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The Franklin Square School District Board of Education will hold its reorganizational and regular meeting on July 6. The public session will begin at 8 p.m. The Board of Education has suspended … more
H. Frank Carey seniors surprised Principal Christopher Fiore with a drive-by parade on June 18, thanking him for his service to the school. The students decorated their cars in orange and black, … more
In his 44 years in the Elmont School District, Marshall Zucker has worked with people who started their education careers in the 1930s, and others who might continue to work in the district through … more
Sacred Heart Academy students Isabel Louie, Catalina Ramirez and Shadia Suha will spend part of their summer at a world-renowned research facility, the Brookhaven National Labs STEM-Prep Summer … more
Voters in Franklin Square and Elmont approved all three school district budgets and both library budgets by absentee ballot this year. The Franklin Square School District’s nearly $40.2 … more
Richner Communications, publishers of Herald Community Newspapers, is now accepting nominations for the Herald 2020 Senior Superlatives. Nominations are currently open through Instagram (see … more
Saying “No New Yorker should have to choose between their health and their right to vote,” N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered mail-in ballots in local school elections to be counted if received by June 16. more
Graduation ceremonies in the Sewanhaka Central High School District have been postponed until the end of July, Superintendent James Grossane posted on the district’s website on May 29, as Long … more
Nine Elmont and Franklin Square residents are running to serve on the Boards of Education and library boards. Two of the Board of Education races are contested, and members of the elementary school … more
Sewanhaka Superintendent James Grossane explained his decision to allow high school seniors to graduate in individual ceremonies at a virtual Board of Education meeting on May 26, as Gov. Andrew … more
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