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Stimulated by a required coding class in ninth grade, students at Midreshevet Shalhevet High School for Girls in North Woodmere have taken to the school’s science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, program, enthusiastically diving into a field typically populated mostly by their male peers. more
After Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns High School students returned on Jan. 28 from a well-deserved vacation the second semester began with a bang. more
“Gung hay fat choy,” the Cantonese phrase that literally translates to “wishing you great happiness and prosperity,” is a standard way of saying Happy New Year in China. more
More than 100 kindergartners, first- and second-graders attending the Lawrence Primary School at the Number Two School are receiving a hands-on, interactive introduction to Cub Scouting. more
Nearly $13 million in federal money was awarded to the Lawrence School District for building repairs that occurred when Hurricane Sandy ripped through the East Coast on Oct. 29, 2012. more
There were 23 acts including 28 students who sang, danced or played a musical instrument at the second annual Lawrence Elementary School “The LES Got Talent” show in the Lawrence High School auditorium on Feb. 1. more
Hewlett High School’s Virtual Enterprise program has two virtual businesses this school year and both — Comforting Canines and Natural Atmosphere Promoting Relaxation — qualified for the Long Island Business Plan finals in Holbrook on Feb. 26. more
“Ten years! Ten years!” Jeremy Piven’s character Paul Spericki screams as he and high school pal Martin Blank (John Cusack) drove through their hometown in the 1997 movie “Grosse Pointe Blank” that revolves around, you guessed it, a 10-year reunion. more
Lawrence Elementary School in Lawrence was named an Honorable Mention School of Character by the Academy for Character Education in The Sage Colleges, from upstate Troy, in partnership with Character.org. more
As a child, you are told that there is no place safer than school. A haven where administrators and teachers work to create a comfortable setting to foster the social, emotional, and intellectual development of students is now deemed a threatening environment. more
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