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351 Oxhead Road

Stony Brook,NY 11790                         Phone:  (631)730-4800                        Fax :  (631) 730-4804

 

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:
Attendance/Health Office: 730-4810

Transportation Office: 730-5070

Weather Related Information: 730-4050



Vincent Vizzo, Principal
Jonathon Rufa, Assistant Principal Kerri Kilkenny, Dean of Students

School Hours: 7:35 a.m. - 2:20 p.m.


   Quote of the Month

"We are defined by our actions, not our words.

Speros Misirlakis


 

   

NEW! Murphy PTO Student Appreciation Day

June 7th

Periods 5, 6, & 7

 

NEW! Regents & Final Exam Schedule

 

NEW! In-Class Final Exam Schedule

 

2017-2018  Course Verification Letters 

Incoming Grade 7 Parent Letter


Grade 8 & Grade 9 Parent Letter

 

Elective Course Change Request Link

 


Athletic Physical Exams

May 25

3:00 PM

*Please note there will be no August physical exams*



Grade 8

New York State Science Exams

Performance Test

5/30, 5/31 & 6/1

Written Exam

6/5

 

New York State Earth Science Regents

Lab Practical 

5/31 & 6/1

 

Grade 9 End of Year Events 

 

Spring Concert Schedule 


2017-2018 Program of Study


Purchase A Yearbook

 

Student Yearbook Survey


Murphy PTO Registration Form

 

Murphy Food Pantry

 

MURPHY HAPPENINGS

 

Murphy & Gelinas Wrestling Match

 

Murphy & Gelinas Girl's Volleyball Teams

 

 

Chamber Orchestra & Chamber Choir Performance

Long Island State Veterans' Home

 

 

 

 

 

2016 Homecoming Carnival


 

 

Big Thank you to the Community Connections Club from 

Stony Brook Medicine 

 

R.C. Murphy JHS & Longwood JHS Student Exchange

May 12th

 

 

 

 


Current News

Conversations on Second Chances

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R.C. Murphy Junior High School students learned about the effects that choices have on one’s life and the importance of working to overcome obstacles during a Town Hall assembly with inspirational speakers Jerry Figgiani and Robert Aliano.   

During the assembly, both men shared messages of determination, overcoming adversity and perseverance as they told Robert’s story – which included how he sustained a traumatic injury that almost ended his life and the path he took to change his future. That path included working with Jerry who inspired him to learn how to walk again with the help of karate.

After the event, the students participated in a Google Classroom activity where they were provided with the opportunity to reflect on their experience and share how they overcame obstacles in their own lives and who they go to for support.

Using History to Create News

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R.C. Murphy Junior High School seventh-grade students in Michelle Hanczor's honors English class recently completed a technology infused project that called for them to become broadcast news reporters using a program called News Maker. 

After reading a historical book, the students worked with library media specialist Betsy Knox to create and perform a news script based on the information they learned. In addition to this, they investigated the time period of their novel in order to produce a formal research paper.

By using News Maker, the students were able to actively participate in 21st Century literacies and enjoyed using their creative talents and personalities while discussing and sharing their independent quarterly reading.

Oliver Twist

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R.C. Murphy Junior High School’s musical theater company took to the stage to perform the Broadway hit musical “Oliver!” before packed audiences this March.

The musical followed the life of Oliver Twist, an orphan in England who runs  away from an orphanage headed by the cruel Mr. Bumble and the life of crime he learns about when meeting a new friend named the Artful Dodger. Oliver’s life appears to turn around when a kind and wealthy gentleman rescues him after Oliver is falsely accused of a theft he didn’t commit. 

Throughout the show the talented cast of student-actors and vocalists dazzled audiences with their flawless performance of classic and beloved songs such as “Food, Glorious Food,” and “Where is Love.” In addition to the regularly scheduled evening performances, the students offered a free showing of the musical to area senior citizens and district sixth-graders before opening night.   

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