Teacher of the Month: Mr. Jim Napolitano

So Jim, did you always want to be a high school math teacher? J:I always wanted to be a teacher, from a very young age, and originally I thought I’d wind up being a physics teacher, physics was my favorite subject in high school. It turns out that when I went to become a teacher … Continue reading Teacher of the Month: Mr. Jim Napolitano

Teacher of the Month: Mr. Chris Potter

So we’ve heard that you used to play basketball. Can you tell us a little about that? Well I grew up in the Bronx and my father was my first basketball coach in the sev­enth and eight grade and he gave me a big head start over a lot of people because he taught us … Continue reading Teacher of the Month: Mr. Chris Potter

Editorial: Response to last month’s “The Rapid Rise and Fall of BSGE”

“Rise and Fall of BSGE:”  Five words that have created a buzz among BSGE’ers; teach­ers, students, secretaries, school aides- even the nurse has had a say on this article. But people agree and disagree all the time, it’s no big deal! Why then, has the previous Op-Ed by a fellow BACCrag writer Daniel Fridman provoked … Continue reading Editorial: Response to last month’s “The Rapid Rise and Fall of BSGE”