Glen Cove BOE Hears Reports on Drug Use and NCLB Part II
In a newly instituted Teacher of the Month program, the Glen Cove Administration and Board of Education presented plaques and praise to two Glen Cove teachers at the board of education meeting on Monday, Nov. 18. In addition to receiving a plaque of their own, the teachers will have their names emblazoned on a plaque that will hang in Thayer House for all to see. Come June, one teacher will be designated Teacher of the Year. Since it took some time to have the plaques made up, Mr. September and Ms. October shared the limelight at the ceremony extolling their longtime allegiance to the district of Glen Cove.
North Shore BOE Congratulates Assortment of Achievements
The North Shore Board of Education began the Nov. 18 meeting by recognizing the Women's Volleyball Team for winning the 2002 County Championship. Each member of the team was given a certificate of achievement by Superintendent Robert Root and a pen by Board President Julia Brennan.
Big Red Finishes Season with Two Victories
The Glen Cove Big Red Varsity football team won their last two games, finishing their season with four victories. On Saturday, Nov. 9, the team traveled to New Hyde Park to play the #5 preseason seed. The Big Red prevailed, winning a 14-9 cliffhanger. On Wednesday, Nov. 13, under the lights, Glen Cove played its first regular season game at City Stadium in over 30 years. The Big Red again came away victorious defeating Valley Stream North 36-16.
Play in the Ziggy Nedwick Golf Tournament
Last summer a group of guys up from Florida sitting around a table after playing in a charity golf outing sponsored by the Glen Cove's Hall of Fame Club in Glen Cove came up with a great idea. They initiated the Ziggy Nedwick Golf Tournament of Florida, and brought it to life during the first week of April, 2002. The tournament proved to be a rousing success and plans were immediately put in the works for the second annual Ziggy Nedwick Golf Tournament, again to be held in Florida.
A Special Thanksgiving
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