8:00 PM Budget Discussion/Public Session
Sewanhaka High School senior Shafaq Khan has been selected as a semifinalist in the Coca-Cola Scholars Program.
Research indicates that students who participate in extracurricular activities perform better academically. So what better way to get the class of 2023 heading in that direction than to expose the students to the abundance of clubs that Floral Park Memorial has to offer?
District administrators, building principals, board of education members and community stakeholders are taking part in the three-day workshop “The Cultural Proficiency Journey: Co-Creating Culturally Responsive Schools” as part of the district’s ongoing focus on equity.
Floral Park’s Future Business Leaders of America participation in the Spring District Meeting at Hofstra University on Jan. 20, was an overall success.
The National Council of Teachers of English awarded New Hyde Park Memorial’s literary magazine “The Arena” the rank of excellence for 2016.
Sewanhaka High School seventh-graders in Diane Ventura’s social studies classes recently learned about Native Americans.
H. Frank Carey’s Saving Our Society Club was introduced to two guest speakers who discussed a multitude of possible charitable events club members could participate in.