Members of the Board of Education recognized the years of service of administrative assistant to the superintendent Fred Raulli and longtime BOE trustee Jean Fichtl at its meeting on June 27.
H. Frank Carey’s senior class, along with their family members, friends and local dignitaries, celebrated their commencement on June 25.
New Hyde Park Memorial’s Class of 2017 completed their high school experience when they took hold of their diplomas at their commencement ceremony at Hofstra University’s David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex on June 25.
Elmont Memorial High School’s Class of 2017 entered the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex at Hofstra University for the school’s 60th annual commencement on June 25 filled with emotion as they readied to embark on a new chapter.
Sewanhaka High School’s Class of 2017 joined for one last time as they bid a heartfelt farewell to their alma mater and looked forward to new beginnings at the school’s annual commencement ceremony on June 24.
Floral Park Memorial High School’s Class of 2017 entered the David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex on June 24 with pride as they eagerly anticipated receiving their high school diplomas during the school’s 60th annual commencement exercises.
Members of Floral Park’s National Junior Honor Society, led by adviser Ms. Margaret McBride, recently visited Anna’s House, a childcare center on the grounds of Belmont Racetrack for the children of the backstretch families.
Congratulations to the Sewanhaka High School graduating seniors who will attend and play collegiate sports in the fall.
More than 100 eighth-, ninth- and 10th-grade Floral Park students were inducted into National Junior Honor Society.
Sewanhaka Central High School District Athletic Director secretary Rosemary Marino was honored by The New York State Public High School Athletic Association Council of Administrators at the Westbury Manor on June 16.
H. Frank Carey High School held its Seventh Grade Awards assembly on June 12.
The Academy of Finance celebrated its 27th annual Graduation Dinner on June 13 at The Inn at New Hyde Park.
The Leo Club at Floral Park Memorial High School recently ran a successful food/personal-care item drive for Long Island Cares.
Students from Floral Park Memorial's National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society took a trip to John Lewis Childs Elementary School thanks to the Junior Achievement program.
Sewanhaka High School senior Stephane Eugene is being honored as the Rotary Senior of the Year.
Elmont Memorial High School’s “Men of Elmont,” a mentoring group that strives to guide young men toward a positive view of self-realization, held its first Male Summit, “Manhood: Understanding the Journey” on June 9.
Sewanhaka sophomore Joel-Anthoney Bossous and junior Geraldine Osorio competed in the Theodore Roosevelt Public Speaking Contest on May 24.
Juniors and seniors from New Hyde Park Memorial’s Science Research Program competed at the recent New York State Science and Engineering Fair.
The National English Honor Society held its inaugural induction at Sewanhaka High School on May 31.
Congratulations to Sewanhaka High School freshmen Yasmine Teekasingh and Emily Triquet, who were both selected as winners in the Creative Communications poetry contest.
Floral Park Memorial is proud to announce seniors Aideen Gill and Cole Horan as the 2017 Athletes of the Year.
Sewanhaka High School's Green Club took advantage of Mother Nature’s drier weather and headed out to one of the school’s courtyards.
Although it was the hottest day of the year, the SADD students had a great time cleaning up the gardens on May 18 in preparation for the Hance Family Foundation’s Fun Day.
Every spring, the Green Club of Sewanhaka High School landscapes the Reflection Triangle on campus.
Seventy-four students were inducted to New Hyde Park Memorial’s Business Honor Society on May 18.
Congratulations to seventh-grader Sabrina Nagle for an amazing accomplishment.
H. Frank Carey High School held its annual Senior Academic Awards Night on May 25.
The Long Island Press honored students from Elmont Memorial during its annual award ceremony for student journalism at Hofstra University.
Henley Noel, a respectful, dedicated, focused and diligent senior at Floral Park Memorial was recognized as Most Improved Student.
New Hyde Park Memorial’s unified basketball team won its championship game against Long Beach High School, 25-23 on May 26. Unified sports combine athletes with and without intellectual disabilities onto competitive teams. Congratulations!
More than 100 students from Floral Park Memorial got together after school on May 18 to help prepare for the Hance Family Foundation’s Fun Day, which was held on May 20.
Floral Park Memorial junior Lizade Rodriguez represented the school during the Town of Hempstead’s Students in Government Day.
The National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association has named district Athletic Director Matthew McLees a Certified Master Athletic Administrator.
Sewanhaka students had the opportunity to visit “The People’s Court,” an arbitration-based reality court show that handles small claims disputes in a simulated courtroom setting.
Floral Park Memorial’s new librarian/media specialist Larissa Simonovski organized a trip to the Apple Store in Manhasset for Mr. Kevin Sullivan’s and Ms. Marisa Metzger’s eighth-grade Integrated Advanced co-teach class.
Congratulations to the following Elmont Memorial students who were recognized as Students of the Month for April.
Ten students representing all schools in the district attended the Long Island Consortium For Excellence and Equity’s second annual Middle School Student Leadership Institute at Molloy College’s Suffolk Center on May 22.
The Sewanhaka Central High School District Marching Band performed at the Music in the Parks educational evaluation series in Hershey Park, Pennsylvania on May 20 and 21.
The Floral Park Memorial girls varsity volleyball team was recognized by Senator Elaine Phillips for winning the Nassau County Volleyball Championship on May 19.
New Hyde Park Memorial students Shawn Abraham, Casey Donohue and Maylisa Pemberton competed in the Junior Achievement Business Plan competition semifinal round at Baruch College.
Administrators and board members recognized the academic and athletic achievements of district students at the Board of Education meeting on May 23.
The District is seeing a reduction in energy costs thanks to the installation of solar panels at its high school buildings.
Sewanhaka High School seventh-graders in Diane Ventura’s class participated in the Hance Family Foundation’s Emma's Mile on May 20, raising $800 for the organization.