The BRONXVILLE PROMISE
To innovate, discover, and create. To make something new from what you know.
To find your voice and communicate clearly in order to lead with passion and persistence.
To think critically, explore nature, history, and culture. To gain the understanding and courage to change.
To collaborate and serve. To engage in the world around you and make it a better place.
Kindergarten through fifth-grade students at Bronxville Elementary School – who read Dori Kleber’s “More-igami” book as part of the Whole School Read – recently collaborated with each other to create origami and persevere through the challenges.
Second-graders in Nina Blauner’s and Lori Feingold’s classes have designed and built their own original chairs as part of an innovation project that challenged them to create chairs that can improve classroom life.
Bronxville High School students were recognized for their outstanding academic, athletic, musical and artistic accomplishments, as well as their contributions in the classroom and beyond, during the annual Academic Awards ceremony on June 11.
Second-graders at Bronxville Elementary School recently collaborated with local historian Richard Forliano from the Bronxville Historical Conservancy to explore how communities, especially their own Village of Bronxville, have changed over time.
With a combined experience of more than 119 years, five Bronxville School staff members are embarking on the next chapter of their lives. Three of them – Carol Cecere, Emanuel Foglio and Mary Ann Panico – retired midyear, while Carol Cerrone and Peter Royal retire at the end of this school year.
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A group of four Bronxville High School students – seniors Evelyn Kluemper, Ben von Mehren and Joe Seminara, and junior Jack Palermo – have built a stationary probe that tests the water quality of the Bronx River. Having submerged the probe in the river on June 4, they will collect data over the next several weeks on the levels of pH, salinity, dissolved oxygen and oxidation reduction potential, which all indicate if the environment is suitable for organisms to survive.
Sixth- through eighth-grade students at Bronxville Middle School participated in the annual Field Day on May 25, which brought together the entire school for a day of teambuilding activities and friendly competitive games.
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