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More than 90 years after opening its doors and a decade after ending its association with the Solomon Schechter school systems, the Brandeis School, in Lawrence, has rebranded as the Brandeis Hebrew Academy. more
For nearly 30 years, Scott Stueber — a man best known as a football coaching firebrand, specializing in defensive lines — has been a fixture in Valley Stream Central High School District … more
Megan McCormack was named interim principal of Sea Cliff Elementary School by the North Shore School District Board of Education on Sept. 8, replacing Principal Jeannette Wojcik, who resigned to take … more
For the first time since March of 2020, the start of the school year in the Glen Cove City School District won’t be focused entirely on the coronavirus pandemic. For the past few years Covid-19 dictated how schools across Long Island operated. Outbreaks determined when schools went virtual and when students could return to the classroom. Now, with plans for schools to be open, students and parents can shift their focus on back-to-school shopping and seeing old friends.  more
With the start of new school year, there is a return to a sense of normalcy for students, faculty and staff after two-plus years of dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic. more
Glen Cove High School student Luca A. Mancuso, 16, has been selected to become a member of the National Society of High School Scholars. The esteemed organization. recognizes scholars who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, high academic achievement and dedication to their community. The announcement was made by NSHHS co-founder and president, James W. Lewis, and Claes Nobel, whose family established the Nobel prizes. Currently there are 700,000 members in the society in over 170 countries.  more
Glen Cove High School senior TaRea Galatri received a text from her music teacher, Edward Norris, asking if she could join 30 other students to meet Grammy Award-winning R&B artist Ashanti, a GCHS alum.  more
The Lawrence School District is finding new ways to keep students engaged in its Extended School Year and summer reading programs, using the digital FastForWord and Reading Assistant Plus platforms. more
People driving past Oyster Bay High School will probably notice the large mounds of stone and debris piled high in the attached parking lot. While at first glance they may merely look like an … more
Instruments blared and unique artwork was displayed as the Freeport School District hosted its annual Summer Festival of the Arts live in the Freeport High School Performing Arts Center. more
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