MHS Thespian Society Presents its 2015 Production of Shrek the Musical

County Champions

Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Basketball team for being Nassau County Class B Basketball Champions! Be part of the pride and cheer them on at the county championships against Southampton High School on March 10 at LIU Post. A bus will be provided for community members who are interested in attending. Please contact Athletic Director Patricia Desormeau at for more details.

Howard T. Herber Middle School 2014-15 2nd Quarter Honor Roll Students


Malverne High School 2014-15 2nd Quarter Honor Roll Students


Repeal the GEA – We Need Your Help


During the past four years, Malverne has seen a major decline in state aid due to the Gap Elimination Adjustment, or GEA, imposed by the state on districts like ours. Money is being collected from our taxpayers and not being used to directly benefit our students, and it is out of the district’s control. Intended to be a short-term solution to the state's financial crisis, it has now become an additional source of revenue used to subsidize what many then characterized as overspending, and now describe as a surplus. Because of the GEA, since 2009-10 an average of more than $1,000,000 has been withheld from our district annually, and despite the state “surplus,” an additional $876,123 has been withheld for the 2014-15 school year.

By accessing the link below, you can sign a petition showing your support for the repeal of the GEA. The deadline for signing the petition is March 19th. Signing the petition will only take a few moments of your time, but it could make a financial difference to our community and students!


March Board Meeting Date Change

1. The Regular March BOE Meeting is being changed from 3/10 to 3/24 at MHS Library at 8 PM.

2. The BOE Budget Meeting originally scheduled for 3/17 is rescheduled to 3/24 at MHS Library at 7 PM.

BEE-ing a Winner

The Davison Avenue Social Studies Club is once again participating in the National Geographic Bee. Congratulations to school bee winner, fifth grader Liam Flynn, who recently completed a written examination to determine his eligibility for the state competition. Up to 100 of the top scorers on that test in each state will be chosen to compete in the next level on March 27th.

Raya Harrison is a third-grade student at Davison Avenue Intermediate School.

Raya Harrison is a third-grade student at Davison Avenue Intermediate School. She has been on the high honor roll this year and is an active member of the school's Literary Lions and Continental Math clubs. Raya has been a Peacemaker of the Month and is always helpful to all of her classmates.

100th Day

In honor of the 100th day of school students at Maurice W. Downing dressed up like they were 100 years old.

Board Excellence Award

Danielle Hopkins, second vice president of the Board of Education, was recognized at the Feb. 10 meeting with the New York State School Boards Association's Board Excellence Award. This award recognizes the extensive time and effort put forth by a board member who strives to continually expand his or her governance, knowledge and skills through developmental activities. The district congratulates Ms. Hopkins on this honor.

Superintendent Takes On Special Forces

The Special Forces at Davison recently invited Superintendent of Schools Dr. James Hunderfund to visit during their lunch period. The group of fifth-graders got to have lunch with the administrator and offered thoughtful suggestions for improving their school. In addition, they asked Dr. Hunderfund various questions on his career and how he became a superintendent.

Donations for the Dogs

The student council at MWD collected goods for a local non-profit organization called Fur Babies Rescue. The group collected items such as dry dog food, beds, toys, crates, and collars for the cause. Members of the student council are pictured with teacher Terri Patton, who fosters puppies through the organization.

Farewell at Final Game

The Girls Varsity Basketball team bid farewell to seniors Stephanie Gee, Kym Danns and Alexis Lopez this week as the team played its final home game of the season. The team is coached by Micheal Pelan.

Superhero Challenge


Shrek the Musical! March 4, 6 & 7th! Performance and Ticket Information

MHS Thespian Society

Presents its 2015 Production of....

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 March 4th, 6th, 7th

Save the Date - Family Math Day March 21, 2015


A Conference for Parents & Children

March 21, 2015

Stratford Road School, Plainview, NY 11803

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East Rockaway UFSD

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Malverne UFSD

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Presented by Nassau County Mathematics Teachers' Association and

Nassau County Association of Mathematics Supervisors

with the support of the Sponsoring Districts

Saturday Pre-K Program Registration Info


Relay for Life Fundraiser 2015

The Malverne Community will be hosting its 5th annual American Cancer Society Relay For Life this May!

The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is a life-changing, intergenerational event that gives everyone in communities across the globe a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the challenges a cancer diagnosis brings.

Please join with your families, friends, and neighbors as Malverne helps the American Cancer Society FINISH THE FIGHT against cancer!

Join us on Friday May 1, 2015 from 5pm-11pm at the Malverne High School Track!

Relay For Life is a community event that celebrates the lives of cancer survivors, remembers those we have lost & fights back against this disease!

If you have any questions, or would like to Join the Planning Committee, you can contact Sarah Sobel at 631-300-3154 or at

You can sign up for Relay For Life today: (registration is COMPLETELY FREE!)

Hope to see you there!

Friday, March 06, 2015