Freeport Public Schools proudly recognizes, thanks Board of Education
Posted on 11/09/2022
Freeport Public Schools proudly recognizes, thanks Board of EducationIt was an exciting evening for the Freeport Public Schools’ Board of Education as they were recognized for their efforts and dedication to the district at the Oct. 25 Board of Education meeting.

Taking place at the Leo F. Giblyn Elementary School, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kishore Kuncham, district administrators, union leaders and staff expressed their gratitude and appreciation for the Board trustees and their commitment to making Freeport Schools an exceptional institution for educational success.

Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Kishore Kuncham also thanked the trustees of behalf of the district administration and staff, “We take this opportunity to publicly honor our board trustees and express our gratitude for the crucial role our board of education plays within our district, on the Long Island level, the state level and the national level. Every action you take has always been based on what is best for our students and your service ensures that decisions about our schools are made by those who are most familiar with the needs of our community.”

Students from the Leo F. Giblyn School paid tribute to both Board Recognition Week and Hispanic Heritage Month with their presentations. First, fourth grade students Eric Robinson and Sophia Brenes thanked the Board of Education for their service and for making Freeport Schools an amazing district and presented the board trustees with a plaque stating the Giblyn Superstars morning mantra. Then, students from the first grade performed the exciting song “Join the Celebración” from their Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration.

“Thank you for the wonderful recognitions this evening,” said Ms. Maria Jordan-Awalom, Board of Education President. “It is our goal to make sure everything we do has a positive impact on our students, and we could not do that without your support.”