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October 2017

The Book Fairy Visited Jefferson Elementary School

October 15, 2017 - 11:18

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The Book Fairy (sometimes known as Ms. Vessecchia), visited Jefferson Elementary School students this week as part of the school's month-long readathon. The students have set the goal of reading for 1,000,000 minutes in October, and the Book Fairy, along with other teachers and parent volunteers, were there to add encouragement.

 

The Book Fairy Visited Jefferson Elementary School

New Rochelle Eyes Playoffs After Fifth Straight Shutout

October 15, 2017 - 10:51

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Saturday wasn't the first time Jonathan Saddler had heard the message and Monday won't be the first time he heeds it. Still, when New Rochelle coach Lou DiRienzo spoke in the postgame huddle, his words were met with clear eyes and nodding heads.

The regular season was nice, but, to the Huguenots, the games yet to be played are what really counts.

 First day of high school football practice at New Rochelle High School Aug. 14, 2017, which is the defending Section 1 Class AA champions. (Photo: Carucha L. Meuse/The Journal New)

Rivalry spotlight: 5-0 New Rochelle, Scarsdale Ready for Finals Rematch

October 15, 2017 - 10:30

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- When: Saturday, 3 p.m.

Where: New Rochelle High School

Top players: Scarsdale  — Ajani Bowie (5-9, 150), Sr., RB/DB; Max Bunzel (5-10, 198), Sr., RB/LB; Noah Glantz (6-2, 240), Sr., OL/DL. New Rochelle — Jonathan Saddler (6-1, 215), Sr., QB/LB; Romeo Holden (5-11, 175), Sr., SB/S; Jared Baron (5-8, 205), Sr., RB/LB.

 First day of high school football practice at New Rochelle High School Aug. 14, 2017, which is the defending Section 1 Class AA champions. (Photo: Carucha L. Meuse/The Journal New)

Traveling 9/11 museum visited New Rochelle schools

October 15, 2017 - 10:03

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- “It’s very easy to say ‘Never forget,’ which is all over our vehicles, but the kids who weren’t born at that time, they’re destined to not even know, no less never forget,” Hodge said. “For the rest of the time they’re on the face of this earth, their lives are going to be affected one way or another by 9/11.”

City School District of New Rochelle

Seats Available for Universal Pre-K

October 15, 2017 - 09:51

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The Barnard Early Childhood Center, along with other universal pre-kindergarten providers in the city, have seats available for Universal Pre-K. If you live in New Rochelle and have a child born in 2013 who does not have a Pre-K seat, contact Barnard's main office by Tuesday October 3 at (914) 576-4386 for information about availability and eligibility.

 

Seats Available for Universal Pre-K

Barbosa Moves Board of Education Audience with Original Poem

October 14, 2017 - 17:44

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- A few years ago, Gustavo Barbosa had trouble finding a poem to express his feelings on "Latino history, culture, struggles and triumphs." So he wrote one himself. Now the Secondary Schools Social Studies and Business Chairperson in the City School District of New Rochelle, Barbosa provided a few powerfully moving moments at the Oct. 3 Board of Education meeting when he read the piece in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.

City School District of New Rochelle

Davis Students Find Readathon 'Is Encouraging Us to Read'

October 14, 2017 - 17:30

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Davis Elementary School held its Readathon Opening Ceremony last week, launching students on a month-long journey of reading as many minutes as they can.

The event is also a fundraising event for the school's PTA, which supports enrichment programs for the students. 

Principal Anthony Bambrola said students are enthusiastically reading, logging their minutes and enjoying the events planned by the PTA. It is one of three schools holding readathons this month; Jefferson and William B. Ward are the others.

Davis Elementary School Principal Anthony Bambrola helps kindergarten students with a reading activity.

New Playground at Trinity a Hit

October 14, 2017 - 17:10

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- When the students at Trinity Elementary School returned from summer recess, they couldn't wait to put their school's brand new playground to the recess test. 

The impressively upgraded activity area is situated in Trinity's back courtyard and includes four slides, an array of horizontal and angled monkey bars and rope- and wall-climbing stations, all erected over a rubberized safety surface. Needless to say, the new playground has sparked the imaginations and enthusiasm of Trinity's students.

Students enjoying one of the new elementary school playground sets.

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