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December 9, 2005

  • News: Officer Stewart Promoted to Detective

    Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly announced the promotion posthumously of Police Officer Dillon Stewart to Detective, First Grade - the highest designation of detective in the New York City Police Department. Detective Stewart was shot and killed by an armed suspect he was attempting to stop after he ran a red light in the 70th Precinct in Brooklyn. FULL STORY

  • News: Assembly Task Force Comes to Gotham Avenue School

    The Elmont School District has many challenges including a student population in which over 70 different languages are spoken and a population made up of some students with special needs. It is a community made up of blue collar workers. Yet, Elmont still meets state standards and even exceeds them. So what's the district's secret? That's what members of a New York State Assembly Task Force on Successful Schools came to the Gotham Avenue School to find out. FULL STORY Logo
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