This week Mrs. Rogers’ first grade ‘Superstars’ at Pasadena celebrated their nonfiction writing with the fourth graders in Mrs. DeRosa and Mrs. Steinberg’s class.
The Plainview Old-Bethpage School District recently took students from Old Bethpage Elementary School on an imaginary safari through Madagascar, South Africa and magnificent jungles throughout the African continent.
Students in our Chinese program recently participated in a Virtual Video Contest.
Mrs. Stitt’s and Mr. Thayer’s third-grade class had the opportunity this week to meet with the Pen Pals they’ve been corresponding with all year.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage School District has arranged special events throughout the school year to promote unity and respect, and empower students to reduce bullying or bias as part of the New York State Dignity Act’s No Place for Hate® program, part of the NY Anti-Defamation League.
John F. Kennedy High School is proud to announce that two of its most academically talented seniors, Talia Blum and Philip Danziger, have both been selected as recipients of National Merit Scholarships.
John F. Kennedy High School is proud to announce that three seniors, Talia Blum, Jason Getzeler and David Weissman, will have their scientific research published in an upcoming issue of the High School Research Journal.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage School District recently celebrated the accomplishments of nine teachers and administrators who were awarded tenure during the Board of Education meeting held on Monday, May 22.
The Plainview Old-Bethpage School District recently held its annual Carnival for a Cure event at H.B Mattlin Middle School.
H.B. Mattlin Middle School (POB-MMS) seventh and eighth grade Math Olympiad team recently finished in second place at the Annual Nassau County Math Olympiad competition.
I have just returned from the Celebrating Excellence Breakfast honoring the Valedictorians and Salutatorians from Nassau County Public Schools.
We have some newly published fifth grade authors at Mattlin Middle School who were proud to showcase their work to admiring parents, teachers, and administrators at a recent “Meet the Authors” event.
This is the time of year when a superintendent gets to appreciate the true meaning of a district that places the support of the Arts a priority.
The Howard B. Middle School Drama Cadets left everything on the stage
The Plainview-Old Bethpage School District recently celebrated the hundreds of John F. Kennedy High School seniors who made their final college decisions known to the public during National College Decision Day.
Our DECA Chapter continues to turn heads each time they take the floor in State and International competition.
Students at Stratford Road Elementary School recently held their third annual birthday wishes event, focused on bringing the magic of a birthday party to underprivileged and homeless children.
Pasadena Elementary School recently received a special visit from the National Circus Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching circus skills in schools as a way to combine physical activity and the arts.
Eighth grade students at Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School recently enjoyed the sights, sounds, and tastes of the city of Boston during a two-day educational trip.
Pasadena Elementary School third graders recently received an “oversized” cabbage plant from Bonnie Plants.
Old Bethpage Elementary School recently provided students with an innovative Imagination Playground.
The POB JFKHS Drama Cadets have done it again with their awesome production of this year's Spring Musical, Sister Act.
I am always intrigued when a student decides to contact me to share a community project idea.
John F. Kennedy High School Best Buddies club recently attended the annual Long Island Best Buddies Friendship Ball held at Hauppauge High School.
Members of the Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District recently held two groundbreaking ceremonies to signify the start of construction at Pasadena Elementary School and Judy Jacobs Parkway Elementary School.
All roads led to POBJFKHS this past Tuesday evening as parents and students packed the gymnasium to listen to over 100 college representatives.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage School District is proud to announce 11th grade Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy High School student, Emily Kolsky’s artwork, titled “Free” is on display at the Heckscher Museum.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage School District is proud to announce that 84 students from the Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy High School DECA team qualified for the International Career Development Conference based on their recent performance in the New York State DECA Competition.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage School District recently recognized the accomplishments of Talia Blum and Mili Shah, seniors at Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy High School.
I was thrilled when I walked into the High School gym for the ending of the third annual Challenger Basketball season...
The Judy Jacobs Parkway Elementary School recently welcomed acclaimed author David Adler for a special visit to help students enhance their process as writers.
The Old Bethpage Elementary School community recently held the first installment of its St. Jude Hospital ® Math-A-Thon, intended to help raise donations in support of children battling cancer and other catastrophic diseases.
