BOE Planning/Action Meeting - November 2, 2016

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Celebrating Loved Ones

Bayview Avenue hosted its annual Grandparents’ Day Celebration, which offered students the opportunity to thank their special guests for all that they do and serenade them with songs.
Students in all grade levels performed renditions of songs including “Grandparents’ Day Rap,” “Bright Happy Day,” “Funny Things About Grandparents,” and “A Song for Grandma & Grandpa.” Honorees Margaret M. Meyveci and Michele Steinmetz were then recognized individually for consistently showcasing the characteristics that make grandparents so special. The event served as a heartwarming way for students and their grandparents to celebrate each other.

Acts of Kindness


As part of its celebration of Spirit Day, students at New Visions performed skits that demonstrated the school’s five rules for all students to abide by: be here and ready, be safe, be caring, be responsible and be respectful.

The event correlates directly to the ongoing lessons in character education at the school. It also served as a fun and creative way for students to not only showcase their creativity through performing their skits, but also to learn how the application of these rules help in real life.

Little League Honors Dr. Kuncham

The Freeport Little League recently recognized Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kishore Kuncham with the organization’s Humanitarian of the Year award. Dr. Kuncham was chosen for this award in recognition of his continued support of the Freeport Little League and his ongoing efforts to promote peace within the community and around the world.

“I am deeply honored and grateful to receive this award,” said Dr. Kuncham. “The Freeport Little League plays an invaluable role in the lives of our children and deserves to be commended for their dedication and commitment to serving our community.”

R.E.F.I.T. Elects Dr. Kuncham as New President

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kishore Kuncham was recently elected to serve as president of Reform Educational Financing Inequities Today. R.E.F.I.T. is a consortium of school districts who have joined together to secure for their students the advantages enjoyed by their peers in other areas and for their communities a fair and equitable share of New York State aid to education.

“I am honored to serve as president of R.E.F.I.T.,” said Dr. Kuncham. “New York State must be held accountable to address the inequities in school funding especially for the high tax/low wealth school districts, who are struggling to provide all students with a quality education. We will continue to fight for full restoration of Foundation Aid and work to reform the state aid. The state owes $3.9 billion to school districts across the state.”
In 1974, 30 high tax/low wealth school districts challenged the constitutionality of New York State’s financing system in the Levittown vs. Nyquist case. In June 1978, Nassau County Supreme Court Justice L. Kingsly Smith ordered the New York State Legislature to reform the state aid formula to provide equity in funding for all needy school districts.
Following that decision, the high tax/low wealth school districts joined together and formed R.E.F.I.T. The organization’s mission was and still is to use all available means including continued or additional legal action to obtain the equal protection that is guaranteed by the New York State’s constitution for the students who reside in high tax/low wealth districts.

College Admissions for the Student Athlete Workshop

We are pleased to invite student athletes and their parents to an informative workshop on the College Admission Process for the Student Athlete on Wednesday, November 9th at 7:30 pm in the FHS Performing Arts Center. The topics covered will be: College Admission Process, Recruiting a college, The Athletic Advantage Talent evaluation, camps, showcases, NCAA Clearinghouse, and Grades 9, 10, 11, 12 timelines. The presenter, Andrew Herman Mr. Herman has over 20 years of experience in athletics as an athlete, a teacher, a coach, and an athletic administrator. Participants will leave with a plan of action and sample materials needed to assemble their own unique pro-active recruiting package. There will also be a question and answer period at the end of the program.


Football, Fun and Festivities


The school district community joined together for an afternoon filled with school spirit and football fun on Oct. 8. Members of the board of education, administrators, staff, students, parents, and elected officials, filled the bleachers for homecoming 2016 as they watched the Red Devils score a huge win against the Plainview-Old Bethpage Hawks. The district’s traditional family fair, complete with games and food served by members of various school clubs and elementary PTA, provided entertainment adjacent to the field.

In a special ceremony prior to the game, members of the Freeport High School Class of 1966 presented a check for $535 to high school principal Linda Carter and members of the board of education. The funds will be used to purchase a new showcase inside the school. During halftime, the marching band and cheerleaders performed their synchronized routines to precision, and the Red Devils then secured their victory.

