• At Ames, Midterms Can Be Fun and Games

    At Ames, Midterms Can Be Fun and Games

    Ninth graders in Advanced Placement Human Geography classes at Massapequa High School’s Ames Campus found a fun way to prepare for their midterm exams. During the week of Jan. 17-20, they worked in groups to create review activities with game show flair.

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  •  Midterms Spark a Mental Health Refresher at Ames

    Midterms Spark a Mental Health Refresher at Ames

    The mission of Active Minds is to raise awareness about mental health and wellness by exploring stress and its impact on teens. School-based chapters lead conversation, culture change and advocacy efforts. Students engage in discussions and activities about mental health and aim to decrease stigma.

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  •  Three Cheers for Massapequa’s Challenger Squad

    Three Cheers for Massapequa’s Challenger Squad

    Ed Hoffman, the physical education chairman and athletic coordinator at Berner Middle School, said that this was a new opportunity for the Challenger cheerleading squad, which normally cheers at Challenger basketball games. The team is comprised of students from grades 6-12, led by coaches Dr. Lauren Dean and Kathleen Wegener.

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  •  Ames Shares Decorated Doors With Lockhart Neighbors

    Ames Shares Decorated Doors With Lockhart Neighbors

    The hallways were so well decorated at the Massapequa High School Ames Campus that the festivity just had to be shared with others.

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  •  World AIDS Day

    AIDS Week Lessons Focus on Prevention

    Education about AIDS and HIV is an important part of the health curriculum in the district, with an entire week devoted to prevention each year.

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Albert Einstein

“Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.”

-Albert Einstein

Mark Twain

“Learning softeneth the heart and breedeth gentleness and charity.”

-Mark Twain

John Adams

“There are two types of education... One should teach us how to make a living, And the other how to live.”

-John Adams

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