Frances-Ann Lightsy, educator, leader and role model, began her journey as a student at The College of New Rochelle. From there, she received a Masters of Professional Studies Degree at Sarah Lawrence College as a Hearst Foundation Fellow, a Professional Diploma in School Administration and Supervision from the College of New Rochelle, and a certificate as a National Education Policy Fellow through Columbia University Teachers College.
I would like to thank PS #121 and their students for participating in our Earth Day Poster Competition. In keeping with the theme of our Earth Day Celebration of “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.” We will celebrate and honor Earth Day this year by displaying your work on my website. Also, each participant will receive a certificate acknowledging their participation in the competition. Thank you and don’t forget to “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!”
National Crime Victims’ Rights Week is a time to reflect upon the lives that have been tragically cut short or forever impaired due to the horrific nature of a crime. It is just one week throughout the year in which we are asked to devote a moment or two to honor the lives and memories of those who were victims of crime. This year’s theme of “Reshaping the Future, Honoring the Past,” asks that we take a critical and unbiased look at our justice system and evaluate