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Meadow Hill Second Grade Class Hosts Mother's Day Tea
Mrs. Jennifer Catalano's second grade class hosted a Mother's Day Tea. After completing a poetry unit with their Student Teacher, Ms. Carly Campos from SUNY New Paltz, scholars presented their poems and sang a song.

2019-05-20 08:00:50
Mrs. Harding's Pre-K Class at Horizons-on-the-Hudson Gets a Special Visit from the City of Newburgh Fire Department
Horizons-on-the-Hudson Pre-K Class Gets a Special Visit from the City of Newburgh Fire Department and Fire Dog Nick.

2019-05-17 14:29:54
Meadow Hill Families: No Sleep Sleepover Parent Volunteers
Meadow Hill is hosting a "No Sleep Sleepover" on June 21st for our graduating 8th grade students. Parent volunteers can signup online.

2019-05-17 14:03:13
Human Capital Partners Host 2nd Annual New Employee Dinner
For the second consecutive year, the Human Capital Partners have collaborated with Mr. John Etri, and Mr. Rodriguez to coordinate the New Employee Dinner.

2019-05-17 14:02:25
New Alumni Video Series
Check out this sneak peek of a new NECSD alumni video series we’ll be launching next Fall titled “Beyond Academy Field.”

2019-05-16 12:57:58
New Windsor PARP Program Recognized Scholar Accomplishments at their May 15th Assembly
The PTA sponsored PARP (Pick A Reading Partner) program ended another strong year of healthy reading competition at New Windsor School.

2019-05-16 12:09:25
NFA Cross Country Team Mentors Lap4Life's Youth Running Program for Second Consecutive Year
The program is a way for the Cross Country Team to get involved in community service while teaching the youth about a sport they feel passion toward - running! The foundation strives to bring the greater Newburgh community together.

2019-05-16 09:30:21
Newburgh Free Academy JROTC Program Receives Two Distinguished Awards
The Newburgh Free Academy JROTC program received two prestigious awards this year. NFA’s JROTC program received the Distinguished Unit with Merit and the “Silver Star” Community Service with Excellence awards this year.

2019-05-16 08:55:48
Horizons-on-the-Hudson Students Plant 12 Trees Donated by Mid Hudson Subaru in Honor of Earth Day 2019
The dozen baby trees were planted in Tyrone Crabb Park at the corners of South and Grand Streets, adjacent to Horizons on the Hudson School.

2019-05-16 08:17:04
Temple Hill Students Learn About Raptors with Delaware Raptor Center director Bill Streeter
6th grade scholars met with Delaware Raptor Center director Bill Streeter on May 15th. Streeter enhanced scholar's knowledge of raptors and the impact DDT had on these types of birds.

2019-05-16 06:43:50
South Middle School Celebrates Poem in your Pocket Day!
tudents were greeted with poems on their lockers in the morning (posted by members of the 6th grade MBK), and were encouraged to read or recite their poem to an administrator for a prize!

2019-05-15 13:50:06
Antoinette Williamson of Temple Hill Academy Honored By The Mid-Hudson School Study Council With The "2019 Teaching Excellence Award"
Although Ms. Williamson has proven to have great academic success, it’s her ability to inspire a spirit of inquiry and love of learning that she brings to the classroom each and every day that makes her truly unique.

2019-05-14 11:34:37
Senior Showcase Features Performances Produced by the Class of 2019
The NFA Senior Showcase featured performances that were produced by the class of 2019. Students from all three high school campuses performed. Highlights ranged from musical and dance performances to a slideshow of student art and student film.

2019-05-13 16:54:01
NFA Boys Track Finds Success at Loucks Games
Three teams and two individuals took home trophies as a result of their races during the Loucks Games.

2019-05-13 16:45:23
NFA Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team Celebrates Seniors
The NFA Boys Lacrosse team celebrated their seniors in a brief ceremony that welcomed parents, guardians, and family members to walk out with their children.

2019-05-13 11:52:37
South Middle School Performed Spring Concert
South Middle School held their spring concert with included performances from orchestra, concert orchestra, 8th grade band, 6th grade chorus, concert band, and 7th & 8th grade chorus. Progam and photos included.

2019-05-13 11:38:17
Heritage Middle School Performs Band Concert
Heritage Middle School performed their spring band concert this week. Enjoy the program and photos from the event!

2019-05-13 10:48:42
Meadow Hill Students “Spring” into Science Learning Experiences
This spring students in Mrs. Winfield-Corbett’s middle school class and Mrs. Countryman’s third grade class have used frogs to enhance student-learning experiences.

2019-05-10 15:02:40
"Literacy Happens" 4-part Youth Literacy Workshop Offered through Family and Community Engagement Team
The four-part workshop series is designed to help families learn how literacy knowledge and skills develop in young children (ages 3-4) and what they can do to support their child’s growth even before school begins.

2019-05-10 08:11:42
Third Grade Temple Hill Students Participate in the Bezos Family Foundation "2019 Ocean Challenge"
Third grade classes at Temple Hill Academy studied a science unit on water conservation and sustainability using the book One Well: The Story of Water on Earth.

2019-05-09 14:34:24
Horizons-on-the-Hudson Students use 3D Printer for US Democracy & Symbols Project
Second graders in Sara Andrews Social Studies class were introduced to 3D modeling and printing for their unit on Democracy and US symbols with the help from HOH ITF teacher, Mr. Decker.

2019-05-09 10:20:18
NECSD Exceptional Learners Collaborates with Community Organizations for Transition Expo
The focus of the event was: Moving Beyond High School. The event included a series of workshops for students and their parents.

2019-05-08 11:05:06
Newburgh Free Academy’s 17th Annual Empty Bowls Event Raises $5,400 for Food Bank
Newburgh Free Academy hosted their 17th annual Empty Bowls event in April. Empty Bowls is a national network of volunteer efforts to provide hunger relief. The event welcomed nearly 200 people and raised $5,400 for the local food bank.

2019-05-07 09:24:35
NFA Student Council Vistis Capitol Building
While there, students met our local state assemblyman, Jonathan Jacobson, who spoke to the group and had introduced the students on the Assembly Floor during session.

2019-05-07 07:28:45
South Middle School Students Make Their Own Instruments
The objective was to create and perform on an instrument that they have made out of materials they have found. The purpose of the project was to demonstrate their ability to create and perform on an instrument that they have made.

2019-05-06 14:48:42


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