Newfield Continues Tradition of Going Bald

Middle Country Central School District’s Newfield High School recently organized and hosted a St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraising event, raising over $25,000 for research into finding a cure for childhood cancer. The fundraising efforts culminated in a morning head shaving event with more than 50 students, Newfield Principal Scott Graviano, administrators and teachers all going bald for the cause.


As students, teachers and administrators honored loved ones by getting their heads shaved, the Newfield High School community turned out in high numbers with an infectious energy and spirit. The head shaving event was hosted in Newfield’s Cosmetology Center – equipped with barber chairs, electric hair clippers and a special arc of green balloons. The cosmetology students were tasked with shaving all participants’ heads, serving as an educational experience and a lesson in service and giving back.


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Celebrating Dr. Seuss in Style

The Middle Country Central School District’s Bicycle Path Pre-K/Kindergarten Center recently celebrated Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss’s birthday with students from Newfield High School (NHS). Students in the NHS Tri-M Music Honor Society and the NHS Thespian Honor Society read a collection of the famed author’s literary works to commemorate the day. The high school students also dressed as the “Cat in the Hat” to entertain the pre-k classes.


The District continues to provide students with engaging experiences that further develop learning partnerships between the District’s youngest and oldest students.


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