Brother And Sister To Receive Master’s Degrees

Joanna and Thomas Ryder will be awarded their Master’s Degrees on May 18th and May 14th respectively. Joanna a 2006 Garden City High School alumna will receive her M.A. degree from Adelphi University’s Ruth S. Ammon School of Education as part of a 5- year B.A./M.A. Scholar Teacher Education Program (STEP). Joanna received her B.A. degree in May 2009 from […]

Superintendent Addresses Social Networking Concern

A nasty trend that has surfaced on a social networking site will not be tolerated in Garden City Public Schools, announced Superintendent of Schools Dr. Robert Feirsen. Administrators were notified this week that Garden City Middle School students initiated groups on Facebook which designated May 11 as “Hug a Slut Day.” The following day students were encouraging their classmates to […]

Primary and Elementary School Students Practice Being “Bucket Fillers”

Do you know what it means to be a “bucket filler?” How about a “bucket scooper?” Children in Garden City’s primary and elementary schools know the answer to these questions! A metaphor for an individual’s well being, his/her heart, and his/her feelings, each person carries a “bucket” which can be added to with the kind acts of others or taken […]

College Notes

Crystal Sourour of Garden City recently presented her work entitled, “Da Vinci’s Portrayal of Women” at a symposium organzined by the Castle Scholars Program, of which Crystal is a member.

Named Semifinalist In Presidential Scholars Program

Michael J. Abatemarco, a graduating senior at Garden City HS, has been named one of approximately 560 semifinalists in the 2010 U.S. Presidential Scholars program. The semifinalists were selected from more than 3,000 candidates on the basis of superior achievements, leadership qualities, personal character, and involvement in community and school activities. Final selection of the Scholars will be made by […]

St. Joseph School Hosts Golf Outing

Students And Staff Collect Tee Shirts For Haiti

Chamber To Hear Mayor Rothschild’s State Of The Village Address

The Garden City Chamber of Commerce invites members of both the business and residential communities to attend its season finale luncheon on Wednesday, May 26, 11:30 a.m. at the Garden City Hotel when Mayor Robert J. Rothschild will address “The State of the Village of Garden City.” Rob Rothschild has been Mayor of the Village of Garden City since April […]

Police Solve Car Theft Incidents

Garden City Police believe they have solved a rash of incidents of thefts from vehicles in recent weeks. According to Garden City Police Commissioner Ernest Cipullo, the department has arrested two teams of subjects over the past weekend that police say were responsible for numerous thefts from vehicles. On May 8th at about 1:36 a.m., the Garden City Police were […]

Trustees Expected To Accept Draft EIS in June

The long-awaited Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed demolition of St. Paul’s School may be accepted by the Garden City Board of Trustees at its June 17th meeting, announced Village Counsel Gerard Fishberg. The document will provide a study of the ramifications of taking down the buildings and include recommendations on how to mitigate any potential adverse impacts. Fishberg […]