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It's been over 20 years or so, but I will never forget Massapequa. Did some research and I think the critical issue was the District wanting teachers to contribute

It's been over 20 years or so, but I will never forget Massapequa. Did some research and I think the critical issue was the District wanting teachers to contribute $1.00 per month for their dental benefits. Even tho all american was great there is still something special about a burger and fries you get at a diner. Didn't think you would remember after all these years. White, the English teacher, and active union member? Lived on East lake Avenue, then moved to s massapequa behind Bar Harbour center. I started kindergarten in Amityville because Hawthorne wasn't quite finished in 1955. Because of her, I took piano lessons and then organ lessons. Eternal love and loyalty to Hawthorn School we sing! RE Massapequa, How I MIss Thee I am guessing we were about the same age, I too loved living in Massapequa.I catch up with old friends and family, and one thing is for sure: my Long Island accent will always stay with me. (I hated it because I fell so often - and didn't ice skate again until my 20s! I remember the fire drills and nuclear war alarm drills at Birch Lake (go beneath your desk, put your arms over your head). Freedom land was off long Island I think, --remember "mommy and daddy take my hand take me out to freedom land, 2.96 is all you pay for freedom land all day." or something like that. Curtin and Miss Gluck have passed away, but a number of Hawthorn retirees still get together for lunch. I credit all my teachers 1st through 12th grade for inspiring me to pursue this career path. Thanks for posting the full lyrics Miss Rice, my former music teacher way back when. I spoke to the 9th Grade of MHS as an alumni on career day (which isn't at MHS but next to Parkside in something called the Annex I believe).

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It's been over 20 years or so, but I will never forget Massapequa. Did some research and I think the critical issue was the District wanting teachers to contribute $1.00 per month for their dental benefits. Even tho all american was great there is still something special about a burger and fries you get at a diner. Didn't think you would remember after all these years. White, the English teacher, and active union member? Lived on East lake Avenue, then moved to s massapequa behind Bar Harbour center. I started kindergarten in Amityville because Hawthorne wasn't quite finished in 1955. Because of her, I took piano lessons and then organ lessons. Eternal love and loyalty to Hawthorn School we sing! RE Massapequa, How I MIss Thee I am guessing we were about the same age, I too loved living in Massapequa.

I catch up with old friends and family, and one thing is for sure: my Long Island accent will always stay with me. (I hated it because I fell so often - and didn't ice skate again until my 20s! I remember the fire drills and nuclear war alarm drills at Birch Lake (go beneath your desk, put your arms over your head). Freedom land was off long Island I think, --remember "mommy and daddy take my hand take me out to freedom land, 2.96 is all you pay for freedom land all day." or something like that. Curtin and Miss Gluck have passed away, but a number of Hawthorn retirees still get together for lunch. I credit all my teachers 1st through 12th grade for inspiring me to pursue this career path. Thanks for posting the full lyrics Miss Rice, my former music teacher way back when. I spoke to the 9th Grade of MHS as an alumni on career day (which isn't at MHS but next to Parkside in something called the Annex I believe).

I went to Fairfield for kindergarten and "kidnapped" a boy I thought was cute. ) family seemed to think I was trying to give away a free coke ($.10 in those days). I still can't stand the smell of fast food burgers and fries. Enjoyed the comments on the great Massapequa Pizza debate especially the recollection of the Pizza Supreme roof of the mouth burn that seemed to happen every single time you ate a slice. And now its time to address the world famous All American Hamburger Drive In but from the insiders (as in former employees)perspective.

He came home with me one day and his parents had the police out looking for him. Truth is I had a mad crush on Billy Vultagio and would never have betrayed the family trust. With the scattering of south shore Long Island natives throughout the world the legend of All American has achieved global significance including of late being a feature on the "Kevin Can Wait" sitcom.

:) Building ship models, collecting the plastic figurines of western heroes (from Sky King to Roy Rogers and group, from The Lone Ranger and Tonto to the Maverick brothers/cousin to Cheyenne and Sugarfoot, Bronco) playing with toy soldiers from various wars, knights in castles, acting as Zorro (with mask, cape and sword) or Robin hood (with bow and arrow) or Ivanhoe (armor and sword) or William Tell (cross-bow) to show television's might influence. (for me, kindergarten through the middle of 3rd grade). The big "fights" we'd have at recess between Blue Jackets (my 'gang") and the Black Widows and others. We lived at 3 Belvedere Drive - on a map, it seems too far to have walked from Birch Lane, yet I seem to remember walking - and the sweet crossing guard always telling me that I had a good report card (before I could read or at least understand it). system that afternoon giving Miss Young's angry lecture to us all. It was so good and I remember my brother's looking in the parking lot for my Mom for receipts that people would throw away. I played the cello at Hawthorn from fourth grade till six grade. 😀 I went to St Rose of Lima for first through eighth grade even though I can see Hawthorne from my front stoop. The Candy Store in that shopping center represented a special treat because being there meant my parents didn't know we had strayed so far away.

I have such fond memories of it - the fair principal Miss Young, my teachers (Mrs. Chasing after girls because they had "cooties" yet if they turned on us, we ran for the same reason! I remember Ray Heatherton "The Merry Mailman" coming to visit (to our cafeteria) and the older kids being wildly rude - which I couldn't understand - I loved him! The daily Pledge of Allegiance, the patriotic songs memorized ... She got some kind of discount or something for saving receipts. I never had any of the teachers mentioned so far, but I did have Mr Holdridge in Berner HS. " I sold cases of oranges ad grapefruit until I saw them in my dreams! I remember buying Comics and balsa wood planes there and people having ice cream sodas at the counter.

.00 per month for their dental benefits. Even tho all american was great there is still something special about a burger and fries you get at a diner. Didn't think you would remember after all these years. White, the English teacher, and active union member? Lived on East lake Avenue, then moved to s massapequa behind Bar Harbour center. I started kindergarten in Amityville because Hawthorne wasn't quite finished in 1955. Because of her, I took piano lessons and then organ lessons. Eternal love and loyalty to Hawthorn School we sing! RE Massapequa, How I MIss Thee I am guessing we were about the same age, I too loved living in Massapequa.

I catch up with old friends and family, and one thing is for sure: my Long Island accent will always stay with me. (I hated it because I fell so often - and didn't ice skate again until my 20s! I remember the fire drills and nuclear war alarm drills at Birch Lake (go beneath your desk, put your arms over your head). Freedom land was off long Island I think, --remember "mommy and daddy take my hand take me out to freedom land, 2.96 is all you pay for freedom land all day." or something like that. Curtin and Miss Gluck have passed away, but a number of Hawthorn retirees still get together for lunch. I credit all my teachers 1st through 12th grade for inspiring me to pursue this career path. Thanks for posting the full lyrics Miss Rice, my former music teacher way back when. I spoke to the 9th Grade of MHS as an alumni on career day (which isn't at MHS but next to Parkside in something called the Annex I believe).

I went to Fairfield for kindergarten and "kidnapped" a boy I thought was cute. ) family seemed to think I was trying to give away a free coke ($.10 in those days). I still can't stand the smell of fast food burgers and fries. Enjoyed the comments on the great Massapequa Pizza debate especially the recollection of the Pizza Supreme roof of the mouth burn that seemed to happen every single time you ate a slice. And now its time to address the world famous All American Hamburger Drive In but from the insiders (as in former employees)perspective.

He came home with me one day and his parents had the police out looking for him. Truth is I had a mad crush on Billy Vultagio and would never have betrayed the family trust. With the scattering of south shore Long Island natives throughout the world the legend of All American has achieved global significance including of late being a feature on the "Kevin Can Wait" sitcom.

:) Building ship models, collecting the plastic figurines of western heroes (from Sky King to Roy Rogers and group, from The Lone Ranger and Tonto to the Maverick brothers/cousin to Cheyenne and Sugarfoot, Bronco) playing with toy soldiers from various wars, knights in castles, acting as Zorro (with mask, cape and sword) or Robin hood (with bow and arrow) or Ivanhoe (armor and sword) or William Tell (cross-bow) to show television's might influence. (for me, kindergarten through the middle of 3rd grade). The big "fights" we'd have at recess between Blue Jackets (my 'gang") and the Black Widows and others. We lived at 3 Belvedere Drive - on a map, it seems too far to have walked from Birch Lane, yet I seem to remember walking - and the sweet crossing guard always telling me that I had a good report card (before I could read or at least understand it). system that afternoon giving Miss Young's angry lecture to us all. It was so good and I remember my brother's looking in the parking lot for my Mom for receipts that people would throw away. I played the cello at Hawthorn from fourth grade till six grade. 😀 I went to St Rose of Lima for first through eighth grade even though I can see Hawthorne from my front stoop. The Candy Store in that shopping center represented a special treat because being there meant my parents didn't know we had strayed so far away.

I have such fond memories of it - the fair principal Miss Young, my teachers (Mrs. Chasing after girls because they had "cooties" yet if they turned on us, we ran for the same reason! I remember Ray Heatherton "The Merry Mailman" coming to visit (to our cafeteria) and the older kids being wildly rude - which I couldn't understand - I loved him! The daily Pledge of Allegiance, the patriotic songs memorized ... She got some kind of discount or something for saving receipts. I never had any of the teachers mentioned so far, but I did have Mr Holdridge in Berner HS. " I sold cases of oranges ad grapefruit until I saw them in my dreams! I remember buying Comics and balsa wood planes there and people having ice cream sodas at the counter.

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I would think, "Could I eat Musicaro's spaghetti right now? I will always be proud of Massapequa and miss it very much (but don't miss the snow). I miss the food, All American hamburgers, the local pizza and Chinese restaurants, the ice cream shop on Broadway near the train tracks... I remember my first and only time ice skating there - at age 4, I fell far too often - I assume at a lake in Massapequa? It was on the same side of the street as the high school, and in colder weather we could get a hot cup of coffee and a bagel before the teachers called us all back in. Proud to have graduated MHS, although all the schools in Regional 23 enjoyed very fine reputations. (Does anyone remember the sign Siss's sandwich shoppe--"good food"). Adventurers Inn was also on 110 in Melville, not too far from the 110 drive inn. Mrs Walsh, Mrs Seabold, Mrs Algiers, Mrs Learned, Mrs Marcus, and Miss. Not quite sure of the correct spellings or who was really Mrs. I went on to become a 6th grade teacher in Putnam county and retired in 2004 after 32 years. Surfing more than girls, actually because that was a little intimidating for me at the time.