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On Tuesday, Oceanside residents will go to the polls to decide on the school budget for the upcoming year. We believe that the $142.24 million spending plan is well allocated, and the tax levy increase of 1.86 percent is needed. more
After several months of fundraising, Barnum Woods Elementary School officials plan to donate $18,500 to the Francis X. Hegarty Elementary School in Island Park, which was devastated by last October’s Hurricane Sandy. The majority of the funds were raised by Barnum Woods students, who amassed more than $13,000 by selling chocolate bars last spring. more
“Homecoming” usually conjures images of colorful parade floats and hard-fought football games, but for the students, faculty and staff of East Rockaway and Lawrence high schools, the term has a more basic meaning: the return to their respective school buildings after months of repair following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. more
Hope Rodriguez embodies her first name. She and her younger brother, Abel John, have remained optimistic and hopeful even in the face of great adversity. more
Island Park Superintendent Dr. Rosmarie Bovino updated residents at the Board of Education’s Nov. 26 meeting about the districts recovery efforts from Hurricane Sandy and informed them that the … more
Both Oceanside and Island Park reopened the doors to their schools this week for the first time since Hurricane Sandy swept through the area. Things were not quite normal for all students, … more
Hundreds of Island Park residents gathered at the Sacred Heart Church Parish Center — the only large building left with power and heat — on Nov. 8, the first public gathering since Hurricane … more
Schools in Island Park and Oceanside are still struggling to open more than a week after Hurricane Sandy devastated the area. Most schools in Oceanside came out of the storm without significant … more
With Hurricane Sandy predicted to wreak havoc on Long Island Monday into Tuesday, school districts across the South Shore cancelled classes for Monday, Oct. 29. more
Delirious Oceanside High School students, fresh from their prom and graduation, left Warehouse 5 in Island Park in the wee hours of the morning of June 29, carrying an odd assortment of things. … more
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