Mineola School Board trustee Nicole Matzer recently visited the Kornreich Early Learning Center to read a Valentine’s Day Book to students. Matzer’s daughter was previously in the program, who is currently in third grade.
The center, located at the Jackson Avenue School, was founded in 2007, and the program supports 32 children in the Mineola School District. Registration begins this month. Please call 631-427-3700, ext. 256 to make an appointment for you child to join the program or call 516-237-2321.
— From the Kornreich Early Learning Center
Northside Elementary student Emily Peteka came in first place in the PTA Reflections contest for grades 3-5 students. Reflections is a competiton where the student is to compose, perform and record a piece of music. Peteka currently studies piano at the Farmingdale Music Center, where she also learns theory in each lesson. She will go on to represent Farmingdale in the Nassau County finals.
— Submitted by Farmingdale Music Center
“Unforgettable.” “Inspiring.” “Eye-opening.” These are just some of the superlatives used by students and faculty members to describe Challenge Day, which was attended by freshmen and members of the Roslyn High School faculty and staff on Nov. 19, 20 and 21. The object of Challenge Day is straight-forward: to create a school environment in which every student feels safe and supported by peers and adults.
Roslyn Rotary Club honored Roslyn High School senior Christine Valderrama as the November Student of the Month at its luncheon on Nov. 21. Her community service has included volunteering at St. Francis Hospital, discharging patients and at Grace Plaza Nursing Home helping out the entertainment staff. Pictured, left to right, are: Rotary Co-President Cathy Mealing, Christine’s parents Guillermo and Ana Valderrama, Christine, Rotary Co-President Deborah Zenir, and Guidance Counselor Melissa Lazzaro.
Roslyn Rotary Club honored Roslyn High School senior Rachel Halpern as the October Student of the Month at its luncheon on October 24. Her community service has included working on the auditorium crew setting up for and running events that take place in the high school such as assemblies and presentations. Pictured, left to right, are: Rotary Co-President Cathy Mealing, Rachel’s father David Halpern, Rachel, Rachel’s mother Jacqueline Halpern, English
teacher Marigrace Cirringione and Rotary Co-President Deborah Zenir.
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