September 13, 2017 RSS feed / Schools/Sports

Pulling the right strings

Massapequa High School sophomore James Kelly, a student assistant in the Summer Fine Arts program, gave incoming sixth-grader Tristan Ehrhardt a one-onone violin lesson as part of the Advanced Orchestra class. More...

A warm welcome for teachers at Massapequa Schools

New teachers in the Massapequa School District arrived at their orientation on Aug. 22 with great enthusiasm and left with more knowledge, new friends and even some goodies.  More...

Banding together at Massapequa High School

Putting on a halftime show at a high school football game requires much planning and coordination, which is why students at Massapequa High School got a head start. Marching band camp was held from Aug. 14-16 to prepare for the upcoming season.  More...

Locals post record times at Runners Edge Triathlon

Brendan Mims, Theresa Hirschhorn and Karen Conkling of Massapequa, and John Dulko of Massapequa Park, each won an award in this year’s 30th annual Runner’s Edge-Town of Oyster Bay Triathlon held on Aug. More...

Setting sail for kindergarten in Plainedge

The Sail into Kindergarten program in Plainedge School District serves as an orientation for incoming kindergarten students and their families. More...

First day back a success for Massapequa School students

The yellow buses rolled up to the nine schools of the Massapequa School District on Sept. 6, and out stepped thousands of students eager to begin the new year. More...

FOWL BALL

Ducks earn rain-shortened victory over New Britain

It didn’t take a long day for the Ducks to get a big win. In rainy conditions that limited the game to only five innings, Long Island came away with a 2-0 victory over the New Britain Bees on Sept. 2 in front of 5,748 at Bethpage Ballpark. More...