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Photo: Bayside High
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Attention Bayside High School alumni: it’s time to celebrate your alma mater!

Bayside High School invites all graduates, faculty and friends to celebrate the institution’s 80th anniversary with a reunion on Saturday, June 11, from 4 to 8 p.m. at 32-24 Corporal Kennedy St.

Among the honorees are Alice Hartley, former assistant principal at Bayside HS; Stephen Piorkowski, physical education teacher; state Senator Tony Avella and Councilman Paul Vallone.

“It’s a true honor to be recognized at Bayside High School’s 80th Anniversary celebration but the real stars of the event are the incredible teachers, supervisors, parents and students that make Bayside High such a great school and community,” Vallone told QNS. “For eighty years generations of students have passed through Bayside High School’s doors and I look forward to continue seeing this school flourish for years to come.”

Food has been generously donated by Brian Dempsey’s in support of the new Friends of Bayside High School Community & Alumni association. Music will be played by a live DJ and the Bayside HS Music Production Career Technical Education students.

Bayside community members and alumni are asked to meet at the high school a day prior to the event on Friday, June 10, for student guide tours of the school, yearbook viewings, an art show and this year’s SING production.

Tickets will not be sold at the door and must be purchased in advance for $50, due to limited seating. Food should also be ordered in advance.

For more information, visit the Friends of Bayside High School website.

Friends of Bayside High School

Friends of Bayside High School

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