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Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of women in the U. S., and Jayne Dickie is trying her best to significantly lower those numbers. more
International Holocaust Remembrance Day was on Jan. 27, and educators in Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District commemorated the significant anniversary that holds profound historical importance through education and personal story telling from Holocaust and genocide advocates and survivors. more
During Black History Month, many schools will celebrate and learn about the achievements of African-Americans, recognizing their contributions to the growth and development of the United States. more
With kidnappings, murder, and conspiracy lining it’s 332 pages of Rebecca Benison’s debut fiction novel “Harvest Cruise,” the book is sure to grab the attention of readers. more
Renowned author Alyssa Satin Capucilli visited students at Birch School on Jan. 25 as part of the school’s Diving into Reading PARP program last month. more
Global School Play Day is celebrated each year on the first Wednesday in February, and promotes the importance of unstructured play for children in classroom settings. more
As a member of the John F. Kennedy High School Community Leadership Program, junior Jayda Levine is one of a select group of students taking part in the three-year program. more
Everyone knows that in the U.S., the planet and environment are celebrated on Earth Day, which falls on April 22, welcoming in a season of new growth. more
As the winter starts to wind down, the four libraries of Bellmore-Merrick bring fun, entertaining, and informative events. more
In the Merrick Union Free School District, it’s a Birch School tradition to embrace cultural holidays, and on Monday, students and staff rang in the New Year, by celebrating Lunar New Year. more
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