at Center Moriches High School hosted a ceramic soup bowl-making workshop on March 5 as part of the Empty Bowls Project. The workshop raised funding for local food pantries to help feed those facing food insecurity. The Empty Bowls Project is an effort by artists to support food-related charitable organizations. It served as a reminder for students that they can help fight hunger on a community level.

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Date Added: 3/8/2024
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