Two high school students from the Great Neck Public Schools have been recognized for outstanding service and volunteerism through the 2022–23 National Community Service Awards, sponsored by the United Nations Association of the United States of America and InnerView.
This year’s recipients are South High senior Claudia Cheng and North High junior Nicole Yeroushalmi.
Cheng has received the National Ambassador Award in recognition of over 100 hours of service.
Yeroushalmi has received the National Honor Award for more than 40 hours of service, as well as the National Zero Hunger Recognition for her service with a specific focus on creating communities free of hunger.
The National Community Service Awards, open to high school and college-age students, are designed to connect student community service activities and commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to transform our world.
North High and South High are among 643 schools nationwide with student awardees who are recognized as local leaders and global citizens through this award program.