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View the Middle School January video newsletter!

on January 4, 2018

Parents are invited to view the Warwick Valley Middle School monthly newsletter.

In a creative collaboration with the WVHS Cosmetology and Communications programs, the newsletter has been produced as a video newscast for your viewing enjoyment!

Before filming, HS students in the Cosmetology program prepared the MS student newscasters for the camera with hair styling and makeup.

Each month, a different group of students will record MS news in the high school video production area.

Enjoy this month’s Middle School news!

 

Warwick Valley Middle School
January 2018 video newsletter

“Hello, and thank you for joining us for Warwick Valley Middle School’s January Newscast. My name is Stephen D’Ambrosio and I am a sixth grader at Warwick Valley Middle School. During the month of December, our performing groups held their winter concerts. Our music department did an outstanding job showcasing their talents and entertaining the audience.

This month our Student Senate sponsored a toy drive for those in need. Our goal was to collect two hundred and fifty toys. Not only did we meet our goal, but we doubled it – collecting over five hundred toys for those in need. Thank you to all of our students, staff and parents for generously donating to our cause.”

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“Hello, my name is Kyla Breen and I am a seventh grader at Warwick Valley Middle School. On Friday, December 15, presenter Corey Jones came to the Middle School to share his story of determination and growth, while showing us a few of his basketball tricks. The assembly was enjoyed by all students and not only would we like to thank our Physical Education Department for donating the gym, but also our PTA for funding this fun and motivational assembly.”

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“Hi! My name is John Doyle and I am a fifth grader at Warwick Valley Middle School. During the first week of December, all students participated in our monthly ROAR Lesson. This month’s lesson focused on kindness. Students were challenged to commit ‘Random Acts of Kindness.’ We look forward to seeing what our January lesson is.”

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Hi! My name is Serenity Moore and I am an eighth grader at Warwick Valley Middle School. This month, students in grades five through eight had the opportunity to voluntarily participate in an “Hour of Code” course during their lunch period. The course provided students with the skills with which to design and code their own Google logo using the programming language Scratch. Over forty students took advantage of this opportunity.

Please check out what MS events are coming up this month!

Thank you for joining us for this month’s newscast.”

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