Thanks to the students, teachers and community members, Howard B. Mattlin has been in the spirit of giving.
POBMS celebrated the rich diversity of cultures in our POB community as they recently hosted their 14th annual World Cultures Fair.
Our students are reaching across the district to collaborate, learn and share with each other.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District’s Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School (POBMS) Drama Cadets recently dazzled the community with a spectacular performance of Annie Warbucks.
Peter Pappas entered this season with one goal in mind…to win an elusive New York State wrestling title.
John F. Kennedy High School is proud to announce four academically talented seniors have advanced from semifinalists to finalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Competition.
The theaters of Broadway have a lot to look forward to if the cast of the POBMS performance of Annie Warbucks is any indication
I have given serious thought to inviting members of Congress to Mr. Graham and Mrs. Laviola’ s fourth grade class to have the students teach a lesson in how our government works effectively.
Students in all of our elementary schools ushered in the Chinese New Year, the year of the Rooster, with great enthusiasm.
I was recently drawn into Ms. Makuh’s Art room at Pasadena with the beautiful display of dots created by the entire student body.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage School District recently celebrated students’ musical talents by hosting its annual “Night of A-Cappella” event at John F. Kennedy High School.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District recently teamed with the St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church to help provide assistance to families within the District who are in need this holiday season.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage School District recently announced that 38 students from John F. Kennedy High School were named Finalists in Nassau County’s Annual DECA Regional Competition.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District is proud to announce that John F. Kennedy High School senior Vincy Mathew has been named among the 300 Regeneron Science Talent Search first round prizewinners.
John F. Kennedy High School student Kiana Ziadkhanpour was recently named one of four winners for her essay submission to the Optimum/Altice Hispanic Heritage Essay Contest.
Mattlin Middle School students recently used Z-Space 3-D tablets to enhance their learning of the caterpillar and Chinese language.
Did you know Plainview-Old Bethpage was the first district on Long Island to introduce Z-Space a virtual reality/3-D learning lab and was named a School of Excellence in the process?
The Plainview-Old Bethpage School District recently celebrated Computer Science Education Week at the Plainview-Old Bethpage Pasadena Elementary School.
We have started the new year off on a spectacular note as the POBJFK Independent Research Program student Vincy Mathew was named Regeneron First Round Prizewinner.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District recently organized an activity for fifth grade students from Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School to create artwork to be included in gift bags donated to patients at the Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage School District recently organized an activity for seventh and eighth grade students enrolled in French class from Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School to participate in a Bûche de Noël Competition.
John F. Kennedy High School Varsity Cheerleading team won first place at the Universal Cheerleaders Association Empire Regional Cheerleading Tournament.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District recently teamed with the St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church to help provide assistance to families within the District who are in need this holiday season.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School (POBMS) recently celebrated Computer Science Education Week in an effort to promote digital literacy.
John F. Kennedy High School announced today every fall interscholastic varsity athletic team was awarded the New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s (NYSPHSAA) Scholar-Athlete Team Award.
Judy Jacobs Parkway Elementary School fourth grade students recently learned the ways of the Iroquois and Native Americans throughout American history.
This was our third annual Hour of Code week and our students took advantage of upgrading their coding skills with activities planned in each building.
Digital Citizenship Week!
The Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District recently welcomed Bobby “Cuz” Damiano to the H.B. Mattlin Middle School’s applied behavior analysis class...
I started my Thanksgiving feast early this year as I was fortunate to be invited to join the students in Ms. Gulli’s class at Mattlin Middle School
This weekend the boys Varsity Volleyball team led us through a nail-biting end of the season
Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School recently organized a mock presidential debate for students in preparation of the upcoming Election Day...
John F. Kennedy High School student members of the Business Honor Society and DECA team recently hosted...
This week our schools created a variety of opportunities to demonstrate their appreciation for the men and women of our community who have courageously served our country
Last week, Mattlin was awash in Mattlin Pride
This election season may be leaving some of us discouraged about leadership, but here in POB schools I am inspired daily by the passionate actions of our students.
The Newsday Marching Band Festival showcase the best in high schools across the island.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School erupted in school spirit during its annual pep rally to properly introduce the fall sports season.
Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School students recently participated in the school’s annual club fair to sign up and take advantage of the wide variety of...
Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School English Language Learners are not only busy mastering social language, but also perfecting...
Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School leadership team recently recognized the school’s first group of HAWK award recipients...
Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School uses new technology to help teach students new languages. Students in the seventh grade...
Join us for the annual rites of fall when we welcome all alumni back to Homecoming this Saturday, October 15, 2016.
Each month I have the privilege of having the art work of a student on display in my office.
Four academically talented seniors have qualified as semifinalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Competition
Two John F. Kennedy High School students, Ellie Lee and Schuyler Young were recently named Long Island Scholar Artists...
Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy High School is proud to announce four academically talented seniors have qualified as semifinalists...
The Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District not only welcomed new students to the District this September, but also 41 new staff members...
To commemorate the 15th anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001, the John F. Kennedy High School choir performed as a sculpture created from debris from the World Trade Center towers was installed...
The Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School eagerly opened its doors to greet returning and new students on the first day of the 2016-2017 school year.
This week we received the devastating news of the loss of a great Plainview -Old Bethpage cheerleader, legislator extraordinaire Judy Jacobs.
You cannot imagine what it is like to see our yellow school buses roll into our schools with smiling faces peering out the windows...
Can it be that the lazy, hazy days of summer will soon be behind us?
Students at Parkway Elementary School Learn About Importance of Tolerance and Acceptance
H.B Mattlin Middle School Students Display Their Artistic Talents During Art Show
Plainview-Old Bethpage School Honors 66 Students for Doing Their “Personal Best,” “Respect,” “Impulse Control,” “Decision Making,” and “Empathy”
Teachers and Administrators Nominated Students for Achieving Academic, Social and Personal Milestones
Students at Stratford Road Elementary School and POBJFK High School teamed up to support the second grade STEAM unit
Students Earn Medals for Performance on National French Exam
Students Explore the History and Culture of Boston on School Trip
Students Participate in a Lab to Calculate Speed
Meet the future attorneys of the Plainview-Old Bethpage community
High School Best Buddies club recently attended the annual Long Island Best Buddies Friendship Ball held at Levittown Hall.
Music Ensembles Receive Highest Rating at NYSSMA Festival
Students Compete in Relays as Part of a Week-long Spirited Celebration
This week we take a closer look at our STEAM initiative with members of the class of 2028
This week we highlight another event that demonstrates why our POB schools are so highly valued.
This week I had the honor of listening to our students compete in the 2016 NYSSMA Majors Ensemble Evaluation Festival held at Hofstra.
More than 300 seniors at POBJFKHS recently made their final college decisions
Plainview-Old Bethpage Students Engage in Entrepreneurship Competition
The Mattlin Drama Cadets did it again!
Students Win Title of 2016 Junior Varsity Long Island Champions
Seventh grade students from Mattlin and Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School explored their options for future professions through round-table discussions with local professionals and a surprise guest speaker.
Friendship stretches across the miles from Plainview, New York to Columbus, Ohio
Third graders at Parkway recently celebrated Earth Day by planting bulbs around the school’s gazebo.
Middle School Students Have Opportunity to Speak to Acclaimed Author
This past weekend the cast and crew of the POBJFKHS Drama Cadets took us into another world
Students Learn Webpage Design as part of Plainview-Old Bethpage S.T.E.A.M. Initiative
This week we salute the incredible artists who are members of the High School Chapter of the National Art Honor Society.
What could possibly bring 120 Middle School Scholars out to school on a Saturday and keep them engaged for 7 hours? If you thought a Hackathon, you are correct.
The Chromebooks are here, and our 5th and 6th graders could not be more enthused!
The Chromebooks are here and our 5th and 6th graders could not be more enthused!
On Monday, Mattlin Middle School hosted the 4th annual St. Baldrick’s event and gave us one for the books.
I thought I had walked into the United Nations when I dropped in on the World Cultures Fair held at POBMS this week.
Another POB Hawk has been recognized for her incredible skills and talent on the field.
Parkway School was abuzz with excitement as they recently welcomed author, illustrator Brian Pinkney into their classrooms.
