Palisades Park High School Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2018

The Palisades Park High School Hall of Fame Committee is proud to announce this year's inductees into the Palisades Park High School Athletic Hall of Fame. The following individuals remind us of our unique traditions and history while encouraging all to always wear our school colors with pride.

 

Please join us in this memorable night. Click here for the reservation form.

Inductees for the Class of 2018

Lorenzo Barratta

Rory Tennant

Tariq Ali

Tiffany Lee

Tara Rooney Considine

Vinny Simpatico

Brandon Fronjian

1999/2000 Boys Cross Country Team

1980-81 Wrestling Team

 

 

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PPHS Students Awarded at Poetry Recitation Contest


Congratulations to the 13 students who participated in the William Paterson University Orlando Saa Poetry Recitation Contest on Wednesday, May 17. 
 
Representing the ESL students were Katherine Lemus, Gerber Montufar and Jessica Reyes, for the Italian class students were Isabel Alexis, Ina Lee and Kevin Guglielmo, for the Korean class students were Natalia Contreras, Pureun Oh, Isabella Park and Lesley Sung, and representing the Spanish classes were Gabriela Boyko, Ah-Reum Jeong and Nicole Martinez. The following students took home trophies.
 
First place for ESL Beginner was Gerber Montufar.
Second place for ESL Intermediate was Katherine Lemus.
Honorable Mention for Beginner Korean was Natalia Contreras.
Honorable Mention for Advanced Korean was Isabella Park.
 
18 May PPHS PoetryContest
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!!

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PPHS Wellness Center Opening!

NEW PALISADES PARK HIGH SCHOOL WELLNESS CENTER!

On May 15, Palisades Park hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of the new Wellness Center at the Palisades Park Jr./Sr. High School.  The Wellness Center will provide the services of a school psychologist in a drop-in setting to offer immediate interventions and support for students who perceive themselves as in crisis or just need to talk.

Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Joseph Cirillo, said, “Opening a wellness center for our students was a top priority for me because research documents that a positive school climate leads to decreased school violence and aggression, increased academic achievement and improved attitudes among students and staff.”

Joining the celebration was Bergen County Executive, James J. Tedesco who underscored Bergen County’s efforts to expand the Stigma-Free initiative.  “I applaud the Palisades Park School District for joining the Stigma-Free movement and facilitating the physical and emotional health of its students, educators and staff.”

18 May PPHS WellnessCenterOpening

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