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Molly Prep thrived at suburban Huntington High School, where she was the Class of 2013’s salutatorian. She has transitioned in seamless fashion to life in one of the biggest cities in the world. The teenager is a freshman at New York University in Manhattan. FSL Hires First Medical Director
Dr. John Robert Udarbe, Pediatric and General Psychiatrist, has joined Family Service League as Medical Director. Dr. Udarbe will oversee a medical staff of 20, including doctors and nurse practitioners, and will also provide direct services to children, adolescents, and adults with mental illness. The Best College Essay Ever!
On September 18, the Northport Girls’ Varsity Swimming team headed out to their first meet of the season against Smithtown. Despite the fact that Northport’s team is less than half the size of Smithtown’s, the girls only lost the meet by nine points; their final score was 84 points to Smithtown’s 93. Fall Financial Aid "To Do" List [VIDEO]
Quickie video reveals key mistakes to avoid if you want to maximize your eligibility for financial aid.
There is always controversy surrounding school nurse lice screenings vs. wet head checks at a professional Lice Removal Boutique. School nurses do an amazing job at caring for our children. Many nurses also provide a cautious head check for lice. The reality is, they do not have the time or the extensive training to thoroughly investigate our children’s heads.