Athletics

 ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Ryan Antwi 3

RYAN ANTWI

2789Athlete of the Week 1-9-23Athlete of the Week 1-16-23

Interscholastic Athletic Program

Central Islip High School                                                 Reed MS

Fall Season               Fall Season
Football – Varsity/JV                                                             Football
Soccer (Boys) – Varsity/JV                                                    Soccer (Boys)
Soccer (Girls) – Varsity/JV                                                    Soccer (Girls)
Swim (Girls) – Varsity                                                           Tennis (Girls)
Tennis (Girls) – Varsity/JV                                                     Cross Country (Boys/Girls)
Cross Country (Boys) – Varsity
Cross Country (Girls) - Varsity         
Volleyball (Boys) - JV
Volleyball (Girls) - Varsity/JV

Winter Season                                                                                        Early Winter Season
Basketball (Boys) – Varsity/JV                                              Basketball (Boys)
Basketball (Girls) – Varsity/JV                                              Volleyball (Girls)
Bowling (Boys) – Varsity             Cheer
Bowling (Girls) – Varsity
Swim (Boys) – Varsity                                                           Late Winter Season 
Winter Track (Boys) – Varsity                                               Basketball (Girls)
Winter Track (Girls) – Varsity                                               Volleyball (Boys)
Wrestling – Varsity/JV                                                          Wrestling                                  
Cheer - Varsity                     

Spring Season                                                                                          Spring Season
Badminton (Boys) – Varsity                                                   Baseball
Badminton (Girls) – Varsity                                                   Softball
Baseball – Varsity/JV                                                             Lacrosse (Girls)
Lacrosse (Girls) – JV                                                             Track (Boys)
Softball – Varsity/JV                                                              Track (Girls)
Tennis (Boys) - Varsity                                                           Tennis (Boys)
Track (Boys) - Varsity Swim (Boys/Girls)
Track (Girls) - Varsity
Unified Basketball (Boys/Girls) - Varsity


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THE IMPORTANCE OF ACADEMICS

U.S. Data: More Education Equals Better Job Outcomes

Adults with a degree after high school are far less likely to be unemployed or underemployed than are their peers who lack such a credential, a A NEW FEDERAL REPORT CONFIRMS.

The brief report, "Relationship Between Educational Attainment and Labor Underutilization," shows that nearly a quarter (23 percent) of Americans aged 25 to 64 who have a high school degree were either unemployed (13 percent), involuntarily working part-time (6 percent) or involuntarily working on a temporary basis (4 percent), while 16 percent of those with an associate degree, 14 percent of those with a bachelor's degree and 13 percent of those with a graduate or professional degree fell into one of those three categories. More than a third of Americans without a high school degree were un- or underemployed.

In another measure, Americans with a college degree made up about 38 percent of the country's unemployed and underemployed population, while those with a high school degree or less made up more than half (53 percent).

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