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North Salem Schools Food Vendor to Roll Out Breakfast Cart

February 22, 2018

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-A breakfast cart is coming to North Salem Middle/High School to increase morning meal consumption among the teens.

Karen Seikovsky, food service director for district food vendor Aramark, said the cart is designed for students too busy to stop into the cafeteria in the morning.

The cart will feature a warming station so many of the items served in the cafeteria can be ...

North Salem Elementary's Card-Making Contest Winners Announced

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-PQ Students were asked to create a Valentine’s Day card, decorated in any art medium, both on the front and inside. Judging by the North Salem Recreation Department and the PQ PTO took place on Tuesday, Feb. 6. Prizes and ribbons were awarded to first-, second- and third-place winners.

First Grade

First Place: Kinsey L.

Second Place: Evie H.

Third Place: Tessa ...

North Salem Elementary School Hosts Father-Daughter Dance

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Pequenakonck Elementary School held its annual father-daughter “Snowflake Ball” on Feb. 2 in the gymnasium of the school with a DJ, ice cream sundaes, popcorn, photo keepsakes and party favors.

North Salem Robotics Team Advances to Regional Championship

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-The North Salem High School Robotics Team “tech-wise guys” (and two girls!) advanced to the regional tournament of the FIRST Tech Challenge after qualifying in Peekskill. The team also won the Motivational Award. The regional championship is Feb. 11 at Pace University in Pleasantville.

Harvey School Announces Student Honorees

KATONAH, N.Y.-Harvey School Honors

The Harvey School in Katonah has announced the names of the students who have earned academic honors for the first marking period of the winter term. Several area residents have been recognized for earning a grade-point average of 4.0 or higher (Cavalier Scholar), or a 3.7 or higher (Head’s List):

Michael DiVestea, Grade 10, North Salem, Cavalier ...

North Salem Students' Artwork on Display at Katonah Museum

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Teens from North Salem had their artwork on display this weekend in the annual exhibition for young artists at the Katonah Museum of Art.

The event, now in its 35th year, puts aspiring artists in a professional setting and involves the teens in all aspects of the museum exhibition. With employees of the museum and input from art teachers, the teens organize, publicize, curate ...

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