Briarcliff Middle School Welcomes New Assistant Principal Kristen Bonnici

Kristen Bonnici will take over as Assistant Principal at Briarcliff Middle School on July 1, replacing Amy Gladstone, who will be the new Principal, the Briarcliff Manor School District Board […] Read more »

Safety, Taxes, Crowds at Proposed Yeshiva Worry Briarcliff Residents

Concerns over the safety of vacant buildings, student supervision, crowds at special events and loss of tax revenue were among the issues raised by Briarcliff Manor residents during a public […] Read more »

Briarcliff Planners to Yeshiva: It’s Not 1978 Anymore

The Briarcliff Manor Planning Board has a message for the Monsey-based congregation that wants to turn the former Pace campus into a yeshiva for up to 350 college-age men: It’s […] Read more »

Briarcliff Middle School Eighth Graders Take a Trip to the Past

Briarcliff Middle School eighth graders found a way to travel back in time. The entire eighth grade class recently held a multi-classroom exhibit of posters and other objects featuring major […] Read more »

Briarcliff Eyes Cops & Courts, Commercial Strip on Pleasantville Rd.

The former Wells Fargo property in downtown Briarcliff Manor could become home to a new police and court building, under a proposal that could also include developing retail, offices and […] Read more »

Introduction to Running

Running is a natural form of movement that involves nearly the entire body. This includes the arms, upper spine, lower spine, pelvis, lower legs, ankles, feet and even the toes. […] Read more »

Todd Fourth Graders Attend a Very Special Magic Show

Chemistry can be magical, according to Briarcliff High School teacher Shaniece Mosley. To prove it, she organized a magic show presented to Todd fourth graders by her AP chemistry students […] Read more »

Wellness Day Provides a Plethora of Wellness-Related Activities at Briarcliff Middle School

On a recent Friday, bizarre things were happening at Briarcliff Middle School: science teacher Julie Gallagher joined principal Susan Howard to teach baking, Spanish teacher Johanna Foster taught dancing, and […] Read more »

Todd Fourth Graders Take a Trip Back in Time

Daily life during Colonial times was filled with tedious chores. Todd Fourth-graders recently got a close-up look at what it took to live and work on a farm in the […] Read more »

Todd Librarian is Selected for the 2024 Caldecott Committee

Years ago, when Todd Elementary’s librarian Tara Phethean was working as an assistant to legendary children’s book publisher and editor Dick Jackson, she would often mail copies of picture books […] Read more »