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National Honor Society Leads in Virtual Tutoring

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The Middle-High School’s National Honor Society officers took action amid the district closure by initiating virtual tutoring sessions to continue to serve the community in a safe and helpful way. The idea is to help the parents as well as make a one-on-one connection with younger students. Officers Lauren Basso, Sarah Beattie, Carly Perruzza and Samantha Wagner met virtually on March 18 with society members to hash out the idea. Parents of students in grades 5-8 were sent a Google form to complete in order to sign up their children. With 37 tutors ready to assist, the NHS received 34 responses. Officers paired members up with the students and set up appointments. The tutors check in on the students and help them with any assignments they need. The program has been a success and the NHS has received positive feedback.

Students Go Virtual for Leadership Conference

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The Middle-High School Key Club took part in a virtual Leadership Training Conference this past weekend and won several prestigious awards.

Melissa Pereira was awarded Outstanding Senior, Hana Zhang was awarded Distinguished Bulletin Editor for her Key Club publications on the Crossroads news site, Nicholas Pascarella was awarded Distinguished Treasurer and the club was recognized as an Early Bird Club for being diligent with upkeeping the school’s dues/financials. 

The Key Club is most proud of being named no. 1 in New York State for Excellence in Fundraising. 

The Carle Place School District is proud of this achievement and applauds the dedication that these students have devoted to the district community.

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