December 2, 2009 RSS feed / People/Social

St. William’s first graders explore marine life at Atlantis Aquarium

First graders at St. William the Abbot School in Seaford enjoyed a day of marine exploration at the Atlantis Aquar ium in Riverhead. At the interactive salt marsh, the students took off their shoes and rolled up their pants to get up More...

Eastplain’s Math Olympians

A strong interest in math and a desire to challenge themselves on a deeper level is what drives the 18 fifth-grade members of Plainedge’s Eastplain Elementary School’s Math Olympiad team. More...

American Indian History

Fourth-grade students at the Albany Avenue School in the Farmingdale School District participated in a special “Journey into American Indian Territories.” The program, funded by the Albany Avenue PTA cultural arts division arranged for t More...

Ames Campus students learn about making good choices

In an ongoing effortto help students understand the long-term impact of the many choices they are faced with making and how the habits they form affect their future success, the Massapequa Public School District presented Making High School Count at More...

Farmingdale HS awarded grant to teach students financial literacy

The Farmingdale School District announced that Farmingdale High School has been selected as one of only 23 schools in New York State to receive a Financial Literacy Grant from H&R Block. Thegrant will be utilized to teach students financial skills. More...

Carol Baskir - Educator of excellence

Massapequa High School – Main Campus English teacher Carol Baskir received the New York State English Council’s 2008 Educator of Excellence award. More...

Poll

Was the the beheading of a woman in Moore, Oklahoma on Fri., Sept. 26 an act of terrorism on American soil, or an isolated incident involving a mentally deranged individual acting alone?