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.
Equipped with cardstock and hot glue, Bronxville High School students took on the roles of engineers to construct beams and experience the product development process. As part of the project-based challenge in teacher Benjamin Cornish’s Introduction to Engineering class, the students built three different prototypes, tested them and improved upon their designs.
Students in teacher Chris Doyle’s Economics classes welcomed two financial experts to their school for special presentations on Feb. 28 and March 6.
Members of the Bronxville High School Orchestra participated in the prestigious 2020 National Orchestra Festival in Orlando, Florida, from March 5-7. Held annually in conjunction with the American String Teachers Association conference, the festival brought together 26 high school orchestras from 12 states following a highly competitive audition process.
Having been fully immersed in the study of energy, eighth graders recently built ice insulator devices as a culminating project to their studies in teachers Jean Windels’ and Jennifer Zopp’s science classes.
Having studied the progressive movement in terms of its goals and impact on society, students in teachers Kris Hart’s and Steve Klurfeld’s Advanced Placement U.S. History classes participated in a fun, role-playing educational activity to further solidify their knowledge.
In support of its C.A.R.E. program – which stands for community, awareness, responsibility and empathy – Bronxville Elementary School held an assembly centered around mindfulness on Feb. 28.
Over the course of two weeks, fourth and fifth graders took on the roles of writers, directors, producers and actors to create antibullying public service announcements. The students premiered their videos in the auditorium before an audience of peers and teachers on March 6.
Bronxville High School students in Steve Klurfeld’s Business class recently welcomed two guest speakers to their school to learn about their career paths and gain a behind-the-scenes look into how businesses work.
First graders celebrated the 100th day of school on Feb. 24 and used the number 100 in a variety of ways to commemorate the milestone.
Ms. Tricia Murray, Principal
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Ms. Rakiya Adams, Assistant Principal
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