School District Goes Right to Contingency
The Mineola School District Board of Education was so disheartened by the residents' rejection of the 2005-2006 proposed budget last week, the board decided not even to try again. The board voted by a 4-1 margin not to put another budget before voters and adopt a contingency budget for the 2005-2006 school year.
Swim Lessons at the Mineola Pool for 2005
Registration for swimming lessons - Session I, which runs from June 28-July 15, and Session II, which runs from July 19-August 5 - at the Mineola Pool will be held one day only on a first come, first served basis. The date is Saturday, June 25 at 8 a.m. at the front gate of the pool.
Mineola Mustangs Grab Spring Honors
The Mineola High School spring sports teams received a large number of post-season honors for their athletic achievements. A total of 31 individuals were honored by opposing coaches in their specialties. Following is the breakdown listed alphabetically by sport:.
Mineola Middle School Lacrosse Team Improves to 4-0
The Mineola Middle School boy's lacrosse rolled over Great Neck South at Hampton Stadium by a final score of 15-2 on Wednesday. Twelve different players recorded a point in a well balanced attack for the Mustangs who were led by Paul Krumholz's 4 goals. He now had 7 goals in his last 2 games. Miko Hammam had 2 goals, 4 shots and 4 ground balls in his first game as a starter this season. Bobby Port won all 8 face-offs he took and has lost only one of his last 19 draws. The defense was at the top of its game, impenetrable in the final three and a half periods. Evan Cassin added a goal and an assist off the bench. The squad is coming together very nicely as they enter the middle stretch of their schedule.
Taxpayers Should Expect Better Results
Rethink Contingency Budget