Los estudiantes se deleitan al crear arte

Translated by Denisse Merino, Jenna McLean and YiXin Zheng May 25, 2023
Fudge mantiene a nuestra escuela al día con un boletín mensual del Departamento de Artes.

Students bask in creating art

Visual Arts teacher, Ms. Fudge, keeps student creativity thriving, including Bob Ross-inspired art, candle holders and Japanese art
Jenna Mclean , Ashley Marmolejos, Yixin Zheng, Editor/Contributor May 4, 2023

Ms. Fudge is a new teacher at Leadership, where she teaches art to grades 9-12.  New York State's high school graduation requirements mandate a full year of Visual Arts, Dance or Theater.  Lead News...

Ode to Ms. Mirna

Asiyah Walters, Class of 2025, Contributor March 30, 2023

Ms. Mirna is not working the elevators Who’s coming to get us ? Ms. Mirna is not working the elevators Everyone is in a rush Ms. Mirna is not working the elevators We’re all crushed  Ms. Mirna...

Eyes Light Up in the New Theater Club

Ana Rezende, Contributor March 3, 2023

October 19th, 2022  marked a new era at Leadership and Public Service High School. The Theater Club went to see Wicked on Broadway!  Principal Mr. Santos had the brilliant idea of starting the club. ...

Building a Library from the Ground Up at Trinity Commons

Kaytlin Quiles, Contributor February 16, 2023

What did you do this summer?  That has to be the most common question teens are asked when coming back to school.   In September 2023, Leadership students were happy to say that they had participated...

Meet Leadership’s New Teachers

Jenna McLean, Co-Editor December 20, 2022

This year at Leadership new members were added to the family. To help you get to know them better we interviewed them asking questions that we feel can give you insight on who they are. The first teacher...

Languages spoken at Leadership

Languages spoken at Leadership

Denisse Merino, Editor June 1, 2022

Step into a single classroom in Leadership and Public Service High and find yourself surrounded by classmates from all parts of the world.  Contributing writer and 10th grader, Isabella Santillan,...



Leslie Camano, Contributing writer April 7, 2022
"So naturally we named her Sol, sun in Spanish."
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