In today’s day and age, staying healthy can be a big challenge, especially for teenagers. Thus, Ms. Healy took initiative and created a class that promotes living a healthy lifestyle. Continue reading to learn about this new elective! Continue reading Ms. Healy’s New Class: Wellness 4 Life
Every year the midnight run, organized by Congregation B’nai Yisrael, gives bountiful aid to the homeless in New York City. One of this year’s participants covered the “behind the scenes” of the event. Let’s see what she discovered! Continue reading The Annual Midnight Run
As the holiday season comes to a close, let’s reflect on how Armonk Square was festive for the holidays! Continue reading HOW DID THE TOWN OF ARMONK CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS?
Being a student in a particularly competitive school district, we are inevitably drawn to check our latest grades. Administration has taken charge by limiting the times students and parents are able to view the Parent Portal. Read this article to learn more about how students feel about this new change! Continue reading Limiting Access to the Parent Portal
Being a musician requires lots of practice and hard work. Constructive criticism can help a student go from mediocre to magnificent! For students wishing to play beyond the school band or orchestra, there is an organization that can support you in becoming an even better musician! Read all about it here! Continue reading A Symphony of Opportunities Beyond the Classroom
With schoolwork, sports, clubs, and other extracurricular activities, a high school student’s life is already busy. What about adding another responsibility into the mix – having a job? Read this article to hear about BHHS’ students who have jobs and learn how they manage their time! Continue reading School + Work = A Difficult Equation to Balance, Yet An Enriching Experience
Did you see the Varley Players’ production of Twelfth Night? If you didn’t, read more to hear about this excellent production. Continue reading Twelfth Night