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Seaford Schools Superintendent Dr. Adele Pecora may be from Massapequa, but she projects Seaford Pride. A thoroughgoing professional with nearly 30 years of experience, she has only the highest praise for the district and the community and communicates a determination to do well by both. more
Kimberly Mestizo swears she has time for sleep — “at least four or five hours a night,” she says. But it’s hard to imagine when. Among a lengthy list of activities, the 18-year-old MacArthur … more
Wantagh boys’ lacrosse began a new era this spring with high aspirations a season removed from reaching the doorstep of a championship. Longtime assistant coach James Polo took reigns of the … more
State Sen. John Brooks joined Town of Hempstead Supervisor Laura Gillen last week to outline a proposal that would give certain active-duty service personnel a break from property taxes. Speaking on … more
When the students at Mandalay Elementary School started running last fall, they expected to arrive in Hollywood by mid-spring. But they took on the project with such commitment and covered the 2,830 … more
“I like education,” Anthony Cedrone, the Wantagh School District’s newly appointed assistant superintendent for business, said of his work in public schools. “I like being a … more
Just one week after the Wantagh School District’s preliminary 2019-20 draft budget was presented to the board of education in the first preliminary budget forum, the second forum revealed some … more
Fifth-graders from Denise Allan’s Wantagh Elementary School class and Maria Brown’s Mandalay Elementary School class learned about historical figures during their Writers Workshop … more
For 9-year-old Wantagh third-grader Molly Murray, the brown paper bag in which she carries a snack to school every day is more than just storage. “It makes me get out of bed sometimes,” Molly … more
Eleven is an age that is often marked by change. Not quite children and not yet teenagers, many at this age begin to look around themselves and to reach out into the world. No group of sixth-graders … more
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