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“This is what my favorite event of the year is,” Valley Stream Council of PTAs President Michelle D’Elia said in welcoming hundreds of parents, teachers, students, administrators and Board of Education members to the 53rd annual Lights On For Education program on April 10. more
After months of intense discussions and number crunching, District 24 Board of Education members have settled on a budget proposal. more
Students in the Valley Stream Central High School District will have more classes to choose from next year if voters approve the budget on May 20. more
Never think and act like you’re the best — you always have something to learn. Those were the words of Edson Arantes do Nascimento, more commonly known as Pele’, who was given an honorary … more
Nassau County veterans who thought they would see their school taxes reduced in 2014-15 have another think coming. Though dozens of school boards around the county voted in recent weeks to ease veterans’ tax burdens, the county’s Department of Assessment has postponed enactment of the tax breaks until 2015-16. more
While high school students are still in a part of their lives where learning is their top priority, they have enough life experience to be teaching, as well. more
More than 100 students did not take part in the New York state assessments given last week, significantly more than what was expected in the days leading up the exam. more
As the baseball season kicked off for most big league clubs on Monday, state lawmakers threw a curveball of their own to school administrators and boards of education preparing to pierce the property tax levy cap. more
The students and faculty at Valley Stream South High School had a busy end to the month of March, and it all happened after school hours. South held its annual Service Week, and student groups donated their time, talent and in some cases, their hair, to benefit those in need. more
When voters in District 13 head to the polls on May 20, they will decide on a $45.8 million spending plan that keeps programs in tact for next year, and makes a few enhancements. more
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