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Two Heritage Middle School Scholars were awarded for winning the annual Drug Awareness Poster Contest hosted by TEAM Newburgh.
NY Gear Up will be offering an after school experience beginning in March 2024 for ALL 8th grade students
Athletes will compete at the Kelsey Partridge Bird Natatorium at Ithaca College on Friday, March 1st and Saturday, March 2nd. Preliminaries begin at 10 a.m. on Friday. Finals are scheduled for 10 a.m. on Saturday.
HISTORY MAKING! Not just one, but TWO NFA Wrestlers have won State Championship title in their respective weight classes! Five athletes from the NFA Varsity Wrestling team competed at States, with four earning state titles - another school record!
NFA Boys Swimming athletes Angelo Reade, Jackson Cooper, Peyton Tuttle, Jack Mummery finished 1st in Section IX for the 400M Freestyle race. Overall the team came in 2nd place and has multiple State Qualifiers.
Alexandra Swink qualified for the New York State Indoor Track Championships! She will be competing in the 600m run that will be held on Saturday, March 2nd.
GLA celebrates 100 Days of School and Celebrates Valentine's Day Spirit Week!
The students all reported having fun learning about how to care for their teeth and their health. The team was excellent at connecting with our students creating a positive experience around dental health.
Our Department of Facilities and Maintenance is aware of the issues and new ropes and new flags are on hand to fix the flag poles in question. We anticipate the issue to be resolved by the end of the day, Thursday, February 29th.
This is a friendly reminder of important dates for March and and an update in April 2024. Please note, Tuesday, April 2, 2024 is now a 1/2 day for students; 1/2 day Superintendent's Conference Day.
20 copies of each book have been generously donated by the Superintendent's office. Copies are available by signing up at your NFA library or contacting Ms. O'Neill at AONeill@necsd.net.
Dual language scholars at Fostertown Elementary School learn about Ecosistemas (Ecosystems) and share their knowledge with their classmates through murals, written and oral presentations, and hands on projects.
Students and families explored ten different stations, each with interesting experiments and activities including: building projects and hands-on experiments that blended math and science with art and technology.
South Middle School students conducted an experiment in which they added 15-gram increments of salt to 400 mL of water. Their goal was to determine whether they could make an egg float by adding salt to the water.
Elementary schools throughout our district select a team of Mathematicians to compete with their peers from other schools at a series of events throughout the year.
With the support of Fostertown faculty and staff, the Fostertown PTC, and National Honor Society students from NFA, students, and their families danced the night away, making memories as a school community.
Pre-K at GAMS hosted their first Valentine's Dance. Families enjoyed crafts, snacks, and dancing. We even had a conga line led by Ms. Marsha
Dr. Manning Campbell invites our scholars to participate in her Superintendent's Essay Contest with a theme of Women's History Month. Criteria can be found below for various age groups.
UPCOMING EVENTSFor all events visit the Full District Calendar
The Liberty Partnerships Program (LPP) is a collaboration involving SUNY Orange.
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District (NFA, Heritage/South Middle, Temple Hill Academy, and Meadow Hill School).