Brian Barrett is a student at Maurice W. Downing Primary School.
Brian Barrett is a student at Maurice W. Downing Primary School. He is a
great artist and was a winner in the school's Relay for Life poster
contest. The theme for the artwork was "When we walk together we are
bigger than cancer!”
At the July Board of Education meeting, Assemblywoman Earlene Hooper
presented the district with a $50,000 grant. The grant was made possible
through the children’s advocacy of Hazel “Scottie” Coads and will
support the creation of co-curricular clubs and activities for all the
district’s students next year.
Board of Education trustee Josephine Bottitta, J.D, MSW, was honored by the American College of Health Care Administrators for her dedication to the health care industry. She was recognized with the President’s Award at the 18th annual ACHCA reception on June 12 in Great Neck.
Moving Up at HTH
On June 24, Howard T. Herber hosted its annual Moving Up Ceremony. Pictured are some highlights from the program. Congratulations to all of the students on Learning Well, Staying Safe, Participating and Graduating!
MWD Moving Up
Second graders at Maurice W. Downing Primary School formally moved up in a ceremony at HTH’s auditorium on Wednesday, June 25. Congratulations to all students.
Davison Promotion Ceremony
Fifth graders from Davison Avenue Intermediate School were officially declared as sixth graders in the school’s annual Promotion Ceremony on Wednesday, June 25. Congratulations to all students and their families.
HTH Val & Sal
Congratulations to Howard T. Herber Middle School’s Valedictorian Jason
Thompson and Salutatorian Olivia Valentino. They will lead the way at
the school’s Moving Up Ceremony on Tuesday, June 24.
Academic Excellence Honored
At the June 10 Board of Education meeting, the following student
achievement was recognized: video competition award winner, science
award honorees, scholar athletes, athletic achievements, select choir
recognition, Relay for Life Donation of $35,000, MEFF mini-grant
presentations, eighth-grade valedictorian and salutatorian recognition,
eighth-grade science research gift to the environment presentation and
Class of 2014 academic leader awards. View the slideshow to see all the
Climbing to New Heights
Fourth and fifth grade students at Davison visited Island Rock to reinforce team building and physical fitness. The event also served as a nice culmination to the school year. Pictured are some highlights from the trip.
Notable Music Scholarship
Senior Megan Malone was presented with one of the top honors at the
district's annual music awards evening. She received a $500 scholarship
from the Class of 1956 in honor of former music directors Lewis Benzon
and Walter Ehret. The scholarship is given to a student who plans to
enter the field of music education.
Successful Select Choir
The 32-member select choir of Malverne High School traveled to Busch
Gardens to compete in a festival from May 30 to June 1. Under the
direction of Ken Zagare, the choir performed “Lullaby” by Daniel Elder
and “John the Revelator” by Caldwell and Ivory. With a score of 94, the
group placed first in the mixed chorus category, receiving a rating of
“superior,” and took home the Esprit de Corps Award for professionalism,
good character and their moving musical performance.
Science research students in Ginny DeLeo's class at Howard T. Herber
held a special ribbon cutting for the completion of their cleanup and
work at the Pinelake Preserve. Over the course of the year, each student
completed a "gift" for the preserve – a bench or wildlife fact board,
among others. On Saturday, May 31 the students unveiled the completed
work with Board members and administrators present.
Celebrating Memorial Day
First- and second-grade students at Maurice W. Downing gathered to
commemorate Memorial Day through song at a special Peacemakers Assembly
on Friday, May 23. In the presence of local veterans and parents,
students sang patriotic songs and shared the meaning of Memorial Day.
College Bulletin Board - Updated
Check out our updated "College Bulletin Board". As the acceptance letters pour in, the board keeps filling up. Congratulations MHS class of 2014!
Malverne UFSD is proud to announce that our seniors have been receiving their College acceptance letters in the mail. We have already been
selected to attend 98 prestigious colleges and universities, and the letters keep coming in daily. Check out our "College Bulletin Board" to see where our MHS graduates of 2014 will be going. We will keep you posted as we add new schools to our board of acceptance. Congratulations to all those who have already been accepted!
Adelphi University, Albright College, Alfred State (SUNY), Alfred University, Anna Maria College, Arcadia University, Baruch College (CUNY), Berkeley College, Binghamton University (SUNY), Boston University, Briarcliffe College, Brooklyn College (CUNY), Buffalo State (SUNY), City College (CUNY), Clark Atlanta University, Clark University, Cobleskill (SUNY), College of New Rochelle, College of St. Rose, Cornell University, Cortland (SUNY), Delhi (SUNY), Drexel University, Duke University, Farmingdale State College (SUNY), Fordham University, Gadsden State CC , Genesee Community College, Hampton University, Hartwick College, Hofstra University, Howard University, Hunter College (CUNY), Johns Hopkins University, Johnson & Wales University, Lehigh University, Lehman College, Liberty University, LIU -Brooklyn, LIU-Post, Loyola University Maryland, Manhattan College, Medgar Evers College (CUNY), Mercy College, Merrimack College, Molloy College, Monroe College, Monroe CC, Morrisville State College (SUNY), Mount St. Mary College, Nassau Community College, New York Institute of Technology, Nichols College, Northeastern University , New York University (NYU), NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, Ohio State University, Old Westbury (SUNY), Oneonta (SUNY), Onondaga Community College, Oswego (SUNY), Pace University, Parsons The New School For Design, Penn State- University Park Campus, Point Park University, Purchase (SUNY), Queens College (CUNY), Quinnipiac University, Rochester
Institute of Technology (RIT), Rowan University, Sienna College, Spelman College, St. Francis College, St. John's University, Stony Brook University (SUNY), Syracuse University, Temple University, Towson University, University at Albany (SUNY), University of Bridgeport, University of California- Santa Cruz, University of Connecticut, University of Hartford, University of Massachusetts - Amherst, University of New Haven, University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, University of Rochester, University of Scranton, University of Virginia, Virginia State University, Virginia Union University, Wagner College, Winston-Salem University, Wittenberg University , Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), York College (CUNY), York College of Pennsylvania
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