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.
Three Bronxville High School students – Alisa Fominykh, Annabelle Krause and Phoebe Martin – have been recognized for their writing in the prestigious regional 2019 Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards competition.
Over the course of two weeks, Bronxville Elementary School fourth-graders became writers, directors, producers and actors to create antibullying public service announcements based on their own experiences. Using professional-quality camera equipment, they partnered with Mike Feurstein, a filmmaker, educator and DON’T WAIT to UnMake a Bully program creator, to model a movie set and fulfill their chosen jobs.
Third-grade students at Bronxville Elementary School – who have been studying different communities around the world – celebrated the Chinese New Year by participating in a variety of activities on Feb. 5 and 8.
Twenty-five Bronxville School singers and instrumentalists have been selected to perform for All-County music ensembles by the prestigious Westchester County School Music Association for its 2019 festival concerts.
A group of Bronxville High School freshmen and sophomores – who have been conducting extensive historical research over several months – have advanced to the 2019 Lower Hudson Valley Regional National History Day Competition, which will be held on March 9 at St. Thomas Aquinas College. They advanced after being named winners in one of several categories at the schoolwide competition on Jan. 30.
Seven Bronxville High School students – seniors Sarah Goodell, Susie Goodell, Celia Kelty, Alyssa Lee, Lilly Martin and Katie Schnepp, and junior Ruby Howell – earned multiple honors at the prestigious regional 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing awards competition. They were each recognized for their artworks, which stood out among thousands of other student submissions.
Bronxville High School students participated in a variety of workshops and heard from influential guest speakers who shared insight about the impact that food has on our lives during the annual Student Faculty Legislature Day on Jan. 28.
Justine McClellan – a high school science teacher and pioneer in the development of the district’s work on the Bronx River – has been honored by the Bronx River Alliance with the Ripple Effect Award in recognition of her exceptional leadership and initiative to engage her community with the Bronx River.
Bronxville Elementary School will proudly present “The Lion King Pridelands” as its musical from Jan. 26-27. The spectacular production features 150 talented third- through fifth-graders, who will bring an adaptation of the beloved story to life on stage at the Bronxville School auditorium.