Superintendent of Schools Maria L. Rianna conducted her first district-wide Superintendent’s Conference Day as Glen Cove’s educational leader when welcoming the entire staff for convocation at Glen Cove High School on Aug. 29, prior to the Sept. 3 opening of school.
The Glen Cove City School District will hold a special election on Oct. 21 to fill the vacant spot on the Board of Education left by former trustee Joel Sunshine, who resigned last month when he moved to a different school district. The candidate is needed to fulfill the balance of the unexpired term through June 30, 2014.
Those interested in running for the open seat can pick up a packet at Thayer House during business hours; petitions for candidates are due to the district clerk by Oct. 1 at 5 p.m. and need at least 100 signatures.
The election will be held at Robert M. Finley Middle School, where polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Glen Cove School District opened its doors to all students for the start of the 2013-14 year on Tuesday, Sept. 3. New Superintendent of Schools Maria L. Rianna stopped by schools to greet parents and welcome students.
“Lots of smiling faces,” said Rianna, who led the convocation of faculty and staff the previous week in preparation for the new year.
On Tuesday, Sept. 3, the students of the North Shore School District were warmly welcomed back by Superintendent Dr. Edward Melnick, the Board of Education, the administration, all the principals and assistant principals, and faculty and staff.
On Aug. 21, Principal Dr. Marc Ferris and Assistant Principal Rachel Green welcomed the incoming sixth grade class of 2013-14 to North Shore Middle School. The 216 students were graciously greeted by the middle school administrators, faculty and staff and participated in an orientation. Principal Ferris reiterated the school slogan, Everyone Matters, Everyone Cares, Everyone Learns, and assured his students that, “North Shore Middle School is a place where everyone feels that they matter, where everyone takes the time to care about the individual needs of others, and where everyone feels safe and inspired to learn.”
During the orientation, the sixth graders took a tour of their classrooms, opened their lockers, participated in fun meet and greet games, and enjoyed a delicious BBQ sponsored by the Middle School PTO.
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