As a festive precursor to the varsity football team’s entrance, a parade featuring the Freeport High School marching band, cheerleaders, members of the Navy Junior ROTC and the homecoming court — prince Sebastian Pierre and princess Dillon Finch, and senior class king and queen Domingo Batista and Kaitlyn Adames — made its way onto the track surrounding the field.

Freeport’s homecoming festivities and victorious football team contributed to the celebration of community pride.

Beautiful Sights and Sounds of Peace


In honor of International Peace Day, the International Day of Nonviolence and the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, the district hosted its annual districtwide Peace Concert & Art Exhibit on Oct. 6 at the Performing Arts Center at the high school.

Hundreds of students, parents, board of education members, administrators, elected officials and community members attended the event, which featured harmonious peace-themed performances and artwork showcased by each of the district’s eight schools. The concert also served as the district’s first event to feature a brand new baby grand piano donated by the Freeport Educational Foundation.

“Freeport is such a diverse community, and this is our way of showing how our community and school district come together for peace,” said Board of Education President Michael Pomerico. “There’s violence and bad things that occur in other parts of the world, but this is just another example of what Freeport, as such a diversified community, can do.”

The concert was emceed by high school student and standout vocalist Michael Desir, who provided insightful messages about peace and love as transitions from one performance to the next. Following the Presentation of Colors by members of the high school’s Navy JROTC and a rendition of the national anthem by high school student Alyna Golde, students from each school took turns gracing the stage with various spirited performances.

Kindergartners from Columbus Avenue sang and danced to “Peace Today” under the direction of choreographer Amanda Rodriguez; fifth-graders from Atkinson sang “We All Bleed Red” under the direction of Stephanie Arnell; fourth-graders from New Visions sang and marched to “Love Train” under the direction of Crystal Leotaud; fourth-graders from Bayview sang “Ev’rybody’s Talkin’ ‘Bout Peace” under the direction of Jeannie Leal; the high school’s Sinfonietta performed “You’ll Never Walk Alone” under the direction of student conductor Christina Morris; second-graders from Archer Street sang “My Peace” under the direction of Jennifer Skelly; Giblyn fourth-graders sang “We Can Dream” under the direction of Shannon Abramovitz; and Dodd’s Select Chorale, under the direction of Sherill Spruill, sang “This is My Wish” and led a candlelight observance for peace encouraging all schools and audience members to shine their lights and sing along.

The Peace Concert and Art Exhibit served as a harmonious and beautiful forum to spread the messages of peace and nonviolence throughout the world, beginning in the Village of Freeport.


We All Bleed Red

On Oct. 6, the Atkinson fifth-grade Select Chorus performed “We All Bleed Red” at the annual districtwide Peace Concert and Art Exhibit. Chorus teacher Stephanie Arnell conducted a heartfelt arrangement and included teachers and administrators in the piece to emphasize the meaning of the song. The performance served as a remarkable showcase of the talents and dedication of the school’s fifth-graders. In addition, the artwork of Emily Hertzberg’s and Eleanore Barry’s students displayed individual perspectives of harmony and peace. The school is proud of its students and relishes in the celebration of their successes.

Superb Singers Earn All-State Distinction

Three high school Select Chorale members have earned the prestigious honor of representing the district at the annual New York State School Music Association Winter Conference in Rochester on Dec. 1-4.

The three standout vocalists — Melissa Alvarez, Michael Desir and Christina Morris — are also officers of the school’s Select Chorale, led by Director Monique Retzlaff. Morris is president, Desir is vice president and Alvarez is librarian.
The district extends its congratulations to Christina, Michael and Melissa for the tremendous distinction, and wishes them the best of luck in Rochester.

SPLASH of Artistic Altruism

Under the supervision of Visual Arts Facilitator Jocelyn Rodriguez and art teacher Lauren Levine, 25 high school art students created PEACE and Harmony of Community-inspired recycled art sculptures from the garbage collected by Operation Stop Polluting, Littering and Save Harbors (S.P.L.A.S.H.)
Designed to clean up the waterways of Freeport, Coordinator of the Arts Ruth Breidenbach and Larry Dresner, Executive Director of the Long Island Arts Council coordinated the event, which took place on location at Operation S.P.L.A.S.H. on the Freeport Nautical Mile.

