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.
Month: October 2018
Janice Salmeri Parent Coordinator will be hosting a Parent Morning Breakfast on Monday, November 19 at 8:30am. The guest speaker is Rhetta Barron, Restorative Justice Coordinator. Parents will have the opportunity to experience a circle and to listen to Rhetta discuss the program at Baruch and advisory.
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!
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:
September Boy Student Athlete of the Month:
Chris Choy and Quincy Ciosek
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