East Meadow Board of Education Recognizes Alan Hodish

East Meadow Board of Education Recognizes Alan Hodish
East Meadow Board of Education Recognizes Alan Hodish 2
During their Jan. 19 meeting, the East Meadow Board of Education recognized district resident Alan Hodish for his service to the community. The Board presented him with a certificate of recognition for his many years of advocacy and dedicated service to the children of East Meadow.
    
“This recognition is long overdue,” said Superintendent of Schools Leon Campo. “On behalf of the administration, school district and Board, I am particularly proud to recognize one of our most outstanding East Meadowites, Alan Hodish, for his involvement in the East Meadow community. Alan is highly deserving of our praise because he has worked tirelessly over many years to develop a relationship with our students that has made a difference in their lives.”  
    
The evening was punctuated with musical performances by the brass ensemble from W.T. Clarke High School and kindergartners from Barnum Woods and Parkway elementary schools. Led by the Enrichment Through the Arts teachers, the Barnum Woods young children, sang “I’m a Little Snowman” to the tune of “I’m a Little Teapot” and “Down by the Bay” while the Parkway kindergarteners dressed in patriotic colors, performed “Red, White and Blue.”