April 30, 2015
Bishop Kearney’s spring musical “Wizard of Oz” is this weekend. The Musical’s artistic director Paula Steffen, MacKenzie Reed (Glinda the Good Witch) and Shyanne Lindsay (Scarecrow) were interviewed this morning on Good Day Rochester by BK alum Norma Holland. Click the link below to see the segment:
April 30, 2015
Congrats to BK senior Princella McCullough who signed her letter of intent to play basketball at Mansfield University. Princella led the Bishop Kearney Lady Kings to four straight sectional championships and a New York State Championship during her career. Princella intends to major in criminal justice at Mansfield University with the goal of becoming an attorney.
April 17, 2015
BK student Anngelica Eshesimua’s sestina “Colored Past” has won a national poetry contest sponsored by the Live Poet’s Society of New Jersey. Again, this is a huge accomplishment. Please be sure to congratulate Anngelica on her success!
Here is an excerpt from her winning poem:
An excerpt from my Sestina
Things never stay in the past
That rotten apple, with the black
Spot no longer tempts them. But black
Coal, given pressure with a hint of greed, gives black
Things value. Light! Light up black
Things. That red fire creates smoke. Black.
Not so good girl. Black
Sheep in a pasture. Wool is black
And rough like tempered glass… Black
Be strong, not black hearted. Leave that in the past
Where they who play blackjack with the cards stacked against black.
Just know the dealer was never beaten. They hold the cards, black.
Absorb the light, black
Be full of color, black
For children, make this past
A lovely shade of grey… Let black
Letters stand out on this white page so black
And white stories create life, boy black and girl black.
April 16, 2015
The Monroe County Firemen’s Association nominated Bishop Kearney Middle School teacher Ms. Prinzing due to her student’s success on their annual Fire Prevention Essay Contest. Seven of our students received awards this year on the essay contest and for the past two years our students have won first place overall.
This is certainly is a testament to Ms. Prinzing’s dedication in the classroom and her ability to motivate her students. In everything Ms. Prinzing does she truly lives up to our school motto of “Do All Things Well”. We all know how lucky we are to have Ms. Prinzing as part of our school community and now the larger Rochester community knows as well. Click the link below to see Ms. Prinzing get surprised by Ch. 8 anchor Kevin Doran.
April 4, 2015
Congrats to BK senior Cassidy Strassner being named the Time Warner Cable “Scholar Athlete of the Week”! Cassidy is a 3 sport star and member of the National Honor Society. She is a wonderful ambassador for BK and personifies what it means to “Do All Things Well”.