Elmont Memorial High School senior Liliann Ulysse has been awarded the Amazon Future Engineers scholarship for $40,000, as well as the Amazon Black Employee Network Scholarship for $20,000. Both scholarships recognize students for their exceptional contributions in the areas of computer science and engineering.
The district’s Robotics Club competed in and won various awards at the Long Island FIRST Tech Challenge Championship.
Sewanhaka High School student Daniel Denehy recently completed his Eagle Scout Project for Troop 298 of New Hyde Park.
H. Frank Carey High School student-artist Sandy Yang had her artwork selected to be displayed at the Heckscher Museum of Art as part of the “Long Island’s Best: Young Artists” exhibition.
Elmont Memorial High School student-researchers Christopher Alexander, Bryanna Scott and Malik Hyman presented their work and won awards at the virtual New York State Science and Engineering Fair.
Floral Park Memorial High School senior Jacob Sinanan has been recognized as a finalist in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
The district Senior Robotics Club competed and received several awards at a FIRST Tech Challenge Regional Qualifying Tournament organized by the School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. (SBPLI), which was held remotely from March 15-22.
The Sewanhaka Central High School District appointed Nichole Allen as the principal of Sewanhaka High School at the board of education meeting on March 23.
The boys district swim team qualified for counties in the 200 medley relay. Christian Cordova (HFC) earned the title of All Division by taking third place in the 100 backstroke. At the county meet, the relay (Christian; Brian Florkowsi, NHP; Ethan Calhoun, FPM; and Ryan Yu, HFC) performed well, and Christian went on to make it to the finals! Overall, the boys had a fantastic season and look forward to next year!
The Floral Park Camol Clan #2438 First Lego League team competed and won an award at the remote School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. (SBPLI) Qualifying Tournament on March 13.
New Hyde Park Memorial High School’s science research team earned second place during Northwell Health’s Medical Marvels Research Competition, held on March 5.