North Shore High School Senior Amy Seng Named Intel Semifinalist
North Shore High School senior Amy Seng has been named a semifinalist in the prestigious Intel, (formerly Westinghouse), Science Competition. She is one of only 300 students across the nation to be so honored.
Alliance Rallies to Blockade Ferry
The line has been drawn in the sand. On one side, the Alliance Against the Ferry. On the other, the City of Glen Cove. On Jan. 11, a crowded Sea Cliff Elementary School was the site of a rally sponsored by the Alliance Against the Ferry, a four-week-old group whose mission is to stop the arrival of a high-speed ferry service from Glen Cove to New London, Martha's Vineyard and, perhaps, Manhattan. The Alliance Against the Ferry, (AAF), has brought together north shore residents, environmental activists whose track record includes closing incinerators and stopping supermarkets on Hempstead Harbor's shores, and former political leaders. The AAF has organized into committees-- legal, fund raising, communications, research, data base management, political action and public events---all geared to stop the Glen Cove ferry.
Two North Shore Athletes Honored
Two North Shore High School seniors, Amy Seng and Thomas Granieri, were honored as outstanding physical education students by the New York State Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance at a ceremony in December at the Milleridge Cottage. To be eligible, the students must have an "A" average in physical education, demonstrate leadership and community service, and be in good academic standing.
Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports
With the holidays over and the new year upon us, the Big Red opened their Conference season against the Gladiators of New Hyde Park with a tough 67-62 win. Glen Cove is seeded #1 by the coaches so you can be sure every team will be up for the Big Red.
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