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Hard work and talent has paid off for a trio of Hewlett High School seniors who signed national letters of intent on Nov. 9 to continue pursuing their dreams of athletic excellence. more
The line of marchers along Broadway in Hewlett on Nov. 8 was not celebrating Homecoming. The procession comprised Hewlett-Woodmere public school teachers seeking a new union contract to replace the … more
The football team did not win, however that didn’t curb the fun at Lawrence High School’s Homecoming on Oct. 29 more
The coronavirus pandemic interrupted and upended traditional education, with schools pivoting as quickly as they could from in-person instruction to remote learning, and then devising hybrid models. more
Wrestling involves a good stance, efficient movement, penetration, and a drive to the finish. more
There is a renewed emphasis on Holocaust education thanks to a new state law signed in August by Gov. Kathy Hochul, requiring public school district superintendents to attest in a survey that their schools are making the Holocaust part of classroom instruction. more
Lawrence High School’s Class of 1972 reunited to commemorate its 50th anniversary with a party in the Atrium of Sunny Atlantic Beach Club in Atlantic Beach on Oct. 8. Friends got reacquainted over drinks, dinner and dessert during the four-hour reunion. more
Inspired by reading the book “Silly Billy” by Anthony Browner, students at the Lawrence Early Childhood Center created Worry Dolls that originate with artists from Guatemala as they learned about Hispanic culture, history, language and the contributions Hispanic people have made in the United States in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month. more
Are you ready for some football? With Homecoming just around the corner everything is full steam ahead! With Lawrence’s Senior Class Government kicking off the month of October with Breast Cancer Awareness Pins and donuts. more
Lawrence High School senior Matthew Sharin was named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist, an accomplishment that less than 1 percent of American high school seniors achieve. more
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