The West Hempstead Union Free School District’s George Washington School has incorporated the importance of kindness, self-regulation and tolerance along with autism awareness with in-classroom lessons.
Social worker Elizabeth Lindner and guidance counselor Matthew Caruthers held push-in activities with classes during the week of April 8 to enhance the spotlight on Autism Awareness Month. When visiting... Read More >
Then middle school guidance department visited seventh and eighth grade classes on April 15 to help students participate in a “Naviance Day.”
Naviance is an American college and career readiness software provider that the middle school’s guidance department has introduced in an effort to provide students with college planning and assessment tools. During science class, guidance counselors... Read More >
Students at Cornwell Avenue Elementary School participated in a Health and Wellness Day program on April 5, thanks to a collaboration between the PTA and Northwell Health Cohen Children’s Medical Center.
The event showcased the importance of healthy habits and behaviors in everyday life.
Clinical and non-clinical healthcare professionals from various service lines and specialties were on hand to speak to... Read More >
Senior Sirena Brown officially made her decision regarding the next chapter of her educational and athletic path on April 1, when she signed a National Letter of Intent to join the cheerleading team at Long Island University.
Earlier this year, Sirena was also honored as a recipient of the LIU Post Presidential Scholarship due in large part to her participation in the LIU Post Summer Honors Institute last July.... Read More >