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Evelyn McCormack

Community Advisor

Evelyn McCormack is President of Mack Digital Communications, which assists school districts and non-profits with communications services. Ms. McCormack was previously Director of Communications forSouthern Westchester BOCES, where she worked for 14 years, and Public Relations Specialist for the Scarsdale Schools for three years. She is a former journalist who worked for Gannett Co. for 18 years, the last three as Senior Managing Editor, overseeing the work of 300 newsroom employees and 10 daily newspapers.She also serves as Vice President at Large for Digital Communication and Innovation for the National School Public Relations Association, and is an adjunct professor in the graduate education program at Manhattanville College.

Evelyn McCormack's Contributions

  1. Croton-Harmon Schools Hold Huge Experience Science & Tech Fair

    Croton-Harmon Schools Hold Huge Experience Science & Tech Fair

    The Croton-Harmon School District held the 2018 Experience Science, Technology and Innovation Fair on Thursday, May 3.More than 50 students presented science fair projects and experiments to wow visitors and their friends.The event was held at Croton-Harmon High School Students and parents were given a chance, using a Google sign-up sheet, to send in proposals and were provided with ...

  2. New Middle School Principal Selected By Croton-Harmon Board Of Education

    New Middle School Principal Selected By Croton-Harmon Board Of Education

    Michael F. Plotkin has been named the new principal at Croton-Harmon’s Pierre Van Cortlandt Middle School, effective July 1. Plotkin, who has served as PVC’s assistant principal for the last decade, will replace Dr. Barbara Ulm, who announced her retirement last fall.“The Board of Education is pleased to select Mr. Plotkin as PVC’s new principal, and we look forward to bringing his many ...

  3. Sleepy Hollow Students Honor Veterans

    Sleepy Hollow Students Honor Veterans

    SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y. -- Sleepy Hollow students got into the patriotic spirit in honor of Veterans Day last week.The school installed 420 American flags on the lawn outside Sleepy Hollow/Middle School. The installation was the brainchild of Chick Galella, who survived Pearl Harbor and Michael Galella.  The Rotary Club of the Tarrytowns donated the funds to purchase the flags.Chick ...

  4. Greenburgh Celebrates Dad Take Your Child To School Day

    Greenburgh Celebrates Dad Take Your Child To School Day

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Dads, grandfathers, uncles and other significant men showed up en masse Tuesday morning at the Greenburgh Central School District to take their child to school.The annual event at Greenburgh also featured police officers and firemen turning out in droves to support the dads and the children whose significant males could not make the event.RJ Bailey Principal Kiana ...

  5. Westchester Celebrates Solar Eclipse With Viewing Parties

    Westchester Celebrates Solar Eclipse With Viewing Parties

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Westchester is gearing up for a once in a generation experience.Viewing parties will be held throughout the county on Monday for the solar eclipse. During the eclipse, the sun will disappear behind the moon, turning daylight into twilight, and leading to a quick plunge in temperature before streamers of light streaking across the sky around the moon's ...

  6. Woodlands High School Celebrates Class of 2017

    Woodlands High School Celebrates Class of 2017

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The 124 students of the Woodlands Class Of 2017 are ready for their next chapter.The school held its graduation Friday night, led by keynote speaker Jared Marcus Green,  senior associate/vice president at Langan Engineering and a Woodlands graduate,  who credited Woodlands with helping him find success. "If your dreams don't scare you, you're not dreaming big ...

  7. Take It Up A Degree: Manhattanville Offers Unique College Doctoral Program

    Take It Up A Degree: Manhattanville Offers Unique College Doctoral Program

    PURCHASE, N.Y. -- Take it up a Degree by enrolling in Manhattanville College’s unique Higher Education Leadership doctoral concentration. Manhattanville is looking for its second group of studentsfor the leadership program, and you can learn more at an Information Session on Thursday, April 6, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in Reid Castle on the college campus: 2900 Purchase St., Purchase.Click ...

  8. Sleepy Hollow Middle School Team Advances In  Lego Robotics Competition

    Sleepy Hollow Middle School Team Advances In Lego Robotics Competition

    SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y. -- Sleepy Hollow Middle School students taking part in the First Lego League Robotics Competition celebrated their third place finish Saturday in the competition which advances them to the next leg of the challenge. During the event, middle school students from throughout the region competed in teams while Sleepy Hollow teachers, parents, and student volunteers ...

  9. Sleepy Hollow Middle School Team Advances In  Lego Robotics Competition

    Sleepy Hollow Middle School Team Advances In Lego Robotics Competition

    SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y. -- Sleepy Hollow Middle School's Headless Horsebots placed third in the First Lego League Robotics competition, held Saturday, Jan. 28, at SHMS. Middle school students from throughout the region competed in teams while Sleepy Hollow teachers, parents and student volunteers judged and ran the tournament, according to a release from SHMS. Robochaps, a team from ...

  10. Sleepy Hollow H.S. ‘Penny Wars’ Raises $3,100 For Make-A-Wish

    Sleepy Hollow H.S. ‘Penny Wars’ Raises $3,100 For Make-A-Wish

    SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y. -- A fundraising war between the classes at Sleepy Hollow High School during Spirit Week in September ended with $3,116 being donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Hudson Valley to help grant wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.This is the second year in a row the school held “Penny Wars” during Spirit Week, said Bonnie Berry, the secretary ...

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