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COVID-19 Update - Jan. 25

The Malverne Community has been one of the safest in Nassau County throughout the COVID pandemic.  We remain so because we follow the safety protocols led by the Three W’s: “Wash your hands, Wear your mask, and Watch your distance”.  Last night, we received a communication about making masks optional as a result of a determination made by the Nassau County Supreme Court. This was shortly followed by a communication from the State Education Department requiring us to keep the mask mandate. This morning, another communication came about an appeal filed by the Governor that disagrees with the ruling of the Nassau Supreme Court. It has been a head turning night. We are going to do what we know is in the best interest of our students.  We will remain masked until the infection rates are back to the levels they were in April of last year when we made the masks optional.  When we say safety is our priority here in Malverne, we mean it.

Skyler Gray is a second grade student at Maurice W. Downing School.

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He is a talented young student who is eager to learn about different things in his environment that intrigue him. With a passion for playing the piano, Skyler hopes to perform and sing in front of an audience one day. To witness this progression through his mastery and effort, it is clear that Skyler works to excel in each new challenge he takes on.

Students Participate in Live Action Mario Kart

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Students at MWD joined together during physical education class to reenact Mario Kart. For the activity, they had to race around the track in a healthy competition using teamwork.

Date Added: 1/24/2022

Superintendent's Message - Jan. 20

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Davison Announces Spelling Bee Building Champions

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Davison Avenue school was buzzing with anticipation as the school held its building level spelling bee competition. One champion from each class competed in the schoolwide event, as part of this year’s new Scripps National Spelling Bee program. The competition was also live streamed on the Malverne Union Free School District’s YouTube channel.

Fourth grader Anisha Radmahon has been named the building champion and fifth grader Julian Benoit is the runner-up. Both students now qualify to take the online exam with a chance to compete at the regional level this spring.

The district wishes them best of luck on the exam.

Date Added: 1/21/2022

Wednesday, January 26, 2022