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Here’s How Mineola’s Public School District Ranks In NY: Niche

MINEOLA, NY — The Mineola Union Free School District is the 135th best school district in New York, according to a new report.

Niche, a school search platform that ranks K-12 schools and colleges, last week released its “best schools” rankings for 2021. Oyster Bay-East Norwich ranked 135th out of 674 districts.


Mineola Union Free School District Rankings In New York

  • Overall: 135
  • Best places to teach: 130
  • Districts with the best teachers: 130
  • Safety: 133
  • Diversity: 108

The Jericho Union Free School District was ranked the best school district in the state, followed by Great Neck Public Schools and the Scarsdale Union Free School District.

Niche ranked Mineola High School, which earned an overall B+ grade, the 297th best high school out of 1,244 in the state.

Stuyvesant High School was named the top public school in the state. Staten Island Technical High School and Bronx High School

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One of SF’s oldest thrift shops survives in the heart of the Mission District

There’s a peculiar sound coming from inside the magenta building at 623 Valencia St.

The muffled crinkling of plastic sanitary gloves accompanies customers as they hurriedly sift through secondhand clothing racks, unusually tidy bookshelves and rows of assorted knick-knacks. Laughter rings out from another corner of the shop, where a group of masked teenage girls unfurl posters to reveal faded images of Gumby and Vincent Van Gogh. The synth pop drawl of Thomas Dolby’s “She Blinded Me with Science” echoes over the speakers as more people line up on the sidewalk outside of Community Thrift, where in-store shopping has resumed for the first time in months.
 
The steel garage door typically intended for moving large donations has been lifted to safely allow customers through. In its place is a seated employee shielded by a clear, glass divider. One by one, she provides each guest with a pump of hand sanitizer, … Read More

Serengeti Identifies 3.5 Sq.Km. Multiparameter Porphyry Copper-Gold Target at East Niv; Demonstrates District Scale Potential

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East Niv Main Target
East Niv Main Target
East Niv Main Target

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Oct. 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Serengeti Resources Inc. (SIR: TSX-V) (“Serengeti” or “the Company”) is pleased to report results from mapping, sampling and induced polarization (IP) geophysics completed at the wholly-owned East Niv property. East Niv is located in an under-explored region of the eastern Stikine Terrane, approximately 15km west of the Sustut Copper deposit and 40km south-southwest of the Kemess mine complex in the Omineca Region of British Columbia. Serengeti initially staked East Niv in 2018 and has subsequently expanded the property to over 20,000 hectares. Analysis and compilation of geology, IP chargeability, aeromagnetics and soil/rock geochemistry has resulted  in the identification of a number of compelling porphyry Cu-Au targets.  The  Company has been awarded a 5-year exploration drilling permit, and the property is now considered drill-ready.

East Niv Composite Rock Sample Results by Showing*

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Wexford Science and Technology tapped as master developer for Midtown innovation district

JumpStart, which moved its offices to Midtown almost a decade ago, could become an anchor tenant in Wexford’s first building.

CEO Ray Leach described the innovation community in Cleveland as decentralized. With better cooperation in a district designed for interaction, he hopes barriers will fall for businesses, institutions and residents of majority Black, low-income neighborhoods on the city’s East Side.

“I’m envisioning hundreds of millions of dollars of more capital, tens of thousands of jobs, a real ability to make an impact around racial and economic inclusion,” Leach said. “I think this is the kind of project that has to happen in order for us to find new and different ways to collaborate.”

JumpStart is one of five organizations, along with the Cleveland Foundation, the Fund for Our Economic Future, the Greater Cleveland Partnership and Team NEO, steering a broader initiative called the Cleveland Innovation Project. That alliance is attempting

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