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Looking for the most current news on local schools and educational issues that affect Long islanders? Then make sure to never miss the breaking headlines about academia on Long Island with our School & Education article section.

Mount Sinai Student Arrested After Making Bomb, Shooting Threats

A Mount Sinai freshman was taken into custody after allegedly using a social media app, Yik Yak, to threaten to bomb his school.

After-School Enrichment Activities for Your Child

Whether your child needs a creative outlet or a little extra help with classwork, after-school activities can help any student succeed!

Creatively Cool Textbook Covers for Class

Protect your textbooks this year with these cool textbook covers!

Top Ten Cooking Classes on Long Island

Put on your apron and have a great time learning from expert chefs!

School Lunches For Non-Sandwich Eaters

School lunches can get boring when you don’t mix things up. Wow your kids with these tasty, non-sandwich lunches!

Nassau County to Void School Speed Zone Tickets

The county has hit a few snags while implementing the new camera speed zone system.

Ways To Encourage Your Reluctant Reader

Get your reluctant readers reading with these five helpful tips.

Super Scrumptious School Lunch Sandwiches

Classic lunchbox sandwich staples that have ruled the school cafeteria for years – now with a twist!

What Your Library Can Do For You: Back to School Library Resources

With the internet at our fingertips, we sometimes forget that your public library can do so much for you! Be sure to check out what you library can do for you or your kids when they go ...

Leg. Lindsay III Sponsors Successful School Supply Drive

The drive provided students with the tools necessary to succeed inside the classroom.

Lovable Lunchbox Notes to Leave the Kids

Surprise the kids this year by leaving them cute little lunchbox notes!

Back to School in Style with New Fall Trends

Lego and Frozen are still super popular, and also look for some classic, more adult styles, such as boho chic and leather jackets, to pop up with younger kids.

Avoiding the Freshman 15: Ways to Stay Health Conscious at School

Don't let the dreaded Freshman 15 sneak up on you while you're away at school. There are plenty of ways to exercise and stay healthy in college.

AG Schneiderman Announces Funding to Equip SUNY Campus Police With Life-Saving Heroin Antidote

Schneiderman: Making Naloxone Available to Campus Police Could Save Students’ Lives and Give Them a Second Chance

How Well Can Your Child Draw? It Can Be an Indicator for Later Intelligence

Take a closer look at the next drawing your child makes. It can be an indicator of intelligence at a later age.

Governor Cuomo Signs Legislation to Support Veterans, Servicemembers and Military Families

New law advances educational and professional opportunities, eases demands on families that relocate, and expands burial assistance

Governor Cuomo Announces Recipients Of $340 Million in Pre-Kindergarten Funding

Program encouraged creativity through competition; Awards given to full-day pre-kindergarten programs across New York.

From Planes to Flight: August 19th is National Aviation Day!

August 19th is National Aviation Day! Check out the various ways to celebrate the science of aeronautics.

All About Antiquing: Finding Unique Treasures on Long Island

Long Island is a wonderful place for collectors to find unique treasures, rare collectables, and valuable antiques.

Get in the Back-to-School Mindset: Mentally Getting Ready for School

You may have all of the supplies, but are you mentally ready for back-to-school. Check out our tips on making sure you are mentally ready.
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