NOW Students Experience a Private Screening of the New Film Cesar Chavez
By Jose Gomez NOW Academy seniors and seniors from other schools in the RFK complex attended a screening of the film Cesar Chavez on February 28th in the Cocoanut Grove. The movie revealed the importance of leadership and... Continue
Fist Bump Promotes Anti-Bullying to Sixth Graders
By Carmela Yalung A group of NOW Academy students has been chosen to be part of a program associated with Laughter for a Change, a non-profit organization founded to affect a positive change in the world through comedic performa... Continue
New Portfolio Design Made for Easier Student Use
By Carmela Yalung The due date for student portfolios is coming up as the school year comes to an end, and a new design has been created for this year. Mr. Wu, one of NOW Academy’s secondary school teachers, oversaw the development of the ne... Continue
Persistence, Hard Work, and Passion
“A trophy carries dust. Memories last forever.” Mary Lou Retton’s wise words have been led by example from the Robert F. Kennedy Community School sports department. From Winter to Spring, from Soccer to Baseball, from concrete to hardwood, everyday students like us have been waiting for this year to come. RFK was opened in 2010 and since then, the sports program has developed into a large part of our school. Many of our fellow students have approached this year with excitement and passion for the love of their sport. During the Fall, Cross Country, Girls Volleyball, and Water Polo have attracted much attention.
As Seniors graduate, a new generation of athletes make the competition to fill the remaining team spots more intense...
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