North Shore Proposed Budget Seeks to Maintain Current Standards
At the North Shore School Board meeting on Thursday, March 31, the board of trustees disputed inaccurate claims from a recent Newsday article (addressed by Superintendent Dr. Ed Melnick in his column in the Record Pilot) and settled on a budget with a 5.99 percent budget-to-budget increase from last year's contingency budget.
Dr. Cichelli Presents a salaries and benefits budget
A group of no more than 25 people was present at the Glen Cove Board of Education meeting Monday, April 4 to hear Interim Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jerry Cichelli present an overview of the proposed 2005-2006 school budget. The current proposed budget, which is still a working document, stands at $57,997,299, an increase of $3,695,934 over last year's budget, or a 6.8 percent budget to budget increase. The tax levy increase has not yet been formulated, but the amount to be funded through taxes is a proposed $48,195,077.
Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports
Welcome to the 2005 softball season. Glen Cove has one of the best teams in the county this year and the underclassmen are outstanding athletes. The future looks strong and the program has been getting better and better every year.
North Shore High School Varsity Sports
The boys lacrosse team earned a come from behind victory over Clarke. After trailing 9-7 with 8:20 remaining, the Vikings rallied with four goals to take the win. Dan Scarola and Joe Nakashian scored the team's first two goals of the fourth quarter to tie the score at 9. Joe Valasiadis scored two of his five goals in the last 2:36 seconds to finish off the Rams. Scarola finished the day with 2 goals and 2 assists, while Matt Brancaccio and Ron Irving had 1 goal apiece. Dan Grande recorded his first varsity goal in the first quarter. The team's record now stands at 2-0.
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