Twenty-six students in the district’s Career and Technical Education program were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society in the program’s first-ever honor society induction on May 12.
H. Frank Carey senior Dori Luciani received the school’s character award for March.
Eighteen Advanced Placement students from New Hyde Park Memorial, along with English teachers Anna Caruso, Mary Kay Mannle and Andy Yen traveled to England and Ireland during the spring recess.
Twenty-three students from H. Frank Carey High School spent their spring break exploring Iceland, the land of fire and ice, a literal hot bed of geologic and scientific activity. Students were able to see the powerful effects of nature, as well as how this power could be harnessed.
On May 2 and 4, Elmont Memorial hosted an schoolwide assembly on pedestrian safety during physical education classes.
The Jamaica Square Civic Association honored multiple students from Floral Park Memorial at their April 18 meeting.
Sewanhaka students in Robert Anderson’s seventh-grade and Karen Walsh’s 11th-grade English classes recently completed a paired reading of the novel “Wonder” by RJ Palacio, discussing issues of bullying, tolerance and problem-solving.
Rock and Roll took center stage at H. Frank Carey when two-time Grammy nominee Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could performed for Promoting Academics through Life Skills students and those in the special education program on May 5.
The Press Club of Long Island has recognized Elmont Memorial’s newspaper The Elmont Phoenix with the Best High School Newspaper Award.
New Hyde Park Memorial junior Dan Celic recently took the 2016 U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad Exam.