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Repeating its opposition to a Raymour & Flanigan warehouse receiving a 10-year PILOT plan from the Town of Hempstead Industrial Development Agency, the Lawrence School District Board of Education voted on Feb. 3 to oppose the 20-year plan requested by JFK Logistics Center LLC. more
While Nassau County has passed legislation to cut down on the sale of electronic cigarettes, school districts are still trying to find the best methods to discourage students from vaping. more
The Hewlett-Woodmere School District is investigating an anti-Semitic incident that reportedly occurred at an event involving the Woodmere Middle School robotics team.  more
With his half century of post-secondary educational experience, Lawrence Board of Education Trustee Michael Hatten has tossed his figurative hat into the ring to run for a seat on the Nassau BOCES board with the unanimous approval of his colleagues. more
Atlantic Beach resident Remy Mollo was named to the fall semester dean’s list at Seton Hall University. more
Twenty-five students, 19 acts and one DJ, along with the Lawrence Elementary School faculty and the Parent Teacher Association collaborated on bringing the third annual LES Got Talent to fruition in the Broadway Campus auditorium on Jan. 31. more
Lawrence Woodmere Academy senior and Broadway star Andrew Barth Feldman will host a charity show at the school that will honor his late mother. more
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp, Rambam Mesivta High School in Lawrence hosted a Jewish studies scholar who discussed the Holocaust from an editorial perspective. more
The Lawrence School District is moving ahead with plans to acquire an occupied home at 287 Mott Ave. in Inwood by right of eminent domain in order to build a new playground on the Number Two School campus for students at the Lawrence Primary School.     more
The Hebrew Academy of Long Beach, which encompasses the Lev Chana Early Childhood Center in Hewlett Bay Park, the elementary school in Woodmere, and its two high schools — David Renov Stahler Yeshiva for Boys, also in Woodmere, and Stella K. Abraham for Girls, also in Hewlett Bay Park — is working toward full accreditation by the New York State Association of Independent Schools. more
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