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NOVEMBER 17, 2006

  • News: Auxiliary Police Ranks Among Glen Cove's Finest

    Glen Cove City Hall's main chamber was a sea of crisp blue uniforms, white gloves, shined shoes and polished badges at the city council meeting of Tuesday, Nov. 14, when Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi and members of the City Council honored the men and women of the Glen Cove Auxiliary Police. FULL STORY

  • News: Tripod Project Aims to Give Students a Leg Up

    At the Glen Cove Board of Education special meeting of Nov. 6, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Larry Aronstein made a presentation to the board, which was then approved, on an educational program called the Tripod Project. The symbolic tripod represents three aspects of learning: content, pedagogy and relationships, acknowledging that teachers need to understand what they are teaching (content knowledge); they need multiple effective ways of communicating the material to students (pedagogy) and they need to relate to students (relationships) in ways that motivate and enable them. The Tripod Project aims to strengthen all three legs of the tripod in ways that raise achievement for all students, while narrowing achievement gaps between racial and ethnic groups. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Soccerfest - Great Event Closes Great Season

    On Saturday, Nov. 4, the Glen Cove Junior Soccer League ended its season with another great Soccerfest. It was a chilly but dry fall day, perfect conditions for this very popular tournament. The games started at 8:30 a.m. and the final match ended just around 5 p.m. Those who came out to brave the cold were rewarded with many exciting games played by the young soccer stars of Glen Cove. FULL STORY

  • Sports: GCHS Seniors Win Triathlon Over Teachers

    The CAUSE (Community Action Using Student Empowerment) class, a collaboration between Glen Cove High School and Glen Cove Youth Bureau, held its first fundraiser on Thursday, Nov. 2. The Senior-Teacher Triathlon took place in the Glen Cove High School gymnasium as a benefit for the Ronald McDonald House to help children fighting cancer. The Triathlon involved three sports: volleyball, pin soccer, and team handball. Reno Discala, Dan Cavallo, Harvey Nedbor-Gross and Kerry Catanzano were the volunteer referees for the event. FULL STORY

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