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NFA Girls Varsity Soccer Team Wins Fall 2019 OCIAA Student Athlete Community Service Challenge
The NFA Girls Varsity Soccer Team was announced as the winner of the Fall 2019 OCIAA Student Athlete Community Service Challenge. The team participated in multiple volunteer initiatives throughout the challenge.

2019-11-08 17:09:36
Free Support Services: Now being offered at the Newburgh Free Library
The Newburgh Free Library and Catholic Charities have formed a new partnership to help our community find the services they need.

2019-11-08 16:50:30
Meadow Hill PTO Hosts Annual Blood Drive
The Meadow Hill Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) hosted a blood drive on Election Day of this week. Parents and students volunteered time to welcome donors. Organizers anticipated about 45 donors throughout the day.

2019-11-07 20:37:52
2019 Fifth Grade Math Meets Kickoff
NECSD fifth grade scholars across the district were selected to participate in the 2019 Math Meet Competition at the Board of Education.

2019-11-07 17:34:55
Every Security Guard in NECSD is Basic Life Support CPR Certified
Senior school monitor, Mr. David Maldonado conducts trainings for all security guards throughout the NECSD. Security guards who are full-time, part-time, and substitutes have been trained in Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR.

2019-11-07 16:22:47
Horizons-on the-Hudson Students Perform a Music Spooktacular on Halloween.
Students at Horizons-on the-Hudson Magnet school prepared for a music spooktacular on Halloween. They had one class from every grade perform.

2019-11-07 12:40:22
Fostertown Spirit Week & Storybook Character Day
Fostertown School spreads the seasonal fun through they're portrayals on Storybook Character Day during Spirit Week.

2019-11-07 12:33:49
NECSD to Re-Launch My Brother's Keeper Program
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District is set to re-launch the My Brother's Keeper program on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 from 9:00am - 12:00pm at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center.

2019-11-06 15:38:33
Vails Gate Hosts Attendance Dance/Pop Corn Party
Halloween Dance/Pop Corn Party for Students with Perfect Attendance for the Month of September.

2019-11-05 18:21:00
Newburgh Free Library Gives Out Books to Trick or Treaters
The Newburgh Free Library participated in this year’s Halloween event at the Newburgh Free Mall giving out books, as well as candy to families. Books last longer than candy and going home to read together is best we could hope for.

2019-11-05 15:18:58
Heritage Middle School Hosts Halloween Dance
On Friday, October 25, 2019 Heritage Middle School held a Halloween Dance. Students were permitted to attend if their attendance, behavior, and academics were acceptable. Two hundred and fifty students came to dance.

2019-11-04 17:57:14
Meadow Hill Holds 6-8 Halloween Dance Party
Students and teachers made the evening come alive as they did ‘the Dougie’, wobbled, and cupid shuffled their way across the dance floor.

2019-11-04 15:47:16
Meadow Hill School Hosted 6th Annual Halloween Parade
Meadow Hill held its sixth annual Halloween parade. Upper elementary and middle level students lined the halls eager to greet and high-five their younger counterparts. K-2 students dressed to spook and scare onlookers in this fun-filled event

2019-11-04 15:38:54
Goldbacks Give Back! NFA Cheerleaders Volunteer Time in Multiple Communities!
Over the last two weekends, the NFA Cheerleaders participated in the annual Breast Cancer walk for Hudson Valley Making Strides and volunteered with Beautiful People.

2019-11-01 19:41:30
Teachers Engage in Professional Development to Help Shift Learning
The teachers in this meeting were immersed in total participation techniques, collaborative technology and high levels of station teaching.

2019-11-01 19:17:51
Newburgh Free Academy Tennis Club Donates Bench to Honor Former Coach
The Newburgh Free Academy girls Varsity Tennis Club donated a bench to honor former NFA Girls Varsity Tennis Coach, JC Gaspard. Current NFA Girls Varsity Tennis Coach, Gina Imperiale coordinated the event and shared fond memories.

2019-11-01 17:02:03
NFA Scholar Lands Freelance Writing Role with Sports Illustrated
Sam Ouhaj’s face lights up as soon as he starts talking sports. He is a 17-year-old senior at Newburgh Free Academy main campus and rattles off names of players and stats faster than most can keep up with.

2019-11-01 15:01:52
Cafeteria Manager, Ms. Kristine Schade Recognized as Champion for Change
Cafeteria manager, Ms. Kristine Schade was recognized as a Snap-Ed Hudson Valley Champion for Change this week.

2019-11-01 13:51:15
NFA North Teacher Wins 2019 Article of the Year Award
Congratulations to Jacqueline Hesse winner of the 2019 Article of the Year for her piece “Learning Alongside Them: About Student Choice and Modern-Day Slavery” from New York English Council's journal the English Record.

2019-11-01 13:01:05
NFA Main Acting III Scholars Present Annual Fear Fest Production
Scholars from NFA Main's Acting III class presented an original play written and performed by the class. The play was based on the short story The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, written by Washington Irving.

2019-10-31 19:45:19
GAMS Pre-K Center Celebrates the Season with Book Character Parade
GAMS Pre-K Center classes created unique costumes based on appropriately selected books. They took the opportunity on October 31 to parade their creations for their loved ones and peers as they lit up the hallways with their smiles and music.

2019-10-31 19:21:29
Balmville Hosts Annual Muffins for Mom Celebration
Balmville School hosted the annual Muffins with Mom celebration on October 30th. Special guest speaker Sara P. Feliz, Executive Director of Youth Development & Community Engagement spoke to the crowd about literacy and our scholars future.

2019-10-31 18:52:34
Board of Education Recognizes NYSSMA Area All State
Students are nominated by their music teacher in the fall, and a selection committee meets and reviews all of the nominations, and selects the participants in each of the ensembles.

2019-10-31 18:41:36
South Middle School Scholars Video Chat with Textbook Illustrator
The students asked the illustrator of the book, Mr. Christopher Pearce questions and had a quick lesson on how to use a handful of shapes to draw cartoon characters.

2019-10-31 18:38:53
Mount Saint Mary College Students Read in Costume at Balmville School
Representatives from every Mount Saint Mary College sports team came to Balmville School in full costume to read seasonal books to our scholars.

2019-10-31 17:21:53


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