Daily AnnouncementsAttention Seniors, If you have not submitted your college acceptance letter to your guidance counselor or Ms. Moet in the gear up office, please do so immediately to receive your free calculator and resource books.Attention 10th and 11th grade Students: Friday May 23rd is the last day to pay for the 10th and 11th grade prom. 25 dollars includes food, drinks, and dancing. Dress formal, business casual.Truman High School Saturday tutoring, regents prepReminder, if you want your ”working papers”, com to the school based clinic in room 142 to make an appointment for your physical at no cost to you.
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As the school year comes to an end, we are very proud of all RAPP accomplished this school year, from participating in the Gladys Ricart Memorial Brides March in September, to One Billion Rising For Justice in February, to International … Continue reading
Truman RAPP is proud to be part of this annual event, engaging men in taking a proactive stance in ending violence against women. There will be two opportunities to join us on the steps of City Hall. You can visit … Continue reading
As the school year winds down, and college-bound seniors are getting ready for their transition from high school to college, I wanted to share this piece with you. Whether your child is the first in the family to attend college, … Continue reading
Congratulations to the Truman community for earning Harry S Truman High School’s honor as a 2013-2014 No Place for Hate Gold Star School! We attended a Recognition Ceremony, held at the Skirball Center in Manhattan on May 21, 2014. We heard from inspirational … Continue reading
Looking for a meaningful way to spend a Sunday? Earn community service? Make a difference in your community? Then you can join us for the AIDS Walk, Sunday May 18th. Get there early, and see the opening ceremony, featuring celebrity … Continue reading
The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release April 29, 2014 FACT SHEET: Not Alone – Protecting Students from Sexual Assault One in five women is sexually assaulted while in college. Most often, it happens her freshman … Continue reading
Today marks GLSEN’s 19th annual Day of Silence, one of the nation’s largest student-led days of action. Thousands of students across the country will take a vow of silence as a symbolic representation of the silencing effect of anti-LGBT name-calling, … Continue reading
A PROCLAMATION Every day, women, men, and children across America suffer the pain and trauma of sexual assault. From verbal harassment and intimidation to molestation and rape, this crime occurs far too frequently, goes unreported far too often, and leaves … Continue reading
Join Truman Angels at Orchard Beach this Sunday, as we walk in support of Autism Speaks. The link is below – Team Page link: http://www.walknowforautismspeaks.org/bronx/trumanangels Autism is the second most common developmental disorder in the United States affecting one in every … Continue reading
from stopstreetharassment.org ~ Street harassment is an under-researched topic, but each existing study shows that street harassment is a significant and prevalent problem. The following statistics focus on prevalence. Informal Online Studies by Stop Street Harassment: To learn more about … Continue reading
Presidential Proclamation — Women’s History Month, 2014 A PROCLAMATION Throughout our Nation’s history, American women have led movements for social and economic justice, made groundbreaking scientific discoveries, enriched our culture with stunning works of art and literature, and charted bold … Continue reading
Equality for women is progress for all “Countries with more gender equality have better economic growth. Companies with more women leaders perform better. Peace agreements that include women are more durable. Parliaments with more women enact more legislation on key … Continue reading
As Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month is ending, we wanted to share this vital information from Futures Without Violence …As Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month comes to a close, we would like to leave parents (and mentors, teachers, peers, etc.) … Continue reading