Message from the Port Washington School District:
Over the past several years, the Port Washington School District has further tightened its already strong internal safeguards regarding financial oversight, according to Dr. Geoffrey N. Gordon, superintendent of schools.
The Future of Port Washington Is in Your Hands
The Town of North Hempstead invites all who live or work on the Port Washington Peninsula to join "Vision Process" that will begin on Jan. 26, at 8 p.m. at the Carrie P. Weber Junior High School on Port Washington Boulevard. The visioning process is a community-based planning initiative where local governments, local community groups, and local residents come together to create a shared vision for their community.
On The Bay
Our frostbiters had a good day of racing on Sunday, Jan 9. With temperatures hovering around the 30° mark, it was a very cold day, but racers were happy to have good wind out of the NE at 10-12 knots, gusting to over 17. Five races were completed, and while six teams began the day, the final race saw only four boats on the starting line. Top teams for the day: 1. #536, Pedro Lorson/Yasu Kawahara, 2. #514, Ted Toombs/Matt Cornachio, and 3. #538, Greg Corkett/Jonathan Siener.
National Girls and Women in Sports Day Is Coming!
On Saturday, Feb. 5, starting at 1 p.m. in the Schreiber HS gym a wonderful, fun-day has been planned for girls in grades 3-8. High School coaches, assisted by high school students ,will be on hand to organize and conduct clinics for the girls in a warm, friendly, non-competitive environment. Some of the clinics will be basketball, lacrosse and gymnastics. Refreshments and special giveaways will round out the day's program. This year marks the 19th annual celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD).
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