Status of Waldbaum's Sale in Question
After calls to A&P representatives, the Record received a statement from Richard DeSanta, vice-president of A&P's corporate affairs: "I have no comment on this situation beyond the fact that according to our legal department we have a valid contract in place."
Report on NYS Math Standards
Presenting a very complicated, very important report on the new New York State Math Standards, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Terry Horowitz stated that, basically, the new standards are "very specific, very clear as to what they want students to be able to do." Speaking at the Nov. 14 Great Neck Public Schools Board of Education meeting, Ms. Horowitz explained how the standards have changed from the 1996 math standard and the 1998 core curriculum to the 2005 standard.
Nationally Ranked Fencers at North Shore Fencing Competition
Scholastic and senior local fencers participating in the North Shore Fencer's Club Autumn Open Epée competition got the chance to fence against two-time NCAA national collegiate champion Arpad Horvath and last year's Junior Pan-American Games winner Stanley Vaksman.
USMMA Mariner's Football News Update
Officials of the Liberty League announced the 2005 All-Conference team which features four members of the United States Merchant Marine Academy, including the nation's best kicker Geoff Troy, who earned Specialist of the Year honors.
Calling All Candidates: Meet the Public!
From the Desk of Presiding Officer Judy Jacobs