News & Events
Passing through Penn Station? Look and listen for trains, but also for the continuous looping video along the 34th Street corridor of Garden City’s Wind Ensemble performing “Change at Jamaica,” an original work by Pulitzer Prize winning composer and Adelphi University Professor Paul Moravec, . . .
Pictured above are teams of Garden City High School students from science research teacher Dr. Steven Gordon’s class who traveled to St. John's University on April 27th to compete in the 2013 Chemagination competition, . . .
April was National Youth Traffic Safety and National Distracted Driving Month. Beginning the week of April 8th, and in collaboration with the middle school PTA President Mrs. Beth Spirakis, Assistant Principal Susan Lee, and Home Base coordinator Danielle Caruthers, Garden City Middle School participated in the “Safe Driving Campaign” sponsored by “New York State Teen Safe Driving Coalition’s Teen Crashes Program.” This annual campaign, . . .
Garden City High School students in Dr. Christina Failla’s and Ms. Nora Artibee’s Spanish 4 classes, and Mr. Peter Berg’s Spanish 2 classes competed on April 25th in the Hofstra University’s “Concurso Anual de Poesía”
The Long Island Language Teachers’ Association (LILT) Poster Contest celebrates National Foreign Language Week, which takes place in March of each year. Students in Garden City Middle School participated in the LILT poster contest. This year, . . .
For another straight year, Garden City students in Marie Nuzzi’s Spanish classes walked away winners in the LILT (Long Island Language Teachers) Student Foreign Language Competition. Once again, they received first, second, and third place awards in every category, . . .
Please remember to vote! The 2013-2014 school district Budget Vote and the election of two Board of Education members will take place on Tuesday, May 21st from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the Garden City High School gymnasium. Also on May 21st, . . .
Please join us for delicious Italian food, dancing, and music, . . .
In an effort to clarify the donation process to the school district from extracurricular or co-curricular parent or community support groups such as “booster” clubs or organizations, the Board of Education, . . .
High school senior Shannon Carman is one of only two Long Island recipients of the Judy Abrams Scholarship, an award given each year by the AATSP, . . .
Early last month, college admissions representatives and alumni representatives visited Garden City High School to share their expertise with students. Representatives from Molloy College, Hofstra University, Iona College, Manhattan College, Briarcliffe College, Hamilton College and Dartmouth College, . . .
It is every U.S. citizen’s right and privilege to participate in the election process. Garden City residents who are registered voters in Nassau County and have voted in a local, state, or federal election in the past four years can vote in the school election, . . .
Please Join Us! The third annual Jamie and Paige Malone Family “Fun Raiser” will be held on Friday, May 17th from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the Garden City High School cafeteria.
Because the proposed 2012-2014 budget (3.19% with STAR) falls below the maximum allowable tax levy for Garden City Public Schools (3.91%), a simple majority (50% + 1) is required for passage. If the budget referendum fails to achieve a simple majority, . . .
On April 23rd, U.S. News & World Report released its annual list of “Best High Schools” based on three data sources, . . .
Congratulations to Garden City Middle School’s seventh and eighth grade German students who took part in the Annual German Language Sprachfest at Commack High School on March 23rd. They maintained their first place lead, . . .
What exactly does the proposed 2013-2014 school district budget preserve, and what would be cut? . . .
Congratulations to Jacquelyn Seskin, Garden City High School’s Class of 2013 Salutatorian and recently announced National Merit Scholarship Winner, . . .
Dr. Peter Osroff, principal of Garden City Middle School, was honored before more than 240 of Long Island’s most ardent public education supporters recently, as one of 14 honorees to receive the Nassau BOCES Education Partner Award, . . .
Margaux DelGuidice, librarian and media specialist at Garden City High School has been named a “Mover & Shaker” by Library Journal. In its March 15, 2013 issue, the journal named 50 outstanding professionals, . . .