Seasonal Featured

Prevent Learning Loss Over Winter Break

Children await winter’s arrival for many reasons. Those who live in cold climates may be anxious to see the snow and enjoy sledding or throwing snowballs with friends. The season also is prime time for magical holidays, like Chanukah, Christmas and New Year’s Eve.   Another eagerly anticipated component of winter is the break from […]
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Students Become Published Authors

North Babylon’s William E. DeLuca Jr. Elementary School students of Ms. Jodi Rebholz’s kindergarten class were all smiles on June 19, as they returned to their classroom and were surprised with the arrival of the books they recently published. Through a national student publishing program, all 24 students are now published authors after working collaboratively […]
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East Woods Students Stirrup Service at Pal-O-Mine

The eighth grade students of the East Woods School recently participated in a brand new Leadership Program established by Head of School, Laura Kang.  As part of the program, students met and heard from the executive directors of seven non-profits in the fall. After learning about the mission, programs, financial structure and goals of each […]
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Nassau BOCES Barry Tech Students Rocked The Runway!

First and second-year students in the Fashion Design Technology course at Nassau BOCES Barry Tech, rocked the runway for their teachers, friends and family members with their original and innovative fashion designs. This year’s theme was “Vogue Street Style.” The classroom was transformed into a beautiful showroom, complete with elegant decorations and a lighted runway.
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Students Support The Ride For Life

Hundreds of administrators, staff and students from Ronkonkoma Middle School recently lined Peconic Street in Ronkonkoma to show overwhelming support for Chris Pendergast and the ALS Ride for Life participants as they honorably paraded throughout the community. Under the direction of school guidance counselor Tara Sullivan, who organized the event, the group made their way
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Manor Students Explore The West

Seaford Manor Elementary School fifth-graders took a trip back in time as they explored the westward expansion of the United States. Using their classroom laptops, they accessed online educational resources to learn more about different topics such as the gold rush, the Louisiana Purchase, the Oregon Trail and the impact on Native Americans. Students created […]