Jericho BOE Shows Fiscal Restraint When Adopting 2005-2006 Spending Plan
The Jericho Board of Education unanimously adopted the proposed 2005-2006 school district budget at a special open meeting on March 21. The $83.3 million budget represents a 7.4 percent increase over last year. Proposed expenditures were reduced by approximately $1.2 million in a serious effort to limit the budget increase.
Laura Schultz Receives Trailblazer Award for Community Service
Nassau County Presiding Officer Judy Jacobs (D-Woodbury) named Laura Schultz one of 17 honorees recently recognized for their accomplishments at the Nassau County Legislature's "Women: Trailblazers of the New Millennium" awards. The Nassau County Legislature's Women Trailblazers awards ceremony highlights and recognizes the extraordinary work of women throughout the county.
JAA Fifth-Grade Championship Game
The Somerset Mortgage "Heat" (47) and the Robin Hood Country Day School "Pistons" (44) faced off for the fifth-grade champion game this past Sunday at the Jericho High School gym. The teams faced each other two times before with a split in the series; the loss was the only one for the Heat all season and it came in the first game. From there the Heat went on a 10-game winning streak culminating with a championship win!
Syosset High School Holds Wheelchair Basketball Game
Syosset High School will welcome back alumni Brian Pinkow, class of 1998, at a wheelchair basketball game between the Nassau Kings and a team of Syosset High School faculty and staff in the high school gym this Friday, April 1, at 7 p.m.
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