K-12 Programs

 K-12 Educational Programs

Bronxville classroom - 1912
Bronxville classroom – 1912

For the first time students from every public and parochial school in the Town of Eastchester and the Villages of Tuckahoe and Bronxville joined together in participating in a single project — the celebration of the 350th Anniversary!  Each school encouraged their students to participate in any of the six following activities described below; student research papers, exhibits, performance/acting, digital media, fine arts (paintings, sculpture, cartoons, dance, etc.) and film.

Any student residing in the Town of Eastchester and the Villages of Tuckahoe and Bronxville was eligible to participate in one of six activities. All activities were based on topics of local history starting with Native Americans up through today that highlight the rich cultural legacy of this community. Please refer to Twelve National Themes with Local Topics for Educators  and Topics for the 350th Anniversary Celebration for suggested activity and project themes.

March 26 – Student presentations of Exhibits and Digital Media: Eastchester Middle School Cafeteria, 6:00 – 8:00 pm 


The Industrialization of Eastchester, Tuckahoe and Bronxville by Adam Ginsburg, John Mancus and Troy Merone:

April 3 - Student presentations of Fine Arts and Film Projects: Bronxville Middle-High School All Purpose Room, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

April 25 -  Student Presentations of Performing Arts: Tuckahoe Middle-High School Auditorium, beginning promptly at 5:00 pm

June 13The Bronxville Elementary School original play related to Eastchester’s 350th Anniversary was be performed by 4th graders.

The Bronxville Historical Conservancy was the proud sponsor of the Education Program.

 

Community Festival!

Press Release: December 5, 2014
Eastchester’s 350th Anniversary History Book Has Arrived!
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