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10 Armstrong Rd
Garden City Park, NY 11040
Phone: (516) 237-2600
Fax: (516) 237-2608

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Principal: Whittney Smith, Ed.D.

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Assistant Principal:

Lisa Downey, Ed.D. 

Assistant Principal:

Heather Dvorak

 

Assistant Principal:

Jennie Fahey

Important Phone Numbers

Attendance Office: (516) 237-2610
Athletic Office: (516) 237-2630
Fine & Performing Arts Office: (516) 237-2625
Guidance Office: (516) 237-2650
High School Fax: (516) 237-2608
Main Office: (516) 237-2600
Nurse's Office: (516) 237-2680

 

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ACDA Eastern Division Honor Choir

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Six singers from Mineola High School have been accepted into the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) Eastern Division High School Honor Choir.

Congratulations to the following students: Matthew (Checkers) Bischoff, Bridget Cunningham, Isabella Galan, James Keesee, Aidan Levin and Alexis Panebianco.

These singers were in competition with the finest high school singers across the 11 states that make up the Eastern Division of the ACDA. They were selected from a blind audition and were required to perform an advanced classical solo. In February, the selected students will travel to Boston for the ACDA Eastern Division conference where they will rehearse and perform with an award-winning conductor.

Canstruction Team Takes Home Two Awards

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The Mineola High School Canstruction Team built the structure, “Make Hunger Disappear” as part of the Canstruction Long Island competition. The display, which looks like rabbit ears coming out of a magic hat, was built completely out of cans and boxes of food.

Canstruction is a design and building competition that fights hunger on Long Island. Teams of students, businesses, architects, designers and vendors are challenged with creating large structures made entirely of canned food. Leading up to the competition, teams held fundraisers, donation drives and raffles to obtain the appropriate number of cans to bring their structures to life.

Mineola’s structure was on display at the RXR Plaza in Uniondale as part of the Canstruction Long Island competition. The team won two awards: “Most CANtastic,” or best meal and “Best CANcept,” or best use of labels. After the competition, the cans are donated to community food banks.