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By Sharon LindellMarch 01, 2014
March 3rd marks not only Dr. Seuss birthday, but also National Read Across American Day for kids and adults. So pick up a book or go to a reading event in celebration of Dr. Seuss's beloved books ...
By WFSD NewsFebruary 24, 2014
Students at Moriches Elementary School in the William Floyd School District have been selected to participate in the Recyclebank Green Schools Program with the opportunity to earn money to support their green project.
By Christian AbbatecolaFebruary 22, 2014
A budget amendment would put traffic cameras outside of each school district in Nassau and Suffolk County.
By Vickie MollerFebruary 21, 2014
In a world where technology is increasingly being integrated into everything we do, the breach between traditional learning settings the integration of technology into classrooms must be closed.
By Lyndsay McCabeFebruary 17, 2014
Governor Cuomo has announced his initiative to make one prison in each region of New York offer college-level courses so that prisoners can have an opportunity to earn a college degree.
By Cait RussellFebruary 13, 2014
As the heavy, wet snows continue to fall, Long Island is experiencing closures and delays in both counties.
By Christian AbbatecolaFebruary 11, 2014
The NY Department of Education is expected to delay certain Common Core standards after recommendations made by a Board of Regents subcommittee.
By Cait RussellFebruary 11, 2014
A Commack Middle School Student was approached by a stranger yesterday afternoon after getting off the bus in the afternoon.
Amityville High School Football Players Sue Comsewogue School District after Alleged Racism-Fueled Attacks
By Lyndsay McCabeFebruary 09, 2014
Five football players from Amityville High School are suing Comsewogue School District after they were allegedly taunted with racial slurs and attacked by the opposing team.
By Wendy LFebruary 07, 2014
A Long Island girl walking home from school gets struck by not one, but three vehicles. The first vehicle fled the scene and police are on the hunt for the driver.
By Vickie MollerFebruary 06, 2014
New York legislators step-up their call to delay use of Common Core test results in making high-stakes decisions about educators, administrators and students.
By Cait RussellFebruary 04, 2014
Earlier today, Governor Cuomo announced that the NYSDOT would be providing towns on LI with 400 tons of salt to help melt the ice on local roadways.
By Vickie MollerFebruary 04, 2014
US Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and US Rep. Richard Hanna yesterday announced legislation focused on improving and expanding access to early learning programs for children from birth to age five.
By Cait RussellFebruary 03, 2014
Monday’s continual snowfall has prompted many local districts to delay opening Tuesday Morning.
By Joe RandazzoFebruary 03, 2014
The Citizens Preparedness Corps Training program will prepare citizens for emergency disasters.
By Christian AbbatecolaJanuary 29, 2014
The president called for a number of measures, including reforms to education and business, during the 2014 State of the Union address.
By Vickie MollerJanuary 27, 2014
Hundreds of mourners gathered at the Church of Saint Joseph in Manhattan Saturday to bid final farewell to Avonte Oquendo.
By Wendy LJanuary 25, 2014
Looking for a place to keep the kids entertained during these cold winter days? Check out what's in store at Museum Row in February with “$5 February Fest”!
By Vickie MollerJanuary 23, 2014
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's new Dept. of Financial Services Protection Unit issues subpoenas to 13 private debt relief companies.
By Christian AbbatecolaJanuary 21, 2014
The snow hasn’t begun falling yet, but some schools have announced early dismissals and a few have even closed.
Christian Abbatecola is a staff writer for LongIsland.com and has previously written for other publications including Best Buy Mobile Magazine. A ...
Vickie Moller is a professional freelance writer and a regular contributor to LongIsland.com. Her focus is on Long Island’s schools and ...
Lyndsay McCabe is a freelance writer and regular contributor to LongIsland.com's News Section. She is a Long Island native who graduated ...
Wendy Lau is a native New Yorker. She currently covers the Hot Spots & Night Life section's "Weekly Watch" and "Weekend ...
Eric Anderson is a freelance journalist from Babylon, NY. A native Long Islander, Eric graduated from the State University of New ...
Chelsea attended St. Joseph's College with a Major in English and a concentration in Journalism, and plans on returning to her ...
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