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Short Stories 2/09

‘So cold my boogers froze’

On Friday, January 16th students braced one of the cold­est days NY has seen in three years. The temperatures dabbled around the bottom of the double digits.  Students huddled together, learned to love their hat hair, and wore painfully bulky jackets to stay warm.

Another winter concert, An­other success

Ms. Nikkolos conducted yet another beautiful BSGE concert. Students from the seventh grade and the music electives played group pieces. Soloists also performed. A portion of the money raised went to helping Darfur. Help­ing Hands also sold plants at the concert.

Hey hey snow day

Students didn’t, no couldn’t, believe it but March 2nd was declared a snow day and all NYC public schools were canceled. BSGE crawled back into bed, warm, cozy and the spent the day sleeping, relaxing and enjoying the beautiful sheet of white. It was the second snow day in seven years.

BSGE’s Taste of the world

On March 6th BSGE hosted our annual Culture Night. It was run by the PTA and the Senoir Council. Parents brought in food, Mr. Heine grilled ribs and students read poems and stories and played music. It ran from 6:30-9:00pm.

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TOK teacher who loves to contribute to the collective

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