A Farmingdale student recently expanded her school's garden as a way to educate classmates about different types of plants. Abigail Malanga, an eighth-grader at Weldon E. Howitt Middle School, planted 13 species of succulents — plants with thick fleshy tissues that hold and retain water — in a large plastic bowl alongside an existing garden in her
A team from The Stony Brook School is the regional champion for the fifth time in the past six years of the Long Island Regional Ethics Bowl. Stony Brook’s team — Michael Chen, Theo Greenfield, Angel He,
Teams from Great Neck South, Syosset and Ward Melville high schools have taken the top spots in the high school division of this year’s Long Island Regional Science Olympiads. Eighty-six teams participated in one of the three competitions: Nassau East,
OLA of Eastern Long Island will put the $200,000 a year, three-year county grant into Youth Connect, its bilingual mental and emotional support program for local middle and high school students.
Threats on social media led Friday to another Wake County school going on a Code Red lockdown. In a message to families on Friday, East Garner Middle School said it learned at 11:30 a.m. that a student had posted a message on social media threatening ...
EAST JORDAN, MI – A Michigan middle school shoe club recently received a special delivery: a pair of bright red high heels from Dolly Parton. The iconic songwriter and country music legend wore the shoes while recording her upcoming rock and roll album.
Code Red lockdowns were lifted Friday at two Wake County middle schools, but students at one school will be sent home early following a nerve-wracking morning waiting for police to declare their campus safe.
The vacancy on the East Grand Rapids Board of Education was created by the resignation of trustee Brad Laackman.
Long Island students have been named winners in a competition that challenged them to demonstrate their knowledge and capabilities in a business environment. The 20th Annual Emerging Leaders Competition invited more than 250 high schoolers to make five-minute presentations on solutions to business-related topics in 15 categories including health ca
Pete Huse finds it interesting that although he never was a head varsity coach of any sport, he’s been able to be a high school athletics director for 27 years. Now in the middle of his eighth year at Columbus East,