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HBT Wins 15 Medals at Science Olympiad

HBT Science Olympiad teams took home 15 medals at last month’s Nassau East Regional competition held at Wantagh High School. HBT won awards in the Dynamic Planet, Experimental Design, Fast Facts, Meteorology, Optics, Road Scholar, Solar System, Thermodynamics, Towers and Wright Stuff categories. Max Yin won the most medals as a member of teams that placed first, second, third, sixth and eighth in many of these competitions.  

HBT Supports Parkland

HBT students honored the 17 victims at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida through various projects created in the school’s Library Media Center on Wednesday, March 14.

A Multicultural Affair at HBT

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Harry B. Thompson Middle School recently held its annual Multicultural Week, featuring staff and student presentations to educate the entire school community on a wide range of cultures represented at HBT. Some of the highlights included Greek and Israeli dancing, crepe and rice-making demonstrations, origami and other hands-on activities. The week culminated with the Multicultural Exposition held in the school gymnasium. More than 100 students took part in the expo, along with more than two dozen parents who volunteered to help organize and run various cultural stations. Students sampled delicious foods from around the world while taking a virtual trip to 30 different nations.

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Successful Souper Bowl

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H.B. Thompson Middle School helped to feed the hungry during the annual “Souper Bowl” food drive. More than 2,000 cans and goods were collected and donated to Island Harvest through the Student Activities Club.

Facilities Planning Information

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Friday, March 23, 2018