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Robotics Team


Meteorologists in Training

Eighth-grade students in Melissa Valenti’s earth science class are working in the library media center this winter to both inform and entertain the student body about the capricious winter weather. 

Each week, different students use their new knowledge of Weather Synoptics, computer models and forecasting to become local weather reporters for the MSHS’s weekly video production, “TGI Tiger News.” 

In addition, students, faculty and staff will have the opportunity to have some fun for a good cause. With a donation of nonperishable food to be delivered to a local food bank, contestants can select a day in hopes of a delay, early dismissal or snow day. Winners will receive tasty treats!

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Giving Back in Honor of MLK Jr. Day

MLK imageDespite having the day off from school, North Salem High School students took time to give back and reflect on the importance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s impact on the country on Monday, Jan. 15.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a holiday dedicated to remembering Dr. King’s contributions to the civil rights movement.

In a special edition of TGI Tiger News, high school students Amira Flayhan and Josh Coverdale hosted a segment highlighting the many ways that their peers volunteer and have a positive impact on their community and beyond, not only on the holiday, but year-round.



National Honor Society Induction

AP Artists’ Work To Be Featured at KMA

High school Advanced Placement art students are in the process of developing the “concentration” portion of their portfolios in preparation for the annual Young Artists 2018 exhibition at the Katonah Museum of Art, opening this month.

This particular body of related works will demonstrate sustained and thoughtful investigation of a specific visual idea.

“From the onset of brainstorming to reflection and self-assessment, this visual investigation involves critical and creative thinking, collaboration and communication,” said fine arts teacher Diana Marinovic. “The works that are the culmination of this solving process will be featured at the Young Artists 2018 show at the Katonah Museum of Art.”

AP art students Nicholas Bruni, Julianna Cervoni, Joshua Coverdale, Shayna Cuascut, Olivia DeSanto, Alina DiMella, Daniella Jacobsen, Jacob Lanyi, Julie Laqueur, Molly McGuinness, Kelly O’Toole, Brianna Perez, Zachary Prisciandaro and Kathleen Wagner will represent North Salem High School among the more than 40 Dutchess, Fairfield, Rockland and Westchester county schools that are a part of the annual exhibition.

The show will run from Jan. 21-Feb. 11, with an opening reception on Sunday, Jan. 21 from 3-5 p.m. For more information about the exhibition, please click here.


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Postcard Design: Kevin Lema, Peekskill High School


AP art students led 7th graders through an inquiry based discussion about artists Arman and Nick Cave who both use “objects” to comment on or “object” to social issues. This dialogue introduced seventh graders to work from the exhibit, *Object Out Loud: Arman and Nick Cave, *at the Katonah Museum of Art prior to their visit.​ Following the trip, the AP art students facilitated an activity where the seventh graders developed their own mixed media wearable works of art that reflected an aspect of their identity.



English Honor Society



Chase University River Central School District