Students wear big smiles on an opening day more similar to pre-pandemic times
The Miller Place School District officially opened its doors for over 2,400 students across its four schools for the start of the 2022-2023 school year. Students embraced their peers, high-fived their teachers and displayed beaming smiles on a first day that more closely resembled a traditional opening.
“Our staff did a wonderful job welcoming students on their first day. The District is excited and eager to start the new school year and we are prepared to continue building on our student successes,” said Superintendent of Schools Mr. Seth Lipshie.
Our Elementary students at Andrew Muller Primary School and Laddie A. Decker Sound Beach School entered school with enthusiasm as they greeted their principals, teachers and staff as they found their way to their new classrooms. Students at North Country Road Middle School and Miller Place High School were able to be reunited with their friends and peers as they entered the building together. For more information about the Miller Place School District, please visit the district’s website at www.millerplace.k12.ny.us. To read more about the great things happening in Miller Place schools, visit www.millerplaceinthemedia.com and ‘like’ our Facebook page.