The Daily Voice recently ran an article about the PKMS Environmental Club and their studies on the Hudson River, which will be the theme of their project for the 2014 Wheelabrator Symposium for Environment and Education. Click on the headline above to read the article.
Exceptional female members of the Peekskill community were recently honored at Peekskill Middle School during the L.E.A.P. program's Living Legacy Awards Night. PKMS students were also honored during the event as part of PKMS Girls Rock, which awarded amazing female students with recognition for their scholarship, service, character and leadership. The event included performances from student groups such as the PKMS Chorus, the L.E.A.P. Steppers and L.E.A.P. Drama Class.
Visitors from IBM recently conducted a “Women in Technology” workshop for 31 7th grade girls at Peekskill Middle School. During the workshop students learned how to read and write code and used this new knowledge to create their own mobile application.
Members of the PKMS Environmental Club recently had the chance to sit down with Michael Welti, the Director of Planning for the City of Peekskill, to discuss how the City’s waterfront development project will impact the surrounding environment. The information gathered at the meeting will be used to help the club shape their presentation for this year’s Wheelabrator Environmental Symposium.