Although they had a few recent losses, the Varsity Ice Hockey team’s strong start to the season has guaranteed them a spot in the playoffs. That doesn’t mean, however, that it will be a smooth sailing.
Putting yourself in other people’s shoes is one of the best ways to foster understanding and compassion towards those who may be different from you.
Recently, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, students at Briarcliff High School had a chance to do just that.
Students in Jessica Dubin’s ceramics class at Briarcliff High School recently got a glimpse of what it is like to create items out of clay in the real world.
At a class trip to Peekskill Clay Studios last week, students had the chance to use a potter’s wheel, and also got some inspiration for upcoming class projects.
Coming soon to your school cafeteria!
There is a new Food Service Director in the district and he has a lot of new and exciting ideas that he is bringing into the cafeterias in all three schools.
Peter Patane has recently joined Briarcliff Manor School District and has already began to roll out some new items for students and staff to enjoy during their lunch and before school starts.
Climate change. Mental health. Exploring cultures. Those are some of the themes that students in AP Art at Briarcliff High School have selected for their portfolios.
During the year-long course, students are required to create 15 pieces of art that are part of a theme, which they select in the beginning of the year.
Maybe it was the free Oreos, or wearing Hawaiian shirts, but whatever it was, members of the Briarcliff High School Academic Challenge Club recently won first place in the A division of the Metropolitan Academic Challenge Conference (M.A.C.C.) tournament against 11 schools from Westchester and Connecticut.