Leaders of Tomorrow

The entire Stimson family would like to thank Assemblyman Lupinacci.
The entire Stimson family would like to thank Assemblyman Lupinacci.
He’s a natural teacher and the middle school students enjoyed Assemblyman Lupinacci’s presentation.  Lupinacci teaches classes in Business Law at Farmingdale State College. He is also an adjunct professor of Political Science at both Saint Joseph’s College and Hofstra University.
He’s a natural teacher and the middle school students enjoyed Assemblyman Lupinacci’s presentation. Lupinacci teaches classes in Business Law at Farmingdale State College. He is also an adjunct professor of Political Science at both Saint Joseph’s College and Hofstra University.
Assemblyman Lupinacci shared how his many positive school experiences became very important later in his life.
Assemblyman Lupinacci shared how his many positive school experiences became very important later in his life.
“My chief responsibility – and that of my colleagues – lies in drafting, analyzing and voting on proposals that affect all New Yorkers,” said the Assemblyman in his ‘How a Bill Becomes Law’ brochure.
“My chief responsibility – and that of my colleagues – lies in drafting, analyzing and voting on proposals that affect all New Yorkers,” said the Assemblyman in his ‘How a Bill Becomes Law’ brochure.

On Tuesday, May 31st, members of the Leaders of Tomorrow and student government officers from Grades 6 through 8, headed to the State Capitol in Albany.  All students who attended were given a private tour by Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci.  It was truly an amazing experience for our students and staff.  Special thank you to Ms. Bernard, Ms. Smith, and Ms. Kelly, GO advisers, and Mr. Scharpf and Mr. Karcz, advisers for the Leaders of Tomorrow.  The entire Stimson family would like to thank Assemblyman Lupinacci for taking time out of his busy schedule to expose our students to the importance of civic responsibility and the inner workings of our State government.