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Two Lynbrook High School seniors were named last week among 300 semifinalists in the 2019 Regeneron Science Talent Searcj, one of the nation’s most prestigious science research contests. more
Whether it’s a play, a concert, a game or any other outing, it’s common to spot Lynbrook Board of Education Trustee Alicemarie Bresnihan at school district events. And she is not slowing down as she enters her 44th year as a board member, making her one of the longest-tenured trustees in the state. more
Editor’s note: The following was sent to the Lynbrook/East Rockaway Editor from Lynbrook Village Trustee Robert Boccio in response to a letter sent to the Herald in December. more
Juliana Condoleo, 17, and Kaylie Hausknecht, 17, were selected as scholars in the Regeneron Science Talent Search competition. more
For the third consecutive year, second-graders from the William L. Buck School traveled to the Atria Lynbrook to get more than 100 residents in the holiday spirit on Dec. 20. more
On Dec. 12, the Lynbrook School District’s Board of Education voted to modify the district’s Voyager Program for intelligently gifted students to offer both a pullout enrichment program and an enrichment-for-all program in the 2019–20 school year. more
The Lynbrook School District is set to begin upgrading its security infrastructure. Funding for the project comes more than four years after New York voters approved a $2 billion Smart Schools Bond Act to improve educational technology and security in school districts across the state. more
More than 200 Grace Playschool family members and friends ate bagels and fruit at the preschool’s gymnasium as they waited intently for Santa Claus to arrive on Dec. 8. more
After more than 100 people signed an online petition urging East Rockaway village officials to make Marion Street a one-way road during school days, village employees recently installed a restricted turn sign at the intersection of Waverly Avenue and Marion. more
Residents should have learned the facts about CornerstoneTo the Editor,If anyone had stayed around long enough at the Lynbrook village board meeting on Nov. 19, they would have heard the correct … more
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