98 Ann DriveHB Thompson Middle School
Syosset, NY 11791

Phone: (516) 364-5760

James Kassebaum, Principal
Kevin Bonanno, Assistant Principal
Alan Chipetine, Assistant Principal
Christian Harrigan, Administrative Assistant






    March 20 -24 is Wellness and Nutrition Week- a week full of mindful messages, healthy goal setting, fun activities all promoting nutrition, healthy and mindful living!

    • Grab and afterschool snack from the PTA "healthy snack cart "
    • Come sign up for Yoga @ lunch Monday, Wed or Friday
    • Stay after school Tuesday for ZUMBA in the cafeteria
    • Join our Mindful Mediation and Mandala coloring on Wed
    • Get ready to take on a one day "digital detox" pledge....
    • Bring your sneakers on Friday -"Cardio for Character Walkathon" ...taking steps to end bullying!

    Join our Healthy Hall of Fame #hbthealthy show us what you do to stay healthy! 



    Upcoming Events

    • March 20th (afterschool) - Student Council Sponsors - HBT Cup Cake Wars
    • March 20th - 24th - Wellness/PTSA Nutrition Week
    • March 22nd - UN Model Club Trip - 8:30am - 3:30pm
    • March 23rd @7:00pm - Musical Bye Bye Birdie
    • March 24th @7:30pm - Musical Bye Bye Birdie
    • March 28th - 30th - ELA Assessments
    • April 4th - Music Idol Auditions @ 3:00pm
    • April 6th Vanderbilt Trip Team 6-1
    • April 10th through April 18th - Spring Recess
    • April 20th Vanderbilt Trip Team 6-3
    • April 21st "From the Fires Assembly" Grade 8
    • April 24th Vanderbilt Trip Team 6-2
    • April 25th Peer Educators Interviews
    • April 25th - 8th Grade Concert @7:30pm


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    Latest News

    Syosset Middle Schools Ranked in Top 10 in NYS by Niche.com

    In its latest study of quality schools, Niche.com has ranked both Syosset Central School District middle schools in the top 10 in New York State.  
    According to their website, Niche.com’s 2017 Best Public Middle Schools ranking is based on a rigorous analysis of key statistics and millions of reviews from students and parents using data from the U.S. Department of Education. Ranking factors include state test scores, student-teacher ratio, student diversity, teacher quality, middle school ratings, and the overall quality of the school district. Both Syosset middle schools received an “A+” grade in academics and teaching, two of the main criteria for the ranking.                            

    Syosset schools have received high marks from Niche.com in recent studies, including No. 16 in the nation as a district. To learn more about the Niche.com school rankings please go to https://www.niche.com/?ref=k12
    Niche.com provides information on K-12 schools, colleges and neighborhoods, using comprehensive school data from the U.S. Department of Education as well as school reviews and online survey responses.

    Tech Club Knows Design

    Congratulations to the H.B. Thompson Middle School Technology Club and adviser Tom Kleint (pictured) for winning 3rd place in the Mechanical Design category of the SBPLI FIRST Lego League competition at Longwood High School on March 5.

    Geo Bee Finalist

    Congratulations to HBT Middle School Trisha Sinha, who is among 100 state finalists in the National Geographic Geo Bee competition.


    HBT Talent Show

    Just before February Break, HBT students showcased their varied talents in two entertaining performances.  This year's Talent Show featured singers, modern dancers, and instrumentalists.  Classic and modern styles from Gene Kelly to Adele were seen in choreographed song-and-dance numbers.   Unique acts, always a specialty at Thompson, wowed the crowd.  This year, a large unicycle provide quite unique!  Our Audio-Visual Club provided lights, sound, and backstage help.  Congratulations to the entire cast and crew.

    Multicultural Exposition

    Harry B. Thompson Middle School recently held a multicultural exposition to celebrate the rich diversity of the Syosset School District community and educate students on the people, geography, customs and culinary delights of countries around the world.

    The HBT gymnasium was the center of activity, where stations were set up with informative displays, multimedia presentations, artifacts, souvenirs and food samplings. When stopping by the Japanese station, students could learn how to roll sushi, or enjoy tastes from Greece, Italy or Mexico at their respective stations. Taking a virtual tour of France was also on the table. Students also gave special performances.

    Tuesday, March 28, 2017