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Lynbrook senior Olivia Vuotto said she never thought about playing football, but jumped at the chance to become a kicker for the varsity team when head coach Stephen LoCicero approached her. Now she’s making history one kick at a time as the only girl to ever score points for the Owls on the gridiron. more
Long Island children of all abilities enjoyed some time in the spotlight on Aug. 29 with the help of Minute Masters, an organization created by two educators from Lynbrook that produces inclusive educational videos. more
Three former South Side High School soccer players and two coaches will be inducted into the Nassau County High School Athletics Hall of Fame on Sept. 29 at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury. more
A letter to the Rockville Centre Editor about the recent resignation of the girls' varsity soccer coach at South Side High School. more
The East Rockaway and Lynbrook school districts welcomed students back during the first day of school of the 2021-22 school year last week. more
The Lynbrook Owls commemorated the 20th anniversary of 9/11 with a day of reflection and remembrance on Saturday, which included the high school’s first varsity football game of the season. There was a patriotic theme throughout the festivities, which included a fundraiser that netted more than $2,500 for the Tunnel to Towers Foundation. more
Two former Hewlett High School athletes who made their mark in two sports will be inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame at a ceremony before the Bulldogs’ Homecoming game against Valley Stream North on Saturday. more
South Side High School’s girls’ soccer coaching saga took yet another turn on Monday when the Board of Education accepted the resignation of the team’s new coach, Jude Massillon, after just one week. In his resignation letter to the board, Massillon, who is Black, said he received numerous anonymous phone calls, many of which were “racially derogatory.” more
James DeTommaso was appointed assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction in the East Rockaway School District by the Board of Education and began his role on July 8. more
The shortage of school bus drivers in New York state that began nearly four years ago and that now stretches across the country has continued throughout, and been deepened by, the coronavirus pandemic. Five Towns school districts are concerned, and bus companies are aggressively recruiting drivers. more
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