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Newburgh Enlarged City School District will host an inaugural “Ring the Bell” ceremony to celebrate the kick-off to the 2019-2020 school year on the first day of school, Wednesday, September 4, 2019, LIVE from the South Middle School Auditorium at 9am.
To help generate excitement for the first day of school, Dr. Roberto Padilla, Superintendent, said the district will start a new tradition of ringing the bell to start each school year. During the ceremony, the district will also honor community members and organizations who make a lasting, positive impact on our students lives.
This year, the district will be honoring The Kaplan Family for their continued dedication to our community youth through the Armory Unity Center & Kaplan Family Foundation. Maddalena Casabianca Reade for promoting healthy living and a passion for raising awareness for cancer research and organ donation through her local foundation, Lap4Life. New Windsor Councilwoman, Patricia Y. Mullarkey, for her dedication to NECSD students receiving the best education and facilities possible. Kevin White, Executive Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Newburgh for his vision and commitment to expanding opportunities for children and Joe Alvarez, leader of We Are Newburgh for his dedication and commitment to promoting Peace, Love, and Unity in our community. Each honoree will have an opportunity to ring our school bell during the ceremony. Each honoree will have an opportunity to ring our school bell during the ceremony.
The event will also host Board of Education members, district administrators, and South Middle School students, families, and teachers.
“We are so excited to welcome our students and staff back for a successful school year. This occasion is special because we will be ‘ringing in the new year’ by honoring leaders who do so much for our community. The inaugural Ring the Bell Ceremony will serve as a tradition for recognition and appreciation at the beginning of each school year.” – Dr. Roberto Padilla, Superintendent of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District
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