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November 1, 2019

What's Happening in Chappaqua's Schools. November 1, 2019

CUM LAUDE Society Inductions

Dr. John Prignano delivers the Faculty Keynote AddressHorace Greeley High School’s official motto is The Lifelong Joy of Learning. Greeley students are inspired and empowered as they consistently engaged in learning experiences that nurture critical thinking and collaborative problem-solving. As a result of this hard work during their time at HGHS, many of our students are recognized for their amazing accomplishments!

At a ceremony on October 29th, 166 seniors were inducted into the Cum Laude Society, which is an academic recognition program for members of the Senior class based on a set GPA.

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Special Education Consultant Appointed By The Board Of Education

Dr. Carolyn McGuffog

Dr. Carolyn McGuffog was appointed by the BOE on Oct. 30th as a consultant to assist the District in its review of special education practices and to share recommendations for improvement.

The District hires consultants regularly to support our staff as they engage in curricular and social emotional work with our students. We welcome this opportunity to support the special education program in this way.

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Officer Mazzocchi Named SRO At HGHS

Officer Michelle MazzocchiIn a joint agreement with the Town of New Castle, the Chappaqua School District Board of Education has named and acknowledged Michelle Mazzocchi as the School Resource Officer (SRO) at Horace Greeley High School.

“We are thrilled that Officer Mazzocchi will be the School Resource Office at Horace Greeley High School. Having been assigned to work at Greeley since 2018, Officer Mazzocchi knows the students and the school culture and is the ideal candidate to serve our community in this new, formalized position,” said Dr. Christine Ackerman, Superintendent of the Chappaqua Central School District.

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High School Students Learn Leadership Lessons From Greeley Grad Bill Ackman ('84)

HG alum Bill Ackman with SEL Fellowship students from Greeley.

Our HGHS SEL Student Fellowship recently had the opportunity to take a trip into NYC to visit with Pershing Square Capital CEO, Mr. Bill Ackman. Mr. Ackman, who grew up in Chappaqua, is an American investor, hedge fund manager and philanthropist who started Pershing in 2004. 

Mr. Ackman hosted our students from Greeley and used the opportunity to share his experiences in life and business. The students had an incredible experience with Mr. Ackman and afterwards reflected on some of their key takeaways from their meeting with him, which included the importance of maintaining a healthy work/life balance and surrounding yourself with good people who have your best interest at heart. 

Mr. Ackman also impressed on our students the direct connection between success in life and how we deal with failure. Overall, the students had a wonderful time and used what they learned to inform their work moving forward.

 

MAP Growth Screening

N W E A M A P Growth Assessment.The measurement of student learning through screening is essential as it provides useful feedback to educators, students, and families about how students are progressing. At the building and district level, we use performance data to help teachers and leaders monitor student performance and to determine appropriate and personalized instruction. 

In an effort to expand and explore ways we can all support our children through the use of meaningful screening we will be administering the computer-based MAP® Growth™ from NWEA®.

These screenings will be administered to students in grades 3-8 in both ELA and Math from November 12th through December 6th. MAP Growth scores help teachers understand student performance by measuring achievement and growth. Teachers can then use the results to tailor classroom lessons and set personalized goals for students.

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Upcoming Events

  • Nov. 1 & 4:  DG/RB/WO Early Dismissal at 11:50am (no lunch served) - PM Parent/Teacher Conferences
  • Nov. 1:  Girls Swimming & Diving Sectionals, 5pm (SUNY Purchase)
  • Nov. 2:  Section I Field Hockey Championship #2 Mamaroneck vs. #1 Greeley, 5pm (Nyack HS)(Tickets)
  • Nov. 4-5:  Girls Swimming & Diving Section I Championship, 5pm (Felix Festa MS)  
  • Nov. 4:  SHARE/HGSF 10th Annual Spelling Bee, 7pm (HG Gym) 
  • Nov. 5:  Superintendent's Conference Day - No School for Students
  • Nov. 6:  SHARE Blood Drive, 7:45am-1:30pm (HG Academic Commons)
  • Nov. 7:  BS Grade 7 Social, 7pm (BS)
  • Nov. 7:  HG Grade 11 Parent Meeting, 7pm (Aud)
  • Nov. 7:  Area All-State Concert, 8pm (SUNY Purchase)
  • Nov. 8:  HG Class of 2023 Family Dinner & Game Night, 5pm (Cafe)
  • Nov. 9:  Cross Country Section I Championship, 8am (Bowdoin Park)
  • Nov. 11:  Holiday - Schools are Closed
  • Nov. 13:  Special Education Meeting, 9:30am
  • Nov. 13:  Board of Education Meeting, 7:30pm (HG Academic Commons)
  • Nov. 14:  CSF "Teacher Innovator of the Year" Ceremony, 3:45pm (HG iLab)
  • Nov. 15:  RB Grade 3 Parent Performance, 9am
  • Nov. 15:  SB Grade 7 Social, 6pm (SB)
  • Nov. 16:  WO PTA Used Book & Toy Sale, 10am-4pm (WO)
  • Nov. 16:  BS PTA Chappaqua Craft & Gift Fair, 10am-4pm (BS)

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