2018

  • February

    More than $2,000 raised by Middle School Swim Team

    The 4th annual Middle School swim team Swim-A-Thon and Relay Carnival was a huge success! Swimmers asked their classmates, family and friends to pledge them for a 10-minute swim and, in total, the team swam more than 700 laps and raised $1,200 to provide swim lessons for children in Newark and increase awareness of water safety. And, since the Swim-A-Thon and Relay Carnival inception three years ago, the Middle School swim team has raised more than $7,500. Director of Aquatics at the West Essex YMCA Scott Weber also spoke with the swimmers about how the money raised made an impact by making the YMCA’s free five-day water safety classes possible.
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  • January

    NA Welcomes New Head Coach

    The Athletics Department is excited to announce that Tim McCall, NA humanities teacher and assistant cross country coach, will replace Stephen Bienko as the track and field head coach. Mr. McCall ran track and field at Bates College and will be supported this year by Coach Bella Galvez, who is also our head volleyball coach. 
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  • Middle School Wrestling Team Inspired to Be Great

    On January 16, the Middle School wrestling team welcomed Rohan Murphy, an American Paralympian, wrestler and motivational speaker, to practice. Earlier in the day, Rohan spoke to the Middle School students about his journey living without legs. At wrestling practice, Rohan showed the team various techniques he used while wrestling and talked to them about the sport.  
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