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Volunteers From Mt. Sinai Lend a Helping Hand to Sandy Victims

Crew of students, parents and teachers from Mt. Sinai went to Rockaway Beach and Breezy Point to help gut homes in need of repair.

Parents, students and teachers from Mt. Sinai School District made a trek out west last week to the most devastated parts of Long Island to help out people who are still recovering from Hurricane Sandy.

According to High School Principal Rob Grable, the team arrived in Rockaway Beach at about 7:45 a.m. to gut about five homes.

“We drove a bit further west and did the same for a few needy residents in Breezy Point,” he said.

Mt. Sinai parents who were there included Tom Burns, Joe Donadio, John Williams, Bill Tartaglia, and Mike Burridge, from Bagels Your Way Café.

The student athletes in the crew were TJ Burns, Mike Donadio, Mark Donadio, Billy Tartaglia and Coles Williams.

Middle School Counselor John Grossman, Middle School Teacher Mike Pappalardo, Middle School Art Teacher Andrea Trapani, High School Teacher John McHugh, Assistant Principal Matt Dyroff and High School Principal Rob Grable also volunteered for the trip.

The crew removed sheet rock, insulation, carpets, kitchen cabinets, bathroom fixtures, moldings and hardwood floors.

 Grable called the experience “surreal.”

“The damage to these homes is beyond words,” Grable said. “Although we were surrounded by devastation, it was a great experience to work with our students, community members and other staff to assist those in need.”

School Superintendent Enrico Crocetti said he was extremely proud of the work they did.

“There are no words,” he said.

NICHOLAS T MAZZIO November 21, 2012 at 02:55 AM
PEOPLE ARE GOOD!!!!
John Citizen November 21, 2012 at 01:16 PM
Too bad miller place didn't do anything.
Bern70 November 21, 2012 at 01:52 PM
So proud of my community!
Living in Brookhaven November 21, 2012 at 05:38 PM
Thumbs up for those guys!
Pat November 21, 2012 at 07:20 PM
Are there any local organization still collecting donations for victims...my 10 yr old grandaugter went door to door collecting blankets, clothes and non perishables and we are looking for a place to bring them
Alicia Sanders November 26, 2012 at 08:42 AM
It is really nice to know that other than government help people can really get a hand from complete strangers. No that many lost their homes it is very important to feel support. I don’t really know the exact details on where the situation with mortgages is going to take its direction. The only thing I know is that there will be around 3 months of payments relief (which is definitely better than nothing), but usual help with cleaning the mess is totally great. Hopefully Sandy's victims will get to have same relief from loans till payday (read more here: http://paydayloansat.com/) at least from some time
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