Oh! The Places You'll Go!
This video is a video for the Newburgh Free Academy, Class of 2018 - Oh! The Places You'll Go!
Newburgh celebrates graduating P-Tech 'trailblazers'
NEW WINDSOR – Kayla DeLeon and other Newburgh Free Academy seniors took turns addressing the village – a roomful of administrators, teachers,
June 2018 Regents Schedule
For afternoon exams, students should be at their regular bus stop by 10:30 a.m.
Pens and Pencils will be provided by the school
No cell phones or calculators allowed in the testing room
TEACHERS: Are you and your students doing something great? Please contact your Communication Strategist. We’d love to attend or post your pictures and recap to highlight the amazing accomplishments throughout our district! Grades PreK-5 Angela Wise (email@example.com) and Grades 6-12 Cassie Sklarz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Kick Off to Middle School BBQ
Each school will be hosting a Transitioning to Middle School BBQ for students who will be entering 6th grade. There will be a faculty and staff meet and greet, middle school Q & A, and building specific activities.
The BBQ event(s) will take place from 12 Noon - 2PM at South Middle School, Meadow Hill School, and Temple Hill Academy. Heritage Middle School's BBQ event will take place from 5:30PM - 7:30PM.
Eight Scholars from the Newburgh Free Academy Varsity Football Team Sign to Play in College
Eight scholars from the Newburgh Free Academy Varsity football team sign to play football in college. Players were joined by various friends and family members to celebrate the occasion. Co-principals Mr. Raul Rodriguez and Mr. Matteo Doddo, along with Head Football Coach, Bill Bianco organized the event
Vernon Smith, #5, cornerback and wide receiver will be playing for SUNY Brockport and plans to study exercise science
Wayne Murray, #8, tight end and defensive line, will be attending Morrisville State College and plans to study computer science.
Pete Matthews, #11, kicker and punter, will be attending Robert Morris University and plans to study communications.
Sam Nicholas, #7, defensive end and full back, will be attending Alfred State…
Important Letter from Dr. Roberto Padilla, Superintendent of the Newburgh Enlarged City School...
Dear NECSD community
My sincerest gratitude for your flexibility and patience as we rebound from last week’s unexpected tornado. Our hearts are heavy. The loss of one of our scholars is difficult for everyone. The NECSD community has shown an outpouring of love and support for all of our families who are struggling from the impact of the storm, but especially for the Garzon family. Gina was a sweet and kind young child. The loss of her life will be felt deeply throughout our community. It is truly through the love and work of all that we are able to come together as a community during this difficult time.
Our scholars may experience grief as a result of the untimely passing of a peer. Grief can come in many forms, manifest in different…