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  • Truman Announces Cell Phone Policy Truman Announces Cell Phone Policy Click to read more on the school's policy regarding cellphones, which goes into effect March 2nd.
  • Snake Turns Heads in Truman Science Department Snake Turns Heads in Truman Science Department "Carnage" is Mr. Beauzile's ball python. He uses the class pet to inspire curiosity about science among his students.
  • Holiday Spirit at Truman! Holiday Spirit at Truman! Truman's first Holiday Door Decorating Contest proved a colorful success! Click to see several of the entries.
  • Farina Celebrates College Application Week Farina Celebrates College Application Week Click here for a press release
  • Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students Pen Anti-Discrimination Poems Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students Pen Anti-Discrimination Poems A discussion about deaf employees in the White House led to some creative writing by Truman 10th Graders
  • Truman Welcomes Eighth Grade Visitors Truman Welcomes Eighth Grade Visitors Students from across the Bronx and parts of Manhattan got a first-hand look at some of what Truman has to offer prospective students.
  • Mustang Basketball Alum Rallies to Support Deaf Service Members Mustang Basketball Alum Rallies to Support Deaf Service Members Andy Cruz (Class of 2013) is now a member of the varsity basketball team at Gallaudet University.
  • Students Participate in Bronxnet and WFUV Radio's "Strike a Chord" Campaign Students Participate in Bronxnet and WFUV Radio's "Strike a Chord" Campaign The students watched an expert panel discuss teen suicide, and had the opportunity to ask questions at the end.
  • Chancellor Fariña Addresses Ebola in NYC Chancellor Fariña Addresses Ebola in NYC The Chancellor issued a joint statement with the Commissioner of the Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene. Click here to Read the full memo.
  • Truman Building's Facade Gets a Refresh Truman Building's Facade Gets a Refresh Crew from our custodial team gave areas around our building a fresh coat of paint - and it looks great!
  • Astronomy Teacher Becomes Digital Planetarium Expert Astronomy Teacher Becomes Digital Planetarium Expert Mrs. Robbins travelled to Salt Lake City, Utah to receive specialized training on the hardware and software that powers our school's digital planetarium.
  • Teacher Keeps Students Smiling at Entry Teacher Keeps Students Smiling at Entry English Teacher Reggie Lewis has a creative approach to brightening students' mornings.

     

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