The Class of 2002 - Honors and Awards
An overview of the Great Neck Public Schools Class of 2002 reveals 532 graduates from our three high schools: 250 from North, 270 from South, and 12 from the Village School. Approximately 95 percent of the graduates will pursue higher education in either four- or two-year colleges. The remainder historically seek employment or vocational training, or join the Armed Services.
Into the Heart of the Plume: Money Matters
The request from the State Department of Environmental Conservation and Lockheed Martin Corporation to install an extraction well on school district property at the South complex in the maintenance yard was officially heard by the trustees of the school board on June 20. Board members asked extensive questions relating to the safety and details of such a project and heard members of the community speak to the proposal. (See GN Record, June 20, Cleaning Up the Plume From the Old Defense Plant for background.)
Great Neck North Juniors Snare Division Awards
Two Great Neck North juniors, Andrew Phillips and Sam Scanlan were recently named as All Division Varsity Baseball selections for Nassau County. The team, the Great Neck North Blazers, was coached by Scott Bersin and Phil Kavanaugh. The awards were presented at a dinner at the Coral House in Baldwin on June 5.
North Track Excels: Emrani Is Third at States
Junior Dustin Emrani placed third in the class B section of the NY State Track and Field Championships held in Rochester, NY June 8 and 9. Emrani was clocked in at a time of 1:57.26. Emrani made his second trip to the state meet this year. He also won a trip in the indoor meet held at Syracuse University in the 1000 meter run.
For the Class of 2002