On March 15, sixth-graders learned about two exciting careers from community members Dr. Shelly Gill and Jeanine Cummins! Dr. Gill, a forensic death examiner/research scientist, and Orangetown Police Department Detective Dan Ryan spoke with students about crime scene: Read More: Guest Professionals Engage Sixth-Graders in Career Exploration
I recently had the opportunity to have lunch prepared by some of our Tappan Zee High School students at the Rockland County BOCES Culinary Arts Program. While I was eating my lunch, I had the impulse to give this meal a five-star review on Yelp. However, I had to: Read More: Dr. Pritchard’s Blog: CTEC at Rockland BOCES
Thank you to all who turned out for our March 14 community blood drive, and to those who joined Superintendent Dr. Robert Pritchard, Rockland County Executive Ed Day, Rockland County Legislator Aney Paul, Town of Orangetown Supervisor Chris Day and US Marine Corps: Read More: Community Blood Drive Thank You!
The Board of Education recognized South Orangetown Middle School National Geographic School GeoBee winners sixth-grader Nuala M. (1st Place), eighth-grader Hunter L. (2nd Place) and seventh-grader Oisin B. (3rd Place) at tonight’s board meeting. “We like: Read More: Board Congratulations SOMS School GeoBee Winners
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