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December 10, 1999

  • NEWS: All Lit up for the Holiday Season

    Over the last two weeks community organizations from the local area have come out to commemorate the holidays with Christmas Tree Lightings, Menorah Lightings and various other celebrations of the season. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Enhanced Services for IT Pre-School Program

    When the BOCES Preschool program moves into the Geneva N. Gallow and Stephen E. Karopczyc Schools in Island Trees this summer, they will be bringing equipment and services with them that will help to enhance the Island Trees/SCOPE Preschool program, which will now be housed solely in the Gallow building. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Island Trees Sports

    The eighth grade boys basketball team opened up their season against a very talented team from Salk. Although the Bulldogs were at a disadvantage when it came to size, the boys played with tremendous heart. The Dawgs fell behind early and trailed by 10 at the half. The third period started out in much the same fashion until Anthony DiDomenico exploded with eight of his game high 20 points. Kevin Fusci, who would finish with 12, added six points and the Bulldogs, who trailed 24-10, evened the score at the end of the third period at 28 apiece. The fourth period was not so kind to the Dawgs, but they did outscore Salk 16-12 in the fifth. Final score was 59-44 in favor of Salk. Bruce Davidson scored four, Anthony Thompson added three, Kevin McGovern and Peter Plaia added two each, while Michael Doscher popped in one from the foul line. Justin O'Donnell and George Fotedis pulled down key rebounds. Keep working hard boys. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: A Successful Fall Season for Salk Sports

    Fall athletics at Jonas Salk Middle School were a huge success. The cross country team, boys soccer team, girls soccer team, badminton team and the football team demonstrated dedication and sportsmanship all season long. In addition, all of the athletic teams carried large rosters to encourage participation. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Additional Traffic Signal Needed
  • OPINION: A Family Tradition of Service

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