The students also had a surprise visit from New York State Senator Michael Venditto during the event. The district looks forward to displaying the sculptures at the Peace Concert and Art Exhibit on Oct. 6, and also to working with Operation S.P.L.A.S.H and the Long Island Arts Council in future collaborations.

Artistically Amazing

High school sophomore Ninoska Lugo-Aquino placed second in her division in the 2016 Arts Alive Long Island Poster Contest, which featured 200 submissions from 125 districts.

Aquino received a certificate of participation signed by Regent Roger Tilles at an awards ceremony attended by members of the district Art Department and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kishore Kuncham in September. She also had her poster framed by Long Island Picture Framers and displayed at the Long Island Children’s Museum through October in celebration of National Arts and Humanities month.

This was the first time the high school has participated in the contest, and the district extends its congratulations to Aquino for her outstanding artwork.

Bayview Learns Dangers of Smoking

As part of its ongoing slate of prevention programs, Bayview Avenue hosted lessons about the dangers of smoking, and encouraged students to say “no” to cigarettes.
In interactive lessons hosted by school social worker Cindy Misrock, students learned about the harmful ingredients in cigarettes and how smoking deteriorates vital organs in the human body. Misrock read aloud a “No Smoking” book to students, who asked questions throughout the reading.
The lessons are serving as a precursor to a schoolwide No Smoking Poster Contest, which will encourage students to use their imaginations to create artwork depicting what they have learned.

Paying Respect With Art

Language teacher Gabrielle Mangot’s ENL students at Dodd observed the 15th anniversary of the events on Sept. 11 by creating astounding artwork of the Twin Towers and surrounding areas.

Following their study and research of the causes and effects of the tragic day, students used their creativity to create drawings, sketches and miniature structures of the buildings. Their work was showcased throughout the classroom, and also in a display case outside the classroom.

The school is proud of the students’ creations, which serve not only as beautiful tributes to the buildings, but also as supplements to their study of history.

Bilingual Class Presents at Board Meeting

Students in Mr. Mata-Castro’s transitional bilingual class at Atkinson showcased their talents in a spirited and energetic performance at the district’s Sept. 21 Board of Education meeting. The students, performing under the direction of fifth-grade chorus teacher Ms. Arnell and in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, introduced a game children play in Mexico and invited meeting attendees to participate. The Atkinson community is proud of the students’ performance and achievements.

HS Names 40 AP Scholars

Forty students in the high school’s Classes of 2016 and 2017 have earned the prestigious designation of Advanced Placement Scholar from the College Board due to their outstanding achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement exams.

The College Board recognizes several levels of achievement based on a student’s performance on AP exams. Two students were named National AP Scholars. Fourteen students were named AP Scholars with Distinction. Four students were named AP Scholars with Honor, and 20 were designated as AP Scholars.

At FHS, Advanced Placement courses are open to students who are recommended by their teachers; students must then maintain an average of 85 percent or better to remain at the AP level. Students can earn college credits while still in high school, advanced placement or both for successful performance on the AP exams. As college admissions become more competitive and tuitions more costly, participation in AP courses has become an increasingly important component for acceptance to the top colleges and universities. Successful completion of AP courses is also considered a good indicator of future success by most colleges.

National AP Scholars
Two students qualified for the National AP Scholar award by receiving an average of at least 4 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams. These students are Sarah Heins and Bryan Mars.

AP Scholars with Distinction
Fourteen students received AP Scholar with Distinction awards by earning an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams. These students are Freddy Aber, Joanna Caravantes, Jasmine Euell, Claire Goremusandu, Sarah Heins, Luis Lopez Cardona, George Magliore, Bryan Mars, Christopher Meszaros-Rodriguez, Melissa Alvarez*, Sabrina Guerrero,* Ismary Jimenez,* Nyeem Maloney* and Victoria Wright.*

AP Scholars with Honor
Four students qualified for the AP Scholar with Honor Award by earning an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. Antonio Diaz, Jonathan Fey, Abbey Ebescu* and Kaitlin McLaughlin* all achieved this distinction.

