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August 13, 1999

  • NEWS: Plans for Hempstead Turnpike Expansion Scaled Back

    In response to concerns from residents and businesses in the area, the New York State Department of Transportation has announced that they are modifying their plans for the intersection of Hempstead Turnpike and Wantagh Avenue. Now, rather than adding a right hand turn lane heading north and additional left turn lanes heading north and south, the DOT will only be adding the left turn lanes. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Island Trees YES Program Teaches the Educational Value of Fun

    The Island Trees YES (Youth Education Summer Program) has just completed another successful year. Run by Stokes School principal Madeline Montone, and Sparkes School principal Mary Modica, the goal of the YES program is to provide the opportunity for students to enjoy learning. Students take classes in computers, science, math, reading, recreation, and arts and crafts. This year the program ran from June 29 until July 30, and had 863 students in grades 1-6 enrolled. The enrollment figures represent 60 percent of the entire grade 1-6 students population of Island Trees. Certified teachers and trained high school students ran the various classes offered to the children. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Island Trees Sports Camps Roll On

    During the week of August 2nd, the Island Trees School District offered three sports camps. Students in grades 4-8 had the opportunity to participate in baseball or girl's soccer. Students in grades 9-12 were given the opportunity to partake in baseball. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Tornadoes Win The Waldbaum's Cup Challenge

  • OPINION: Levittown Schools Move Into Millennium
  • OPINION: Another Grassroots Success



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