Busy law firm looking for a full time Administrative Assistant for our Long Island location with the ability to multi-task and work under pressure. This is a demanding fast paced environment that receives countless calls throughout the day; and requires the candidate to be highly organized. Looking for a friendly individual with a pleasant demeanor, and excellent phone and computer skills. Other job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, maintaining reception area, assisting attorneys with calendaring events, translating for clients, etc. MUST BE BILINGUAL (Spanish/English)! Evening and weekend availability is required.
Prohibits administering standardized tests to students in Pre-kindergarten through grade two.
Student’s Permanent Record
State assessment scores for grades three through eight may not be recorded on a student’s permanent record or official transcript and notices sent to parents providing test scores shall include a statement that the scores are for diagnostic purposes.
No school district can make any student promotion or placement decisions solely on the state-administered assessment tests for grades three through eight.
Test requirements for English language learners and students with disabilities
In an effort to keep children safe Senator Boyle is teaming up with Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco and the Brightwaters Neighborhood Watch Group to offer parents and guardians free child ID cards under Operation SAFE CHILD on Saturday, June 14th.
The Operation SAFE CHILD Card is a free program service administered by the New York State Sheriffs’ Association, Inc. with the technological support of the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services.
Senator Phil Boyle urges residents to properly dispose of unused medications
Monday, June 2, 2014 - Bay Shore, NY - Every day in the United States 2,500 youth, ages 12 to 17, abuse a prescription pain reliever for the first time. As the Chair of the Senate Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Committee, Senator Boyle believes it is imperative to bring this statistic down and stop the nation’s teens from using and exploring drugs and medications found around the home. That is why Senator Boyle is hosting two “Shed the Meds” events on Saturday, June 7th and Saturday, July 12th.
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Senator Boyle joined with his fellow Senators for the Veteran’s Hall of Fame Celebration. Each year in Albany legislators take time to recognize outstanding Veterans from communities across the State. This year’s honoree from the Fourth Senate District was former Navy Petty Officer Third Class Armen Enkababian who served our country from 1966 to 1970. Petty Officer Enkababian received numerous awards and citations from the United States Navy in recognition of his outstanding service. Armen continues to serve our country through community involvement. Armen is known for his honesty, integrity and loyalty. He serves as post commander of the American Legion Post 94. He is also a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Disabled American Veterans and Vietnam Veterans of America.
On Tuesday, May 13th, Senator Phil Boyle honored Andrea Curran of West Islip at the New York State Senate’s 17th Annual Women of Distinction celebration in Albany. The Women of Distinction event is a time to honor outstanding women whose contributions have enriched the quality of life in communities across New York State.
Earth Day Poster Contest. This year we received many outstanding posters that exemplify the creativity of the young people in the 4th Senatorial District.
Each entry from my District displayed tremendous originality and vision as well as obvious concern for the ecological future of our communities and our state. I am proud of your work and that of your classmates, and encourage you to continue to study and learn more about the serious challenges that face our environment.
I am pleased to announce that the winner of the 2014 Earth Day Poster Contest from my District is:
Jasmine MartinezGrade 4Maud S. Sherwood Elementary
JOINT SENATE TASK FORCE ON HEROIN AND OPIOID ADDICTION ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE FOR 12 FORUMS TO BE HELD STATEWIDE First Forum in Brentwood on Tuesday, April 8th to Examine Addiction Treatment and Prevention The New York State Senate Majority Coalition today announced the schedule for the Joint Senate Task Force on Heroin and Opioid Addiction. Twelve forums will be held statewide to solicit input on the rise in the use of heroin and opioids and to develop legislative recommendations
Provides overall HR generalist functions with an emphasis on benefits coordination. The duties include but are not limited to: Plans, administers, interprets and communicates employee benefits program to ensure legal compliance with Federal and State laws, and adherence to Company policies and guidelines. These include but are not limited to general health benefits, pension, 401(k), Employee Stock Purchase and Options, FMLA, ADA, COBRA, etc. Responsible for ensuring accurate input in HR and Benefit database systems, as well as providing training and support to all management, employees, and performs payroll and employee relations duties as required.
SENATE MAJORITY COALITION ANNOUNCES JOINT TASK FORCE ON HEROIN AND OPIOID ADDICTION Panel Will Develop Recommendations to Prevent and Treat Addiction and Its Related Crimes Senate Majority Coalition Co-Leaders Dean Skelos and Jeffrey Klein today announced the creation of the Senate Task Force on Heroin and Opioid Addiction to examine the rise in use of heroin and other opioids in New York State and develop recommendations for treating and preventing