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Eyes of Hope® Provided Eye Exams & Corrective Lenses Free of Charge to Approx. 50 at Horizons & GAMS
Over these two days in our district, approximately 50 students were evaluated, fitted, and provided corrective lenses/glasses the same day. This State Education Department Initiative is a promising collaboration between this wonderful organization an

2019-03-26 17:26:29
47th Annual Elementary Spelling Bee Held at NFA North on March 21, 2019
We were on the edge of our seats at the 47th Annual Elementary 4th & 5th Grade Spelling Bee held last Thursday, March 21st at NFA North.

2019-03-26 14:09:50
Four NFA Alumni Graduate From The Orange County Police Chief's Academy
Four alumni from Newburgh Free Academy's Security and Law Academy pathway recently graduated from The Orange County Police Chief's Academy.

2019-03-25 14:53:32
6th Annual LGBTQ Youth Conference: Human Rights and Safety in this World
Organized & hosted by the students of PRISM, the Gay Straight Alliance of Newburgh Free Academy, the 6th Annual LGBTQ Youth Conference will focus on Human Rights and Safety in this World.

2019-03-25 13:31:52
Meadow Hill GEMS Raise Money for K-9 Dog, Raven
Meadow Hill PTO organized a fundraiser called Change for Raven, a Town of Newburgh K-9 unit dog who was recently diagnosed with cancer. Our school raised a total of $1,231.49. Mrs. Candal & Mrs. Dickson class raised the most money with $215.97.

2019-03-22 19:01:41
Empire After-School Program Registration still available for Spring.
Registration for the Empire State After-School Program is available for students in grades 6-12. Register online now. Space is limited!

2019-03-22 15:56:02
Temple Hill 8th Graders Learn the Importance of College Preparedness
On Tuesday, March 12, 2019, Mr. Steven Posada, Admissions Counselor from Dutchess Community College presented to the 8th grade students on the importance of preparing for college and your future. Mr. Posada provided the students with a Middle Schoo

2019-03-21 13:15:31
Orange Regional Healthy Heart Program Evaluates Participants at Horizons-On-The-Hudson
Orange Regional Healthy Heart program was at HOH on Wednesday, March 20th from 9:00 am -1:00 pm in the health office.

2019-03-20 18:31:58
Author Cheryl Wills Speaks with Elementary and Middle School Scholars About Her Family History
Author and News Anchor Cheryl Wills, spoke to 4th and 8th grade students at the Newburgh Free Academy Main Campus Auditorium on Tuesday, March 19. Ms. Wills told the story of her family, who are descendants of slaves from Tennessee.

2019-03-20 12:08:03
Meadow Hill GEMS School Kindergarteners Celebrate Annual "Jump for Johnny" Event
Meadow Hill GEMS School celebrated their annual "Jump for Johnny" event, celebrating the life of Johny Serano. The Physical Education Department requested that everyone wear blue and gray in memory of Johnny.

2019-03-19 20:06:11
Meadow Hill ITF Selected to be a Google for Education Certified Trainer!
Mr. John Blakley, an Instructinal Technology Facilitator (ITF) for Meadow Hill GEMS School has been selected to be a Google for Education Certified Trainer!

2019-03-19 14:16:06
Young Artists Celebrated at All-District Art Show
The All District Art Show at the Ritz Lobby included 375 pieces of student-generated artwork. Over 400 people attended the opening reception.

2019-03-19 14:07:56
Heritage Middle School Team 7B Hosts Annual Awards
Team 7B at Heritage Middle School hosted their annual "I Rock" awards where they recognize scholars for achievement, improvement, and effort in Math, English, Social Studies, and Science.

2019-03-19 13:50:24
Heritage Middle School Scholars Selected for All-County Music Festival
Several Heritage Middle School scholars were selected for the All-County Music Festival. Scholars for Junior High and Elementary All County. Muscians from HMS were selected for their voice and clarinet.

2019-03-19 13:25:50
NECSD Receives Awards for Top Campaign for United Way in Orange County
NECSD received the top school district campaign in Orange County Award in 2019 for United Way. Total raised was $10,370.

2019-03-18 17:09:02
NFA's "Fullerton Crew" Pitches Design Idea for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh Walk
Newburgh Free Academy's "Fullerton Crew" was recruited by two alumni to create a design for their annual walk. The design that is chosen will be used as the primary design for Habitat of Great Newburgh's 20th Annual Walk for Housing.

2019-03-18 14:45:43
Scholars in NFA Marist ECHS Program Learn From College Librarian
Scholars enrolled in the NFA Marist Early College High School (ECHS) program welcomed Ms. Judy Diffenderfer from the Marist College library. Ms. Diffenderfer introduced scholars to the Marist library website system.

2019-03-18 13:28:50
Meadow Hill Fireworks! Igniting Confidence in Girls: Lesson 5 Effective and Positive Communication
The Fireworks! team returned to Meadow Hill Elementary School (MHS) to facilitate a lesson on effective and positive communication. Having the largest group of participants to date, the 4th and 5th grade girls came together to participate in this int

2019-03-18 13:22:37
NECSD Recognizes Attendance for Employees
Earlier this year, Human Capital Partners began recognizing employees who have great attendance. Attendance for employees is important because it provides consistency in education for our scholars.

2019-03-15 14:12:06
Temple Hill Scholars Write Notes of Encouragement for Fellow Student
Fifth grade scholars from Temple Hill Academy created cards and wrote notes of encouragement for fellow student Adriana Lugo, who is battling cancer.

2019-03-15 13:27:43
NFA Main Black History Club Hosts Youth Community Resource Fair
The Newburgh Free Academy Black History Club hosted a Youth Community Resource Fair that welcomed nearly 20 community agencies. The fair was planned to commemorate the legacy of "paying forward" during Black History Month

2019-03-15 13:05:56
Temple Hill Hosts Second Annual 5th Grade Career Panel
On March 13th, Temple Hill Academy hosted their second annual 5th Grade Career Panel that was facilitated by Juana Rivera. This event was an opportunity for students to interact with four professionals in a wide variety of career areas.

2019-03-15 12:49:33
South Middle School Scholars Create Colors and Develop Creative Descriptions for Benjamin Moore
Students in Ms. Angela Cacace’s 6th grade class invented and named their own color and sent their color swatches and descriptions to Benjamin Moore to be judged.

2019-03-14 19:50:38
New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Test (NYSESLAT) Training Held for Faculty
New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Test (NYSESLAT) Training was held for professional development for NECSD faculty this week. This training is offered every year to ENL/BIL teachers who are new or changed grade.

2019-03-14 19:30:41
South Middle School Celebrates National Pi Day!
Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159.

2019-03-14 19:03:13


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