Monthly Archive:: August 2015

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Back-to-School Message from NMSD Superintendent David Feller

Dear Parents: I hope that you’ve had a wonderful summer vacation with your children. We have certainly had many beautiful days to enjoy. On behalf of our Board of Education and staff, I am pleased to welcome you back to the
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Merrick Schools Superintendent Welcomes Students Back

I hope everyone enjoyed this beautiful summer. In the Merrick schools, summer cleaning, maintenance and building improvements are in full gear. Our schools will be in top condition for opening day on Tuesday, September 1. We expect 2015-2016 to be another
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CHSD Superintendent Sets Goals for New School Year

Dear Members of the Bellmore-Merrick Community, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome students, staff and parents back for the start of the 2015-16 school year. I hope that you have had a restful summer, filled with time spent
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Deadline Nears for Funding Sandy Repairs

By Sharon G. Jonas Over a dozen victims of Hurricane Sandy who believe they were underpaid on their flood insurance claims gathered earlier this month at Temple Beth Am in Merrick to learn how they could receive further reparations from FEMA
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Bellmore Alumni Remember Their High School Days

Your NewsMag asked several student alumni from Calhoun, Kennedy and Mepham High Schools just what it was like when they were going to school, who were their favorite teachers and why, and other events of interest that made their high school
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Wilson Avenue Church Structure to be Torn Down

The former Church of the Nazarene, a building at 2650 Wilson Avenue that has been empty of congregants for years, will be torn down to make way for a residential home, Your NewsMag has learned. Learning from attorney Michael Aspinall that