On April 8, 40 eighth grade students from Peekskill Middle School had the opportunity to travel to the Yorktown BOCES Tech Center to tour classrooms and facilities while examining their future options for 11th and 12th grade study. Click on the headline above to read more about their trip.
There was a playful picnic on the stage of Woodside Elementary when our students recently presented the musical, “Bugz” for parents and classmates. All of our students helped pitch in – our Lady Bugs were in charge of proper etiquette, the Army Ants handled security, the Fireflies lit up the stage and entertainment was provided by the Bumble Bees. The Stink Bug was even there to get a few laughs out of the day’s guests!
A group of Peekskill Middle School students are working to promote sustainability and sustainable practices at Depew Park, as well as monitor the overall quality of the health of Lake Mitchell, as part of their participation in the 21st annual Wheelabrator Symposium for Environment and Education. To learn more about their project, click on the headline above.
Congratulations to those who were recently honored at the 2015 Peekskill Middle School/LEAP Girls Rock & Living Legacy Awards Night which took place at PKMS on March 26. The event was held in recognition of Black History and Women’s History months and celebrated PKMS girls and women in the Peekskill community who have made a difference through their contributions. Click on the headline above for a complete list of honorees.
PHS' new robotics team, the Iron Devils have once again shown they have a serious skill for engineering by coming in fourth of 12 competing teams at the Regional "Rube Goldberg Competition" at the 12th Annual Lower Hudson Valley Engineering EXPO which took place on Sunday, March 22 at White Plains High School.