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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

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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

ESM’s Ryan Lee Honored at SCSSA Valedictorian Luncheon

Class of 2024 valedictorian Ryan Lee was recently honored at the Suffolk County School Superintendents Association’s 30th annual Valedictorian’s Luncheon. thumbnail259844

Class of 2024 valedictorian Ryan Lee was recently honored at the Suffolk County School Superintendents Association’s 30th annual Valedictorian’s Luncheon at Villa Lombardi’s in Holbrook. The SCSSA tradition honored the enviable accomplishments of the county’s highest-achieving graduates from the Class of 2024 and was attended by school district superintendents, high school principals, valedictorians and their parents.

As guests arrived, they were entertained by the Bayport-Blue Point High School Jazz Ensemble. At the start of the program, Bayport-Blue Point High School vocalists Ali Vlachos and Kate Anglim sang the national anthem. After a warm welcome by SCSSA President-Elect Dr. Harold Dean, SCSSA President Dr. Timothy Hearney noted that leadership begins with one’s mindset. He advised the graduates to reflect on what matters and to find their way to find purpose and meaning in what they choose to do in life. Dr. Hearney also said, “Leadership is about finding joy,” and to “work hard to find joy in what you do.”

Guest speaker Matthew Cohen, president and chief executive officer of the Long Island Association, defined the group of valedictorians as “people who are going to think out of the box to find solutions.” He spoke from the heart with the following advice: “Take advantage of all the opportunities offered to you,” and “Stick with things, no matter how hard.”

The valedictorians were then called to the stage, accompanied by their school district superintendent and high school principal, to receive a certificate of recognition, the book “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” by Dr. Seus and a journal from SCOPE.

Date Added: 6/18/2024

Anthony Capozzi Wins LIASEA Scholarship

Senior Anthony Capozzi has won a $500 scholarship from the Long Island Association of Special Education Administrators. thumbnail259623
Senior Anthony Capozzi has won a $500 scholarship from the Long Island Association of Special Education Administrators. thumbnail259624
Senior Anthony Capozzi has won a $500 scholarship from the Long Island Association of Special Education Administrators. thumbnail259625

The Jr.-Sr. High School is pleased to announce that senior Anthony Capozzi has won a $500 scholarship from the Long Island Association of Special Education Administrators. The scholarship was presented to Anthony at the Crest Hollow Country Club on June 7. Teacher Kelly McMahon nominated Anthony for this special award.

Date Added: 6/12/2024

Science Research Students Present DNA Barcoding Results

Jr.-Sr. High School Introductionto Science Research students presenting their DNA Barcoding results. thumbnail259230

Jr.-Sr. High School Introductionto Science Research students presentedtheir DNA Barcoding results at the Barcode Long Island Symposium, held on June 4 at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.The student-scientists explained their project goals, methods and results in the ongoing study of the Peconic River Estuary.

The Introduction to Science Research students, under the direction of teachers Robert Bolen and Megan Murray, have been analyzing the biodiversity of this ecosystem since 2015 and have identified several novel DNA sequences. This year, one group identified a potentiallyinvasive spider species that is native to New Zealand. This DNA sequence will be published later this summer.

The District congratulates the students on this outstanding achievement.

Date Added: 6/5/2024

Art Honor Society Inducts 28

28 student-artists in grades 10-12 being inducted into the National Art Honor Society. thumbnail258767
28 student-artists in grades 10-12 being inducted into the National Art Honor Society. thumbnail258768
28 student-artists in grades 10-12 being inducted into the National Art Honor Society. thumbnail258769
28 student-artists in grades 10-12 being inducted into the National Art Honor Society. thumbnail258770

The Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School is proud to announce that 28 student-artists in grades 10-12 were recently inducted into the National Art Honor Society during a traditional candlelighting ceremony.

The National Art Honor Society is a program that inspires and recognizes students whohave demonstrated outstanding ability and interest in art. The program supports membersin their efforts to attain the highest standardsin art scholarship, character and service, and brings art education to the attention of the school and community.

Date Added: 5/22/2024

Science Research Students Garner Awards

High School Science Research students. thumbnail258445
High School Science Research students. thumbnail258446
High School Science Research students. thumbnail258447
High School Science Research students. thumbnail258448

The District is pleased to announce that two teams of high school Science Research students were invited to present their research results on protein crystallography and structural biology at the poster session for the annual National Synchrotron Light Source II Users meeting, held at Brookhaven National Laboratory on May 13. During these sessions, the students were judged by BNL scientists among 19 other teams.

Science Research students Christopher Bruno and Layla Warsaw received fourth place for their project, "Novel APO structure of the tRNA (N1G37) Methyltransferase of Mycobacterium marinum." Co-authors were Amanda Balsamo, Corinne Edele,Thomas Fabian, Ryan Jannotta, Ryan Lee,Diana Schryver and Jillian Warsaw.

A third place was received by Camryn Warsaw and Parker Barry (Islip) for their project, “Novel APO structure of Beta Lactamase from Burkholderia multivorans." Co-authors were Sarah Cluff, Sait Coskuntncel, Gianna Dalessandro,Aaron Isaacson,Elaina Keller,Jacob Lerit,James Lukas andJaciNarducci.

The district congratulates the students on this outstanding accomplishment.

Date Added: 5/15/2024

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