February 28, 2001 RSS feed / Schools/Sports

Outstanding physical education students

On Monday evening December 11, two Farmingdale High School seniors received the Outstanding Physical Education student award from the Nassau County Chapter of the New York State Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. More...

Lockhart hosts Walk -A - Thon

The students, teachers, and parents at R.J. Lockhart School in Massapequa participated in a walk-a-thon on Monday, December 3. More...

Mass. students to perform at 2001 NMEA festival

The following students from Massapequa High School, Ames Campus were selected to perform at the 2001 NMEA All-County Festival held at the Tilles Center/C.W. Post College during the weekend of January 12 to 14: More...

St Rose 5th grade girls basketball team wins Class A championship

The St. Rose of Lima Lightning girls More...

Mildred A. Butera 40 year resident of Massapequa

Mildred Ann Butera (nee Marino), a resident of Massapequa for the past 40 years, died of complications due to congestive heart failure on January 22, 2001. She was 81 years old. More...

Alfred "Dunky" Miller former Amityville resident

Alfred "Dunky" Miller, a former resident of Amityville, died January 16, 2001 at his home in Panama City, Florida, after a lengthy illness. He was 68 years old. More...

Packard Middle School students send supplies to Bolivia

Packard Middle School Honor Society and Student Council members held their annual drive to benefit two schools in the village of Totora, Bolivia, where students are unable to buy basic school supplies. More...

Lockhart tea

The fourth grade orchestra at Lockhart School in Massapequa entertained their parents at a tea recently. This beginner More...

Plainedge Alumni speak about college experience

A group of recent graduates returned to Plainedge High School on January 5, to speak to students about their college experiences. More...

Packard holds parent orientation meetings

The Packard Middle School will hold parent program orientation meetings Tuesday, March 6 in the Packard cafeteria. The meeting for parents of sixth graders will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. More...

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