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Month: October 2018


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Baruchians came together at Beadows on Thursday October 25th to have a good time. Lilmejer and Kdollaz started out a rap battle with songs the audience enjoyed. Andre Spears and Lil Soy performed their original song Round One. The show ended with headliners Will Diaz and KIDTHEWAVE performing songs like Sandman and Without You. Kids from multiple grades seemed to have a good time as everyone came together creating a mosh pit.

Sophomores welcome the K.I.N.G. Movement

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On October 17th, the Sophomores had an assembly to welcome the K.I.N.G. Movement. They inspired the 10th graders for their year-long social action project – a collaboration between their Global Literature and Algebra II classes.

They went through the steps of taking social action. These steps included noticing a problem and investigating. The speakers talked about how if there is a problem, there is a solution, and not everyone notices the same problem. The presentation included interactive polls that the Sophomores thoroughly enjoyed!

September 2018: Student Athletes of the Month

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Each month, a male and female student athlete will win Student Athlete of the Month. They are recognized for their hard work and leadership on and off the field. Congratulations to all of these incredible student athletes. These student athletes set a great example of leadership on and off of the field.

September Girl Student Athlete of the Month:

Ava Roubanian

Ava has started all 6 Varsity Girls Soccer games at center back and leads the team in tackles and interceptions.

September Boy Student Athlete of the Month:


Chris Choy and Quincy Ciosek

Chris Choy’s Stats:
21 Shots on target
7 Goals
6 Assists
Qunicy Ciosek’s Stats:
19 Shots on Target
6 Goals
7 Assists

Book Drive Update – Thank You!

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Hooray! Ms. Ross’ book drive is fully funded.

I am humbled and honored by your generosity and thoughtfulness. My students are truly so excited to read this novel alongside The Great Gatsby and I know it will truly enrich their reading experience and understanding of the immigrant story. As a diverse school with so many American stories, both of these novels, side by side, help us understand ourselves and all of those around us.
I am excited for our winter together and can’t wait for our literary journey ahead.
Thank you so so so much.
With gratitude,
Ms. Ross

Ms. Ross’ AP Literature Book Fund

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Help Ms. Ross give her students a modern day American Dream story, reminiscent of Gatsby but one that captures the complexities, highs and lows of the immigrant story today.

Our school is filled with inquisitive, hungry, and visionary minds; while different in personality, they share a common concern for the world around them, committed to reading and learning about how to make it better.

Ms. Ross’ book fund is until Jan 12, 2019

Hooray! This project is fully funded! Thank you!

Qualify for Fee Waivers

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While the school meals forms are no longer required for lunch (as all school meals are now free), the school still needs all families to fill out the form in order to ensure we qualify for funding for our school!
This form is also required for students who want CUNY/SUNY fee waivers, CollegeBoard (SAT, AP exam) fee waivers and school-level scholarships/fee waivers for trips and events.

Please fill out the form at this link: