10.17.18
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RAMAPO HIGH SCHOOL

BRAG NEWS!!!

1.  MEAL DONATIONS FOR THANKSGIVING DAY:

Ms. Francis Pizarro, our Family Resource Coordinator, reports that in celebration of Thanksgiving this year, the Soup Kitchen of Nyack donated 750 cooked turkey meals to our students at RHS.  The meals were distributed on Wednesday, November 22nd by our staff.  Ms. Pizarro would like to thank all the staff that came together to help distribute these meals so that our students and families could have a dinner on Thanksgiving Day.  Pictures are being sent under separate e-mails.

 

In addition, Ms. Cassandra Edwards, under the “Advocating for Change Program”, donated sixteen food baskets to our students, and a gift card to purchase a turkey meal, which is given to us every year.  As part of this program, Ramapo High School also donated 400 packages of macroni and cheese.

 

 

2.  THE RAMAPO PLAYERS:

Steven Branford, our Director of The Ramapo Players, reports that the production of Ax of Murder, by Pat Cook took place on November 17th, 18th and November 19th in our school auditorium.  The show, Ax of Murder, was a haunted play and when the audience saw it, suspicious and scary things happened.  Through blackouts, flashing lights and supernatural sounds, the company scrambled to find the killer among them.  The lighting was designed by Eddie Poma, and the sound was designed by Chase Toscano and Adam Prince.  This production was another proud example of the power of arts in East Ramapo.

 

3.  RHS ATHLETICS:

Mr. Raymond MacKenzie, our Athletic Director, reports that All Section Winners for the Fall Season are:

 

  Football – Lorenzo Henderson/Rockland County RB of the year

  Boys Soccer – Steeve Cadet

  Brendy Cineas

 

3.  RHS STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE OFFICERS:

Kerry King, and Sharon Stephenson, our SAC Advisors, report that their SAC officers coordinated visits to classes from Ramapo graduates and Ramapo Seniors on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, November 22nd.  Many students received lots of wisdom and helpful tips to insure success on the college process.

 

4.  RHS BLOOD DRIVE:

Kevin Feeney and James MacRobbie, co-coordinators of the school blood drive, report that they collected 75 pints of blood during the blood drive on November 22nd.  The blood drive team of Jacky Marescot, Anthony Peluso, Jackson Marescot, Brian Aldeus, Naida Registre, Joland Louissaint, Jayasri Murali and Katherine Tobias did a superb job of managing the blood drive.  Ramapo High School has been a New York Blood Center Pacesetter Award Winner each year since 2013.