|Robert Menendez Elementary School Band performs with Chamber Ensembles from NJCU||
Hudson County Teen Arts Exhibit
Congratulations to our Memorial HS winners. Click here to view pictures from the exhibit and list of winners.
Congratulations to MHS Sophomore Erika Crisantos!
Optimum Community Brings Student Lens Screening to
Memorial High School.
|PS#1 S.T.E.A.M. Challenge|
|On Thursday, October 22, NJCU Hosted Dr. Chi-Yu Mo (Royal Academy of Music and the London Symphony) for a day of classes and performances. Memorial High School Sophomore, Erika Crisantos, was selected to perform at this event.||Great News.....Magda ...Our International Exchange Student from MHS..... Has arrived in Japan!!|
|On September 25, 2015, Ron Grosinger, our Alternative Fuels/Maker Teacher at Memorial High School, and Memorial’s Electric Car attended the Maker Faire, in Queens at the New York Hall of Science.|
|NJ.com Girls Soccer Athlete of the Week - Mayensy Vargas of Memorial, week 3||Memorial wins first title in dramatic fashion and Hasbrouck Heights captures 5th title at N.J. Sec. 1 Championships|
|New Jersey Serves Up Education and Creativity: Chef Ann Foundation highlights West New York School District healthy lunches||Hudson County Interscholastic Athletic League girls swimming season in review and final rankings, 2014-15|
Memorial High School Senior Xin Liu’s pencil drawing “Mixed
Blessing” was chosen as one of four Merit Winners in the 27th
Annual Emerging Artist Event sponsored by the Art Administrators
of NJ. District Supervisor David Osnowitz is a member of this
organization and Ms. Bridget Lamperti is the Visual Arts Teacher.
The event and art show was presented at Kean University.
Superintendant John Fauta was presented with the AANJ Educational Leadership Award for showing continuing support of arts education in the State of NJ. District Supervisor David Osnowitz nominated Mr. Fauta and presented him with this prestigious award. Photo1 Photo 2 Photo 3
The MHS Band & Chorus competed this week in Music in the Parks at
Dorney Park, PA. Both groups won 1st place with Superior ratings
(the highest rating possible) and also the chorus had the
outstanding soloist, Jaime Velasquez.
While this was going on for the MHS groups, the Middle School Choruses and Bell Choir traveled to Hershey Park and competed in the Music in the Parks Festival. The Bell Choir won 1st place with Superior Rating, The Girls Choirs Choir won 1st place, the Mixed Choir and Boys Choirs won 2nd place and the entire group was singled out with the coveted Esprit de Corps Trophy! Danna Guerrero, from the Middle School, received All Around Best Student Accompanist.
|Special Ed Teacher Writes Poem About What Autism Means to Him|
HUDSON COUNTY ALLIANCE OF TEEN ARTISTS
10 elite video
production students from West New York (8 from Memorial High
School and 2 from the Middle School) shadowed Congressman Albio
Sires at his office in the Rayburn House of Business,
Washington, D.C., recording his daily activities and various
meetings throughout the day.
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