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Auditorium renovations: What happens to Town Hall?

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Jamal Quinones
Renovations forced the school to move Town Hall, its traditional assembly, to the cafeteria before the Thanksgiving break this year.

This year, the auditorium on the first floor of Lehman Campus is being renovated, which forces many events and gatherings to be moved to different locations on campus. One of those events is Bronx River High School’s town halls that take place multiple times throughout the year. We have asked the principals of Bronx River about the renovations and how they will affect town halls this year.

Starr Giscombe, the assistant principal, says that, “The renovations should be completed by the middle of the spring semester and that we will continue to have town halls in the cafeteria.”

How do you feel about town hall? Do you think it is more positive or negative?

She says, “Town hall is a vibe and is always good and fun. I’ve always loved town hall.”

How does Bronx River plan to keep town halls fun?

“We plan to just finesse it and keep it the same.”

Gregory Fucheck, the principal, says that, “The status of the auditorium is unknown and the gym bleachers are damaged, so as of right now town hall will be held in the cafeteria.”

Hopefully by March, we will be able to resume in the newly renovated auditorium, but for now we will enjoy our town halls in the cafeteria.

 

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Christi-Alexis Cisse, a senior at Bronx River, is a productive and social student who wants to make the most of her high school years. She is obsessed with Netflix and is a foodie.
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