School Notebook: Future Business Leaders Shine, Band to Play at Citi Field

What's happening in the halls of Three Village schools.

Future Business Leaders of America Score High at Competition. Several Ward Melville HS students were among 300 students competing in written and speaking events at the Future Business Leaders of America Regional Spring District Meeting. Students who placed in speaking events will represent the school at a statewide competition later this year. WMHS winners include:

  • Kriti Jindal – 1st place, Intro to Business Communications
  • Rachael Mayrose – 1st place, Business Procedures
  • Sander Zhu – 1st place, Intro to Tech Concepts
  • Matt Kaloroumakis – 2nd place, Cyber Security
  • Eric Wang – 2nd place, Business Math
  • Stephanie Chen – 3rd place, Business Communications
  • Sandy Yin – 1st place, Client Service
  • Will Yoo – 1st place, Public Speaking I
  • Arezu Esmaili – 2nd place, Job Interview
  • Theo Gibbs – 2nd place, Impromptu Speaking
  • Ramya Rau – 2nd place, Basic Decision Making
  • Philipe Tarjan – 3rd place, Public Speaking II

Setauket Elementary Advanced Band Heads to Citi Field. With about 100 members, Setauket Elementary School's advanced band will play "The Star Spangled Banner" at a Mets game at Citi Field. The performance is set for June 16 during a game against the Chicago Cubs. Under the direction of Rich Wiederman, it's the second year in a row that the band has achieved this honor, which is normally reserved for high school and collegiate groups. "They noted how impressed they were with the students and not only graciously extended an invitation to us to perform again, but also waived the audition process based on our track record," Wiederman said.


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