School Budget Revote Considered
No decision has yet been made by the Roslyn Board of Education on whether or not to hold a second vote on a revised school budget.
Krapf Reflects on Life in Roslyn
Last month, Norbert Krapf gave a poetry reading at Cedarmere, the home of William Cullen Bryant. A resident of Long Island since 1970 and a longtime professor at C.W. Post, Krapf is both retiring from that institution and planning a move back to his home state of Indiana. So, the reading at Cedarmere, one of the many that Krapf has given locally throughout the years, represented a farewell reading for the poet.
St. Aidan's 6th Graders Repeat as CYO Champions
The St. Aidan's Frogs successfully defended their CYO diocesan title by defeating Our Lady of Victory in the championship match played at Holy Trinity High School on May 10. St. Aidan had finished the regular season in first place in their division with a 9-1 match record and a 25-5 record in games.
Parents Night Out at Charles Water
Several times a year Charles Water Karate & Fitness holds an event that they call Parents Night Out. Every Parents Night Out has a different theme, this time the theme was Sports Night. There was softball, kickball, races and games. They all had a blast.
Rational Decisions Needed
Budget Under Scrutiny