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Transportation Applications Deadline

Friday, 22 March 2013 00:00

The Port Washington School District reminds all parents and guardians of children attending non-public schools that transportation requests must be filed on or before April 1 in order for the student to be eligible for transportation for the 2013-2014 school year. The State Education Department and the Board of Education require that a separate application must be filed each year even if your child is already receiving transportation.

Please send all requests to the Port Washington School District, Transportation Department, 100 Campus Drive, Port Washington, NY 11050 before April 1. If you have not received a request form, contact your child’s school or call the Transportation Office at 767-5030.


Art Guild Scholarships

Friday, 22 March 2013 00:00

The Art Guild announced its third annual student scholarship for Nassau County high school students. This spring, four scholarships will be awarded to seniors graduating in 2013 who will be pursuing the arts after graduation, and who have demonstrated their commitment to any of the visual arts. This includes but is not limited to: drawing, painting, sculpture, fashion design, set design and photography. Students who apply must be graduating seniors and attend high school in Nassau County. Each scholarship will be in the amount of $300. The application is available on line at, and must be postmarked by April 15. For further information, contact Diane Bares at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (516) 304-5797.


Students’ Artwork Exhibited At Adelphi University

Friday, 15 March 2013 00:00

The artwork of six Schreiber High School students has been selected to be displayed at the 9th Annual Art Supervisors Association All-County Art Exhibition. This prestigious one-day exhibit will showcase over 1,100 pieces of artwork produced by the finest kindergarten through twelfth-grade students from Nassau County school districts and will take place on Sunday, March 17, from noon to 4 p.m., at the Ruth S. Harley University Center at Adelphi University in Garden City.

The following Schreiber students recognized for their fine art work include: Christopher Goh, Juliette Hayt, Natalie Martinek, Elizabeth Meyer, Caroline Rybecky and Stephanie-Anne Thomsen. These students work under the instruction of art teachers Ms. Miranda Best and Ms. Erica Cryer.

In addition, senior Juliet Hayt, was selected to receive the Art Supervisors Association Senior Scholarship Award.


Taking On The Challenge

Thursday, 14 March 2013 00:00

Paul D. Schreiber High School has advanced to the second round of MSG Varsity’s The Challenge, and will take on Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway on Sunday, March 17, at 6:30 p.m., on Cablevision’s Optimum, Channel 14.

The Schreiber team is represented by Drew Feldman, Robert Gray (captain), Miles Kurtz, Elana Galassi, and alternates Simon Shapiro and Kerim Kivrak. The academic advisor is Jeremy Klaff.  For more information on The Challenge, visit


Authors Visit Daly

Friday, 01 March 2013 00:00

As part of its Specials Week, which promoted this year’s school-wide theme, “Write On, Right On,” Daly welcomed two celebrated authors, Tad Hills and David Paterson. 

On Feb. 5, New York Times best-selling author and illustrator, Tad Hills, visited Daly School and delighted students as he read his book, (which, is also Daly’s book of the year), Rocket Writes A Story to them. The students were fascinated to learn how he uses basic shapes to convey different emotions. In response to student questions about how Mr. Hills gets his ideas, he shared many wonderful stories of inspiration, igniting sparks in the students’ imaginations. A second-grade student, Sam Rothenberg, age 7, commented that he was excited to meet “the author of the book of the year and to learn how he comes up with his stories.” Many left the presentation eager to start creating characters and stories of their own. 


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