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  • North Girls Basketball Team Wins Home Opener

    Posted by Martin Cox on 12/8/2017

    The Clarkstown High School North Girls Basketball team won its home opener tonight, 54-43 against Nanuet High School.

    North led at halftime, and continued its lead throughout the second half.

    During halftime, the crowd was entertained by the talented North Dance Team.  

    Congratulations to both the basketball and dance teams for providing a winning combination that included the sharing of their talents with the school community.  Best wishes to the members of both teams as they continue their winter athletic season schedule.

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  • Link Elementary IB World School Students Entertain Seniors, Veterans

    Posted by Martin Cox on 12/8/2017

    Link Elementary IB World School students spread holiday cheer with the community on Wednesday.

    Veterans of the Armed Forces, as well as Senior Citizens, came to the school for the Annual Outreach Brunch where students sang a variety of holiday songs. International Baccalaureate Co-Coordinator Danielle Jackson and Principal Fran Cuccia extended the visitors a warm welcome to begin the program when guests were seated at tables while enjoying a breakfast of pancakes, sausage and bagels.

    "It's a chance to give back to you for everything you have done for us," said Ms. Cuccia when addressing the audience.

    Music Teacher Cynthia Kimmel then led three separate grade levels of students with festive holiday songs.  Grade Two students opened the program singing If I Could Fly Like a Snowflake and Little Snowflake.  Fifth Grade students then sang A Perfect Winter Day and No School Tomorrow if it Snows.

    The Kindergarten students closed the program singing Snowpants, Snow is Falling Today and a wonderful rendition of The Snowkey Powkey.

    Members of the Link Elementary PTA were on hand to serve the brunch to their guests. 

    Jeff Sobel, Assistant Superintendent for Personnel, Susan Yom, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, Lynn Rafalik, Assistant Superintendent for Special Education and Pupil Personnel Services, and Michelle Zernone, ELA and Social Studies Coordinator, were in attendance.  Board of Education members Tammy Bierker and Walter Litvak were also in attendance.

    "Link's annual Senior Citizen and Veterans Brunch is our way of expressing gratitude to wonderful role models who have given so much to our community," said Ms. Cuccia while reflecting thereafter about the event. "The school's original goal was to develop an awareness of, and respect for, senior citizens and veterans as valued members of our community. Over the past 16 years, this event has grown into a tradition of ushering in the Holiday Season of 'Giving, Service, Peace and Joy:' providing our students with the opportunity to thank our senior citizens and veterans through song, food and artistic expressions!"

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Be The Inspiration!

  • Inspire Every year, fourth and fifth grade students volunteer to be part of Bardonia’s Student Council. As a student council member, children volunteer to find ways to connect all Bardonia students and families to our greater community. In addition to supporting district initiatives such as the fall UNICEF Penny Drive and Toys for Tots, Bardonia students work together with families to make and be the difference in the lives of many. This fall, children wanted to help hurricane victims. Reaching out to our Bardonia community, over 100 pairs of new pajamas were collected and donated to families in need. In November, our Gold team hosted a food drive in which over 700 lbs of food was collected through the generosity of our Bardonia community to support People to People. This December, our White team is hosting a winter clothing drive where new or gently used winter coats, hats, scarves, etc. are being collected and donated to families in need throughout Rockland County. With many such acts scheduled throughout the school year, Bardonia’s Student Council under the facilitation of Mrs. Wein and Mr. Pisano continues to inspire us all!

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