On a beautiful September morning, thousands of students, faculty, parents, and community members enthusiastically lined up to kick-off the 9th Annual North Shore Schools Homecoming Parade at Glenwood Landing School. Leading the parade was the American Legion Glenwood Landing Post 336 followed by the North Shore Cheerleading team, NSHS Drum Line directed by David Soto, the Board of Education including Superintendent Dr. Edward Melnick, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction Rob Chlebicki, and Assistant Superintendent for Business Olivia Buatsi, the Booster Club, the Viking Foundation, various parent organizations, and the Glenwood Landing Fire Department, just to name a few.
On Sept. 3, Sea Cliff Principal Chris Zublionis along with the Sea Cliff PCA, welcomed the new kindergarteners and their families to the annual Playground and Popsicles event. Because of rain, the children and their families met in the Sea Cliff cafeteria to greet new friends and their teachers. While parents mingled with one another, Kris Rice led the children in songs.
While the weather was gloomy outside, spirits inside were high, as everyone sang songs, ate Popsicles and enjoyed indoor activities. The Sea Cliff PCA organized the event, which was appreciated by new and returning families and their children in the community.
Glen Cove High School Honors Student and National Honor Society member Blake Woods recently completed the competitive MythOlympics science technology and engineering summer program sponsored by ALCOA (Aluminum Company Of America), which he attended at Clarkson University. MythOlympics is a competitive scholarship-based program open to high-achieving students interested in pursuing academic careers in STEM (science technology engineering and math) fields.
At the Sept. 12 North Shore Board of Education meeting, trustees unanimously approved a $19.6 million Infrastructure Bond Referendum for the long-term financing of projects related to the health and safety of the students, faculty and staff. The average home owner will see no increase in their property taxes as a result of the proposed bond, since payments of the 2013-14 Infrastructure Bond will be phased in as older bonds are phased out and paid off.
Trustee Russo stated, “The bond will help keep the tax levy stable.”
The North Shore School District will hold a special Homecoming & Carnival Celebration, Saturday, Sept. 28, to celebrate the accomplishments of their students. All community members and alumni are invited. It will include a parade, inflatables, live music, carnival games, prizes, face painting, popcorn, a Viking game, and more. The rain date will be Saturday, Oct. 12.
The athletic events begin at 9 a.m., followed by the homecoming parade at 10 a.m., which starts at Glenwood Landing Elementary School. The carnival at North Shore High School will run from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., and will include live musical entertainment. Entrance to the carnival is $7.50 advance, $10 at the door. The pregame show begins at 1 p.m. at North Shore High School Stadium Field, and the Vikings varsity football game vs. Valley Stream North starts at 1:30 p.m. Visit www.northshoreschools.org for the entire Vikings athletics homecoming schedule or www.northshoreartsangels.org to purchase carnival bracelets. Stop by The Viking Foundation tent, and please note that free shuttle-bus service will be available to and from each elementary school main entrance to and from the high school main entrance between 8:45 a.m. and 5 p.m.
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