POBMS Drama Cadets Perform Beauty and the Beast
Students Celebrate Day of Horn by Showcasing French Horn Talents
Recently I stopped by Ms. Mittleman’s art class to see some budding second grade artists at Stratford Road Elementary School
K-Center Students Design and Build Gingerbread Houses
This week’s highlight comes from Pasadena Elementary School.
The Afterschool Group Starts Schoolwide Volunteer Effort
H.B Mattlin Middle School Students Recognized For Acts of Kindness
Local Elementary School Regains Title After Reading The Most Books
Students Raise Money to Adopt Tigers from World Wildlife Fund
On June 12, 2015, Pasadena Elementary School held its annual Spelling Bee
Students Participate in Math-a-Thon to Benefit Children at St. Jude Children’s Hospital
Seven Varsity Track Students Break Division Records
Outstanding Students Receive High School’s Top Honor
Angela Lee, an eleventh grade student from POBJFKHS recently received awards at the Regional Scholastic Art Competition for her art work titled “Loneliness.”
Plainview-Old Bethpage School District eleventh grade student Kristi Chan was recently honored by Curator Lisa Chalif at the Long Island’s Best Young Artists Awards ceremony.
Six students from Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy High School recently participated in the 30th Annual Italian Poetry contest held at SUNY Old Westbury.
Plainview Old-Bethpage Students Work for Gold Level Certification
H.B. Mattlin Middle School Students Partake in Starlab Experience
Mathletes Students Place in Top 20 in Nassau County Math Tournament
Students create “selfies” to portray their favorite characters in books
POBJFKHS Senior Jungmin Lee recently received an appointment from the U.S. Military Academy (USMA) at West Point
Former Student Sharon Lee Received a Perfect Score on Last Year’s AP Exam
Students Trace the Roots of Modern Music
H.B. Mattlin Middle School Hosts Career Day and Students Display Their Entrepreneurial Skills
Plainview-Old Bethpage School District Students Welcomed the Holidays by Building Gingerbread Man Crowns and Candy Houses
Local Elementary School Students Design and Play Yankee Doodle Dandy Renditions on Homemade Instruments
District Faculty Helps Gather Donations For Families in Need
High School Business Students Teach Financial Literacy to Middle School Students
Students from John F. Kennedy High School Connected with 15 Community Organizations During the First Annual Volunteer Fair
Plainview-Old Bethpage Students and Faculty “Pink-ify” the Campus, Sell Pink-Colored Goods for Breast Cancer Research and Honor Breast Cancer Survivor and Coach
Plainview-Old Bethpage Middle School Students Honor Veterans and Collect Donations to United Veterans Beacon House
John F. Kennedy High School Hosts Annual Business Competition for Long Island High School Students
Students at the Kindergarten Center Learn the History of Apple Cider And Make a Fresh Batch
Sixth Grader Harold Watkin-Fox to Attend “101 Pianists” Master Class and Performance
Students Receive Trophy For Reading More Books Over the Summer Than Any Other Elementary School
Plainview-Old Bethpage High School Students Recognized for Their Work On High School Publication
Committee Presents Report to Board of Education at September 29 Meeting
Plainview-Old Bethpage Nurses Recognized for their Commitment to Special Education Program
Twenty-three Plainview-Old Bethpage Students Selected for All-State Music Conference
Fifth Grade students get to know Mattlin Middle School staff and classmates
Plainview-Old Bethpage High School Delivers Unique September 11 Morning Announcements
The Students are Three of Just Twenty Winners Across Long Island
Residents Encouraged to Attend Forum to Discuss Upcoming Bond Referendum
Advisory Committee Reviews Infrastructure Needs with District’s Architectural Firm
Beautiful Work Up at Mattlin Middle School
Valuable Program Gives Students a Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Job Market
B&G Day is Celebrated at the Plainview-Old Bethpage School District
By Approving our Proposed 2014-15 Budget, You Made a Powerful Statement
Five Students Win Awards -- More Than Any Other District
Reva Butensky and Nicolette Almer are POBJFKHS' valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, for the Class of 2014.
