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A number of Freeporters interviewed by the Herald last week expressed concern and skepticism over the possible return of school-zone speed cameras to Nassau County. County Executive Laura Curran … more
June Tinkhauser wasn’t content with keeping her lessons inside the classroom. The longtime Baldwin High School English teacher took several students to England to see William Shakespeare’s … more
As an Independent Catholic Lasallian, middle school for boys, serving students from economically challenged families on Long Island; The De La Salle School strives to break the cycle of poverty … more
Freeport is the home of The De La Salle Catholic School, a middle school, on Pine Street and has been for the last 16 years. The school, though small with fewer than 80 students and all boys, prides … more
In an effort to help families prepare for back to school, Freeporter, Leon Broughton, owner of TRIMZ Barbershop, with the partnership of Nassau County Legislator Kevan Abrahams, joined forces to host a community back to school event. The event included nonprofit organization, Heeling Soles, an organization known for providing assistance with shoes and clothing to families in need, the Village of Freeport, Fidelis Care, Advantage Care and other community-based organization that provided a one-stop shop to help meet local families and their back-to-school needs. more
The Caroline G. Atkinson Intermediate School cafeteria was filled with new faces on Aug. 20, as the Freeport School District hosted its annual First Year Teachers’ Orientation. The program opened … more
The Board of Education and I are delighted to welcome back our students, families and staff to the 2018-19 school year. Last year was filled with incredible learning experiences and opportunities for … more
I’m excited to welcome you to the 2018-19 school year. Last year passed by at the speed of light and what a super year it was for Freeport Public Schools. Our students reached new heights as we … more
With a sigh, 11-year-old Julianna Grote clicked the lighter and touched the flame to her book, watching quietly as a few pages went up in flames. Then she dropped it in the fire pit to let it … more
With a plastic cup in one hand and an ice scoop in the other, 8-year-old Ethan Francois, an incoming third-grader at the Leo F. Giblyn School in Freeport and an Elinor Street resident, dug around in … more
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