Heights Board of Ed to Honor Outgoing President, Coach, Students Thursday

Meeting will be held in the middle school/high school media center

Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education will spend a portion of Thursday night's regular public meeting to honor the contributions of several members of the school community.

Outgoing Board of Education President Josephine Ciocia will be recognized for her years of service to the board. Ciocia, an educator in the Little Ferry school district, announced earlier this year she would not pursue re-election to the board. She has served two terms and has been president for the past year.

The Board of Education will host its reorganization meeting on Thursday, Jan. 3 where trustee Constance Doheny will be sworn into a third term, trustee Mark Stefanelli to his first full term and Robert M. LaMorte will be sworn in to his first term.

Also recognized Thursday night will be Nick Delcalzo, coach of the Hasbrouck Heights High School football team for bringing the Aviators to its 200th win this season.

High school students Connor Di Corcia, Connor McCabe, Michael Perez and Chris Sciancalepore will be honored for recently winning round one of the MSG Varisty "The Challenge" academic quiz show for high school students.

Also longtime educator Barbara Marano will be recognized for her 22 years of service with the school district as she is retiring after 22 years.

Other student recognition includes Hasbrouck Heights Middle School students for their efforts to help the victms of Hurricane Sandy.

Also students of Euclid and Lincoln schools will be recognized for their achievements as Character MVPs.

See the attached PDF for the full agenda.

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