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Two Hebrew Academy of Long Beach third-graders took home prizes in the John F. Kennedy International Synagogue/ Jewish Press Hanukkah Art Contest. more
Community Chest South Shore, formerly known as Five Towns Community Chest, is a 90-year-old local organization that gives high school-age teens opportunities to volunteer, become involved in the local community and expand their social network through its Youth Board. more
The Hewlett-Woodmere Board of Education voted on its 2022-2023 school calendar, which will not include the Muslim Eid holidays, a disappointment to more than 1,000 people who signed a petition in favor adding the holidays. more
As part of the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach’s STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) program, Michael Beer, a Google engineer, presented a Zoom discussion with the eighth grade boys on “Being a Google Engineer: What is the Cloud, What Makes Working at Google Exciting, and What Projects Do I Work On.” more
Since 2017, Muslim families in District 14 have been asking the Hewlett-Woodmere School District Board of Education to consider accommodating their request to add the Eid holidays to the school calendar so their children to take part in the celebrations, and pointed to the inclusive environment that the district promotes as another reason. more
Cedarhursty Mayor Benjamin Weinstick said roighly 8 inches of snow fell in the village and with crews beginning work at 4 a.m., the "whole village is plowed and salted," he said. In Lawrence, officials said the roads are clear. more
Happy Holidays! The Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High school had a great month filled with meaningful Hanukkah celebrations, including a spirited holiday concert, color war and special candle lighting ceremony. more
At Ogden Elementary School in Valley Stream, lights, decorations, music, food and games for students, parents, teachers and staff set a cheery tone for the holidays on Dec. 21. Last year, the event was drive-thru only, but this year, the children were able to enjoy the experience outdoors in each other’s company. more
After three days out of the Frost Avenue building in Lawrence, Rambam Mesivta High School students have returned to in-person learning. more
Hewlett Elementary School ushered in the season with a Winter Wonderland on Dec. 15 that stretched across the campus, and included an “ice skating” rink, giant inflatables, multiple tables of vendor goods, hot chocolate, a DJ, dancing, donuts, pretzels and a snow blowing machine. more
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