Support the Yonkers Brave and Force Football Teams
By Dr. EDWIN M. QUEZADA

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  YONKERS, NY — May 22, 2019 — The Yonkers Public Schools merged football teams had a phenomenal inaugural year for the players in the District’s eight high schools. The season crescendo was the October Friday Night Lights game between the Brave and the Force attended by over 3,000 students, families and community members. For the first time, varsity football …

eHeziSupport the Yonkers Brave and Force Football Teams
By Dr. EDWIN M. QUEZADA

Mayor Mike Spano Appoints and Swears in the Rebuild Yonkers Schools’ Joint Schools Construction Board

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YONKERS, NY – December 18, 2018 – Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano today swore in the city’s new Yonkers Joint Schools Construction Board (YJSC) at Yonkers City Hall. The Board’s appointment comes after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation allowing Yonkers to create the nine-member board which will help oversee the city’s Rebuild Yonkers Schools initiative. “Today, we take the next …

eHeziMayor Mike Spano Appoints and Swears in the Rebuild Yonkers Schools’ Joint Schools Construction Board

Yonkers Public Schools Prepares to Abolish 251 Positions and Eliminate Programs for FY2018-2019 to Balance the Budget

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YONKERS, NY — June 8, 2018 — Dire news communicated for months by Yonkers Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Edwin M. Quezada may come to fruition at the May 16, 2018 Board of Education Meeting.  “What costs the District $592 million this year (2017-2018) will cost us $623 million in 2018-2019,” stated Dr. Quezada. The District faces a $45.3 million dollar …

eHeziYonkers Public Schools Prepares to Abolish 251 Positions and Eliminate Programs for FY2018-2019 to Balance the Budget