Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District’s Pasadena Elementary School and Parkway Elementary School’s first and second graders recently participated in fire safety week. The Plainview Volunteer Fire Department visited the elementary schools to give a presentation to students about fire safety and prevention. Students also learned what to do in the case of an emergency, what a first responder looks like and how to “Stop, Drop and Roll.” The day included many fun activities for the students including the chance to dress up like a firefighter.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage Kindergarten Center recently welcomed approximately 300 students and their families at their annual Open House. The kindergarten students visited their classrooms, cafeteria and playground, and also received a lesson on the importance of school bus safety. Principal Ms. Leiboff and Assistant Principal Mrs. Kang joined the students and their parents to answer questions and welcome the 2013-14 class. Members of the PTA executive board were also in attendance to address the children and their families.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District has announced that 16 POB-JFK High School students have been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation as Commended Students in the 2013-14 competition.
POBJFK students Nicolette Almer, Mustafa Ansari, Reva Butensky, Trisha Chabria, Benjamin Chasan, Brian Coakley, Corey Cohen, Ryan Gillman, Amanda Hedgecock, Ashley Hilfman, Henry Levine, Isabel Ren, Alexander Resnick, Vincent Song, Hannah Stewart and Alma Wang were recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation for their outstanding performance on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying (PSAT/NMSQT) Exam.
These academically talented high school seniors received this commendation for scoring in the top 50,000 out of the 1.5 million students who participated in the 2012 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test last October.
Three Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy High School students attended Molloy College’s “Business Boot Camp” over the summer. Ashley Hilfman, Angela Bollettieri and Richard Sadick participated in an intensive, five-day program meant for high-achieving juniors who are seriously considering a career in business. The students learned about current events in the world of business and various business career paths. They attended lectures on how to hone their skills in fields including entrepreneurship, accounting, public speaking, business etiquette and the stock market. Prestigious professors from Molloy College and Columbia University led many of the lectures.
The Molloy College “Business Boot Camp” is an informative and inspirational event that provides participants with the tools they need as they continue on the path toward a successful business career.
The Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy High School Girls’ Varsity Soccer team recently played their first game on the school’s new turf field. During halftime, a Plainview-Old Bethpage U-8 girls’ soccer team and their coach, Mark Silverman, went onto the field, kicked around a few soccer balls and completed some drills. The young girls were thrilled to be on the high school field and enjoyed cheering for the Lady Hawks from the stands.
Tickets are now on sale for Our Lady of Mercy’s American Girl Fashion Show® that will take place at Our Lady of Mercy School in Hicksville, Oct. 18 to Oct. 20. Fashion show tickets are $37 and can be purchased online at www.americangirlfashionshows.com. Tickets will not be sold at the door.
A total of four two-hour fashion shows will be held highlighting the American Girl historical characters and their individual stories, as well as showcasing contemporary fashions. Each fashion show will include tea-party style refreshments, raffles, souvenirs, and door prizes. Proceeds from the fashion show will be used to benefit Our Lady of Mercy School.
Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy High School senior Kimia Ziadkhanpour has been selected as a semifinalist in the 2013-14 National Merit Scholarship Competition.
Ziadkhanpour was recognized for her outstanding performance on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Exam. In order to earn this esteemed title, she had to score in the top third of 50,000 students nationwide who qualified for recognition in the National Merit Scholarship program.
The academically talented Ziadkhanpour will now have the opportunity to continue in the competition for over 8,300 National Merit Scholarships that will be offered in the spring.
Nassau County Legislator Judy Jacobs was an invited guest at Parkway School in Plainview to Honor Wounded Warriors on September 10. The children from grades K through 4th grade were all given small American flags, which they placed in the ground to honor all of the men an women serving this country.
On hand to honor the wounded warriors were members of various veteran groups, the Plainview Fire Department and the Second Precinct. Special guest Chris Levi, who was devastatingly injured during his tour of duty following the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, spoke to the children about why it is important to care for one another. Levi is now enrolled at LIU Post and is working toward his degree.
More than 1,800 children arrived to their first day of school with backpacks filled with school supplies thanks to the annual Family Service League “Backpacks for Back to School” program and a generous grant of $20,000 from Bethpage Federal Credit Union. Each year, Family Service League enlists the help of the community to collect school supplies for families who cannot afford $50 to $75 for backpacks and school supplies for each child. Hundreds of donors dropped off supplies or donated funds online and dozens of corporations collected supplies at their offices. Capital One Bank sold “stars” at 160 branches to raise funds.
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