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From Jan. 27 through Feb. 2, Our Lady of Peace School in Lynbrook and St. Raymond’s Parochial School in East Rockaway rang in Catholic Schools Week, an annual celebration of Catholic school elementary education. more
Steve Freifeld said he was in “total shock” when he walked into the Lynbrook High School auditorium for the Feb. 7 Founders Day celebration, hosted by the Lynbrook Council of PTAs, and saw his friends, family members and former students applauding him. The Marion Street PTA was giving Freifeld its highest honor — awarded only three other times by the PTA. more
The East Rockaway School District is seeking public comment on its proposed 15-year, nearly $30.5 million bond, which Board of Education members and district officials presented at a facilities forum on Jan. 29. more
Emma Lenz knew that she wanted to combine her love of art with her passion for history in her Girl Scout Gold Award project. The best way to do that, she decided, was to write a children's book. more
Lynbrook and East Rockaway village officials are pushing back against Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal to slash state aid to villages. The plan was included in Cuomo’s 2019-20 budget, proposed on … more
Two Lynbrook High School seniors were named last week among 300 semifinalists in the 2019 Regeneron Science Talent Searcj, one of the nation’s most prestigious science research contests. more
Whether it’s a play, a concert, a game or any other outing, it’s common to spot Lynbrook Board of Education Trustee Alicemarie Bresnihan at school district events. And she is not slowing down as she enters her 44th year as a board member, making her one of the longest-tenured trustees in the state. more
Editor’s note: The following was sent to the Lynbrook/East Rockaway Editor from Lynbrook Village Trustee Robert Boccio in response to a letter sent to the Herald in December. more
Juliana Condoleo, 17, and Kaylie Hausknecht, 17, were selected as scholars in the Regeneron Science Talent Search competition. more
For the third consecutive year, second-graders from the William L. Buck School traveled to the Atria Lynbrook to get more than 100 residents in the holiday spirit on Dec. 20. more
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