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Malvernite Lori Lang has rallied schools in Malverne, West Hempstead, Valley Stream and New Hyde Park to take part in a fundraiser to support people affected by the California wildfire. Lang, who is … more
Eleven nonresident students were removed from District 24 and the Central High School District between May and October, Clifford Odell, the high school district’s assistant superintendent for personnel and administration, reported at the Residency Advisory Committee’s semi-annual meeting on Nov. 19. more
South High School’s step team’s performance was not over when the music stopped outside the bandshell on the Village Green on Nov. 20. Instead, the team members started chanting. more
Kevin Tritschler, a fifth-grader at Robert W. Carbonaro Elementary School, was honored for winning third-place for the Most Philosophical Fifth-Grader in America at a Village of Valley Stream Board of Trustees meeting on Nov. 19. more
Members of the New York City Department of Corrections Desi Society Inc., activists from the New American Voters Association and a representative from Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages office shared their support for South High School Senior Abby Devi Arjune’s petition to add Diwali to school calendars at a Central High School District Board of Education meeting on Nov. 13. more
Two years after Todd Kaminsky was elected to the State Senate, he has proven to be a vocal and aggressive advocate in the 9th District and beyond. He deserves another term. The former federal … more
Valley Stream resident and former Lawrence Woodmere Academy teacher Daniel McMenamin was arrested on Oct. 18 for sexual assault of student, Nassau County police said. more
Almost every day of the week, Valley Stream freshman John Valencia stays after school at Chaminade High School for various clubs. But because of local school district busing policies, he routinely struggles to find a way back home. more
Students throughout the Valley Stream Central High School District continued to refuse to take the seventh- and eighth-grade State English Language Arts and mathematics tests last spring. more
Indoor and outdoor cameras were installed on Sept. 25 in all School District 13 schools. The cameras give the district the ability to see down a hallway and use facial recognition, according to Andrea DiMango, the district’s director of technology. more
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