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When students at Rhame Avenue Elementary School return to class next month, a new face will be there to greet them: Dr. Ayesha McArthur, the school’s incoming principal. more
Voters approved the East Rockaway School District's $40.2 million budget for 2019-20 and elected challengers Kristen O'Hagan and Peter McNally to the Board of Education over fellow challenger Theresa Devlin and incumbent Kristin Ochtera. more
Lynbrook School District voters on Tuesday approved the proposed $88 million budget for the 2019-20 school year and re-elected incumbents President William Belmont and Trustee Heather Hanson to the … more
The Lynbrook and East Rockaway school districts each welcomed back students Wednesday for the first day of school. Both districts are set to roll out several new programs and courses in 2019-20. more
Brooklyn-based JNH Construction Group Inc. has begun installing security vestibules in the Lynbrook District’s six schools, Dr. Paul Lynch, assistant superintendent of finance, operations and information systems, said at the district’s June 12 Board of Education meeting. more
Ryan Benevenuto, Scarlet Dellacona and Sofia Yaker learned how to express themselves by participating in theater programs. Now, they would like to extend that opportunity to other students in the Lynbrook School District. more
Malverne High School’s former varsity football coaches Colbert Britt, Ron James and Dr. Ken Leistner were known for establishing the program’s focus on developing well-rounded student-athletes. … more
Visitors to any of the seven Lynbrook public schools will soon have to hand their drivers’ license or passport to the school’s security guard, who will keep it at the security desk while they are in the building, Director of Facilities James Saitta announced at the district’s Board of Education meeting on April 16. He said that the new policy would be implemented when security vestibules are installed at all of the schools, which should be completed by the time students return for the 2019-20 school year in September. more
Patti Nicoletti recalls the first time she attended an East Rockaway Board of Education meeting, when her son, Jack, was in second grade, almost two decades ago. That experience sparked her interest in serving her community and eventually led her to run for the board. She has been a trustee for nearly a decade. more
Several artists displayed their work on Dock Street on June 14 for the East Rockaway Art Walk on the waterfront. more
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