(Jamaica, NY) The William Wordsworth School-P.S. /I.S. #48 moved into a new building last month. The five story structure boasts a state of the art auditorium, library, science resource room, art studio, science labs, gymnasium and a fully equipped cafeteria/kitchen. Presently, the building services grades Pre-K-5 and is inclusive of District 75.
SENATOR SHIRLEY L. HUNTLEY WELCOMES THE BLACK COLLEGE EXPO RETURN TO NEW YORK "Students have the opportunity to get ACCEPTED on the SPOT"
Diamond Bar, Calif., August 23, 2011 - New York State Senator Shirley L. Huntley Welcomes the Black College Expo (BCE) to New York to help students and their families with the college admission process.
News From New York StateSenator Shirley L. HuntleyFor Immediate Release: November 22, 2011Contact: Bryant G. Gaspard | firstname.lastname@example.org | (518) 455-3531
Senator Shirley L. Huntley Emphasizes the Importance of Giving Back this Thanksgiving Season
While Thanksgiving is the time of year when people spend time with their family and friends and give thanks for all they have, Senator Shirley L. Huntley (D-Jamaica) noted that the holiday also offers New Yorkers the opportunity to help the less fortunate.
Joint - Senate Standing Committee on Social ServicesChair: Senator Patrick M. Gallivanand Senate Standing Committee on Children and FamiliesChair: Senator Diane J. SavinoRoundtable: A Roundtable Discussion on the current and future issues and concerns of human services administrators, advocates and clientsPlace: Senate Hearing Room, 250 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York, New YorkTime: 10:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.
News From New York StateSenator Shirley L. HuntleyFor Immediate Release: December 12, 2011Contact: Antonio Rodriguez | email@example.com | (518) 455-3531
Senator Shirley L. Huntley Announces Passage of Inner City Youth Employment Program
Senator Shirley L. Huntley (D-Jamaica) announced the passage of a new Inner City Youth Employment Program and Tax credit initiative for the State of New York. The new bill (S. 50002) establishes an $87 million program in grants, training funds, and tax credits to deal with the crisis of inner city youth unemployment.