Superintendent Highlights

  • March 22, 2019

    Our English as a New Language (ENL) Department recently held a Celebration of Diversity for the students and families serviced by the department. Everyone enjoyed a fun evening of various activities at the celebration such as face painting, storytelling, poetry recitation and singing. In fact, one of our elementary school students commented to his teacher that, "The best part was that I got to meet students from different schools."

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  • March 15, 2019

    Ellie Becker and her team have really made their mark in the hearts of all of us as they continue to provide amazing opportunities for our special population of students participating in Challenger Basketball. The team played their second game of the 2019 season against rival team South Huntington on Thursday, March 7th. Cheered on by a gym full of parents, friends, staff and family, the team showed off their skills which they have been practicing since February.

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  • March 8, 2019

    Serve. Lead. Inspire. Fourth graders at Judy Jacobs - Parkway School began the process of electing representatives for their first Student Council with this inspired message. All fourth grade students were invited to submit an application for candidacy. Elementary Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Stephanie Zeidner, shared the expectations and responsibilities that come with being a student body representative and leader. Students delivered campaign speeches to their peers highlighting the qualities that would make them the best candidate to represent their class.

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  • March 1, 2019

    The opening days of the spring semester bring the annual Sophomore College Tour organized by JFKHS Counselor, Jason Miller. Our enthusiastic chaperones included Mr. Jacobson (Art), Mr. Lasher (HS Counselor), Mrs. O’Donnell (Research), Mr. DeSimone (Science), and the Director of Guidance, Ms. Lynn. This year, 47 sophomores visited the Boston area during record-breaking cold weather, but their spirits were warmed by the welcome they received.

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