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.
On Aug. 22, Principal Albert Cousins and the high school administration team including Assistant Principal Jennifer Imperiale and Assistant Principal Kevin Kurrus warmly welcomed the freshman class of 2013-14 to North Shore High School.
St. John’s Military School Leadership Camp began earlier this month with a number of exceptional students in attendance that have been chosen as cadet leaders to guide the corps for the 2013-14 school year, including Luke Whtting from Glen Head.
“Leadership Camp at St. John’s is an opportunity to provide a period of intense leadership training for the selected cadets that will assume student leadership responsibilities,” said
Andy England, president of St. John’s, a private military school in Kansas for young men in the sixth grade through high school. “They take classes in situational leadership, leadership ethics, motivational techniques, professionalism and take part in team-building activities.”
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