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  • NY Islanders Lead School Assembly at Kennedy

    With help from volunteers in the audience, representatives from the Islanders stressed the importance of eating healthy, staying active, and treating others with respect.

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  • Saddle Rock STEM Night

    Fourth and fifth graders applied their science, technology, math, and engineering skills at 12 fun activity stations during this family event.

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  • Safety Assembly at Parkville School

    School social worker Ms. Tsonis was joined by Nassau County POP Officers to teach young students what to do if they are approached by a stranger.

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  • North Middle Spelling Bee

    On Jan. 8, 42 students from North Middle School competed in the school's annual spelling bee. Congratulations to the school's spelling bee champion, Ari Kashanian!

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  • GNPS Launches New Elementary Robotics Enrichment Program

    Through the creation of five new FIRST LEGO League teams, more than 50 elementary students across the district are applying STEM and problem-solving skills through hands-on engineering activities and will participate in FIRST LEGO League competitions.

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  • Fifth Graders at Lakeville Present Ancient Civilizations Wax Museum

    Ms. DuVoisin's fifth-grade class at Lakeville presented an Ancient Civilizations Wax Museum, where parents and fellow fifth graders were invited to step back in time to learn more about the Incan, Aztec, and Mayan civilizations.

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  • North High Hosts Mental Health & Wellness Week

    North High hosted its third annual Mental Health and Wellness Week from Dec. 9 through Dec. 13, with daily announcements, guest speakers, student-led performances, and a special evening presentation for parents.

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  • Young Peoples Concert Continues to Grow and Inspire

    North High presented the 29th annual Young Peoples Concert for an audience of elementary and middle school students on Dec. 17. This program featured performances by high school instrumental and vocal musicians, in an effort to encourage younger students to pursue their musical interests throughout their K-12 school careers.

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