Homework Help

Congratulations Schreiber Times!

The Schreiber Times newspaper received several awards by the Empire State Scholastic Press Association, an organization that provides education, resources and recognition to aspiring high school journalists in New York State.   

Did you know you can read The Schreiber Times in Teenspace?  Stop by and browse our newspapers and magazines.

French Homework Help

Thursdays, February 2, 9 & 16.

Students in grades 6-10 who are studying French and need help with grammar and pronunciation are invited to work with Sylvie Nouel Russo on Thursdays from 5:30-6:30 pm. No registration needed but students must bring their own textbooks.  Ms. Russo, a native from France has tutored students in French and is active in arranging French book fairs in international schools.

SAT Prep Course Series

Saturdays, January, 7, 14, 21, 28, February 4, 11, & 18

9:30 to 12:30 pm, 7 Sessions for $195

SCOPE Education Services, a Long Island education services provider with over 35 years of training will instruct this series of 7 sessions.  Each session is divided equally between verbal and math. The SAT textbook from the College Board will be provided.  Students are expected to attend all sessions and bring notebooks and pens to each class.

In-person registration begins in Teenspace on December 1.   A non-refundable fee $195 per student for 7 sessions is required at registration payable by check.  Checks should be made payable to Scope Education Services. Port Washington Students Only.

Scope is chartered by the New York State Board of Regents and governed by a board of directors that is made up of school superintendents and college representatives.

Teen Video Challenge Winner!

“Summer Reading at New York State Libraries” is proud to announce the “You Are Here” CSLP Teen Video Challenge 2011 New York State winner, 1 of 20 Collaborative Summer Library Program winners.

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Teen Video Challenge Winners!

New Historical Fiction

Deadly by Julie Chibbaro

In the early nineteen-hundreds, 16-year-old Prudence Galewski leaves school to take a job assisting the head epidemiologist at New York’s Department of Health and Sanitation, investigating the intriguing case of “Typhoid Mary,” a seemingly healthy woman who is infecting others with typhoid fever. Includes a historical note by the author.