Glen Cove High School senior Danny Casale has won another major media art show. This time, Casale took first place in the annual LIU Post Student Film/Video Festival, a show he also won last year when fellow classmate Shalyn Cabaroy took second place.
“Danny continues to help show that Glen Cove High School and GCTV is a force to reckon with in the Educational Television Production business,” said Chris Barry, media communications teacher. “Our name is consistently on top. I’m so proud of him. To my recollection, I don’t
recall any student winning this festival back-to-back and I’ve been going with our students for at least 10 years now.”
Longtime volunteers Laura Gay and Jean Simensky of Locust Valley will be honored at SCO Family of Services’ annual Fashion Show at Nassau Country Club in Glen Cove on May 7.
Gay is a real estate agent with Daniel Gale in East Norwich and lives in Locust Valley with her husband, Jim. They have two grown children. Gay has been a member of the SCO Fashion Show Committee for 17 years and has volunteered at other SCO events. She also
bakes cupcakes on Halloween and apple pies on Thanksgiving for the holiday dinners served to children with developmental disabilities at SCO’s Robert J. McMahon Children’s Center in Sea Cliff.
The Glen Cove High School chapter of DECA (Distributive Education Club of America) once again delivered an impressive showing at the annual New York DECA State Career Conference and Competition in Rochester.
Nearly 2,000 students from across the state participated in various competitions in business, marketing, and entrepreneurship, with the Glen Cove chapter taking home numerous awards.
Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club held its Annual Club Closet Tag Sale in April, which was a huge success, thanks to the support of the community.
Now in its 30th year, the tag sale is truly a neighborhood driven event with a community of donors, volunteers and shoppers working together to make this a successful event year after year for the children of the Glen Cove.
Fifteen students in grades 6-8 at Robert M. Finley Middle School in Glen Cove competed in last month’s Nassau County Science Olympiad, held at Port Washington’s Weber Middle School. The Finley students competed in 11 separate events ranging from science crime busters to the weight-bearing Boomilever. The team of Ryan Telese and Joseph Yee won the bronze medal in the wheeled vehicle event, and Amanda Ieraci and Monika Jagustyn combined to place sixth in the Boomilever competition.
Students worked for two months after school in preparation for this Olympic–style marathon day of science that welcomed close to 50 teams from throughout Nassau. Finley Middle School Science Olympiad adviser and science teacher Jeff Eisele would like to congratulate all of the school’s participants on a job well done.
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