Nine John C. Birdlebough High School students recently displayed an array of talents and public speaking skills as they vied for the title of Mr. Phoenix.
The annual pageant featured male students who competed against one another in several categories as a fundraiser for the class of 2019. Emcees Ashley Margrey, Emilie Hilliard and Gianna DeRoberts introduced the contestants, welcoming Justin Alberici, Cole LaPine, Darren Fischel, Hunter Jewell, Riley Munger, Jock Li, Alan Merrill, Garrett Strang and Noah Gordon to the stage.
When Advance Media New York put out the call for nominations for its 2019 Young & Amazing Awards, one Phoenix Central School District parent knew a group that fit the bill.
Sheila Dion nominated the John C. Birdlebough High School Student Council Leadership Organization for the “It takes a Village” award. The honor recognizes groups that have done something great in their community, and the PCSD leadership team met the criteria as they volunteer and raise money and awareness for various causes.
In recognition of American Heart Month, students at Michael A. Maroun Elementary School recently participated in several heart-healthy activities that concluded with a schoolwide celebration.
Throughout the month of February, students learned about healthy nutrition and exercise habits. In physical education class, they took on the Warrior Challenge, an obstacle course comprised of different cardiovascular exercises.
If you have a child that will be 4 years old by December 1, 2019, they would be eligible for our Pre-K program. Applications will be available on March 1, 2019 at the Michael A. Maroun Elementary Main Office for pick-up only, if interested.
Please keep in mind this is a government funded program and we can only accept 60 students. The remainder of students will go onto a waiting list in the order drawn. If you are interested, please stop by on or after March 1, 2019.