Recognizing the opportunity for improvement, taking risks to create solutions that add value or serve a need.
Acting and inspiring others to work toward a positive outcome.
Engaging in a disciplined process to deepen understanding, evaluate possibilities, or construct a reasoned judgment.
Becoming informed and acting to make an impact in small and large ways.
Bronxville School students and families participated in a variety of hands-on workshops that challenged them to use their imagination and creativity during the annual Innovation Expo on May 21. The family-school partnership event was designed to celebrate the creative and innovative spirit across the school community.
Fourth grade students – who have been studying and writing poetry – expressed their creativity and imagination when they performed original and well-known poems before an audience of parents, teachers, administrators and peers during the fifth annual Poetry Fest.
Members of the Bronxville High School Model United Nations Club – who assumed the roles of U.N. ambassadors to debate a variety of current issues – earned awards at the Heschel Model United Nations Conference, held in New York City on May 19.
Bronxville Middle School students presented a special production of “Honk! Jr.,” a contemporary and comic retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Ugly Duckling,” from May 10-11. The show was based on the award-winning musical “Honk!” by composer George Stiles and author Anthony Drewe, and it featured a dedicated group of middle school performers and crew members.
Eighth grade students – who are studying energy, motion and forces as part of an Introduction to Physics unit in Jean Windels’ and Jennifer Zopp’s science classes – are building their own original devices that accomplish an everyday, ordinary task in an innovative way.
The Bronxville School will host its annual spring Innovation Expo on May 21 as a way to celebrate creativity and innovation across the school community. Students, teachers, parents and community members are invited to explore design strategies, engage in creative play, offer feedback and imagine new possibilities by participating in a variety of workshops.
Bronxville High School sophomores – TJ Curran, Ben Davis, Earl Gretzinger, George McCormick and Connor Randall – won second place in the group website category at the 2019 National History Day competition for New York State, held on April 29 in Cooperstown. As a result of their performance, they have advanced to compete in the national competition, which will take place on June 9-13 at the University of Maryland.
Bronxville High School students – who have collected pounds of litter off the streets in their community – have launched a storm-drain art competition in conjunction with the Village of Bronxville. The art competition aims to raise awareness about how litter in the streets connects to the Bronx River.
Ms. Tricia Murray, Principal
914-395-0500 ext 1223
Ms. Adrienne Laitman, Assistant Principal
914-395-0500 ext 1252