Nine Million Word Challenge modal link
In a press conference on Tuesday, Nov. 14, the district announced that it would accept the Read2Succeed Community-Wide Early Literacy Initiatve 9 Million Word Challenge. The challenge is open to all students within the Mineola community, including those who are not yet school age and aims at... (more)
Letters of Intent modal link
Three student-athletes from signed National Letters of Intent on
Thursday, Nov. 9. Congratulations to the following three students
(L-R): Chris Wiercinski who will be playing baseball at Molloy College;
John McMahon who will be playing lacrosse at Stony Brook University; and
Senator Visit modal link
Members of the Mineola High School Student Organization received a
special visit from New York State Sen. Elaine Phillips on Nov. 3.
Phillips visited due to the school’s participation in her H20 for Puerto
Rico donation drive. While there, she spoke at length with the students
about her... (more)
E-Waste Drive modal link
Residents of the district purged thousands of pounds of unused and unwanted electronic waste in a recent e-waste drive held at Mineola Middle School. Local company Two Brothers Scrap Metal donated the use of a container to help dispose of the equipment, which otherwise would have made its way into... (more)
Pumpkin Math modal link
Kindergarten students in Lisa Richards’ STEAM classes at Hampton Street honored the fall season by using pumpkins to reinforce their STEAM skills. After completing lessons on units of measure, kindergartners measured the height and weight of their pumpkins and showed their results in a class... (more)
Honored Students modal link
At its Oct. 26 Board of Education meeting, the district honored Abbey
Ahamed (Girls Who Code Summer Program participant), Vijay Paliath
(National Merit Semifinalist) and Daniel Murray (National Merit
Commended Student). Congratulations to all.
The mission of the Mineola Union Free School District is to inspire each student to be a life-long learner, pursue excellence, exhibit strength of character and contribute positively to a global society.
- Mineola School District