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The topic of sex education has recently become increasingly important around the world. Many high schools have decided to cut sex ed programs in the fear that they promote sexual activity (Serenko), but this is a misconception. There are no studies showing that teaching young adults about reproductive health encourages sexual activity. Sex ed classes have been rightly designed to inform kids about making advised choices regarding sexual activity, or even life choices in general (Serenko).


The Juul, a type of e-cigarette, has become incredibly popular among teens or young adults. The common misconception about the Juul is that it is safer than smoking. While it does not contain the same chemicals as a cigarette, it does contain nicotine, an extremely addictive substance.


Director of Development, Craig Pinto, was honored on October 25, 2018 by Nassau County Executive, Laura Curran for his recent world record of most field goals kicked in one minute. Eleven is the magic number, making this Mr. Pinto’s third world record. Students who are a part of the Global Scholars Program were there to cheer him on as he received his award.

Evelyn Altenberg

On September, 14 2018, Evelyn Altenberg from the Holocaust Memorial Center honored both the teacher and student body with a story that explained how her parents escaped death during World War II. She was the first of Lawrence Woodmere Academy’s Global Speakers.  Mrs. Altenberg spoke to the audience of Upper School students and faculty. The students sat in awe as they heard the beautiful love story of Lilo and Hans that kept them both alive during the hard and dangerous times of the Holocaust.


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