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VOL. 16 NO. 22 The week of September 3 - September 9, 1981 20 cents per copy
District Schools Ready to Open
Labor Day weekend is here! That means the
end of summer and the beginning of...SCHOOL!
It's time for that last minute rush to the
Dentist and Doctor for check-ups and shots. A
trip to the shoe store, causing great injury to the
wallet; and don't forget the haircuts.
While individual families are getting ready for
school, the schools in District 21 are getting
ready to open. Teachers are preparing their
classrooms, administrators are arranging
schedules and getting programs in order and
custodians are busy repairing, painting and
^cleaning everything in sight. Meanwhile, the
cafeteria workers are stocking the shelves and
readying their equipment.
Yes, the Bethpage Schools are "getting it all
together," ready to throw open the doors and
welcome all the kids from kindergarten to 12th
But, are the kids ready???
Mrs. Sukoff gets her room at Central Boulevard
ready for the special education class she
At Charles Campagne School, custodians John
Berardi [standing] and Tim Walsh are getting
things in working order.
The staff at J.F.K. Jr. High meets with Principal
Anthony Ducato, to discuss expectations of the
coming semester. Getting ready to greet this
years students are [1. to r.] Dorothy Lindsell,
Charlotte Eannel, Asst. Principal Jerry Giaimo,
Dorothy Hahn, Miriam Harris and Angela
The fourth grade class of Ms. Maureen Corbin at
Kramer Lane School will be welcomed with a
bright and cherry daisy motif.
The High School Gym is already in use as these
girls attend try-outs for the Varsity and Jr.
Varsity Volleyball Team.
Please Drive Carefully! Our kids are on their way to school. 7L