Felix Pitre Leads Workshop for Students and Teachers
Essay focused on Diversity on Long Island
Will move on to state tournament in Albany later this month
Exclusive award recognizes academic excellence, as well as a commitment to community.
Our teams take second and third place, earn over $7,500 in prize money
Team Will Head to National Competition in St. Louis Later This Month
Hannah Stewart Honored for Research
Theater Performance Depicts Popular Children’s Movie
Students Enhance Technology and Writing Skills
Our students shine at the STEM-based collaborative contest
Ginger Lieberman receives the School Board Member Distinction Award at Nassau BOCES 2014 Education Partner Awards
Our music department receives a prestigious honor.
Our District's DECA Students Soar at Statewide Competition
Get a close-up look at award-winning art work of three POB students
Senators Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten E. Gillibrand Announced the Names of the Two New York Finalists for the USSYP, and One is a POBJFKHS Student.
On Sunday freshman wrestler, Peter Papas, won Plainview-Old Bethpage’s 1st wrestling County Championship since 1998. He will compete in the NYS tournament in 2 weeks, representing POB and Nassau County.
POB Student-Cheerleaders Excel in Regional Competition
Students Express their Visions & Ideas for World Peace.
Plainview-Old Bethpage fifth graders learn about economic basics from high school peers
HAWK Program to help students develop exemplary social skills
Pasadena Elementary Students Complete 26 miles as a School
Zachary Zeises and Alix Katz Selected as October Winners
Students to Perform on Friday, November 22 and Saturday, November 23
JFK Music Students Perform in Annual Recital
DECA Students Host Fashion Show for Local Cause
District Hosts Event in Appreciation of Local Veterans
JFK High School Students Recognized for Academic Achievements
District Community Comes Together to Recognize "Coming Out Day"
Kindergarten Students Participate in Fall Apple Festival
Culinary Expert Visits John F. Kennedy High School
Students Perform and Raise Funds at Annual Business Event
John F. Kennedy High School Students Earn National Recognition
John F. Kennedy High School Marching Band Performs at Hofstra University
Wednesday, October 30, 4:00PM – 7:00PM, Mattlin Middle School
Jesse Hollander and Madalyn Fernbach Selected as September Winners
John F. Kennedy High School Students Attend Molloy College Summer Program
John F. Kennedy High School Student Earns National Recognition
POBJFK Student Amanda Hedgecock Honored for Excellence in Violin
Plainview Recognized for 8th Grade Transition and Peer Mentoring Program
New Teachers, Administrators Prepare for 2013-14 School Year
Poster Warns Young Adults About Dangers of Drinking And Driving
Italian and Spanish Honor Societies Collect Eyeglasses for the Needy
Special Needs Students Enhance, Re-Plant Memorial Garden
Alumni Teach Students How To Make It In College
Choirs Receive Accolades at “Music in the Parks” Competition
Gay Straight Alliance Takes a Stand Against Bullying
All Seven POBJFK Finalists Receive Medals for Top Performance
Kennedy Students Beat Northport Home Team to Take First Place in Law Competition
POB Students Prepare Meals for Hospitalized Children
Second-Grade Students Learn Proper Hand-Washing Techniques
POB Students Earn Best in Show at
Long Island Media Arts Show
Local Professionals Help Students with Career Decisions
Innovative Course Prepares Students for Careers in Healthcare
School-Based Enterprise Prepares Students for Life after Graduation
Community Enterprises Recognized for Dedication to Special Needs Students
POBJFK’s Rachel Geyer Recognized for Spanish Language Excellence
Nicholas Laiosa Honored for Excellence on the Field and in the Classroom
Two Outstanding Students Receive Top Honors
Brooke Holman Honored For Exceptional Artwork
POBJFK Varsity and JV Lacrosse to Raise Funds for HEADstrong Foundation
Gymnast-Inspired Paintings Featured at Nassau County Championship
Plainview Students Win Third Place,
Engineering Inspiration Award
Top Student-Artists Participate in ‘High Arts Showcase’
Plainview-Old Bethpage School District Board Member Ginger Lieberman Brings Call to Action at Legislative Breakfast
High School Students Perform in Puppet Show for Elementary School
Encourages Parents, Students to Read Together
Plainview-Old Bethpage Students Display Artwork at Color Pencil Extravaganza
Parkway Elementary Donates Books to Long Beach School Affected by Sandy
Plainview-Old Bethpage Stratford Road Elementary School Students “Adopt” a Soldier
French Students Film Through Hurricane Sandy
High School Museum Honors Local Heroes in Military, Journalism and Emergency Services
Plainview Old-Bethpage Parkway Elementary School Students Perform Wizard of Oz
Pasadena Fourth Graders Perform in Winter Concert
Senator Speaks to Students about Government and Education
Twenty-two of our fourth grade Project Challenge students engaged in a live interactive video conference using Skype called, "Moon, Mars, and Beyond."
