25-Year GNPS Employees Recognized

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Great Neck Public Schools 25-year employees were recognized by the Board of Education and the district’s professional associations. (Photo by Irwin Mendlinger)
Great Neck Public Schools 25-year employees were recognized by the Board of Education and the district’s professional associations. (Photo by Irwin Mendlinger)

Employees who have worked in Great Neck Public Schools for 25 years were recognized by the Board of Education and professional associations representing teachers, administrators and civil-service staff.

The recognized teachers include Diane Caplain from South Middle, Sally Coons from Baker, Iris DeFilippo from North Middle, Judith Friedman from Kennedy, Arlene Gerber from South Middle, Linda Gitman from Kennedy, Paula Graham from Baker, Susanne Marcus from North High, Rhonda Rieger from South Middle, Sandi Rosenzweig-Cooper from South Middle, Joseph Rutkowski from North High, Beth Siliznol from Saddle Rock, Carol Siracusano from Baker and Paul Ziring from Clover Drive.

Judith Kalinowski, a member of the office staff at Lakeville, was recognized for her 25 years of service.

Paraprofessionals recognized were Dalia Blanco from South Middle, Elena Bucher from North High, Kerry Causin from Saddle Rock, Vivian DeMartino from North High, Linda Fiorello from South Middle, Rose Goldman from Saddle Rock, Lynn Sherlock from Clover Drive and Natasha Smith from Lakeville.

Sergio Buscaglia from North Middle was recognized from Buildings & Grounds, Supervisors. Buildings & Grounds, Non-Supervisors, recognized Alexis Hodge from Baker; Raymond Ocasio, district motor vehicle operator/messenger; Gerard Papasodero from Kennedy; and Michael Petrelli from Saddle Rock.

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  1. look at the complete lack of diversity. @7 people, only 5 men and only one African American.
    the new hires have a similar balance. so much for the diversity and inclusion preached by the school administrators.

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