AP Scholars
Twenty students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by receiving scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams. These students are Stanley Adames, Ashleigh Collins, Carl Exhume, Pedro Gutierrez, Brendan Hammond, Yumel Hernandez Pascual, Shuron Jackson, Cameryn Miller, Rebecca Robles, Amanda Roque Tobar, Gabrielle Russell, Jewelle Trotman, Tyler-Lenai Williams, Stefanie Workman, Karissa Collins,* Dylan Dominguez Sulca,* Isaiah Louder,* Johnny Palma,* Kiberly Serna* and Katiana Thompson.*

Class in session from BNL to Freeport

As part of an ongoing partnership with the renowned Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, New York, district students participated in a unique teleconference with scientists from the Center for Functional Nanomaterials at BNL.

The teleconference was the result of the district’s proposal, “Bringing Nanotechnology into the High School Curriculum,” which is being accepted by the CFN and makes Freeport the first district on Long Island to have its proposal accepted by BNL. The district is also one of three across the entire state to be awarded the “Be the Change for Kids 2016 Innovation Award” for its nanotechnology curriculum.

During the teleconference, students saw their research teacher, Edward Irwin, use “big machines,” including the scanning electron microscope and scattering apparatus to determine the size of gold nanoparticles, which had been created by Irwin’s students themselves at the high school research laboratory.

The experience of watching their teacher perform experiments side-by-side with Brookhaven scientists added another unique dimension to secondary science education. During the conference, which was moderated by CFN Assitant Director Dr. James Dickerson, students had the opportunity to ask questions of the scientists, which helped to make science real and relevant to them.

“It was an honor seeing my work being used and presented by such a distinguished national laboratory,” said sophomore Leah Hochman following the teleconference. “Being able to view all of the processes being used to obtain results and images pertaining to my nanoparticles was extremely informative and eye-opening.”

Dodd seventh-grader Ryan Francois said, “I had such a great time watching the scientist do the lab and see the computer and microscope work together to give us a perfect image. I had so many questions and they answered them all so I could understand the information.  I especially loved the liquid nitrogen being used for a vacuum seal in the microscope.”  

The teleconference call linking BNL, the high school and Dodd served as an interactive way for students to step into the lab directly from their classrooms.

Freeport Standout’s Scientific Summer

High school freshman Valeria Ventura spent her summer vacation in a most unique way, honing her advanced scientific knowledge by participating in the prestigious Physicists Inspiring the Next Generation 2016: Exploring the Cosmos with the National Radio Telescope Observatory summer program. Ventura was just one of 20 students nationwide — and the only one from New York — to be accepted to the program in West Virginia.
Ventura spent nearly two weeks learning various scientific concepts and participating in several experiments and workshops, including conducting research to observe the “invisible” universe using a 40-foot radio telescope — the largest in the world — and, under the supervision of NRAO staff, participating in supplementary educational activities, including building electronic circuits and writing computer code.
In addition, Ventura will be participating in the Pulsar Search Colaboratory project, the principal investigators of which are West Virginia University and NRAO. The project, funded by the National Science Foundation, involves searching for undiscovered pulsars. Beginning in the first week of October, Ventura will be enrolled in an online class on pulsars, and will be assigned a professor from West Virginia University as her mentor. The class will have weekly assignments and homework, and will run for six weeks. Upon completion of the course, Ventura will begin analyzing data by the Green Bank radio telescope. Depending on her performance in the course and the data analysis, Ventura has the opportunity to attend the American Astronomers Association meeting in Dallas, Texas early next year, with the costs of attending provided by NRAO.
Ventura’s ongoing scientific enrichment serves not only as a testament to her knowledge of the field, but also to the stellar level of advanced science instruction in the district.
“By working hand-in-hand with scientists I was able to define my passion for astronomy and I reassure myself that I want to be an astrophysicist in the future,” Valeria said of her experience. “The Freeport Public School District provided me with the opportunity to take a scientific computing class taught by Dr. Biersach, a scientist at BNL. I am very grateful to Dr. Pereira, science director at Freeport Schools, for making me aware of the PING opportunity, deciding who would write my recommendation letters and exposing me to different areas of scientific research like computer programming. I am also grateful for all my ESL teachers who taught me how to communicate and express myself.”

