School Board Passes Preliminary SSIP Plans

The Hicksville Board of Education accepted the district’s preliminary plans for its Smart School Investment Plan (SSIP) at their Wednesday, Feb. 15 board meeting....

Making His Hicksville Teachers Proud

John Sazaklis knows there’s no place like home. The New York Times-bestselling author and illustrator recalled his Hicksville roots while writing his latest children’s...

Nassau BOCES Parent-Child Home Program set to expand

The Nassau BOCES Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP) is currently working to expand its programs into more Long Island communities. The PCHP, an early intervention...

Chappell’s In The Vanguard Of Education

Ashley Chappell of the Hicksville School District was one of 48 students honored by Nassau BOCES Barry Tech recently for breaking new ground in...

Library Pride At Dutch Lane Elementary

Students and staff at Dutch Lane Elementary School in the Hicksville School District received a visit from Superintendent of Schools Dr. Carl Bonuso (pictured...

Hicksville Students Join Elite Scholars

Five Hicksville School District students attending Nassau BOCES Barry Tech were recently indcutociety (NTHS). These outstanding scholars were elected for the prestigious honor based...

District Applauds AP Scholars

The Hicksville School District recently announced that 112 students in the Hicksville High School Classes of 2014 and 2015 have earned the designation of...

Fundraising For Food

The Hicksville Middle School Student Council, with Principal Mara Jorisch (left) and advisers Jennifer Presti and Janice Fitzgerald, presented a representative of Long Island...

Students Support Service

The Hicksville High School Muslim Cultural Association (MCA) raised $1,147 for volunteer organization White Helmets, which operates in parts of Syria. The club, which...

Aspirational Regents Requirements Put Off

After some confusion and much discussion, the New York State Education Department has momentarily abandoned its plan to raise minimum passing requirements for its...