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The Hewlett-Woodmere School District will offer free, voluntary Covid-19 PCR testing to all district students in grades pre-K to 12th on Tuesday, March 2 and Wednesday, March 3 at the Franklin Early Childhood Center Gym 2 from 6 to 8 p.m. The childhood center is at 1180 Henrietta Place in Hewlett. more
HAFTR High School students on the Chesed Committee led by Rabbi Gary Slochowsky with committee heads Zachary Gellman and Sofia Goldschlag, organized a Chesed project to give back to the community on Purim. more
Roughly 50 first, second and third grade students from the Lawrence Primary School at the Number 2 School have their work on display in the Community Gallery at the Long Island Children’s Museum in Garden City through Feb. 27. more
The second of two stories examining student mental health. When the 2019-20 school year ended last June amid a still-spreading coronavirus pandemic, school counselors were well aware that the previous four months had been unlike any that schoolchildren — or their parents — had ever experienced. more
The Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway celebrated health week Feb. 8 to 12, with many activities, learning opportunities, projects and more. more
Three teams of Hebrew Academy of Long Beach students captured three different categories during the Woodmere school’s fourth annual History Day Fair on Feb. 9, as part of the larger National History Day competition. A competition that more than a half a million students take part in each year. more
Welcome back, HAFTR High School! Hoping everyone had a relaxing and safe winter vacation. With snow days and quarantines behind us, we are already back in the swing of things. more
A reading program that the Lawrence School District implemented last May has propelled 207 students in grades first through eighth to impressive progress focusing on comprehension and fluency. more
Hewlett-Woodmere Board of Education members have concerns with the proposed 2021-22 budget that was presented as a nearly a 2 percent spending increase from the current fiscal plan.  more
The first of two stories examining student mental health. The nearly year-long coronavirus pandemic has affected every facet of everyday life — especially education, and one of the country’s most vulnerable populations, students. more
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