Syosset's youngest trustee: 'Feeling great'

Voters overwhelmingly elected Joshua Lafazan, the 18-year-old Syosset

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Voters overwhelmingly elected Joshua Lafazan, the 18-year-old Syosset High School senior class president, to the Board of Education. (May 16, 2012) (Credit: David Pokress)

Joshua Lafazan's first full day as a Syosset Board of Education trustee-elect begun with an early morning start -- but not to head to classes at Syosset High School.

Lafazan, 18, who said he was operating on about three hours' sleep after he was overwhelmingly elected Tuesday night to the school board, on Wednesday skipped school altogether.

The Syosset High senior class president...

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