During the week of Feb. 13, New Hyde Park Memorial students in Bryan DiScala's 10 Advanced English classes began a unit of study exploring various literary genres used by authors throughout history.
Fourteen district student-artists had their work displayed at the Art League of Long Island’s 10th Annual High School Advanced Placement, Go APE Art exhibition from Jan. 28-Feb. 12.
H. Frank Carey seventh grader Devin Casano clinched a victory in the school’s annual Geography Bee.
Sewanhaka High School sophomore Joel Bossous competed in the American Legion Oratorical Contest, progressing through three rounds of the competition.
The Sewanhaka District Robotics Club participated and won the Long Island FIRST Tech Challenge Championships, as part of a three-team alliance at Smithtown West High School.
Elmont Memorial’s Model United Nations program participated in the prestigious North American Invitational Model United Nations Conference from Feb. 15-19 in Washington, D.C.
At a recent Key Club meeting, Sewanhaka High School students made Valentine's cards for veterans.
H. Frank Carey recently held its annual Military Day. Representatives from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines came to the school to speak to students about opportunities in the military.
Powerful words, beautiful musical performances and superbly choreographed dance numbers steeped in rich history highlighted Elmont Memorial’s first-ever Black History Month celebration at Elmont Public Library on Feb. 15.
New Hyde Park Memorial seniors Rena Fukuda and Sam Kooran were named finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
The Sewanhaka FIRST Lego League Middle School Robotics Team took part in a competition at Mineola High School on Jan. 28. Thirty teams competed at the event, which was sponsored by the School Business Partnerships of Long Island.
The Athletic Department at H. Frank Carey expressed its gratitude to the Art Palette Club, led by adviser Roi Daconto, for a beautifully painted mural that was created for the school’s Athletic Trainers room for all the athletes to enjoy.
Congratulations to Elmont Memorial’s varsity track coach Mike Graham and his 4x4 team for winning the New York Road Runners Millrose Games championships.
The New Hyde Park Memorial Model United Nations team competed at the Boston University Invitational Model UN conference held in Boston, Massachusetts.
Sewanhaka High School senior Shafaq Khan has been selected as a semifinalist in the Coca-Cola Scholars Program.
H. Frank Carey eighth-grade students in Thomas Needham’s English class were visited by Yaron Brook, executive co-chairman and president of the Ayn Rand Institute on Feb. 3.
Research indicates that students who participate in extracurricular activities perform better academically. So what better way to get the class of 2023 heading in that direction than to expose the students to the abundance of clubs that Floral Park Memorial has to offer?
Congratulations to senior Brandon VanCooten, the first student athlete in Elmont Memorial history to win The Nassau County Wrestling Championship.
Sewanhaka High School’s Future Business Leaders of America participated in competitions at Hofstra University on Jan. 20.
H. Frank Carey’s Daniel Davide and Dakota Terenzi were named Seniors of the Month for January.
District administrators, building principals, board of education members and community stakeholders are taking part in the three-day workshop “The Cultural Proficiency Journey: Co-Creating Culturally Responsive Schools” as part of the district’s ongoing focus on equity.
Floral Park’s Future Business Leaders of America participation in the Spring District Meeting at Hofstra University on Jan. 20, was an overall success.
The National Council of Teachers of English awarded New Hyde Park Memorial’s literary magazine “The Arena” the rank of excellence for 2016.
Sewanhaka High School seventh-graders in Diane Ventura’s social studies classes recently learned about Native Americans.
H. Frank Carey’s Saving Our Society Club was introduced to two guest speakers who discussed a multitude of possible charitable events club members could participate in.
The Sewanhaka District Rifle Team has enjoyed a successful season finishing with a record of 9 wins, 3 losses, which has solidified their position in the Nassau County Rifle Championships on Feb. 15 at Glen Cove High School.