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 Elementary School third graders, who have been engaged in a comprehensive study of communities around the world, creatively showcased their knowledge and commitment to children’s rights through the creation of information quilts.
Bronxville Elementary School students have demonstrated their generosity by collectively contributing 944 pounds of food, equivalent to providing 787 meals for neighbors in need. Guided by the leadership of teacher Susan Engelhardt and the fifth grade student council, the students successfully completed their first drive of the year by collecting essential food items for Feeding Westchester.
Equipped with recycled materials, such as bottles, boxes and tape, Bronxville Elementary School fourth graders took on the roles of innovators to create school structures capable of withstanding flooding.
Bronxville Elementary School students collected 1,002 pounds of candy during the annual Halloween Candy Drive. Led by art teacher Kendall Fousek, the initiative received overwhelming support from students and their families.
Bronxville Elementary School kindergartners were treated to a special visit by an esteemed author and illustrator on Oct. 26, aligning with their exploration of pumpkins, as well as lessons on friendships and differences.
Bronxville Elementary School third graders got a lesson in democracy when they voted on a T-shirt design during a mock election at their school on Nov. 7.
Bronxville Elementary School was filled with the vibrant spirit of Halloween as students let their creativity shine during the annual school parade on Oct. 31.
In an inspiring cultural exchange, the Bronxville School welcomed 23 students and two teachers from Aubenas, France, from Oct. 12-24. The dynamic French Exchange Program immerses students into the rich history, culture and customs of others from across the globe.
Equipped with new printmaking inks and tools, third and fifth graders in Kendall Fousek’s art classes expressed their creativity and crafted unique images.
Ms. Rakiya Adams, Principal
914-395-0500 ext 1223
Mr. Anthony Vaglica, Assistant Principal
914-395-0500 ext 1252