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February 2, 2001

  • NEWS: School Board Beefs Up Security at High School

    The hiring of two additional security guards was approved by the Glen Cove Board of Education during their Jan. 29 regular meeting. Another two security guards will be hired for the next school year. A request submitted to the board by the head of school district security, Don Schutt, included the hiring of four security guards, the installation of a closed-circuit television system at the high school and CPR/first aid training for all security personnel. The additional guards will be immediately hired thus creating a second level of supervision at the high school and middle school, enabling Mr. Schutt to have coverage when he is called to an emergency in any of the district's buildings. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Former Member Bends School Board's Ear

    A long and varied public comment period was rendered at the North Shore school board meeting on Monday, Jan. 29. A long statement was read by Glen Head resident, and former school board member, Bill Mozer about the noise from the Glenwood Landing School bus depot. When in reverse, school buses have a loud warning beep and the noise from this as well as the bus engines themselves is a constant irritant for the homeowners who live near the Glenwood School. It seems that the problem has persisted over the last several months. Mr. Mozer cited times as early as 6:15 a.m. on school days and as late as 11:15 p.m. on weekends when the neighborhood is disturbed by the buses. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Boy Scouts Race in Pinewood Derby

    Racecars were zooming on Saturday, Jan. 13 as the Boy Scouts once again hosted their Pinewood Derby. Scouts from the Weeblos, Tiger, Bear and Wolf Packs honed their cars from blocks of wood, with the winning entries selected by City Court Judge Richard McCord. Judge McCord stated, "It is my honor to work with the Boy Scouts and these boys who have created wonderful race cars. The care and effort each boy put into his car is evident." FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The Indoor Track team ran at Farmingdale on Friday, January 26th. The competition for Glen Cove was all the Nassau County Class B teams - a preview of the Nassau County "B" Championships to be held on February 11th. Running the 55meter dash was Rich Tarver who had a 6.8 in the trials and a 6.8 in the finals. Also running the 55meter dash was Matt Lindenbaum (7.4), Ridge Beale (7.3), Tony Condello (7.5), Jason Lindenbaum (7.4), Akia Dean (8.0) and Nicole Trotta (8.9). Running in the 55m High Hurdles for the first time ever was Alexandra Ravener who had a fast 11.7. Lucia Son also ran the 55m HH but fell after the second hurdle. Running in the 800meter (half mile) run was Italo Naves (2:29.4) and Allen Shin (2.28.1). For the girls, Liz Beisler ran a fast 2:56.9 in her fastest race of the year. The 4x200 meter had three teams entered. The boys A team was Rich Tarver (26), Jason Lindenbaum (27), Dan Bellissimo (27) and Ridge Beale (27). The team time was 1:46.5. The B team saw Tony Condello (27), Steve Filippone (31), Italo Naves (31) and Miguel Quinones (29) run a 1:58.1. For the girls the team of Akia Dean (29), Jasmine Thompson (36), Diana Kim (32) and Kristine Anzalone (34) ran a team time of 2:11.9. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: School Board - Reality Check and Impeachment?
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