At Greenburgh Eleven UFSD, we believe students who receive the appropriate help and support can develop the skills necessary to keep pace with traditional classroom settings. We aim to teach all of our students how to leverage their strengths in areas that may be difficult, and how to search for the tools that they need in order to succeed.
We understand that the graduation ceremony is the culmination of thirteen years of hard work and students, parents, and caregivers look forward to celebrating together with family and friends. Unfortunately, due to Covid-19, we have had to be creative in celebrating the Senior Class of 2020.
We hope that you enjoy the eBook that we have created which includes all of the traditional components of the Graduation Ceremony.
We offer our heartfelt congratulations to the Class of 2020. We are very proud of your accomplishments and wish you all the best as you continue your journey. Remember, your Bethune Learning Community is always here for you.
EDUCATED CANINES ASSISTING WITH DISABILITIES PROGRAM
The District has entered into an agreement with ECAD to make available a trained Therapy Dog once a month in the school for the purposes of Animal Assisted Therapy and Animal Assisted Activity programs. Several of our school support staff have been trained as dog handlers.
Geoffrey Owens Visits Drama Free!
THEATRE AND EDUCATION PROGRAM, DRAMA FREE COMES TO GREENBURGH ELEVEN UFSD
Drama Free! is a comprehensive theatre arts and education program, led by professionally trained actor and Greenburgh Eleven graduate, Shabaya Clark, designed to help young people use “Drama” to break “Free!” from life’s issues and develop a positive and empowering outlet to create new possibilities, engage in creative expression, artistic genius, and foster character development within the scope of theatre arts.
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