North Shore BOE Adopts 2005-2006 Budget
At the April 7 meeting, the North Shore Board of Trustees adopted a budget with a 5.992 percent increase over last year's contingency budget. The initial proposed budget for 2005-2006 had totaled $70,988,627, but after Superintendent Dr. Ed Melnick removed $1,679,406, and the trustees removed $649,275, the adopted budget amount is $68,659,946.
GCHS Students Honored at City Council Meeting
Before beginning the regular segment of the Glen Cove City Council meeting of Tuesday, April 12, Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp took the opportunity to recognize a number of Glen Cove High students for exemplary accomplishments in the fields of science, academics and sports.
North Shore High School Viking Sports
The Vikings scored this week with offense, defense and broken records. They exploded for 25 runs and 21 hits in a conference crossover game against Great Neck South. Fourteen different players had gotten hits; leading the way were John Mulder and Steven Heimer who combined to go 6 for 8 with 5 extra base hits and 7 runs batted in. Billy Melillo threw a perfect game through four innings, ended up striking out six, and allowed three hits in five innings before the game was finally called due to darkness. The final score was 25-3.
Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports
Big Red baseball is here once again with Glen Cove's Boys of Spring jumping out to three consecutive wins. Opening the season against the Falcons of Locust Valley, the Big Red registered a 7 - 4 victory. Leading the way with the hitting was returning third baseman Tom O'Rourke with two hits and two runs batted in. Also Bruce Testa, Garrett Landry and Anthony Bellock chipped in with hits. Picking up the pitching victory was senior Kevin Moralas going five and one-third innings, giving up two hits and recording eight strikeouts.
Thank You Again Glen Cove