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STEM Awards Announced

The Black History Committee of Highlighting Success, Inc. has announced two new awards. Elmont Memorial High School...

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Highlighting Success Inc. sponsors or co-sponsors annual community driven events like the ones depicted above.

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Highlighting Success, Inc. and Elmont Online present "From Slavery To President: On Woodson's Journey".  Debuted in part at the 2013 Elmont Black History Month Celebration.

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In New York, 25% (779,281) of K-12 youth are responsible for taking care of themselves after school. Of all New York children not currently enrolled in afterschool, 46% (1,114,924) would be likely to participate IF afterschool programs were affordable and available in their community.


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