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The Seaford Board of Education last week authorized its president, Bruce Kahn, to execute any additional applications and related documents needed in connection with the approval process for a proposed condominium development at the Seaford Avenue School. This resolution was passed unanimously at the board’s work session on July 24. more
Nearly a dozen students from East Rockaway Jr./Sr. High School Life Skills class learned how to stay fit, how to stretch and how to spin — among other important and useful tasks —thanks to a … more
However long the recovery time is for Inwood resident and Number Five School student Jeffrey Contreras, the Lawrence School District community, which began a “gofundme” online site to raise money to help Jeffrey’s family, will continue to monitor his progress, especially with his schoolwork. more
An engineer has completed a draft study on the feasibility of a public takeover of Long Island American Water, the water utility company that services the area, but the public has yet to see the document. more
Even though it’s summer, the lights are on at Clear Stream Avenue School and learning is continuing to take place. Almost every classroom is being used as about 200 children gather there every weekday morning to take part in District 30’s summer school program. more
For some children, summer is about sleeping late and hanging out in the air conditioning. That’s not the case for the hundreds of children who attend District 13’s summer recreation program, along with its other academic offerings during the two-month break from school. more
Bellmore and North Bellmore school district officials recently reorganized their respective boards of education for the 2014-15 academic year. more
It has been over three years since the crime-infested Courtesy Hotel was demolished and residents of West Hempstead — along with politicians — breathed a well-deserved sigh of relief after a 10-year battle to shut it down. more
Desks, tables, chairs and books have all been packed away, as construction has taken over the Forest Road School this summer. District 30 is in the midst of a $1.4 million project to upgrade lights, ceilings, and the heating and ventilation system at its smallest elementary school. more
North Bellmore School District officials have responded to an audit report issued by New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli on July 2 that suggests former administrators overestimated … more
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