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The signing ceremony was a proud moment not only for the student-athletes and their families, but also for the ae888 ae888. It is a testament to the hard work and dedication of these young Dalers, as well as the support and guidance provided by their coaches and teachers. ae888 ae888 places a strong emphasis on athletics, recognizing the important role that sports play in the development of well-rounded students. In addition to providing opportunities for students to participate in a wide range of sports, the district also prioritizes academic excellence and encourages student-athletes to strive for success both on and off the field.

As these 14 seniors prepare to embark on their collegiate athletic careers, they carry with them the lessons they have learned as part of the ae888 athletic program. They will undoubtedly make their mark on the world of college sports, and we wish them all the best.

Men’s Lacrosse

  • James Caputo—Pace University
  • Caden Lennon—Bryant University
  • Alex Moloney—St. Michael’s College
  • Brendan O’Keefe—SUNY Albany
  • Jaxon Parisi—University of Indianapolis

Women’s Basketball

  • Leela Guobadia—SUNY Oneonta

Women’s Lacrosse

  • Madison Aristy—Southern New Hampshire University
  • Dakota Capolino—Flagler College
  • Ashlinn Kelly—Mercy University
  • Madilyn Luongo—SUNY New Paltz
  • Emily Markovina—LeMoyne College
  • Cameron Thompson—Molloy University

Women’s Soccer

  • Madison Bazylewicz—Youngstown State University
  • Gianna Pro-Solorzano—ae888 State University


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Congratulations to Varsity Cheer! The girls, under the direction of Mrs. Beatrice and Miss Licatia, took first place in a Nassau County cheer competition this weekend. ae888 High School hosted the event.

The Varsity Cheer team performed outstandingly, showcasing their athletic abilities, teamwork, and spirit. The judges were impressed by their synchronized stunts, high-flying jumps, and perfectly executed tumbling passes. The team's choreography was also a standout, incorporating exciting dance moves and creative formations that kept the audience engaged and energized throughout the routine.

Mrs. Beatrice and Miss Licatia, the team's coaches, were thrilled with the result and praised the girls for their hard work and dedication. They also expressed gratitude to the school administration, parents, and supporters who have helped make the team successful.This win will undoubtedly motivate them to continue striving for excellence in future competitions.

Congratulations again to the Varsity Cheer team on their well-deserved victory!


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Students at Saltzman East Memorial participated in the “Living History Museum” on Thursday, November 30th. Historical figures came to life with the push of a button and told visitors their stories.

This unique experience allowed students to learn about history in a new and interactive way. Each student chose a historical figure to research and portray for the museum exhibit. They spent weeks preparing for the event, creating costumes, props, and scripts to bring their chosen character to life. Visitors were able to walk through the museum, interacting with the students and their exhibits. Some of the historical figures represented included Harriet Tubman, Amelia Earhart, Martin Luther King Jr., and Albert Einstein.

The Living History Museum not only provided an opportunity for students to showcase their creativity and knowledge, but also allowed visitors to learn about important historical figures and their contributions to society. The event was a great success and a wonderful learning experience for all involved.


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All concerts this holiday season will take place in-person, with no need for tickets to attend. Additionally, all concerts will be recorded. Links from each performance will be made available here a few days after the performance.

  • December 11, 2023—HMS 7,8 Gr. Chorus 7 pm
  • December 12, 2023—FHS String Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra, Symphonic Band 7 pm
  • December 13, 2023—HMS 7,8 Gr. Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble 7 pm
  • December 14, 2023—FHS Treble Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Wind Ensemble 7 pm
  • December 15, 2023—SEM Concert for families 7 pm
  • December 18, 2023—AA Concert for families @ FHS 7 pm
  • December 19, 2023—WP Concert for families @ FHS 7 pm
  • December 20, 2023—HMS 6 Gr. Band and Chorus 7 pm
  • December 21, 2023—NS Concert for families @ HMS 7 pm
  • By The Numbers