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NYSDOH summarizes cancer incidence study in NEN district via virtual Q&A

Jul 8, 2022 | Schools

This past Thursday evening, the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) held a virtual public webinar to provide information regarding the investigation of cancer incidence in the Northport-East Northport district and…

NYS Department of Health releases 20-year cancer study on school district community

Jun 29, 2022 | Schools

The results of a study launched in 2020 by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) regarding cancer rates in the Northport-East Northport school district were released last week. The investigation was conducted after…

Sunny days: Northport High School class of 2022 graduates

Jun 25, 2022 | Schools

The Northport High School class of 2022 celebrated its commencement ceremony on Saturday, June 25 alongside peers and family members at Tiger Stadium. The sunny ceremony follows years of hard work and growth and began with…

Northport High School graduation this weekend; oboe and math majors to headline ceremony

Jun 22, 2022 | Schools

Northport High School Class of 2022 student Esther Loring has been selected as valedictorian , and classmate Michael Torres as salutatorian. “Esther and Michael have exemplified what it means to be a Tiger through not only…

Over 80 students presented scholarships at Northport High School senior awards

Jun 12, 2022 | Schools

The 50th Annual Senior Awards Ceremony at Northport High School recognized over 80 students awarded various scholarships from community members and local organizations. This special event honors high schoolers who have been…

Northport High School students participate in nationwide walkout against gun violence

May 26, 2022 | Schools

A steady flow of Northport High School students exited the school at noon today, part of a nationwide walkout organized by Students Demand Action, a movement that began in 2016 (and built momentum after the 2018 mass shooting…

School district budget passes; all three incumbents retain seats on board

May 17, 2022 | Schools

The Northport-East Northport school district’s 2022-2023 budget passed on May 17, receiving 2,285 “yes” votes and 1,674 “no” votes.The results of the vote and trustee election were delivered to the community at approximately…

A Q&A with the candidates for NENUFSD Board of Education trustee

May 11, 2022 | Schools

On Tuesday, May 17, Northport and East Northport residents will be voting to fill three open seats on the Board of Education. There are four candidates running: Frank Labate, Allison Noonan, Larry Licopoli and Tom Loughran.…

Annual school district budget vote and election of trustees less than two weeks away

May 6, 2022 | Schools

A public hearing on the 2022-2023 finalized budget was held yesterday evening, with Superintendent of Schools Robert Banzer presenting for one last time an overview of the budget before the district’s upcoming annual budget…

Meet the Candidates forum, hosted by PTA Council, scheduled for May 10

May 3, 2022 | Schools

The Northport-East Northport UFSD PTA Council announced late last week its annual Meet the Candidates forum, scheduled for Tuesday, May 10 from 7:30-9:30pm. Residents wishing to submit questions must do so via email by…

UTN shows up to support colleagues amidst “unwarranted acts,” union president demands better plan for September

Apr 30, 2022 | Schools

At least 100 members of United Teachers of Northport (UTN) showed up in solidarity with the district’s coaches, health and physical education teachers this past Tuesday, April 26, gathering outside the Brosnan building prior…

Northport-East Northport teacher a “beacon of light”

Apr 28, 2022 | Schools

Northport-East Northport teacher and STEM Coordinator Jennifer Baranaskas has been awarded the Long Island STEM Education Leadership Association (LISTEMELA) Star Award for her work in developing the district’s “STEM…

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