As a reference, the election procedures for a typical, in person, in build election have also been provided below.
June 12, 2019 from 4-6pm at Barton Elementary School Library
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On Thursday January 11, 2019, Patchogue-Medford Red & Black advisors, Ms. Alison McKeough and Ms. Michele Sullivan, were recognized with a very prestigious ASSET Bright Lights 2019 Award. The Red & Black is the PMHS online newspaper. Ms. Sullivan and Ms. McKeough were honored and recognized as recipients of this Award for their innovative work with the online newspaper.
Please check out this award winning publication at http://pmhsredandblack.com/
PMHS Math Teacher Amy Vario was recognized at Rochester Institute of Technology’s(RIT’s) Outstanding Undergraduate Scholar Awards as a Distinguished Teacher on, Thursday March 22, 2018, in Buffalo, NY. Mrs. Vario’s former student, Nicole Pannullo, nominated her for this recognition. Students recognized at the awards ceremony have at least a 3.85 average. Nicole was a 2015 graduate of PMHS and Valedictorian of her class. Nicole was a student in Mrs. Vario’s 7th grade Accelerated math class at Saxton Middle School.
Nicole is persuing a BS in biochemistry. She is a member of the Honors Program at RIT as well as a recipient of the Women in Science Student Ambassador Award and the Undergraduate Research Award form the American Chemical Society. Nicole completed a research internship at the National Institute of Health. On campus, she conducted research on energy transfer between organic matter and tannic acid, and on proteins found on gram-negative bacteria. Nicole plans to pursue a Ph. D. in regenerative medicine.
In the photo below you can see the nomination essay Nicole wrote about Mrs. Vario’s outstanding dedication as a teacher.
Congratulations to Mrs. Vario on this great recognition and to Nicole for all her amazing work at RIT!!
Mrs. Amy Vario, Nicole Pannullo and the President of RIT, Dr. David C. Munson Jr.
Mrs. Amy Vario, Nicole Pannullo
The Patchogue-Medford Congress of Teachers is proud to announce that we’ve won a $1,000 grant as part of the 2018 Read Across America-NY “Celebrating a Nation of Diverse Readers”. This grant will be used to purchase books for Medford Elementary School Library. All students throughout the district will have access to the titles through their school’s library catalog system. We are proud to partner with NYSUT, AFT and Firstbook to bring quality literature to our students. Pictured Beth A. Warnken, PMCT President and Susan Miele, Medford Elementary Librarian.
Patchogue-Medford Superintendent, Dr. Michael Hynes, Erin Skahill, the President of the Patchogue-Medford Administrator’s Association, and Beth A. Warnken, President of the Patchogue-Medford Congress of Teachers, are united with their feelings on school safety.
On Saturday November 25, 2017 the beautiful PMCT Twelve Days of Christmas sleigh made it’s way down Patchogue’s Main Street at the village’s annual Christmas Parade. The PMCT Sleigh was designed and created by the PMCT Outreach Chairpeople, Nadine Scalzo and Kerri Simeone. A crew of talented executive board members and PMCT members helped hammer, nail, paint and decorate the float. The final float was a holiday hit at the parade. PMCT members, along with PMHS Key Club members, handed out pencils to children along the route while some of their own children rode on the float. Thanks to all our members who joined in to help celebrate our amazing community and kick off the holiday season.
PMCT’s first Family Barbecue on, September 30, 2017, was a great event. Attendees didn’t let weather get in the way of their fun. There were burgers, drinks, henna tattoos, cotton candy, “water” slides, and great camaraderie. As you can see in the pictures below everyone had an enjoyable day. Thanks to PMCT Membership Chairperson, Cheryl Baker, for all her planning to make this such a memorable event.