Grace Curry and Carol Silva

Oyster Bay High School Unveils New Spaces With Special Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Oyster Bay High School held a special ribbon cutting and unveiling ceremony of new spaces for learning and growth on the evening of Friday, May 10.

A professional broadcast studio, cOllaB space and innovation lab were open for all attendees to walk around the state-of-the-art rooms that were designed by BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers.

The ceremony also featured a surprise guest in the broadcast studio, former News 12 Anchor, Carol Silva, who was on air with Oyster Bay High School Student-Anchor Grace Curry.

“These new spaces are really incredible,” said Oyster Bay High School Principal Melissa Argaman. “What I love about this school is that you see this almost 100-year-old building and you wouldn’t expect to see a state-of-the-art broadcast studio inside; we combine the new with the old here, and I think that is so special.”

Ribbon cutting (Photos courtesy of Oyster Bay-East Norwich School District)

-Submitted by the Oyster Bay-East Norwich School District

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