Atkinson Walks for Peace

Atkinson students, parents, faculty members and administrators participated in a display of support and dedication to the Freeport community and the spreading of peace at the district’s Peace Walk on Sept. 17. Participants had the opportunity to see the beautiful landmarks in the Village of Freeport and demonstrated their unity and pride in being part of the district.

Schools Receive Supplies

Thanks to the ongoing partnership between the district and the United Way of Long Island, the district received 72 boxes of school supplies for students’ use.

The boxes included various assorted items, including backpacks, notebooks, binders, pencils, crayons, scissors and folders. Freeport schools extend their warmest gratitude to the United Way of Long Island for its generosity, and for helping to support the district’s dedication to each student’s academic enrichment.
"As an organization, the United Way of Long Island provides much needed services and supplies,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kishore Kuncham. “I thank them for donating these supplies to our students who will greatly benefit from their generosity."

Atkinson Teachers Continue Learning

Atkinson teachers continued their dedication to lifelong learning during Superintendent’s Conference Day prior to the 2016-17 school year.
The educators were guided by some of the district’s finest leaders. Glori Engle, director of English language arts, reviewed and focused on teaching comprehension and computer-based resources for teaching modules. Gerard Poole, assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, focused on instructional shifts in the social studies framework and C3 inquiry. Math and science teachers joined Anthony Murray, director of math and technology, and Dr. Vincent Pereira, director of science, to enhance effective problem-solving instruction, deepening content knowledge of mathematics and inquiry-based science instruction.  
The teachers collaborated and prepared to move students forward in a nurturing environment in which they will be engaged in productive activities.

Smiles Abound for District’s First Day


Excited students, families, faculty members and administrators were welcomed back to the district for the first day of school on Sept. 1.

Students kicked off the 2016-2017 school year by participating in a variety of fun and educational activites across all eight buildings. High schoolers reconnected with their peers prior to homeroom and eagerly found their way to their new classes, while the younger students arrived to their schools either holding a family member’s hand or on a school bus.

The classes of 2017 and 2029 began their final years at the high school and Columbus, respectively. At the elementary schools, family members were invited to join the students in their classrooms to usher in the new year.

On Freeport’s first day, students at each grade level began another year of accomplishments and accolades, and moved one step closer to realizing their dreams.

District Staff Primed for Another Stellar Year


Staff members throughout the district participated in an inspiring and informative two-day Superintendent’s Conference prior to the start of the 2016-2017 school year.

The district’s overarching theme for this year is for each staff member to “Be An Olympian,” and to go above and beyond — just as Olympians strive to move faster, higher and stronger — in their commitment to maximize each student’s potential. On the opening day of the conference in the high school’s Performing Arts Center, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kishore Kuncham began his motivational speech highlighting the accomplishments of the prior year. Among these were the significant increase to reading levels of elementary students, improvements in Grades 3 – 8 testing scores, maintaining the highest level of graduation, the increased number of students enrolled in college credit programs, the record number of academic teams competing at the national level and many other recognitions. Dr. Kuncham thanked the staff for their amazing hard work and turned his focus to the coming school year.

“We have the clarity, we know the paths, we have the blueprint. We are moving in the right direction, taking our district to new heights by continuing to create world-class opportunities for our students.” Dr. Kuncham said. “We are here to change lives, we are here to change minds, and we are here to shout encouragement. I know I am speaking to the choir, but let me remind everyone that every child is a treasure. We are here to unlock their genius, greatness and full potential. Today, let’s refocus, rekindle and refresh. Let’s keep moving faster, higher and stronger like the Olympians. Please don’t convince yourself that you can’t give more, and there is tomorrow. There is only now. Olympians do not see obstacles and impediments – they see desired results. They are all in, all the time. They have great faith and belief in themselves. I believe in our students and I believe in each and every one of you. Be an Olympian – create hope, encourage effort and strive for excellence – faster, higher, and stronger!”

Board President Michael Pomerico lauded the district’s accomplishments, and commended the staff members for all that they do, encouraging them to continue inspiring their students to reach for the stars.

“[We] recognize your hard work, commitment to excellence, tireless efforts, patience and dedication to our children throughout the year,”  Mr. Pomerico said.

On day two, staff members divided into smaller groups and participated in several professional development workshops — many of which were hosted by consultants specializing in a wide range of subject areas.

