Assistant Principal to Retire From RHS
After 28 years of service to Roslyn High School as both a teacher and an administrator, Assistant Principal Joan Greenfield will retire this month. She has put her personal stamp on virtually every program, organization and activity in the high school, including graduation, awards ceremonies, freshman orientation, the Shared Decision Making Committee, Self-Awareness Day and numerous other special programs and events. She coordinated the annual publication of the course offering book and the teacher and student handbooks, and has also served as acting chairperson of the art, business and music departments.
Roslynite Recalls the Acting Life
He's been a lawyer in the Roslyn area for four decades, but some of Joseph McCartney's biggest achievements have come in the acting profession, playing small roles in numerous stage and screen productions and appearing aside such stars as Frank Sinatra, Sidney Poitier, and James Garner. This longtime Roslyn Heights resident is now playing the role of Simon Stimson in the Hofstra University production of Our Town, the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Thornton Wilder. Our Town will be playing at the Monroe Lecture Center on the Hofstra campus in Hempstead from now until Sunday, June 24.
Levy Wins Tennis Tournament
Chad Levy of East Hills took first place in the Sportime at Roslyn tennis ladder for division three. The tournament was held at the Robbie Wagner Tennis Center. The match culminated five months of stiff weekly competition. Chad was the youngest player to compete in his division and he won his title on Father's Day. Here, Chad is pictured holding his first place trophy with his dad by his side.
Schwartz Makes Harvard History