Top Two Seniors Honored by Nassau Superintendents

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Lynbrook High School valedictorian Dustin Mandell and salutatorian Jack Hunter joined the top two students from each Nassau County high school when they were honored at the Nassau County Council of School Superintendents’ annual Celebrating Excellence and The Legacy of Dr. James Tolle Breakfast, held at Crest Hollow Country Club on June 1. 

Elizabeth Hashagen, a News 12 anchor, was the featured speaker and shared her experiences in broadcast journalism. She spoke also about the importance of persistence and using setbacks as a driving force to achieve a dream.

Dustin and Jack, along with the other valedictorians and salutatorians, were presented with a plaque. Joining Lynbrook’s top two seniors were Superintendent of Schools Dr. Melissa Burak, Principal Joe Rainis, and their parents Jonathan and Andie Mandel and Jack and Elaine Hunter. 
Elizabeth Hashagen, a News 12 anchor, was the featured speaker and shared her experiences in broadcast journalism. She spoke also about the importance of persistence and using setbacks as a driving force to achieve a dream.

Dustin and Jack, along with the other valedictorians and salutatorians, were presented with a plaque. Joining Lynbrook’s top two seniors were Superintendent of Schools Dr. Melissa Burak, Principal Joe Rainis, and their parents Jonathan and Andie Mandel and Jack and Elaine Hunter.