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Kulanu Academy welcomed the colder season as the Cedarhurst-based school for young people with special needs held Winter Fest in Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park on Nov. 14. more
Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High School joined together for another extremely eventful week. With the school year under way, classes are progressing, extracurricular activities are sprouting, sports teams are back on the court, and school spirit is building. more
Seven area private Jewish schools elementary schools, including a few that have upper levels, took part in the Marion and Aaron Gural JCC’s first-ever Elementary School Fair on the Harrison-Kerr Family Campus in Lawrence on Nov. 18. more
A huge swath of the outside play area was covered with folding chairs, the basketball hoop poles were decorated with balloons and the dais ran half the length of one side as Yeshiva of South Shore in Hewlett, an Orthodox Jewish boys only school, celebrated a groundbreaking of a new building and the street dedication for its founder on Nov. 21. more
Since 2017, Muslim parents and students in the Hewlett-Woodmere School District have asked that the Board of Education consider adding two Muslim holy days, Eid al Fitr and Eid al Adha, to the school calendar. The days are now recognized by 22 districts across Long Island. more
Hewlett High School was bursting with excitement for their first ever kickball tournament organized by the Student Council on Nov. 10. This long-awaited event drew students of all grades to come together to form teams to compete. more
The Woodmere Education Center auditorium was unusually filled with parents and students for the Nov. 10 Hewlett-Woodmere Board of Education work meeting after rumors circulated throughout the school community about cost-cutting measures that included eliminating the 10-period high school day and threaten elective courses such as the arts. more
A lifelong Woodmere resident who is the son and grandson of coaches and played basketball at Yeshiva University now leads his alma mater men’s team — a squad with a No. 2 ranking in … more
Over the past 10 years, Dr. Dina Anzalone, the principal of Ogden Elementary School in South Valley Stream, has, by all accounts, turned the building into a loving community, and has maintained its family feel, despite the obstacles brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. more
Combining the autumn season and the informal greeting that originated in the Southern states, Ogden Elementary School hosted its inaugural Fall Y’all festival on Oct. 28 that stretched from one end of the outside of the school campus to the other. more
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