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In an email sent to John F. Kennedy High School families early Friday morning, Principal Gerard Owenburg said the school would be closed for in-person instruction Dec. 4 to conduct further contact … more
In an email sent to Wellington C. Mepham High School families Thursday afternoon, Principal Eric Gomez said the school would reopen for in-person instruction on Dec. 4 after officials completed contact tracing for an unknown number of positive Covid-19 cases that were reported by parents overnight. more
Flags were flying on the field of Sanford H. Calhoun High School before Thanksgiving break on Nov. 24, as student-athletes took part in a flag football tournament to benefit the Bellmore-Merrick … more
Calhoun High School’s On Tour Company is preparing for its 35th annual Shakespeare performance, “The Comedy of Errors,” amid the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. Club … more
A new installation at Park Avenue Elementary School in the North Bellmore School District is shining a light during the dark days of the coronavirus pandemic. Recently, a rainbow rock garden was … more
John DeTommaso, the superintendent of the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District for the past eight years and an educator for 33 years, has announced his retirement, effective next June. more
A group of Chatterton Elementary School parents wanted to make sure local veterans didn’t go unnoticed amid the coronavirus pandemic. Since large gatherings, such as assemblies and observance … more
To keep Levy-Lakeside students’ patriotic pride alive despite Covid-19 restrictions, the Parent Teacher Association came up with an alternative way to observe Veterans Day. On Nov. 10, a field … more
A Calhoun High School freshman has used his musical talents to raise money for Long Island Cares and The Harry Chapin Food Bank. Last month, Joseph Darcourt, of Merrick, received a letter from the … more
A John F. Kennedy High School student has reportedly tested positive for Covid-19, but due to the nature of the case, the Nassau County Department of Health has determined that the school can remain … more
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