This post was updated on 1/15/16. On Jan. 7th, I attended my first PTA meeting ever at the Davison Ave. school, as I transitioned to a higher grade. (After attending many meetings at M.W. Downing primary school previously). Davison Ave. school serves students in grades 3-5. It was not a totally strange environment, as I recognized few familiar and friendly faces. Fair part of the meeting was dedicated to the upcoming Bingo and other … Continue reading →
The representatives of Malverne union free district met in public on October 13th. The meeting agenda revealed preparations for windows replacement at the HS gym, as well as toilets upgrade and installation of lights at the main stadium. Davison school will get new roof, toilets renovated, and windows replaced. H.T. Herber school will get toilets renovated.
The Malverne school community representatives opened their September meeting in public with awards recognizing successful students and teachers. Attendees were invited to a BookTalk, the first parent academy of the school year 2015-16. (It took place at Davison Ave school on Sep. 21st). More academies will be coming, but topics, nor dates were disclosed. It appears they’ll be dispersed throughout the year which requires residents to reserve multiple evenings, if topics offered will be … Continue reading →
The post has been updated on May 21st, 2014 Malverne Mule has been selected to administer three Regents Examination Field Tests. (They may have already started). The tests are Algebra 2/Trigonometry, Physics, and Geometry. The field test means that the test publisher is “fielding” how students answered the questions and, eventually, would adjust them for the real test. A field test has no other purpose. It goes directly to the company. It is not graded. … Continue reading →