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Heritage Middle School student submits poems for contest
Poems were submitted as a project from the Annual Senator Larkin Thanksgiving Contest.

2017-11-21 19:38:53
NFA North Excelsior Goldbacks give back!
Down the road from South Middle School, students worked to improve their community and impact the lives of a family by volunteering with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh.

2017-11-21 19:12:55
Math Meet! All nine elementary schools participate
Math Meets are an annual series of events where Grade 5 scholars from across our nine elementary schools come together to compete on teams while working collaboratively to solve a range of word problems.

2017-11-21 19:00:36
NFA West students host International Celebration
“Students bring food from different cultures. There are so many different foods that I've never tried before that I get to try today. And we get to all eat as a big family and learn about different foods together and the cultures they represent.” Sab

2017-11-21 18:48:33
GAMS Goldbacks give back and join Assemblyman to hand out food
GAMS 5th grade Honor Society participates in Giving Day at St. Mary’s on the 3rd Friday of every month.

2017-11-21 18:40:56
Opening Day at NFA Main Salon Clinic is a busy one!
Every Friday, from 7:15am – 10:00am, the Cosmetology department offers a Salon Clinic. Friday, November 17th was their grand opening and it was a busy day!

2017-11-21 18:30:36
Two young scholars teach Armory Board members chess!
Last week, two Newburgh students presented to the Newburgh Armory Unity Center Board of Directors.

2017-11-21 18:14:40
GAMS Pre-K Thanksgiving Feast, tasty food and smiling faces!
Pre-K at GAMS held their Annual Thanksgiving Feast and a great time was had by all, see photo recap.

2017-11-21 16:28:02
HOH Goldbacks Give Back with some Community Help.
Thanksgiving dinner bags handed out to over 60 families this morning at HOH!

2017-11-21 16:18:33
HOH PTO and Barnes & Nobles Holiday Book Drive to benefit the Newburgh Basics!
School and Community come together to do it with Love to support the Newburgh Basics.

2017-11-21 16:03:38
Middle and High School Open Houses
The following open houses allow 5th and 8th grade students learn more about the schools they may be attending next year.

2017-11-20 14:58:13
Fostertown Grade 3 Production of Aladdin!
Featuring Ms. McGuire, Ms. Hawes' and Mrs. Coffey's classes. The Aladdin production was filled with amazing costumes, scenery, and music!

2017-11-17 18:38:13
Meet your Communication Strategists!
Put a face to a name and learn more about who to contact to advertise all of the great things you and your students do!

2017-11-17 16:55:21
Girls to Ladies coordinate coat drives in Heritage and NFA North
Girls to Ladies starts at Heritage and continues in the high school. All three high schools are welcome and participate. Coats were collected from donation bins that had been set up at Heritage and NFA North.

2017-11-17 04:18:30
NFA Main sends record 13 students to NYSSMA
Thirteen students are the most students the district has had qualify in some time.

2017-11-17 04:04:35
K9 officers speak with students at NFA West
NFA West had members of the K9 Unit from the City of Newburgh Police Department in to discuss the role of police dogs as well as career opportunities available in this line of work.

2017-11-17 03:34:22
NFA Main hosts Youth in Government event
Students held mock elections with students preparing and giving speeches for the position that they were running for, student groups holding discussion and placing their votes, and a student being elected for local positions, state position, and fede

2017-11-17 02:50:22
Twelve foot T-Rex roams halls of GAMS
The GAMS Community and the NECSD Family and Community Engagement (FACE) Division teamed up at GAMS to provide an interactive, fun, and exciting family engagement night event.

2017-11-17 01:49:19
Professional barber gives advice to Barber students at NFA Main
Some advice offered, was for students to always stay humble, "Stay humble and work hard. Even if you've been working in this industry for a long time, make sure you're still working hard and doing this small things."

2017-11-17 01:33:54
Celebrity Barber demonstrates cut for NFA Main Cosmetology
Mr. Venacio competes in barbering competition and has built his brand on hard work, detail in his craft, and networking. He has traveled the country competing and teaching barbering, and has cut hair for the Texas Rangers MLB team and Jay Z’s bodygua

2017-11-17 01:14:43
Fifth Grade Students at HOH Share Math Games During Decimal Day
Students in Ms. Hoffman’s Fifth Grade Accelerated Class shared games they designed and constructed with the other classes in the grade during Decimal Day recently.

2017-11-17 00:42:54
NFA Main senior discusses research with 3 NYS Senators
Main senior, Supriya Makam gave testimony at a forum organized by the state’s Joint Senate Task Force on Heroin and Opioid Addiction, co-chaired by Senators George Amedore, Fred Akshar and Chris Jacobs.

2017-11-15 20:45:41
Meadow Hill Hosts Annual Veteran’s Day Breakfast
Veterans were welcomed with a musical procession led by members of the jazz band. National Honor Society students served a medley of delicious breakfast items provided by the NFA Culinary Institute and Torino’s Bakery.

2017-11-15 02:23:08
Pasta with the Principal at NFA North
Parents and students attended an evening of information and good food with several leaders within NFA North.

2017-11-15 01:45:13
7th and 8th grade students attend Girls Science Day at Columbia University
38 7th-8th grade girls from Meadow Hill and Temple Hill travel to NYC to attend Girls Science Day at Columbia University.

2017-11-15 00:59:04


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