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Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and Space & Science Journalist Meredith Garofalo of News 12 met with third-grade students at School #2 last Thursday to talk about how meteorologists formulate their weather forecasts. The students are currently studying water and weather in science, learning about the tools used to measure weather, different types of clouds, and severe weather phenomena. Third-grade teacher Kaitlyn Vidafar arranged the video conference through a mutual contact, with all third-grade classes participating. more
Oceanside High School held its first college signing ceremony of the year on January 13. Six students who play soccer and lacrosse signed letters from colleges accepting the officers of admission along with the opportunity to continue in their respective sports. more
Molloy College took its annual MLK Day of Service online on Monday, featuring keynote speaker Dr. Max Renner and musical performances to honor the civil rights leader and continue conversations about his legacy. more
6-1 John Caputo Sean Davi 6-2 Callen Carney 6-3 Logan Bracco Isabella Davis Derek Rodriguez Brendan Whaley 6-4 Stephen Brice Eileen Eschmann Margaret … more
6-1 Christian Attard Lourdes Baker Thea Hurst Luke Lindsay Kaira Springer 6-2 Cassidy Durnan Chloe Fourrien Faith Friedermann Monica Lynn Aaron Nehring Lily … more
Baldwin School District’s Assistant Superintendent for Instruction Anthony Mignella and Data Specialist/Coordinator of Computer Services Leslie Duffy were invited to contribute to the eBook, … more
Community Chest South Shore, formerly known as Five Towns Community Chest, is a 90-year-old local organization that gives high school-age teens opportunities to volunteer, become involved in the local community and expand their social network through its Youth Board. more
At the Jan. 13 Board of Education meeting, Acting Superintendent Robert Bartels said he believed that despite an increase in coronavirus cases across Nassau County due to the Omicron variant, students are better off learning in school instead of switching to a remote model. more
Rockville Centre school officials are mulling how to safely host the 106th annual Red and Blue event while staying true to its traditions amid the unpredictability of the continuing coronavirus pandemic. more
If there was anything he could do to keep youth safe and engaged in their community, longtime East Rockaway Recreation Director Jerry Chapel did it. At various times, he took on the role of coach, umpire, referee, recreation director and organizer for various sports leagues, carving a lasting legacy in his community. more
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