Superintendent’s Conference Day served not only as a motivational precursor to the start of the school year for districtt staff, but also as a way for them to continue honing their crafts and ultimately striving to become district Olympians.

Atkinson Hosts Fifth-Grade Orientation

Atkinson hosted a fifth-grade orientation for incoming students and their families prior to the start of the 2016-1017 school year.
The program, designed to welcome and introduce students to their school for the next two years, was hosted by administrators and faculty members. Sixth-grade peer leaders also took an active role at orientation, providing a tour of the school to their incoming counterparts and helping to answer any questions they had about the transition from elementary school. Principal Connie Velez also assured students and their families that the Atkinson team is always available to offer assistance and to put students in positions to succeed.
The orientation was an informative precursor to another exciting year for the district’s Class of 2024 and its families.

Message from Board of Education President Michael Pomerico

On behalf of the Board of Education, I am pleased to welcome parents, students and staff to the 2016-2017 school year. This has been a busy summer, with more than 1,500 students enrolled in programs such as the Summer Academy of the Arts, academic support and science research.

Over the summer, we upgraded our network and internet infrastructure, and under the state’s Smart Schools Bond Act, we will be implementing a comprehensive infusion of technology into our classrooms. In the new school year, we will be adding courses such as AP Computer Science and Music Theory at our high school. We will also be providing our students with enhanced learning spaces, such as a new science lab at Dodd and a new media arts classroom at Freeport High School.

As a Board, our priority is to provide our children with the very best educational opportunities possible while keeping in mind the needs of our taxpayers. We are especially pleased that, for the second year in a row and for the fourth time in nine years, we have been able to bring a school budget with a decrease in the tax levy. Our Standard & Poor’s bond rating continues to be AA, which is among the highest of all school districts in the state.

Dr. Kuncham continues to lead our district to new heights. We are proud of our schools and we understand how critical it is for our children to have access to the outstanding education they need and deserve. Our teachers and administrators are highly competent, caring professionals who are committed to serving all of our children.

As Board members, we are also community members. We have a deep understanding of the needs of our children and the value our families place on their children’s education and their hopes and dreams for their futures. This awareness guides our work throughout the year. I invite parents and all of our community members to attend our Board meetings, introduce yourselves to us and share your thoughts. We look forward to seeing you at the many concerts, sporting events and other activities during the school year.  

High School Hosts Freshman Orientation

The high school hosted a freshman orientation for its incoming Class of 2020 and their families prior to the start of the 2016-2017 school year.
With members of the district’s board of education, administrators, staff and faculty members in attendance, students and their families were welcomed and introduced to their new school. Administrators and department chairpersons spoke about the many programs at the school, while members of the Peer Leadership Program led the freshmen on a tour of the building and conducted small group discussions in various classrooms. These discussions served as a way for the new students to ask questions, gather information and learn about all of the opportunities available to them as they begin a new chapter in their lives.

Message from Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kishore Kuncham

It’s with great excitement and optimism that I welcome you to the new academic year. The start of school brings with it a sense of enthusiasm and renewed purpose. We are looking ahead to providing stimulating educational opportunities that will ensure our children’s continued success.

The past years have been challenging and demanding as we raced to keep up with the public education reform initiatives. Our outpouring of concern to the New York State Education Department has finally been heard and a recalibration to better align the Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) and the CCLS assessments is underway.

We remain devoted to the level of rigor and expectations brought about by the change in standards and assessments. There has been commendable growth in our elementary reading levels and our graduation rate maintains at its highest level. Our children will continue to receive the excellent education they deserve.

While strengthening many of our instructional initiatives, this year we are launching a massive infusion of technology, facility upgrades, and numerous program innovations for staff and students. The schools will have additional iPads, chrome books, interactive boards and faster internet service.  Along with these additional devices, our teachers and administrators are receiving training in enhancing learning through the integration of technology. We are preparing our students to be active participants in this era of globalization.

In addition to delivering every opportunity for academic excellence, our students are engaged in social emotional learning programs in every building. On every grade level, our children are learning to make good choices and solve problems effectively.

We are eager for the children to return to school and are enthusiastic about the exciting school year ahead. We look forward to a year of learning, creativity and remarkable accomplishments.   

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