In the countywide May 21 elections, three Roslyn school board seats were up for election. Two were for regular three-year terms, while the other was held to fill the vacancy left by longtime board member Dani Kline.
Bruce Valauri and Steven Litvack, the top two vote-getters, were re-elected to those three-year terms, while newcomer David Dubner was elected to fill Kline’s unexpired term. Valauri received 602 votes, while Litvack had 596 tallies, finishing slightly ahead of Dubner, who received 589 votes in his first campaign for the school board.
More than 200 Buckley community members and friends gathered at the Garden City Hotel late last month to celebrate Buckley’s 90th anniversary. Gala chairs and the gala committee along with the director of development and alumni relations, assistant director of development for parents’ association and special events, and development assistant attended to every detail of this star-studded red-and-blue event and are to be credited for making this a wonderful evening.
The Roslyn High School Mock Trial team was honored by the Nassau County Bar Association at the annual Law Day dinner on May 1 for reaching the finals in the county’s 2013 Mock Trial Tournament. Each team member was also given a citation by Nassau County Legislator Wayne Wink in recognition of their commitment “to making a difference in the lives of the people of Nassau County.”
The second annual “Art-o-rama” is coming to the Graphic Eye Gallery in Port Washington on Saturday, June 1. On that day everyone is invited to hang one piece of art in the gallery.
The event takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The entry fee of $25 entitles participants to hang one piece of art (framed or unframed) wherever they choose in spacious gallery, located at 402 Main St. Works will remain on display from June 2 through June 30 during regular gallery hours and will be attended at all times. A reception will be held on Sunday, June 9 from 2 to 4 p.m.
On Sunday, April 28 hvundreds of students and judges streamed into Roslyn High School to participate in the annual Research Association Invitational Science Fair. Over 400 students presented their projects on topics ranging from computer science to biochemistry to psychology to more than 100 volunteer judges from universities and the local community.
Forty-one Roslyn High School students participated in the fair, entering 26 different projects. Three Roslyn students earned First Place category awards: Huzefa Diwan, Brian Rogofsky, and Alain Sherman. Second Place winners were Arshia Aalami, Rachel Mintz, and Tiffany Sun. Earning third place lace awards from Roslyn were Hardy Chen, Jessica Futoran, David Jaslow, Andrew Katz, Ludia Ock, and Marc Perlman. Merit and Honors awards went to: Meena Ardebili, Jordan Fishbach, Matthew Forrest, Olivia Kung, Jerry Li, Jordan Rosen, Aansh Shah, Esther Shin and Brandon Tepper.
The fair was sponsored by WAC Lighting, a Long Island-based firm that generously donated the funds for the fair’s prizes. The fair rotates amongst 10 area high schools, and this year was Roslyn’s turn. “It’s amazing how much work goes into running something like this,” said Dr. Allyson Weseley, Roslyn High School’s Coordinator of Secondary Research. “I had such tremendous support from my colleagues, my students, their parents, the administration, and the custodial staff.”
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