On a typical day, hundreds of BHS students spend time in the library. Whether casually passing through or hanging out with friends, students find the library a place to build academic and social relationships. However, there are some features that have been emphasized this year Continue reading “Secrets of the Library”
On October 29, 2012 Briarcliff Manor saw one of the most destructive storms in history. Sandy had multiple nicknames well before the storm made landfall including the perfect storm, the beginning of the end of the world, and the controversial Frankenstorm. The true culprit behind the storm’s destruction was wind. While there was heavy flooding in coastal towns in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, the northern areas received the brute force of the wind. While there was a lot of destruction due to tree damage in Briarcliff, fortunately there were no deaths.
Among other changes that occurred over the summer, the BHS parking lot was completely revamped. There are now clear lines dividing the spaces, so it’s harder for someone to park over the line and get away with it. Many people could not read the spot numbers last year, which led to confusion and people parking in the wrong places. The spot numbers have been repainted in bright white.