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Enthusiasm and energy filled the Floyd B. Watson Elementary School gymnasium on Jan. 18 as all students participated in the Unique Game Show assembly. more
St. Mark’s Cooperative Nursery School is celebrating its 50-year anniversary this year, as the school has instilled a sense of community that drive alumni to enroll their children and continue the tradition. more
“As you can imagine it’s been a rough year, but this is something that helps with healing,” said Johanna Bowers, a Spanish teacher at Francis F. Wilson Elementary School that has helped lead the charge in raising more than $25,000 for childhood cancer research. more
South Side High School recently recognized the 48 students who were inducted into the New York State Science Honor Society on Oct. 29. The honor society is endorsed by the New York State Science … more
History was made at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Sunday, and it didn’t involve Billy Joel or the Islanders. About a dozen Molloy students emerged from the Uniondale arena’s tunnel, walking single file to half-court, where six of them settled in front of computer screens to get ready for battle against counterparts from New York Institute of Technology. more
While many Rockville Centre residents do not support speed cameras near schools, some believe they could improve safety for students their and parents. more
“The idea that a Holocaust survivor disappears, his story does not,” said Irving Roth, a friend of Ray Fishler’s. “His spirit and soul continues to live.” Fishler, of Wayne, N.J., a former Rockville Centre resident who shared his stories of the Holocaust to inspire local students and families, died on Nov. 19. more
Molloy College is one step closer to securing bonds to begin constructing a new residence hall on its campus in Rockville Centre. more
Jim Duffy, a longtime teacher at Jennie E. Hewitt Elementary School with a variety of other roles in the district, was named interim principal of Francis F. Wilson Elementary School last week. more
More than 80 former South Side High School lacrosse players gathered at their home field on Nov. 23 for the program’s first alumni game. more
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