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January 13, 2006

  • News: Glen Cove BOE Introduces Cure for Senioritis

    The yearlong program allows seniors to select a career, hobby or vocation of special interest to them, research, explore and study it for the first half of the year under the auspices of an English teacher in their English 12 class, and spend the second half of the year working in an internship, seeing how the project converts to real life. A mentor (a school district employee) assigned to each student will help keep the student on task, be sure the work is progressing and help the student with any problems. At the end of the program, the student will make a presentation to his or her peers. Dr. Shari Cahmi, assistant superintendent for curriculum, instruction and technology, said the program is an opportunity for seniors to work on something they enjoy and improve journal writing, time management and research skills. Focus will also be on making professional connections and learning how to conduct oneself in the professional world. "Anything is possible," Dr. Cahmi said, "Whether a student has an interest in yoga, psychology, autos or teaching ... there is no area of interest we can't accommodate." FULL STORY

  • News: Mayor Suozzi Names Interim Appointees at City Council Meeting

    Once again, the Glen Cove City Council meeting was packed on Jan. 10 as Mayor Ralph Suozzi presided over the first full meeting since taking office. As it turned out, most of the crowd was there to honor their friend Adam Levine, long time Glen Cove resident, who was to receive a commendation from the mayor and council for his superb a cappella rendition of The Star Spangled Banner at Mayor Suozzi's inauguration. After receiving his citation and an ovation from the crowd, Mr. Levine led the assemblage in the Pledge of Allegiance, after which much of the room cleared out, as Adam and friends headed to his home for a party to celebrate the honor. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The year 2006 has just begun, but so far it's been a good one for Glen Cove High School senior Jamie Downer. Jamie, an outstanding athlete and scholar, recently signed a letter of intent with SUNY Stony Brook, which provides her with a full scholarship to the university and enables her to compete on the school's softball team. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Viking Sports

    On Thursday, Jan. 5, the Varsity Lady Viking gymnasts traveled to Garden City for their first league meet of the season. The North Shore Gymnasts scored a team total of 133 points defeating Garden City's team total of 107.4 points. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Letters to the Editor
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