District Continues to Strengthen School Safety
The work to make PW schools safer, begun last spring in the aftermath of several tragedies throughout the nation, is progressing well, according to the school safety subcommittee, headed by Eric Vonderhorst, director of Facilities and Operations. In fact, many of the recommendations, like having new staff monitor visitors, were swiftly implemented; others are near completion or will be actively pursued, reports the subcommittee.
Plandome Road Project Will Affect Local Traffic
Port residents will be experiencing more traffic congestion between March 1 and July 21.
Lady Vikings PYA Night
January 21 the sounds of Go Port and P-O-R-T filled the air as the Lady Vikings faced off with Great Neck South. The difference this night was that the stands were filled not just with high school students and parents but young girls who are playing PYA basketball in Port Washington. Ron Henderson from PYA and Stephanie Joannon, Varsity Basketball Coach, began this activity seven years ago as a way to encourage students to participate. A raffle is done at half-time with prizes donated by Arena Graphics, PYA and Ms. Joannon.
On the Bay
After being landlocked for several weeks due to ice on Manhasset Bay, frostbite skippers and crew were delighted to complete five races and a crew race on Sunday, Feb. 28. Sailing in a light wind from the southeast, top teams were: 1) Pedro Lorson/Mimi Lorson Berry (#536), 2) Ted Toombs/Monique Gaylor (#514), and 3) Bob Kirtland/David Cornachio (#707).
Vlg. Club Rd. More Than a "Civil War of the Rich"
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