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Stimulated by a required coding class in ninth grade, students at Midreshevet Shalhevet High School for Girls in North Woodmere have taken to the school’s science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, program, enthusiastically diving into a field typically populated mostly by their male peers. more
In the wake of two cyberattacks of the district’s computer systems — one successful and one unsuccessful — Lynbrook school officials announced at the Feb. 13 Board of Education meeting that they were searching for ways to make the district’s network more secure. more
About five months after Lori Lang asked the Valley Stream Central High School District Board of Education to implement a policy that would provide private-school students with after-school transportation, Superintendent Bill Heidenreich said he would not recommend that the board move forward with the request for the next school year. more
The Rockville Centre School District is just about done drawing up its tentative budget, officials said, and expect to unveil it in detail at its budget work session on Feb. 27. more
Runners on South Side High School’s winter track team outlasted their competitors earlier this month to claim a county championship in the 4x800-meter relay. more
From Jan. 27 through Feb. 2, Our Lady of Peace School in Lynbrook and St. Raymond’s Parochial School in East Rockaway rang in Catholic Schools Week, an annual celebration of Catholic school elementary education. more
Steve Freifeld said he was in “total shock” when he walked into the Lynbrook High School auditorium for the Feb. 7 Founders Day celebration, hosted by the Lynbrook Council of PTAs, and saw his friends, family members and former students applauding him. The Marion Street PTA was giving Freifeld its highest honor — awarded only three other times by the PTA. more
The time between escaping the violence of Colombia and coming to Queens at age 9 to becoming a state assemblywoman was no smooth ride for Catalina Cruz, who last November became the first “Dreamer” in New York elected to public office. more
St. Agnes Cathedral School held its annual Dinner Dance last Saturday at the Carltun in Eisenhower Park, where community members were honored for their support and service to Catholic education. more
South Side High School’s graduation rate was the third highest on Long Island, according to data recently released by the state Education Department. more
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