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Graduation information can be found below. Please read through the details carefully, so you and your guests are prepared to celebrate your final walk across Academy Field!
The Sands Medal was initiated by Abraham B. Sands in honor of his father, Nathaniel Sands II in 1861, who had taken a deep interest in the improvement of the then four school districts.
Mount Saint Mary College’s Collaborative for Equity in Literacy Learning (CELL) will host a free summer literacy tutoring program for K-6 students from July 6- July 29 at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center, 321 South William Street.
Meadow Hill art teacher Mrs. Rachel Williams introduced the book Maybe Something Beautiful to her scholars in grades 2-5. Then the classes looked at many of the murals that are located right here in Newburgh.
After Mrs. Wright, Ms Lynch and Mrs. Callanan received training and certification for archery, they were ready to share their excitement and sport with our Heritage students!
American Legion Post 1796- New Windsor gave the Anthony Mancinelli Award to NFA main Senior, Mark Crook, in recognition of his academic achievements and his completion and certification in the NFA Cosmetology program.
Heritage Middle School received 50 White Spruce trees from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation. The next day, students on team 8B were planting them into the ground along the Heritage trail.
An update was needed to the NFA Virtual Scholarship presentation after the show was released. Please find the updated slide and information here.
Scholars may play brain games, work on passion projects, complete puzzles, draw or explore STEM concepts with K’nex and Lego sets. They are also welcome to grab a bean bag and relax with a great book!
The information on the page below is from the previous school year and some of it is outdated now. There are still many helpful resources available on the page. For more information about reopening, please visit our Operation ReOpen Website.
Access Virtual Learning Landing Page (This page contains outdated information).
The Liberty Partnerships Program (LPP) is a collaboration involving SUNY Orange, The Newburgh Enlarged City School District (NFA Main/North High Schools, Heritage/South Middle Schools) and The Boys and Girls Club of Newburgh.