Guggenheim Elementary School recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the school’s new rock climbing wall in its gymnasium.
A number of students, parents and faculty recently attended Paul D. Schreiber High School’s first Art Walk, which featured a variety of exceptional student artwork.
The Weber Middle School Drama Club brought the drama-musical “Footloose” to its school stage from April 4-6.
The Washington Post has announced its ranking of the most challenging high schools nationwide, placing Paul D. Schreiber High School No. 36 among more than 120 ranked schools in New York State, and No. 454 out of more than 1,900 high schools nationwide.
Congressman Steve Israel recently visited fifth-graders at Manorhaven Elementary School to discuss the importance and responsibilities of local and federal government.
Schreiber High School students recently participated in the Make a Difference Training Program, sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League. The national peer-training program focuses on combating bias and promoting understanding in schools.
Weber Middle School placed first in the fifth annual 7th and 8th Grade Math Olympiad Tournament hosted by Kellenberg Memorial High School on March 10.
The Board of Education adopted a resolution that will grant certain qualified veterans and/or Gold Star Parents residing within the district a partial real property tax exemption pursuant to the amended New York Real Property Tax Law Section 458-a.
Prekindergarten students at Daly Elementary School were recently visited by members of the Pajama Program, a nonprofit organization that provided students with a variety of pajamas and new books!
The Paul D. Schreiber High School Department of Theatre Arts brought the musical comedy “Once Upon A Mattress” to its school stage from Feb. 27-28 and March 1-2.
At the Feb. 25 Board of Education meeting, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kathleen Mooney and board members presented students with certificates of excellence for their various achievements.
More than 300 student-musicians performed an array of musical numbers during the district’s second annual Night of 1,000 Strings concert on Feb. 26.
Members of the Science Olympiad teams at Weber Middle School earned top honors at the Western Long Island Regional Science Olympiad in February.
Weber Science teachers, along with select grade five teachers participated in a full-day professional development session focused on Differentiation Science Inquiry.
The Research Program at Paul D. Schreiber yielded three Intel Semifinalists in the 2014 competition. These consistent results place the school in the top tier of Intel competition nationwide.
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Driver Theory class will meet at Schreiber High School A3
Driver class will meet on Left Side Near Gym