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Students throughout the Valley Stream Central High School District continued to refuse to take the seventh- and eighth-grade State English Language Arts and mathematics tests last spring. more
Indoor and outdoor cameras were installed on Sept. 25 in all School District 13 schools. The cameras give the district the ability to see down a hallway and use facial recognition, according to Andrea DiMango, the district’s director of technology. more
Two of Valley Stream’s four school districts overfilled their unassigned reserve funds in the past school year, according to financial statements filed with the state. more
Alumni from North High School’s class of 1968 roamed the halls of the school they attended from the time they were 12-years-old until they were 18 on Sept. 22, pointing at their former classrooms and sharing stories about their former teachers. more
Superintendents from four Valley Stream school districts said they would consider installing speed cameras around schools, after Nassau County Executive Laura Curran proposed an opt-in program for school districts earlier this month. more
To commemorate its 50th reunion, the Valley Stream North High School Class of 1968 raised more than $4,000 to purchase door alarms and rechargeable blow horns to enhance the high school’s security. more
To quell parents’ and students’ fears about the Valley Stream Central High School District’s security, the Board of Education approved a $77,850 contract with Wisdom Protective Services on Aug. 28 and named Dave Buxbaum the district’s director of security. more
Local elected and school officials and parents joined the swelling chorus last week of those opposed to a proposal to use federal funds to arm classroom teachers, including in Franklin Square, Elmont … more
The Aug. 28 Valley Stream Central High School District Board of Education meeting served as Central High School senior Anthony Cruz’s debut as the board’s student liaison. more
Last school year, several residents of North Terrace Place confronted Shaw Avenue School Principal Alejandro Rivera, hoping to make the street one way during arrival and dismissal times. They were concerned about the congestion and double-parking that occurs daily at that time, they said. more
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