2014-2015 Schreiber Times Masthead

May 21, 2014

Congratulations to the 2014-2015 staff of The Schreiber Times.  The next sections meeting is on May 27.  All staff members should come with innovative... READ MORE »»


Boys tennis aces first half of season with six wins: At 7-1, varsity team looks to stay at top tier of conference and make run in playoffs

Kyle Cohen, Staff Writer

May 17, 2014

The boys tennis team is excited to compete for a county championship this season.  The Vikings have a 7-1 record, and have mixed youth with experience... READ MORE »»

Senior captain Chirag Doshi sets himself up for a forehand against the Great Neck South Rebels on April 28. The Vikings won the match 6-1 and improved to a record of 7-1. The next match for the Vikings is on May 2 against Plainview JFK.

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Game of Thrones season four premiere: heads will fall

Rami Chaudhry, Staff Writer

May 17, 2014

George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire book series is a masterpiece of modern fantasy.  Combining the best the genre has to offer, the series is... READ MORE »»

The much anticipated wedding of Joffrey Baratheon (Jack Gleeson) and Margery Tyrell (Natalie Dormer) occurs in “The Lion and the Rose,” the second episode of the season, which is filled with its fair share of murder, incest, and treachery.


American invasion: Schrieber takes Europe

Rachel Cho, Ana Espinoza, Rachel Kogan, Stacey Kim, and Josh White, New Editor, News Editor, Opinions Editor, Staff Assistant, and Photo Editor

May 17, 2014

After a ten year travel drought, the Languages Other Than English (LOTE) department has planned three trips abroad in less than three years. From Apr.... READ MORE »»

The members of the Spain trip in front of a fountain in Puerta de Jerez, Sevilla. Tour guide Fernando Gomez and chaperone Mr. Brian Rapp are absent from the photo.


New power lines create discontent throughout the community

Sally Kuan, Staff Writer

April 23, 2014

Members of the Port Washington community are sure to remember the extended power outages and other problems caused by Hurricane Sandy in late 2012.  As... READ MORE »»

PSEG Long Island erected 210 new power line poles on Port Boulevard. Residents For A More Beautiful Port Washington, along with others, expressed their displeasure with the new poles, which they believe are unappealing and unnecessary. many has fallen due to Super Storm Sandy.


Weber teacher’s 42-year career comes to an end: Community creates Facebook page in support of Mr. Joseph

Madeline Fagen, Senior News Editor

After 42 years of teaching seventh grade English at Weber Middle School, Mr. Robert Joseph will be leaving the school district. In March, Weber administration allegedly told... read story

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Farewell to Ms. Servat

Jenna Hecht, Izzy Gold, Contributing Writer

Dear Ms. Servat, There is so much to say about the talented business teacher, Ms. Servat.  You are a kind, supporting and dedicated teacher who offers help to all students,... read story

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Student Council elections are merely a popularity contest

Akari Shimura, Contributing Writer

A few weeks ago, Schreiber held its annual student council election.  Posters with catchy slogans plastered the school walls in preparation for the main event: the speeches. ... read story

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Underclassmen to watch: young athletes on the rise for next season

Seth Barshay, Sports Editor

As this school year comes to a close, the Vikings will bid farewell to their senior athletes.  Whether they are four-year captains or players with less of a starring role,... read story

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