New York State Regent Tours Schools and Reads to Children
U.S. Congressman Discusses Ideas for Collaboration with District
Bethpage Lions Donate Dictionaries to Plainview Elementary Schools
Two Plainview Students Advance in National Competition
Plainview Students Heather Fitzpatrick and Danny Breenan Recognized for Outstanding Ability and Leadership
Plainview Student Orchestra Wins First Place for Consecutive Year
Plainview Middle School Students Get a Head Start on Financial Literacy
Students Recognized for Continued Efforts in Engineering
POBJFK Student Adrian Kim Recognized for Outstanding Work in Visual Arts
John F. Kennedy High School Students Earn National Recognition
Choral Students Train and Perform with Voice Coach and Soloist Ron Meixsell
Kindergarten Students Prepare for the 2012-2013 School Year
John F. Kennedy High School Juniors, Seniors Recognized as Semifinalists
Plainview Students Recognized for Outstanding Artistic, Academic Accomplishments
Plainview Students Acknowledged for Superior Musical Talent
Four John F. Kennedy High School Students Earn National Recognition
New Teachers, Administrators Prepare for 2012-13 School Year
Plainview-Old Bethpage Students Participate in Healthy Words Spelling Bee
Students Decorate Schoolyard for End of Year Event
Recent Graduates Return To Lead Panel Discussions about College Life
Student Ensembles Demonstrate their Musical Talents at Hofstra University
Faculty Members Present PRIDE Awards
Plainview-Old Bethpage Student Wins “Rising Star Leadership Award”
John F. Kennedy Student Honored for Academic, Athletic Achievements
Plainview Student among Only 2,500 Scholarship Recipients Nationwide
John F. Kennedy Boys Volleyball Coach Joins Legendary Sports Personalities at Annual “Salute to Champions” Awards Dinner
Students Earn Prestigious Recognition for Research on Soil Quality
JFK DECA Students Declared Finalists in National Competition
Students, Seniors Enjoy Hawaiian-Themed Event
Physics Students Use Mental Math to Answer ‘Fermi Questions’
Students Present Research Projects at Stony Brook University
Students Perform for Panel, Meet Famous Musicians
POBJFK’s Roshni Sethi Earns National Recognition in Prestigious DuPont Challenge
Dr. Lorna Lewis, Current Superintendent of East Williston UFSD, Chosen for Position
Students Proudly Display a Variety of Projects to Their Families
Students Create Unique Displays to Represent Diverse Cultures
PTA-Sponsored Event Collects Over 40 Pints of Blood Donations
JFKHS Italian Classes Converse with Students in Italy via Skype
Administration Holds Academic, Financial and Social Workshops for Parents
Students Enjoy an Unusual Musical Collaboration
Sculpture Students Discuss Artistic Trends with Local Professional
Guests to Sample Local Soups from Student-Made Clay Bowls
Industry Leaders Honor 40 Years of Student Radio Station
Plainview-Old Bethpage School District Debuts New Electric School Bus
‘High School 101’ Prepares Middle School Students for Transition
Andrea Davis Pinkney, the New York Times bestselling and award-winning author, visited Parkway Elementary School on January 30.
Tri-M Honor Society Performs at Suffolk YMCA
H.B. Mattlin Middle School Students Send Heartfelt Messages to US Armed Forces
Brianna Bolletieri and Derek Schear awarded by the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
Pasadena students celebrate the Chinese New Year with traditional batons and streamers.