Corbia files lawsuit against P.C. Schools

Anyone who thought the saga of Tom Corbia was over has been vastly mistaken.

Port Chester School District invests in enhancing guidance department

In the coming weeks, the guidance staff at Port Chester High School will be entering their newly renovated suites.

Fab five scores high

Every year, a select number of students are granted the prestigious title of semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship (NMS) competition.

Accepting a challenge to better the schools

When Dr. Aurelia Henriquez stepped into her role as superintendent of the Port Chester Schools, she was unsure why the district had yet to join the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) community but was already aware that it was a natural fit.

KSS faculty member accepted into prestigious Emerging Leaders cohort

A Port Chester educator has been deemed a leader with promise, allowing her access into a prestigious community that will ultimately come back to benefit the students.

BBHS’s growing band program takes tunes to Yankee Stadium

On Thursday, Sept. 7, 47 Blind Brook High School students did something that many people can only dream of: Walk onto the Yankee Stadium baseball field.

Are two heads better than one? PCMS puts the idiom to the test

Very few people would opt to revisit their middle school years.

84% of B.B.’s construction change orders were not properly submitted to the state

Change orders are back in the rhetoric at Blind Brook Schools, this time because the state has taken an interest in some red flags over the way they’ve been handled.

P.C. and B.B. high schools among top 40 percent in the United States

U.S. News & World Report released their yearly “Best High School Rankings” on Tuesday, Aug. 29, wherein they rate and rank over 17,600 public high schools throughout the country.

New asst. sup’t of curriculum starts just in time for the 2023-24 school year

After Dr. Tina Wilson attained her doctorate in educational leadership from Manhattanville College in 2019, she came to understand her interests in academia metaphorically.

New Rams Rising program aims to give vulnerable PCMS students ‘a fair chance’

During the 2021-22 school year, the Port Chester School District established the Principal’s Promise Academy at the high school as an attempt, which has thus far seen success, to address a reality that administrators are well aware of: the traditional education model does not work for all students.

The Pride of Port Chester goes classical, embraces wonders of the New World

As a fourth-grader at King Street Elementary School, Kathleen Scarola spent several afternoons in her bedroom, practicing segments of Antonin Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9, often referred to as “New World Symphony,” as she was learning to play the flute. It was repertoire assigned by her music teacher at the time, …

Bridging the gap at JFK

Unfavorable weather conditions at most schools often lead to dreary moods and alternative recess options—never a fun scenario for students and staff to manage. But John F. Kennedy Elementary School has always been uniquely impacted by harsh climate stints in more consequential ways.

Class of 2023 graduates earn seal for mastering trades at BOCES

Six Port Chester High School students who dedicated parts of their academic journey to learning about the trades were recognized for that ambition as they graduated with the Class of 2023.

PCSD and teachers’ union agree on new contract

A new 4-year contract between The Port Chester School District and The Port Chester Teachers Association (PCTA) went into effect on July 1.