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Pat Christy started teaching in upstate New York in September 1948, with a starting salary of $2,400 a year. Later, she said, she moved closer to her friends and family on Long Island to teach phys. … more
The Kiwanis Club of Merrick gave special praise to one graduating senior from each of the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District schools. The May 14 dinner was the club’s 52nd annual Student … more
For the second straight year, the North Merrick Board of Education election — in which two newcomers, an appointed trustee, a past trustee and the board’s president faced off — was divisive. … more
Fifteen-year-old Nicholas Carrano is heading back to elementary school. This time, however, Carrano will return to Park Avenue Elementary School as a Boy … more
Nearly three years have passed, but the Nassau County Back Bays Coastal Storm Risk Management Feasibility Study to examine, in part, if storm gates can be installed at the Jones and East Rockaway inlets, will require more time, according to Scott Sanderson, section chief of coastal planning for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District. more
Regardless of what Mark Steinberg taught in his science classes, he hopes his students left with a lasting, positive feeling. He affectionately refers to his classroom as “Steinberg’s World,” … more
Susan Ellinghaus, principal of the Meadowbrook Alternative Program in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District, was recently lauded as one of the most devoted supporters of public education … more
For the second year in a row, the Harold D. Fayette School’s front lawn is blanketed in red, white and blue. Now an annual event, the North Merrick School District hosted a Field of Flags on … more
During their May meeting, the Merrick Board of Education and administration honored the district’s nine students who were selected for this year’s Nassau County All-County Art Exhibit held at … more
State Sen. John Brooks recently sponsored a bill that could reshape the way Long Island’s public schools are funded. more
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