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By Long Island News & PRsJune 01, 2015
As part of its promise to help even its youngest customers be safe around electricity, PSEG Long Island is seeking summer schools and camps interested in its Electric Safety Education Program.
Unique Stay On Long Island Initiative Keeps Talent on LI, Suffolk Community College Students Earn Scholarships to LI Colleges & Universities
By Long Island News & PRsMay 28, 2015
Twenty-seven Suffolk County Community College Students were awarded Stay On Long Island Initiative (SOLII) Scholarships that will provide full tuition for at a Long Island College or University.
Players from the Brentwood High School baseball team and members of the Suffolk County Police Department Third Precinct’s Police Explorers were treated to a night at Citi Field to watch the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies ...
Usdan Center for the Creative and Performing Arts, the renowned summer arts day camp, now entering its 48th season, announces that there are still limited openings in some programs for 2015.
A High School student from the Suffolk County Police Department Fourth Precinct Explorers program has been selected to participate in the National Law Enforcement Exploring Leadership Academies at the FBI Academy in Virginia this summer.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced $30 million in funding for the Summer Youth Employment program which supports communities across the state in creating summer jobs for youth from low-income families.
By Long Island News & PRsMay 25, 2015
The Suffolk County Police Department hosted a basketball clinic during which coaches volunteered to teach 12 to 15-year-olds.
By Long Island News & PRsMay 21, 2015
A bill authored by Assemblymembers Todd Kaminsky and Cathy Nolan to reverse the negative effects of the high-stakes Common Core testing environment passed the Assembly today.
By Long Island News & PRsMay 19, 2015
Senator Ken LaValle invites all students up to the 8th grade to join the NY State Senate’s 2015 Summer Reading Program.
By Long Island News & PRsMay 18, 2015
The New York chapter of America Achieves has begun accepting applications from teachers and principals who want one of the 50 positions in the New York Educator Voice Fellowship where they will help shape educational policy and ...
By Long Island News & PRsMay 14, 2015
Case closed. The student team from Stella K. Abraham High School For Girls out-argued 48 schools in the courtroom to win this year's Nassau County Championship in the 2015 New York State Mock Trial Tournament.
By Long Island News & PRsMay 13, 2015
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today introduced the Parental Choice in Education Act, which will support and protect alternative school options for parents and students across New York State.
By Long Island News & PRsMay 13, 2015
Suffolk County Legislator Kara Hahn today honored a team of Robert Cushman Murphy Junior High School students who placed first in the 24th Annual Long Island Regional Middle School Science Bowl held at Brookhaven National Laboratory.
By Long Island News & PRsMay 12, 2015
Legislator Sarah Anker was honored to attend the signing of the recent public-private partnership between Suffolk County Community College (SCCC) and Long Island University (LIU) with Suffolk County Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory at SCCC’s Grant campus in ...
Governor Cuomo Announces Private Colleges & Universities Across the State Join Enough is Enough Campaign to Combat Sexual Assault on College Campuses
By Long Island News & PRsMay 07, 2015
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today brought the Enough is Enough campaign to Syracuse University to announce that a number of private colleges and universities from across the state are joining the initiative.
By Wendy LMay 07, 2015
Summer break is nearly here! Make summer camp plans for your kids with LongIsland.com's Summer Camp Guide.
Suffolk County & Islip Town Officials to Honor Elementary School Children Who Started Pantry at School to Feed Homeless and Hungry in the Community
By Long Island News & PRsMay 06, 2015
Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and Suffolk County Legislator Monica Martinez will join fifth and Sixth grade students at Brentwood South Middle School in helping other students and community members by re-stocking the school's community food pantry ...
State Education Department to Distribute $15.6 Million to Support School Technology Purchases & Upgrade Regional Technology Infrastructure
By Long Island News & PRsMay 05, 2015
The New York State Education Department (SED) today announced federal approval of New York’s plan to distribute $15.6 million in unspent Race to the Top (RTTT) funds to local school districts to purchase instructional technology equipment and ...
By Long Island News & PRsApril 27, 2015
Preston Carey, a 2nd grader at Fifth Avenue Elementary School, Class of 2025 from East Northport, NY has been selected as a 2015 Youth Football All Star.
By Long Island News & PRsApril 24, 2015
Suffolk County Legislature Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory and Legislator Sarah Anker, chairwoman of the Legislature’s Education and Information Technology Committee, and Dr. W. Hubert Keen, President of Farmingdale State College, invited student leaders from Suffolk County’s higher ...
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