Superintendent of Schools Dr. Hazelton received the Trailblazer in Educational Excellence Award during The Corridor Counts’ 4th Annual Unity Creates Empowerment Fundraiser Gala on November 16, 2017
On March 23, 2018 approximately 30 students had an opportunity to experience Canon Corporate Headquarters. The students toured the Showroom, interacted with and heard the journeys of Canon representatives, received information on cannon products and toured the facility.
Students and teachers, traveled to D.C. to participate in the March for Our Lives rally, held across the antion (and globe!) students gathered peacefully to call for changes in gun laws to help keep them safe at school.
Mr. Eisenpresser's Roosevelt High School students attended the Nassau Community College Annual Arts and Science Fair this Saturday, March 24th and Hailey Francis won 3rd place! In addition, all of our students who attended received a Certificate of Participation!
Centennial principal Dr. Barbara Solomon traveled to Cape Town, South Africa over the winter break with a small group of educators across Long Island. Centennial school established a letter writing relationship with one of elementary schools in a township there. Third grade students from Centennial wrote letters to the South African students. Dr. Solomon brought back letters to share with her students to read.
These awards are presented only to select individuals who have contributed outstanding service to their school district. This year’s honorees will be celebrated on Monday, March 19, 2018 at SCOPE’s awards dinner at Villa Lombardi’s in Holbrook.
Roosevelt High School represents at the 6th Annual Leadership Symposium Saturday, March 10, 2018at St. John's University's school of education. Dr. Isom, NBCT was a presenter. Pictured with her are St. John's doctoral students, (l-r) Leslie Pieters, health/phys ed lead teacher, Teri McGrath, Science Lead Teacher, and Yolette Wright, NBCT, Chemistry.