On March 4th and 5th, Elmont Memorial High School presented Footloose: The Musical. Both performances were to crowds of over 400 audience members. A special free performance was given on March 2nd for the local senior citizens. The show featured a showcase of multi-talented young male and female performers from the 9th through 12th grades. The musical was directed by music teacher Nickolette Kacharaba, produced by music teacher Christine Johnson and choreographed by special education teacher Rachel Unterricht. The performance captured the magic of a Broadway play.
Senator Jack Martins was back in Elmont this past week touring Elmont Memorial High School and meeting with faculty and students as part of his district tour. Principal John Capozzi led the Senator around the school meeting with students and teachers. This is the fourth visit to Elmont for Senator Martins since January to meet with community members and leaders.
Mr. Capozzi gave Senator Martins a briefing on the school, the student body and the goals that the different classes have this year. In addition, Martins visited classrooms, the Science Research lab and school facilities. Along the way, Senator Martins spoke to students, faculty and community members about the school.
"I'm very excited to be serving on the NCC Board of Trustees. I'm looking forward to further enhancing the image of the College and assisting it in fulfilling its mission," said Prime
Prime, who is senior partner in the law firm of Prime & O'Brien, LLP in Garden City, deals with criminal, matrimonial and real estate law, as well as guardianship, wills and estates.