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Hewlett-Woodmere School District’s Central Council PTA raised more than $1,000 through its “Stronger Together” fundraiser, a first of its kind for the PTA, that sold a unique collection of clothing items for children and adults that celebrated the strength of the Hewlett-Woodmere community. more
As Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High School wraps up first semester, students and faculty are so grateful to have been learning in person, uninterrupted. more
Hewlett-Woodmere School District began winter break after school on Dec. 18. Students and faculty eagerly awaited their well-deserved rest from virtual learning, but for Hewlett High School students, … more
Lawrence School District officials said that the State Education Department has allowed the kosher food distribution program that provides up to 21,000 households with food every Wednesday was extended another week, Jan. 20, while the SED awaits data from the school district. The program is a partnership between the Lawrence School District and Lawrence-based Elite Caterers. more
Battling an autoimmune disease, not being able to use the school laboratory and worrying about contacting enough people to complete a survey were the individual obstacles that a trio of Five Towns students faced in completing the projects that led them to be named semifinalists in the prestigious 2021 Regeneron Science Talent Search. more
Hewlett High School seniors Alex Breslav and Alicia Hsu, and Priva Halpert, a senior from Stella K. Abraham High School in Hewlett Bay Park were named semifinalists in the prestigious Regeneron Science Talent Search for 2021.    more
Congregation Sons of Israel  in Woodmere was given a grant for more than $30,000 and the Five Towns Early Learning Center in Inwood was awarded roughly $14,500 through the CARES Act with the assistance of State Sen. Todd Kaminsky, a Democrat that represents the Five Towns.  more
As winter break begins, a new year approaches and the coronavirus pandemic continues, the Hewlett-Woodmere School District is rethinking the instruction of its more than 3,000 students in five schools. more
Though this year is unconventional, to say the least, Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway High School has been committed to sustaining its robust and wide array of clubs, teams and student activities. more
A Hewlett-Woodmere School District alumna and Board of Education trustee is stepping down from the board as she and her family embark on a move out of New York. After four years on the board, Trustee Daniella Simon submitted her resignation. Her family is moving to Florida in the new year.  more
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