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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

Interim Asst. Principal: Steven Giacolone 

Asst. Principal: Kristyn Pellegrini

Asst. Principal: James P. McClintock

Junior-Senior High School exterior building photo

 

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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 to Exhibit at The Parrish Museum

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The art department is pleased to announce that 15 talented high school student-artists were selected to exhibit their artwork in the annual student exhibition of The Parrish Museum in Watermill. The exhibit is a 70-year-old tradition where students express their creativity, enthusiasm and technical skill in media ranging from painting to sculpture and graphite to pastel. The Eastport-South Manor students’ works are in various mediums, including ceramics, colored pencil, conte, watercolor, marker and oil pastel.

The juniors and seniors selected include: Alexandra Dennehy, Ethan Denniston, Daniella Dolce, Julia Faulkner, Natalie Fierro, Alexa Flood, Sydney Flores, Hailey Grieco, Aleksandra Holub, Grace Martin-Tsoupas, Maggie Minihane, Heather Moran, Elizabeth Perez, Sophie Rambelle and Gianna Rando.

This year's show will be on display from March 2 through April 7 where the community can see the enthusiasm, creativity and skill of the district’s artists.

Date Added: 2/16/2024

A Night of a 1,000 Strings

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The District celebrated the accomplishments and skill of its string musicians during the Night of 1,000 Strings, held in the Jr.-Sr. High School auditorium on Feb. 6.

Directed by music teacher Jamie Sico, the evening provided music from members of both the seventh and eighth grade orchestras, the chamber orchestra, high school orchestra and the Eastport-South Manor Sinfonia (honors level orchestra). A special performance of the “Star Wars Medley” was a grand finale, lights-out rendering of the music accompanied by colored lights that glowed in the dark and kept pace with the strumming of the instruments.

The night was truly magical and enjoyed by everyone who attended this special celebration of orchestral music.

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Date Added: 2/9/2024

Eastport-South Manor Students Celebrate Reading Aloud

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District classrooms took time to celebrate the power of reading aloud during annual World Read Aloud Day, held on Feb. 7. Teams of district high school students, who are members of the English Honor Society, shared their favorite books with younger students enrolled at Dayton Avenue, Eastport, Tuttle Avenue and South Street elementary schools.

World Read Aloud Day encourages people throughout the world to read aloud together and share stories to advocate for literature and the written word.

In addition to reading aloud, the high school volunteers also worked with the elementary school students in making reading crowns to mark the occasion.

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Date Added: 2/7/2024

Tops in wrestling

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School wrestler Luke Pires, right, was a winner in the League 5 Wrestling Tournament Championship on Feb. 3. thumbnail254855
Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School wrestler Mike Pompei was a winner in the League 5 Wrestling Tournament Championship on Feb. 3. thumbnail254856
The Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School athletic department is pleased to announce that wrestlers Luke Pires and Matt Pompei both won the League 5 Wrestling Tournament Championship, held on Feb. 3. The district congratulates both Luke and Matt on this outstanding accomplishment and extends best wishes for success in the Section XI Division 1 Individual Championship Tournament, which will be held at Stony Brook University on Feb 10-11.

Date Added: 2/7/2024

Eastport-South Manor Students Designated Employees of the Month??

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Jr.-Sr. High School students Evan Hopkins and Hayden Sickles both earned the title of Employee of the Month in their career and technical education at BOCES Technical Center for the month of January 2024. Evan received the title for excellence in computer repair and networking, and Hayden was recognized for fashion merchandising and design.

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 Evan and Hayden on this outstanding accomplishment and extends best wishes for success in their future careers.

Date Added: 2/5/2024

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