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PKMS News & Announcements


  • Award Winning Author Thanhha Lai Returns to PKMS

    On Friday, Nov. 17, Peekskill Middle School welcomed award winning author, Thanhha Lai. Lai returned to the school for the second consecutive year to speak with eighth graders about her book, “Inside Out and Back Again,” which students recently read in class. Her book, “Inside Out and Back Again,” was honored with a variety of awards such as the National Book Award for Young People's Literature and was the Newbery Honor recipient in 2012. These are just two of the many accolades that Lai’s writing has received. Click on the headline to read more on this story.

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  • Pink Out Peekskill Raises $2K for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

    On Friday, October 13, Peekskill City School District students and staff wore pink for Pink Out Peekskill, an annual event held to raise breast cancer awareness. Besides wearing pink, District faculty and staff members donated over $2,000 to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, which raises money to fund innovative breast cancer research while providing information and support to those affected by breast cancer. Thank you to everyone who participated in the day and to those who donated to the cause!

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  • PKMS Students Celebrate International Peace Day with Art Project

    To celebrate September 21 as an International Day of Peace, Maura Recabo, the coordinator of Margaret’s Place at Peekskill Middle School, collaborated with Patricia Roldan’s art class students to create a peace dove in the front entrance of PKMS. Students discussed ways they can contribute to spreading peace in their homes, schools and communities. Each student wrote at least one way they could help spread peace on to a piece of paper. These papers were then used to create the work of art, which symbolizes the students' commitment to non-violence.

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