COVID-19 vaccine mandates introduced across schools and childcare centers ‘to protect vulnerable Queenslanders’

Queensland will mandate COVID-19 vaccines for all workers in public and private schools, child care centers, the penitentiary and airports. Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk announced that all staff must have had at least one dose of a vaccine by December 17 and must be fully vaccinated by January 23 – before the start of the … Read more

New Jersey District to remove Woodrow Wilson’s name from high school

A school district in New Jersey plans to rename one of its schools named after former President Woodrow Wilson because of what critics say is a legacy of racism. Camden School District will rename 90-year-old Woodrow Wilson High School after voting on the measure nearly 18 months ago, NJ.com reported. The campaign for change began … Read more

Reece Ramos sets the tone as the North Shore wins the Long Island Class IV championship

Reece Ramos jumped up and down the field, smiling broadly and waving emphatically, shouting “goose eggs!” into the clear Stony Brook sky. Junior defensive lineman was a champion. Ramos was at the heart of the North Shores’ 7-0 victory over the Shoreham-Wading River in the Long Island Class IV championship game Saturday at Kenneth P. … Read more

Eastport-South Manor boys’ volleyball in good hands with Ayden DesLauriers

Senior outsider hitter Jake DesLauriers may have been the focal point for Eastport-South Manor winning the boys volleyball state Division II championship in Albany on Saturday, November 20, but his family’s influence on the Sharks’ success is unlikely to end there. DesLauriers’ younger brother and newcomer Ayden DesLauriers also played a key role in Eastport … Read more

Newcomer North Shore beats the perennial power Shoreham-Wading River for the Long Island Class IV title

The Shoreham-Wading River owned the tradition. The Wildcats played in the Long Island Class IV championship game for the sixth time in eight seasons after winning the title on four occasions. North Shores players, on the other hand, were the new guys for the football party. The Vikings had won the program’s first Nassau title … Read more

‘Ultra awakened’ ASL principal by leaving center accuses of anti-Semitism

The principal of England’s most expensive private day school is leaving his post following a revolt by parents claiming an “ultra-awake” curriculum led to anti-Semitic incidents. Robin Appleby, who has run the prestigious, $ 50,000-a-year-old American School in London since 2017, is reportedly on her way out to “focus on her own well-being and that … Read more

Jack Cascadden overcomes a knee injury to play a major role in Garden City’s Long Island Class II title

Jack Cascadden held up the award, a plaque shaped like Long Island. He could not have worked harder to be out on the turf Saturday to help Garden City earn it. Just about two weeks ago, he got a sprained PCL in his right knee during the Nassau Conference II semifinal against Carey. It knocked … Read more

Luke Schmitt throws two touchdown passes as Garden City capture the Long Island Class II title

Luke Schmitt, who is so used to leading a devastating ball of a Garden City offense that no opponent in Nassau was able to slow down this season, was called to a largely unknown task in the first quarter of Saturday’s Long Island Class II championship match: To tip. A few minutes later, the senior … Read more