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For roughly five years now, Central High School Library Media Specialist Lisa Dichiara has organized a public-speaking event around Black History Month, recruiting student volunteers who wish to … 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
Clear Stream Avenue School recently received a $5,000 grant from Lowe’s Toolbox for Education to help build the school’s Makerspace program. “The grant is intended to build our students’ … more
Students at the Holy Name of Mary School screamed as the eighth-grade class stepped onto the court for the school’s annual Faculty v. Eighth-Grade Volleyball Game to kick off Catholic Schools Week … more
After local activists spoke in favor of South High School senior Devi Arjune’s petition to have Diwali added to the school calendar, the Board of Education decided it would dissuade teachers from assigning homework and tests on the holiday. more
Billy Gillespie had been active in the South High School community from the time he started attending the school in 1974 to his death in 2017. He raised his children there, and served as the president of South’s Parents’ Club. more
Starting Jan. 21, parents and children alike can visit follettchallenge.com and vote to help School District 24 secure a $60,000 grand prize for its three elementary-school libraries. As part of the … 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
At its Dec. 11 meeting, the nine members of the Central High School District Board of Education voted unanimously to pay the possible costs that might arise in South High School alumnus Zion Guzman Milton’s negligence lawsuit against the district, after he was severely beaten at South High School by another student in 2014, when he was 14. more
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