Kindergartners Turn Themselves into Butterflies with Green Screen Technology

There is a lot of symmetry in nature, such as in flowers, leaves and pinecones. Butterflies also have a symmetrical shape and symmetrical patterns on their wings. Now that it is spring,... Read more »

Camaraderie and Optimism Keep Lacrosse Players Motivated During an Unpredictable Season

Like many student athletes around the country, the Briarcliff Boys Varsity Lacrosse team has had its share of heartbreak and disappointment over the past year or so. Their spirit and strength of... Read more »

Briarcliff Middle School Team Wins Second Place in National Rube Goldberg Contest

Shaking a box of Nerds candies and pouring them into a bowl is nothing to brag about, but try doing it in 15 steps! Four members of Briarcliff Middle School’s Science and... Read more »

Briarcliff Alum Embarks on Cross-Country Bike Trip for a Worthy Cause

When she chose to take a year off from her studies at Princeton University, Briarcliff High School alum Maddie Plank had no idea how much she would gain from the experience. “I... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: In Favor of Briarcliff Manor School District Capital Improvement Project

As members of the Facilities Planning Committee, we feel it imperative that we reach out to the community and urge you to vote YES for the proposed Capital Improvement Project on May... Read more »

Longtime School Tradition Takes a Different Spin

Fourth grade is an important year in elementary school, as students enter the “tween” years and take on more responsibility. One way to practice more responsibility is by becoming “reading buddies” with... Read more »

Briarcliff High School Upcoming Musical: The Party that Almost Wasn’t 

Life during a pandemic changes on a daily basis and sometimes it feels like we are all building a plane mid-flight. No one can relate to this more than Briarcliff High School... Read more »

A 60-Year Love Affair Resumed

After a year of phone and through-the-window visits with his wife of 60 years, Gordon Yunge finally had an opportunity recently to reunite with his beloved Jane, afflicted with Alzheimer’s and now... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Briarcliff School Bond Issue

Dear Briarcliff neighbors, On May 18th we have the tremendous responsibility of setting the course for the Briarcliff Manor Union Free School District for the coming years.  The school board and administration... Read more »

Club Fit Goes Solar!

Wonderful news everyone – the solar panels at Club Fit are being turned on! We would love to take this opportunity to discuss the significance of this event and what it means for... Read more »