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Shop To Help The Amity Theater Kids Go To Scotland

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Apr 302016
 

Amity Students Perform in the Spring Musical

Amity Students Perform in the Spring Musical

Material Girls Boutique, 463 Boston Post Road, Orange, will host s fundraising evening on Tuesday, May 3, 6 – 8 p.m. to support the Amity Creative Theater and students going to Scotland to attend the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh.

Mother’s Day, Graduation, Prom and many other occasions are almost here, find the perfect gifts. Shop for yourself and find the hottest trends in jewelry including, Lokai and Mantraband bracelets, monogram jewelry, clothing, gifts and so much more!
Shop during this shopping night out, or if you can’t make the event shop anytime during store hours through Sunday, May 8, and mention Amity Creative Theater. If you can’t make it in, you can order gift certificates, monogram jewelry and more over the phone at 203-298-9062.

Amity Students, Submit Your Ideas For The Jack B. Levine Efficiency Award

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Apr 302016
 

Screen Shot 2016-04-30 at 9.03.24 AMThe district is seeking ideas from Amity students (Middle School and High School) for cost savings and efficiencies for the Jack B. Levine Efficiency Award of Excellence.

Amity saves thousands of dollars annually by taking advantage of creative cost savings and operational efficiencies. This allows the district to maintain exceptional education programs while reducing the financial impact on taxpayers.

Thanks to a generous donation, it has established the Jack B. Levine Efficiency Award of Excellence to recognize three students (one from each Amity school) for a recommendation that the District can implement to save money or use current resources more efficiently.

All Amity students (grades 7-12) submitting a practical and useful recommendation will be honored at a luncheon with the Superintendent of Schools and Principals.

One Amity student from each school will be selected to receive an award of $300, which will be presented on June 13, at 6:30 p.m. at the Amity Board of Education meeting.

Applications must be submitted to the building principal by Friday, May 27, 2016.

Here is a LINK to the application form.

It’s Time To Order Your Amity Grad Balloons

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Apr 292016
 

Amity-balloonsFIPTSO Amity Graduating Seniors Balloons:

Do you know a Graduating ARHS Senior? Make that senior smile by sending a “Congratulations Amity Grad” Balloon.

The Amity High School P.T.S.O. is once again sponsoring Operation Graduation 2016 Balloons for Amity Seniors.

Let’s celebrate our graduating seniors and support Amity Regional High School.

The balloons will be delivered and tied to the graduate’s mailbox before graduation over the course of 2 days, Saturday, June 11 and Sunday, June 12 (Tentative Dates).

Proceeds go to the Amity High School P.T.S.O., including the P.T.S.O. Scholarship Fund.

There are now two ways to order balloons.  You may order online or by using this order form. Orders are due by Sunday, June 5.

If you have any spare time, please consider helping inflate and/or deliver balloons.

If you have any questions, contact Kathy Sabitsky via e-mail: [email protected]

Amity Graduation Day is Wednesday, June 15.

Friday’s Home Varsity Sports Events At Amity

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Apr 292016
 

amity sports scheduleToday, Friday, April 29, the following teams will compete at Amity High School.

• Boys Tennis vs Sheehan on the Tennis Courts at 3:45 p.m.

• Baseball vs Daniel Hand at the John Janenda Baseball Field at 4 p.m.

• Softball vs Branford on the Softball Field at 3:45 p.m.

• Boys Volleyball vs Shelton in the Paul D. Mengold Gymnasium at 5:30 p.m.

 

Apr 272016
 

The morning e-mail blast is acting funky again.

When you get this message:

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CLICK ON THE colored Orange Live banner and it will take you directly to the site.

In the meantime, I am working on a fix.

Thanks for your patience!

 

Boys Lacrosse: Spartans Defeat The Warriors 10-5 in Woodbridge

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Apr 262016
 

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Junior Matt Perrotti (#1) Works the net.

The Amity Boys Lacrosse Team welcomed The William Hall Warriors from West Hartford to Woodbridge for a competitive game on Monday.

The Spartans were “on” leading in the first quarter 2-1.  The Warriors tied things up in the second quarter 3-3, then Amity lit it up scoring 5 more goals in the third, which was enough to put them over the top and both teams scored 2 goals in the final quarter.

Amity won their fourth game of the season — 10-5.

