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South Middle School welcomed scholars and families to a showcase of student work. Scholars made display boards and explained their work in a science fair type set up.
Heritage Middle School launched The Heritage Chronicle, an online blog that showcases Heritage happenings, events, photographs, interviews, educational links and much more.
This is the second year in a row that both Heritage and South Middle Schools have made the playoffs. Newburgh has been represented over the last four years, with either one or both schools attending together.
January 2020 Regents Week is January 21 through the 24th. Check here for what day and time each test is administered.
Students in Ms. Hoffman’s Fifth Grade Unlimited Horizons class at Horizons on the Hudson Magnet School shared games they designed and constructed with other fifth grade classes recently.
The Newburgh Free Library offers a drop-in Homework Help program, Monday through Thursday from 4-6 PM at the Main Library for students in grades 1-6.
Scholars are scored by various criteria that includes, solving the problem, strategy toward finding the answer, a written explanation on steps taken to solve the problem, and working as a team.
On Saturday, December 7th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Horizons-on-the-Hudson Magnet School invited the Newburgh community to join the school family for a day of fun at their Ninth Annual Community Book Fair and Multicultural Festival.
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.