George W. Hewlett High School 60 Everit Ave, Hewlett, NY11557 Hewlett High School serves students within the Hewlett-Woodmere School District. In addition to academics, the school…More features the Bulldogs sports teams and many clubs. Its students have a long history of community service. The school stresses to its students the three R's: responsibility, respect and reason. It also offers college-credit courses from Syracuse University Project Advance and Long Island University. Thomas Russo is the principal of the school.
The Franklin Early Childhood Center strives to make the transition from home to school as comfortable and easy as…More possible for parents and children. The staff tries to foster individual growth and help a child grow to his or her full potential.
The Hewlett-Woodmere district established its early education program in 1966 and opened the Franklin school in 1983. The principal of the school is Bonnie Epstein.
Ogden Elementary School 875 Longview Ave, Valley Stream, NY11581 The staff of Ogden, one of two elementary schools in the Hewlett-Woodmere School District, believes in educating the…More "whole child." It strives to offer students thought-provoking and challenging lessons in a nurturing environment. The school was remodeled for the 2010-2011 school year. Its principal is Joan Birringer-Haig.
Five Towns Senior Center 37 E Rockaway Rd, Hewlett, NY11557 Five Towns Senior Center has been in continuous operation since the 1950s. In collaboration with the Hewlett-Woodmere…More school district, the center provides Senior Citizens with educational programming and lectures through intergenerational learning. Five Towns Senior Center offers daily engagements such as creative writing courses, T'ai'chi, internet instruction and sculpting classes. To view a list of its monthly events please visit it online.