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Architects: Valley Stream high school closer to capacity than first thought

A new study of North High School commissioned by the Valley Stream Central High School District has determined that the school's functional capacity is lower than previously thought, seeming to confirm suspicions that the school is too crowded and complicating the job of a committee tasked with examining the role of a decades-old school choice policy. "The last time we did this study was about 10 years ago," Superintendent Bill Heidenreich said at a committee meeting on Oct. 26. "... [It] costs about $10,000, and this came from the community, and we're taking this seriously because we need to ensure that our schools are safe."

Wednesday, November 1, 2017/Author: of views (310)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating

Jack Martins: Let judges revoke pensions in corruption cases

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Thursday, October 19, 2017/Author: of views (245)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating

Man says Franklin Square priest abused him

The same day that the Diocese of Rockville Centre unveiled its compensation program on Monday for victims of clergy sexual abuse, Boston attorney Mitchell Garabedian stood outside the diocese's headquarters on North Park Avenue with one of his clients, asserting that the church, through the program, is "trying to put a positive spin on an evil situation." The man he is representing, Thomas McGarvey, was 16 when he alleges that a priest began sexually abusing him at St. Catherine of Sienna Church in Franklin Square.

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