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Thanks to everyone for making the We Are One Dinner an amazing success. Here are some photos from the night. If you are interested in high resolution prints, please click here: http://deborahjk.zenfolio.com/newrosepta Password: VIP Once on the website, you can … Continue reading
Ticket Purchase is still permitted through 5/4, 10 AM. As of 4/30 seating assignments will be finalized. When purchasing after 4/30, list your seating preference and we will do the best we can to have you join your preferred group. … Continue reading
Some good news we’d like to share! New Rochelle SEPTA won the Best of the Best Award from the Westchester East Putnam Region PTA for having an outstanding unit this year. Thanks to everyone for your support and participation!
Thanks to everyone who made the 2016 We Are One Award Dinner a huge success! Click to see photos. Watch a video prepared for Award Recipient Donald Ross 2016 We Are One Award Recipients Albert Leonard Middle School – Donald … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who made this night a success! Photos to come shortly. SEPTA PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THE 2015 WE ARE ONE AWARD RECIPIENTS Albert Leonard Middle School -Karen Johnson Barnard School – Joanna Genovese Columbus School – Andy Thomas Davis … Continue reading
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The October 2014 SEPTA General Meeting featured a workshop on the best ways to use a selection of apps. If you missed it or want a refresher, just click to learn some easy to follow instructions.
A Note From Girl Scout Troop 2981 – We are high school freshmen in New Rochelle. We have been Girl Scouts for many years. Now we are working on our Silver Award project. Our project is to provide the Special … Continue reading
We want to share the link to Mayor Bramson’s moving and courageous blog post. Thank you, Mayor Bramson, for understanding and supporting children and adults with disabilities. http://www.noambramson.org/2014/07/child-home-neighborhood-community-conscience/