Students from the seven Hicksville elementary schools recently offered to be “little doctors” by actively participating in blood drives coordinated by building PTAs and the New York Blood Center.
“The Little Doctors program is an opportunity for students to learn the value of volunteerism and the importance of participating in community service,” said Fork Lane School Principal Christopher Scardino.
Megan Ruff led the Girl Scout Promise and Nancy Heuser, parish Girl Scout coordinator, along with Fr. Rich presented religious awards to the Scouts who achieved the Ave Maria medal, Family of God medal, and I Live My Faith medal.
Holy Family Girl Scouts celebrated Girl Scout Sunday. The second-grader Brownies were awarded the Ave Maria medal during mass and all girls received a patch for attending service.
The next public board meetings for hearings about the 2013-14 Hicksville School District will be held on Wednesday, April 17 at 8:30 p.m. This meeting will be dedicated to the budget adoption. On Wednesday, May 8, the District will hold a public budget hearing at 8:30 p.m.
The week of March 4 was Lutheran Schools Week and the children at St. Stephen’s Nursery showed their school spirit every day, participating in Pajama Day, Backwards/Mismatch Day, Sports Day and Cool Sunglasses Day. Registration is open for 2013-14 enrollment. Visit www.ssns.homestead.com or call 516-931-0267.
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