January 9, 2002 RSS feed / Schools/Sports

Pin sales benefit Massapequa families affected by September 11

Rebecca Stegner and Dominique, left to right, first graders at Birch Lane Elementary School in Massapequa Park, buy flag pins from PTA Co-President Leslie Dowell during lunch on Red, White and Blue Day. More...

MHS student/athlete honored

Jessica Powers was one of eight female student-athletes that represented Nassau County at the Women More...

Farmingdale students give thanks

Students, teachers and parents throughout Farmingdale More...

Massapequa Fairfield students sing

Second grade students at Fairfield Elementary School, Massapequa, recently took a trip to Circuit City in Massapequa. More...

Fifth graders at Eastplain participate in Pride program

Eastplain Elementary School fifth graders answer questions posed by Nassau County Police Officer Thomas Gilberti during the Pride Program, an eight-session substance abuse awareness unit that stresses responsible decision making. More...

Flag ceremony at Eastplain School

The United Veterans Organization presented a flag education assembly to Plainedge More...

Students at Plainedge HS write about September tragedy

Plainedge High School More...

MPK Holiday Open House

You knew from the moment that you stepped into Massapequa Park Village Hall that this was a day for kids. Mickey and Minny Mouse greeted them for the annual Holiday Open House, and red, green and blue balloons floated in the air. More...

Lockhart donations

The PTA at R.J. Lockhart Elementary School, Massapequa, recently put together a donation drive to help support the search and rescue workers in lower Manhattan. Parents and students worked together to collect, package and help ship out goods. More...

Poll

Do you expect to spend more this holiday season than you did last year?