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After 61 years in West Hempstead, St. Thomas the Apostle School will close at the end of the school year. Since 2015, nursery school through eighth-grade student enrollment had declined 35 … more
The Lynbrook Council of PTAs is “paving a path” toward a brighter future for all kindergarten through 12th grade students in the community. more
The streets of Lynbrook glowed with candlelight and pride on March 11, as residents placed luminaria bags on their front porches to show their support for the Lynbrook High School class of 2021. more
Many community members are upset after The Diocese of Rockville Centre announced that the St. Raymond School will close in June. more
Three boys, two days, 144 miles. From March 5 to 7, Lynbrook High School sophomores Max Cordes, Nathan Santoli and Jesse Jean completed the David Goggins 4x4x48 Challenge, an international event in which participants run four miles every four hours for two straight days to raise money for the charity of their choice. more
Herald Community Newspapers is seeking 2021 summer interns for our 18 community-based publications that stretch across Nassau County’s South Shore, from Valley Stream to Seaford, and Long Beach … more
The once-bustling halls of Lynbrook High School thin each day as coronavirus cases rise, and dozens of students — contact-traced or merely avoiding exposure — stay home from school. more
For the first time in nearly a year since the coronavirus pandemic first hit Long Island, seniors at Lynbrook High School were welcomed back for in-person instruction on Monday and greeted with much fanfare. more
The Lynbrook Public Schools Career Development Program for special-education students is making strides eight years after its formation. It continues to expand and innovate, and the new extension under construction at Lynbrook High School will help it grow, according to  district officials. more
Staying connected during Covid-19 has been tough, but East Rockaway’s Builders Club contacted nursing homes just in time for Valentine’s Day. more
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