‘Curriculum Night’ Showcases What the Trojans Have to Offer on February 17

‘Curriculum Night

J.P. Taravella High School.

By: Jen Russon

J.P. Taravella High School is holding an Open House — called  ’Curriculum Night’ on February 17.

Organized by Assistant Principal Christopher Crossman and the Student Government Association, the in-person event takes place in the school cafeteria and showcases what the Trojans have to offer.

“The best way for incoming families to really understand what we offer at JPT is with direct contact with both students, teachers, sponsors, and coaches that directly impact the programs,” said Crossman. “This affords everyone an opportunity to ask questions and make decisions that benefit their child.”

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School clubs, like Latin Dance Club, Step Team, marching band, and color guard, have been at past Curriculum Nights, offering parents and incoming freshmen a look at what it’s like to join these after-school programs, including sports teams.

This year’s event will be emceed by members of the Student Government Association, who will introduce individual performers, one club at a time.

Esther Brunat, SGA leader, said this was done intentionally, so that future Taravella families can talk more easily amongst themselves and be sure to visit every booth.

Incoming ninth-graders from Ramblewood Middle School, Millennium Collegiate Academy, and others zoned for J.P. Taravella are encouraged to attend Thursday, February 17 at 6 p.m. The high school is located at 10600 Riverside Drive.

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