Bayport-Blue Point High School Students Keep Islip Clean

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The district would like to congratulate Bayport-Blue Point High School students Marco Daidone and Sydney Baron for being inducted as junior commissioners into the local community service organization Keep Islip Clean.

Both Marco and Sydney were nominated to participate in the program due to their unwavering demonstration of environmental concern as well as social, civic and academic responsibility. They were officially inducted as junior commissioners to the program during a swearing in ceremony by the Islip Town Board.

KIC’s objective is to enable and encourage young citizens to play an active role in making Islip a cleaner and more beautiful place in which to live and instill in them a sense of pride and ownership for their community. The junior commissioners are selected from school districts within The Town of Islip and meet each month to exchange ideas, challenges and solutions with each other or complete a hands-on project. Many of these ideas are then implemented in the Bayport-Blue Point High School with assistance from Ecology Club members.

“Our congratulations and thanks go out to these two exemplary young people for working to make our community a more beautiful place,” said Bayport-Blue Point High School Science Teacher Amity Baum-Tuccillo.