District Announcements/News

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    Harbor Honors Legendary Crossing Guard

    For 30 years, Nassau County crossing guard Cheryl Schollp helped youngsters safely navigate their way to Seaford Harbor Elementary School from her post at the corner of Neptune Avenue and Bayview Street. “Ms. Cheryl” or “Ms. Sherry” as she was known to students, retired on Jan. 20 and the school honored her during an afternoon ceremony.

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    Manor Students Make Cultural Connections

    International Week, a longstanding tradition at Seaford Manor Elementary School, brings knowledge of other cultures and creates a sense of pride among students in their own heritage. This year, the worldly festival was celebrated from Jan. 9 to 13. 

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    It’s an Explorer’s Dream at Harbor STEAM Night

    Seaford Harbor Elementary School students took a journey to outer space on Jan. 12 as they explored the world and beyond at the annual STEAM Night. Young scientists explored a variety of principles such as density, energy, force and more, while also getting creative as artists and engineers. 

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    Aspiring Leaders Tapped for Regional Conference

    Recognized for their potential, four Seaford High School sophomores have been selected to attend the 2023 Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership conference. Ava Caruso, Myles Munro, Anastasia Perlegis and Joseph Sanfilippo will join their peers from the New York metro area for a leadership seminar in early June.

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