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Students at Chestnut Street School in West Hempstead went on a storybook adventure with a StoryWalk on Nov. 10. Presented and organized by West Hempstead Library librarian Kerry Nugent, the StoryWalk … more
Malvernite Carol Basdeo said that one of her biggest goals as a mother was to show her two children — Kayla, 10, and K.C., 8 — that they could pursue any career they wanted while helping … more
The Dignity and Tolerance Club at West Hempstead Middle School created a Walk of Positivity leading into the school building on Oct. 21. Students and faculty wrote uplifting phrases in chalk by the … more
Kindergarteners in Daniel Ianniello’s class at Chestnut Street School in West Hempstead virtually met with students in Sheila Dempsey’s class at West Hempstead High School to take part in … more
The coronavirus pandemic has not stopped Malverne High School’s award-winning Pride of Malverne Marching Band from sharpening their skills as they continue to thrive. Members of the band … more
The West Hempstead School District celebrated School Board Recognition Week during their monthly meeting on Oct. 21. Dr. Nichelle Rivers, the district’s director of performing, fine and … more
It was an exciting evening during the Malverne School District’s Oct. 13 Board of Ed. meeting. Board members were honored for their hard work and dedication to the district, and several … more
For Angela Lin, a former student at Grace Lutheran School in Malverne, pictures really are worth a thousand words. When the school went into lockdown in March, Angela, 5, was searching for ways to … more
The Malverne School District recently recognized senior high school students who have earned the distinction of Advance Placement scholars. These students were recognized for their successful … more
With new health and safety protocols in place, students and teachers in Malverne and West Hempstead are still adjusting to virtual and distanced learning. One month into the new school year, district … more
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