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Oceanside School District


The Oceanside School District is a leader in educational excellence and student achievement, educating 5,500 students Pre-K-12.

Oceanside High School consistently ranks in the top 1.5% of high schools nationwide. 

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January 27 & 28 Addams Family at OMS. Call 516-678-1220 for information.
So Fun City assembly performer encourages students to cheer for their classmates during assembly.
School #8 students cheer for classmates during assembly.
Bubblemania performer creates a giant bubble around a student.
School #3 students learn the art and science of bubbles
School 5 and 8 students from Project Extra Grade 6.
Best Buddies club members in gym lit by lights strung around gym and dividing bowling %22lanes.%22
The OHS Best Buddies chapter held a Glow Bowl to celebrate the holiday season.
OMS Cheerleaders perform at basketball game half-time
OMS Cheerleaders perform at basketball game half-time
Students at School #9E pose outside with food collected for districtwide Turkey Shoot distribution of food to local familiies
#9E K Kids with donations for the holiday food drive known as the Turkey Shoot
OMS student waits while author Megan Freeman signs his copy of her book, Alone.
OMS students met "Alone" author Megan Freeman for a book talk and signing
Two School #5 boys look at gifts at the %22aunt%22 table of holiday boutique.
School #5 students shop at the holiday boutique
All 12 varsity teams have earned scholar-athlete status with team averages of 90+. 65% of varsity athletes have 90+ average.
7 Scholar Athlete News
OHS students and staff load deliveries of holiday food for struggling families.
OHS students and staff load deliveries of holiday food for struggling families.
students dancing on stage in dress rehearsal for theatre production of Fame.
OHS students performed Fame November 18 & 19
Two School #5 students from the garden club leaning over a planter and looking at seeds.
School #5's garden club completed fall clean-up and harvested seeds for spring.
High School students gather on darkened stage with electronic candles and lanterns to read spooky stories for Halloween.
OHS Creative Writing Students Share Spooky Stories
A group of third grade students on a walkway at the Marine Nature Study Area in Oceanside,
Ms. Lewitin's third graders at School #8 at the Oceanside Marine Nature Study Area
Oceanside Middle School Students and Staff walking the track for breast cancer fundraiser.
Oceanside Middle School Students and Staff walk the track for breast cancer fundraiser.
Students examine stuffed animals with toy stethoscopes as Mount Sinai-South Nassau nurses look on
Kindergartners learn about medical procedures at Teddy Bear Clinic
Therapy dog gets treats from students at OHS wellness center.
Maddie the Therapy Dog visited with ENL students at OHS.
School #4 students are studying the breakdown of materials in landfills by layering materials and watching what happens.
School #4 students are studying the breakdown of materials in landfills
Students holding up pieces of paper with pictures of their emojis.
#2 sixth graders designed emojis to visualize respect
Teacher and two students cutting ribbon around book-themed cornhole board games for PE classes.
These book-themed cornhole boards for PE classes were a collaborative project.
Four students at a workplace in the community.
OHS Students Are In the Workforce
Students washing cars in middle school driveway.
OMS Students Raised $750 for PTA at their car wash
Three elemetnary students in front of a smart board saying thank you; one student holds a check for LimbKind.
#5 Project Extra Students Raise $1K for LimbKind Foundation
Performers on stage, dressed in black, performing a song and dance number.
Thespians perform their first show of the year at this song and dance revue
9-11 Ceremony at School #6 auditorium, with children on stage with flags.
9-11 Remembrance at Oceanside School District
Members of OHS marching band on NYC street ready for Labor Day Parade to begin.
Sailors Band Marches in NYC Labor Day Parade
School #5 receptionist Mrs. Grossi poses with Sailor the hamster in newly made-over school lobby.
Mrs. Grossi and Sailor appreciate the School #5 lobby makeover
Summer Fun pictures of reading, talent show, carnival
Summer Fun Collage
girl spinning basketball
Swim Captain Gianna Horen represented OHS at National Leadership Conference
collage of pictures from first day of school
Happy First Day of School!!


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School 5 and 8 students from Project Extra Grade 6.

The grade six Project Extra classes at Schools #5 and #8, under the direction of teachers Kristin Stea (School #5) and Sheila Gunther (School #8), have for the second year in a row been named New York State finalists in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition. Schools #5 and #8 are among 300 public schools across the nation selected from among more than 1,000 entrants. Only a handful of the 300 state finalists are elementary schools.

Read More about Schools #5 and #8 Once Again Named New York State Finalists in Nationwide STEM Competition

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