Life during a pandemic changes on a daily basis and sometimes it feels like we are all building a plane mid-flight. No one can relate to this more than Briarcliff High School Theater Director Paul Kite, who has been working with students on their spring musical and helping them figure things out as they went along.
One of the best things about Briarcliff High School is that you can take college-level classes that count as college credits. BHS juniors have been gearing up for an online art exhibit and have been hard at work on their paintings in Beginning Oil Painting, College Level, an art class taught by Briarcliff High School teacher Roxanne Ritacco.
When she chose to take a year off from her studies at Princeton University, Briarcliff High School alum Maddie Plank had no idea how much she would gain from the experience.
If you are reading this right now you have implicit bias. According to Dr. Bryant T. Marks, there are two things needed in order to have implicit bias: the first is having a brain and the second is living in society. According to Dr. Marks, every single one of us is repeatedly overexposed to certain things that can make us have implicit bias through no fault of our own.
Whether it’s on the field, in the gym or at the pool, Briarcliff students are eager to get back to sports and it shows; a whopping 45 students signed up for varsity football - an unprecedented number – and the gymnasiums and pool are filled with students eager to play sports and get moving.