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VARSITY FOOTBALL VICTORY PARADE

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Sunday, December 4 at 10 AM

The parade begins at 10 AM at Northside School and features:

  • FHS Football and coaching staff
  • FHS Cheerleaders
  • FHS Dalerettes
  • FHS Musicians
  • Dale
  • HMS Football
  • Farmingdale Hawks Football
  • Farmingdale Hawks Cheerleaders
  • NCPD
  • Farmingdale Fire Departments

Come see the parade along Main Street and celebrate our Dalers! The Farmingdale High School Varsity Football team had a tremendous undefeated season and are Long Island Class 1 Champions.

The ambiance created by our talented Marching Band, Dalerettes, Flag Team, and Cheer Squad makes Friday nights under the lights at Farmingdale High School an excellent experience for the whole family. We are very thankful to all who made this season a great success.

Parade Route: The parade begins at Northside Elementary School, 55 Powell Place, Farmingdale, NY 11735, and continues south down Main Street to the Farmingdale Village Green, 361 Main Street, Farmingdale, NY 11735.

 

JUNIORS SPARKLE

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The class of 2024 celebrated a milestone at Farmingdale High School, the Junior Ring Ceremony. This ceremony is special for the juniors, as it recognizes all the hard work they’ve done, thus far. Family and friends gathered together to commemorate their progress through high school. The rings are a reflection of all the memories and hard work students have achieved at Farmingdale.

Junior year is one of the hardest and most stressful years, but this ceremony is a celebration of the junior’s character and strength. It serves as a reminder for the class of 2024 to work together and not let the upcoming years divide them in competition as they take standardized tests and apply for college. The junior ring is a keepsake that these young men and women will keep forever and symbolize their years as a Daler.

WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS

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UPDATE

Dalers win Long Island Class 1 Championship!

On Saturday, November 26, Farmingdale Varsity Football defeated Ward Melville 42-20. The Daler’s finished the season 12-0, capturing their first LI title since 2001. Congratulations!

 

All photos courtesy of Farmingdale High School senior James Suckle.

FARMINGDALE RINGS IN THE SEASON

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Dancin’ and Prancin’ in Farmingdale Square. A spectacular Holiday Parade hosted by the Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce marched down Main Street this past Saturday, November 19th. It was a chilly day, but the sun shone brightly on our Dalers as they entertained hundreds of guests who came out to kick off the holiday season.

Members of the Farmingdale Chamber led the charge, followed by the Farmingdale Board of Education and the ever-impressive Farmingdale High School Marching Band featuring the Dalerettes. Talented Daler musicians entertained the crowd with festive tunes while the Dalerettes performed a merry dance and kickline number.

MAGIC TO DO

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A tyrannical father, an intense battle, a dying duck, and a scheming stepmother. These are just a few obstacles young Pippin faced on his journey to find life’s purpose. Performed live in front of a packed audience, Farmingdale Playcrafter’s rendition of the Tony Award-winning musical Pippin was a bewitching production that teeters the line between reality and magic.

“Pippin is one of the favorite musicals of all time,” said Farmingdale High School Director Ms. Jessica Mischke. “We pour our hearts into the performances and are especially excited to perform Pippin exactly 50 years since it premiered on Broadway!”

The stellar cast, which featured several NYSSMA-honored musicians, dazzled the audience throughout the entire ominous musical. Senior Rebecca Kenjesky was the ultimate ring leader, playing the charming and manipulative Leading Player. Freshman William Herbert starred as Pippin, the story's young and confused protagonist, longing to find his purpose in life.

“Rebecca is a musical theatre powerhouse. When she is on stage, she completely transforms into Leading Player with a captivating and compelling performance,” said Farmingdale High School Director, Ms. Jessica Mischke. “William is an outstanding vocalist/actor, and I have a hard time believing that he is only a freshman. His skills are far beyond his years, and he approached the role of Pippin with such maturity, depth, and heart.”

Pippin’s demanding father, Charles, King of the Holy Roman Empire, was played by sophomore Bobby Silverstein. Fastrada, the beautiful conniving stepmother, was played by senior Trinity Babino. Senior Molly Keena played the hopelessly romantic widow and mother, Catherine. Pippin's saucy grandmother, full of wisdom, grace, and sass, was played by senior Gabriella Stein. Freshman Devin Williams played Theo, Catherine’s small, lovable son. Senior Eamonn McLoughlin played Pippin’s strong, dim-witted, egotistic half-brother Lewis. Rounding out the cast were the omnipresent players, Abigail Almonte, Clay Bany, Allison Banz, Hailey Batista, Gil Bitsimis, Nova Bulin, Kiley Cacace, Kaylin Cleere, Alex Cosentino, Grace Curcio, Gianna DiDio, Anthony DiPaolo, Cathryn Doran, Emily Gaba, Sofia Grago, Makai Jones, Kairi Knudsen, Emma Kurtz, Ava Lanot, Theresa Lazicky, Nick Lin, Ryan Loughlin, Joseph Magazzo, Ryan Marbit, Bella McDonald, Vincent Mei, Addison Moller, Ava Monteleone, Alexa Nazario, Carly Paine, Angelina Pascutto, Ash Pinna, Maddie Rotbart, Giana Saginario, Lily Sclafani, Skylar Studdert, Nick Suwalski, Ryan Sweeney, Ava Vaden, Isabella Winter, and Ava Zimic.

Pippin demands intense emotion from its actors, but no musical production would be complete without a reliable, talented production staff. Pit Conductor Mr. Ed Kozlowski led the orchestra, assisted by Mrs. Pat Facchiano, while Ms. Jamie Capasso and Mr. Erik Chocianowski headed design and construction. Lastly, Mr. Joseph Hasset, Mrs. Cherie Dreyfus, and Mr. Corey Sterler managed lighting and sound.

Director Jessica Mischke and Assistant Director/Choreographer Erik Mischke’s presentation of Pippin was an extraordinary tale about finding pleasure in the ordinary things in life. A truly important message to remember as we embark upon the holiday season.

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