Scoreboard
Amity 2-1-5-2 = 10
Hall    1-2-0-2 = 5
Anthony Uscilla was the game’s high scoring player with 3 goals and 1 assist. Ryan Rattley made 2 goals. Mike Cavanagh made 1 goal and had 2 assists, and Adam Cusano, Tyler Vincent, James Cofrancesco, and Sam King each made 1 goal.
Rounding things out, Ian MacDonald had 3 assists and Mark DellaTorre had 1 assist.
Hall’s  Spencer Witter made 2 goals, and Kevin Carr, Chris Monnes, and Griffin Smith each made 1 goal.
Amity Outshot Hall 39-21
Goalkeeper Matt Perrotti made 10 saves for the Spartans; Harrison Newman made 16 saves for the Warriors.
Records: Amity 4-4; Hall 3-4

Apr 242016
 


New to the market, the Historic Lily Brook Farm is serenely set in central Orange. The property features a very large farm house with four bedfooms, 2.5 bathrooms and a two story historic barn.

The 1880 farm house has been lovingly maintained and features many original architectural details. Three fireplaces, two stairways, main level office, family room and sunroom, eat-in kitchen, formal dining room and large formal living room.

Two roof-top decks offer outstanding views of the meadows. You’ll get a full basement and two car garage. The detached barn offers many possible uses for the horse lover, collector, or artist. The barn does need restoration, as does the swimming pool.

Make your appointment with Mark Fagan at Coldwell Banker for a private showing of this unique and outstanding property. Asking price is $420,000.

Boys Lacrosse: A Tough Home Game Vs Prep on Thursday

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Apr 222016
 

IMG_0572The Amity boys lacrosse team is trying its best this season, with many new faces and everyone finding his place. They’ve had some tough match ups, but none, so far as ruthless as the game with Fairfield Prep in Woodbridge on April 21.

The Spartans knew going in that the Jesuits were strong opponents and that they would have a battle ahead, but Prep was relentless in its assault on goalie Matt Perrotti, who couldn’t catch a break.

Scoreboard

Fairfield Prep    7    7    1    0    —    15

Amity                 0    0    1    0    —    1

The Jesuits racked up 7 points in the first quarter and another 7 in the second, then rounded things out with 1 goal in the third.

Ian MacDonald scored a goal in the third quarter, saving the Spartans from a shut-out.

Prep’s Pointmakers:

Brendan Hoffman made 4 goals; Ethan Grandolfo made 4 goals and had 2 assists; Colin Smalkais made 2 goals;Dale Duffy made 2 goals and had 2 assists; Connor Raymond and Owen Callahan each made 1 goal; Mitch Savoca made 1 goal and had 2 assists; Chris Brown had 4 assists; Ryan Marusi had 1 assist.

Fairfield Prep’s goaltender Jack O’Connor made 4 saves, and teammate Matt Pinho made 3 saves.

Prep outshot Amity 29-8.

Records: Amity 2-4; Fairfield Prep 5-2

Boys Tennis: Amity Slams East Haven 6-1

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Apr 212016
 

Boys-Tennis_3-300x154The Amity Spartans Boys Tennis Team hosted East Haven on April 21.

The Spartans came out on top 6-1.

Following are the results:

Singles:

Marco Delsanto (A) def Tony Cofrancesco 6-0,6-2

Jacob Mayerson (A) def Brendon So 6-1,6-0

Robbie Kroepel (A) def Spencer Goldberg 6-0,6-0

Ira Einbinder (A) def Dave Dopolizo 6-0,6-1

Doubles:

David Cease/Grayson Arndt (A) def Zac Ziti/Jake Zito 6-0,6-0

Chris Bullers/Henry Molot (A) def Rob Scalesse/Doug Comesana 6-0,6-0

Seta Proto/Adam Perrotti (EH) def Aaron Reiner/Andrew Johnson 7-5,6-3.

Records: Amity 5-1

Boys Tennis: Amity Victorious Over Foran

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Apr 212016
 

Boys-Tennis_3-300x154The Amity Boys Tennis team hosted Foran in Woodbridge on Wednesday.

The Spartans defeated their guests 6-1. See details below.

Singles:

Alex Friedman (A) def Ryan Money 6-0, 6-2

Robbie Kroepel (A) def Evan Miller 6-0, 6-3

Henry Molot (A) def Makar Takevechi 6-0, 6-2

Addison Poffenberger (F) def Brandon Liebnick 6-3, 0-6,6-3

Doubles:

Zach Brocklehurst/Ayaan Malik (A) def Steve Boynton/Steve Chan 6-2, 6-2

Andrew Zhang/Antonio Carigenella (A) def Max Mauro/Joe Samilneck 6-2, 6-0

Jimmy Bi/ Vince Li (A) def Conor Lynch/Tyler Lambiase 6-0, 6-1

Records: Amity 4-1; Foran 1-7