Preparing students for the future


As a culmination of their work this year, seniors at East Meadow High School presented their senior projects to fellow classmates, administrators and faculty.

Members of the Class of 2016 engaged in a real-life experience through an internship or community service placement over the course of the academic year. As part of the initiative, students completed a minimum of 25 hours in their placement, recorded monthly hour logs and wrote a research paper about their experience. The seniors volunteered their time in a variety of vocational fields, including animal care, business, education, health and law.

When presenting at the senior project fair, students discussed what they had learned and how the experience might impact their future as they begin their postsecondary plans.

The district would like to congratulate the students for their dedication and diligence and express its appreciation to the East Meadow High School faculty, staff and administration.