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  • A Port Chester High School senior didn’t make her last year an easy one when she publically outed one of her teachers for allegedly sexually harassing her, but the 17-year-old refused to stand idly by and endure something that made her feel uncomfortable. 

  • Blind Brook Varsity Soccer’s ‘Manhattan Project’ against Keio
    On the surface, it was nothing more than a soccer match against the undefeated Blind Brook boys’ varsity soccer team and the 8-1 Keio Unicorns. The game was well played and resulted in a 1-1 overtime draw on Thursday, Sept. 28. Behind the game, trouble was brewing on social media.
  • The time is here to cast your vote for or against Blind Brook’s $44.7 million capital project. Polls open at 7 a.m. in Bruno M. Ponterio Ridge Street School’s old gym and close at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 17. The votes will be counted and the results released that night. 

  • Tri-M Music Honor Society inducts 21 new members
    Nineteen Port Chester High School students joined the ranks of the Tri-M Music Honor Society Chapter 1191 on Monday, Oct. 2. The honor society, which is an acronym of “Modern Music Masters,” is an international club for high school students sponsored by the National Association for Music Education.
  • Three Blind Brook High seniors named National Merit Semifinalists

    Three Blind Brook High School students were named 2018 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists. They are Christine Argentino, Joie Ng and Sarah Rogers. 

    There are 16,000 semifinalists competing for one of 7,500 spots. As a finalist, students will receive a $2,500 scholarship. 
  • The competition season for the Port Chester High School Marching Band has officially begun, and the results of the first two shows are listed below. Please come support the students and view one of their performances. 
  • Investigation to follow claims of students selling drugs at BBHS

    Underage drinking is not a new fight for the Blind Brook Board of Education, but allegations of drugs and alcohol being sold in the halls of the high school is. 

  • A Port Chester High School senior took matters into her own hands after allegedly enduring sexual harassment from one of her teachers. She went to high school and district administration during the summer and they conducted an investigation.
  • Thanks to a dedicated online community-wide effort, Port Chester High School was awarded one of State Farm Neighborhood Assist Program’s $25,000 grants. 
  • Port Chester High student named first Merit Semifinalist in a decade

    A high-achieving Port Chester High School student just put his school back on the National Merit Scholarship Program map by being named a 2018 semifinalist on Wednesday, Sept. 13. 

  • BBHS soccer team washes cars to raise money for hurricane victims
    About 250 cars passed under their hands as the Blind Brook High School varsity soccer team scrubbed the vehicles clean to raise money for Hurricane Harvey and Irma victims on Saturday, Sept. 23. 
  • Blind Brook has history of passing bonds

    Blind Brook is no stranger when it comes to renovating its facilities using bonds: over the past 17 years, the district successfully passed two capital projects and borrowed nearly $34 million. Their third referendum is going to the voters on Tuesday, Oct. 17.

  • Summer homework is often a prerequisite for students in Honors or Advanced Placement courses at Blind Brook High School. However, some parents expressed their concern during the Monday, Sept. 11 Board of Education meeting that the workload was too cumbersome for their children. 

  • The 60th reunion of the Port Chester High School Class of 1957 will take place Sat., Oct. 14.
  • Incoming kindergartners meet their teachers and classmates
    What better way to get rid of the first day of school nerves than with a Kindergarten Ice Cream Social at King Street School? About 30 kids met their teachers and classmates on Tuesday, Sept. 5, the day before school opened.
  • The Port Chester High School Class of 1967 will be celebrating its 50th Reunion the weekend of Oct. 6 and 7.

    On Friday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m., there will be an informal gathering at the Village Beer Garden located at the Port Chester train station.

  • Port Chester High School to add a gender-neutral bathroom

    Port Chester High School is about to undergo a massive $49.9 million renovation designed to benefit students and teachers. In that plan are new classrooms, new science labs, music rooms, a gym and a single-stall, gender-neutral toilet. 

  • RSS’s new playground isn’t open by first day
    Behind Bruno M. Ponterio Ridge Street School sits a cordoned off playground – the new playset was supposed to be ready for the kids by the time school started on Tuesday, Sept. 5 (when this picture was taken), but it’s not quite there yet. 
  • A rainy first day back to school

    Miles Geller, 8, and his mother Jill brave the rain as they walk home from school after the first day on Wednesday, Sept. 6. The King Street School third grader’s mood matched the pouring gray skies as he refused to smile for the camera when his mother asked him to. 

  • P.C. assistant superintendent announces her retirement

    After 21 years of service, Maura McAward, Port Chester School District’s Assistant Superintendent for Business, is retiring on June 30. 

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