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Briarcliff Manor Union Free School District

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Students Learn the Ins and Outs of a TV News Report Straight from the Source

In 1997 BBC video journalist James Cooke was asked to move from London to New York for six months to help in the network’s Manhattan branch At the time, he had no idea those six months would turn into twenty-five years, in which he would travel all over the world covering stories.

Mr. Cooke recently visited film students in Briarcliff High School to share his experiences working for the BBC and shooting news stories. He even helped the students create videos of their own.

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Briarcliff High School Honors Spanish Teacher as Recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award

Briarcliff High School is proud to announce the recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award: BHS Spanish teacher Deirdre Dilworth, a 1992 alumnus.

The award recognizes and honors Briarcliff's tradition of excellence. Briarcliff graduates have consistently demonstrated exemplary achievement in every walk of life. Ms. Dilworth's photo will be displayed in the main lobby, along with past recipients, which will offer inspiration and a positive vision for current and future students. 

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Briarcliff Intern Hopes to instill a Love of Music

She plays the trombone, the baritone horn, the tuba and the trumpet. And she’s teaching herself how to play the saxophone. Is there an instrument Briarcliff High School Senior Jessica Casper can’t play?

Luckily for Todd and Briarcliff Middle School band students, Jessica will be sharing her knowledge of band instruments and her passion for music with them as part of her senior internship with music teacher Gwynne Whitman.

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