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Six South Orangetown preschoolers celebrated their graduation from the ParentChild+ program at the Blauvelt Sons of Italy today! In caps and gowns, the children were called individually to receive their diplomas and flowers for their families. “As our youngest: Read More: ParentChild+ Celebrates First Grads
This afternoon, South Orangetown Middle School National Junior Honor Society President Elizabeth M. and Treasurer Jacob M. presented representatives from the Nyack Homeless Project with a $275 donation, the proceeds from a NJHS fundraiser this year. Members chose the: Read More: NJHS Supports Nyack Homeless Project
First-graders at William O. Schaefer Elementary School are digging archaeology! Over the past few weeks, students have been “discovering” artifacts connected to the history of the land on which their school is built. Throughout the grade-wide unit, which is designed: Read More: First-Graders Dig Into Local History
Tappan Zee High School sophomore Isabella Lamadrid is profiled in the latest issue of the Rockland County Youth Bureau newsletter for her work as a Family Engagement Center student ambassador. “Bella is an amazing asset to the FEC and has been a key team member: Read More: TZHS Sophomore in the Spotlight for Service
On Monday, TZ Girls Varsity Lacrosse Co-Captain Kellie Linehan scored her 100th career goal in the team’s game against Pelham! “Kellie is a hard-working kid and a creative player who makes her teammates better. She does all the right things in the: Read More: Linehan Hits 100
Fifteen Tappan Zee High School senior student-athletes who have committed to playing sports at the collegiate level signed symbolic letters of intent at the TZ Athletics Signing Day Ceremony this afternoon. “We are incredibly proud of what these athletes have: Read More: Fifteen Athletes Sign to Play College Sports
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