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ESM Junior-Senior High School

543 Moriches Middle Island Rd., Manorville, NY 11949

Phone: (631) 801-3250

Hours: 7:15 a.m. - 2:10 p.m.

Grades: 7 - 12

Principal: Salvatore Alaimo

Asst. Principal: Thomas R. Dick

Asst. Principal: Justin Grover

Asst. Principal: Jeannette Keicher

Asst. Principal: James P. McClintock

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About Our School

The Eastport-South Manor Junior-Senior High School was built when two districts with a rich history (Eastport and Manorville) merged as one to become sharks. The Eastport-South Manor Jr-Sr High School opened its doors in 2003 for students within grades 7-12. The school continues to develop new traditions and seeks to provide all students with access to a rigorous academic foundation and the skills needed to be successful in the 21st Century. The school achieves this by providing unique opportunities for our student body in a collaborative and supportive environment. The dynamic classrooms foster communication, critical thinking, and creativity within a demanding curriculum. Students are provided access to college classes, work experience and other preparatory programs that will assist students for life after high school.

Our motto:
Building a better tomorrow by making a difference today!

Jr.-Sr. High School News

Students Receive Employee of the Month

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Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School students Robert Gmelch and Logan Meyer earned the title of Employees of the Month in their career and technical education program at BOCES Technical Center for the month of January 2023. Robert received the title for excellence in computer technology and repair, and Logan was recognized for certified personal trainer.

The title of Employee of the Month was established by BTC to recognize students whom their instructors would want to hire. The title is not given, necessarily, to the person with the best skills, but to the individual who demonstrates professionalism and who has the desire to be trained in the field. Being selected Employee of the Month is a great honor, as these students serve as role models among their peers.

The district congratulates Robert and Logan on this outstanding academic accomplishment.

Date Added: 2/2/2023

Students Exhibit at Colors of Long Island

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The artwork of Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School ceramics students Ava Rooney and Abigail McCutchan has been chosen for exhibit in the Colors of Long Island: Student Expressions exhibition at The Long Island Museum in Stony Brook to be held from Feb. 17-April 8.   

Colors of Long Island provides a platform for Long Island students to exhibit their work in a museum setting. Art teachers were invited to submit up to two pieces of student artwork from students enrolled in kindergarten through 12th grade. The varying interpretations of the theme is portrayed through various media including, watercolor, sculpture, pencil, ink, oil pastel, photographs and computer graphics.  

The district congratulates Ava and Abigail on this outstanding accomplishment. 

Date Added: 1/20/2023

Collin Blume is Winner of Annual Shanti Fund Peace Poster Contest

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The district is pleased to announce that Collin Blume, a student-artist from Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School, is a 10th grade winner of the 17th annual Shanti Fund Peace Poster Contest. Collin will be honored at a ceremony in April where he will receive a $501 cash prize. Collin’s work has also been included in the organization’s 2023 Peace Art Calendar.

Date Added: 1/18/2023

Starting a Chain Reaction

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Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School students accepted Rachel’s Challenge to start a chain reaction of kindness throughout the school and the community after attending an assembly with Rachel’s Challenge representative Matt Kendziera on Jan. 3.

The students learned about Rachel Joy Scott, one of the students killed in the Columbine High School shooting in Denver, Colorado, who left behind a legacy of compassion and kindness through her life, journal and friends. The program helps students and faculty to envision a school teaming with hope and free of harassment, violence and self-harm and one in which students are inspired to learn and reach their potential.

“We get to choose who and what influences our lives,” Mr. Kendziera said. “Choose positive influences. They will determine who you will become in life.”

After the assembly, students gathered outside the auditorium to sign the Rachel’s Challenge poster, committing themselves to starting their own chain reaction of kindness. There was a second assembly for parents that evening. During the school day, Mr. Kendziera held training workshops for student ambassadors and members of the new Friends of Rachel Club.

Friends of Rachel Club adviser Gail Sciarrone said the is looking for “students who want to meet people, who share compassion and want to make a huge impact on the school.”

The Friends of Rachel Club meets every other Monday and will participate in activities that leave a legacy of kindness on the jr.-sr. high school campus.

Date Added: 1/12/2023

Allison Vottelier to continue in National Merit Scholarship Corporation competition

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Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School student Allison Vottelier is among a group of high school seniors who have the opportunity to continue in the 2023 competition for a corporate-sponsored Special Scholarship administered by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. This opportunity is based on Allison’s performance on the 2021 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

Scholarship winners are judged to have the greatest potential success in rigorous college studies based on their abilities, accomplishments and personal attributes.

The district congratulates Allison on this outstanding accomplishment and wishes her much success in the competition.

Date Added: 1/11/2023

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