CLASSICAL CHARTER SCHOOLS CELEBRATE
SUCCESS ACADEMY NATIONAL ELEMENTARY
Three teams from Success Academy tied for fi rst place in the K-6 Under 1400 Section at the
U.S. Chess Federation National Elementary Championship this weekend in Nashville, TN.
SA Harlem East Chess Team’s (l-r) Sameer Sherif, coach Alejandro Montalvo, Gabriel Espinal,
Jason Huang, Jahia Joseph, Julian Rodriguez and Aiden Bailey.
Photo courtesy of Success Academy
Councilman Rafael Salamanca hosted the NYS
and NYC Department of Transportation for
a meeting with the Hunts Point Meat Market
Board of Directors to provide updates on the
Sheridan Expressway Redevelopment project.
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SALAMANCA ATTENDS HUNTS POINT STUDY
Councilman Rafael Salamanca met with the Manida Street Homeowners and the NYC Landmarks
Preservation Commission for a community discussion on historic districts and preservation.
Salamanca (l) met with the Manida Street Homeowners and the NYC Landmarks Preservation
Commission members. Photo courtesy of Councilman Rafael Salamanca’s Offi ce
Classical Charter Schools in the south Bronx joined schools across the nation in celebrating
National Charter Schools Week from Sunday, May 12 to Saturday, May 18.
Classical Charter Schools in the south Bronx earned placement in top NYC high schools.
Photo courtesy of Classical Charter Schools
TRIBORO CENTER NURSES ENJOY SPA DAY
In honor of National Nursing Home Week, RehabWorld from midtown Manhattan visited the
nurses and staff at Triboro Center on Wednesday, May 15 to hand out complimentary massages
and their spa services.
Triboro Center nurses and therapists enjoyed some much needed R&R.
Photo courtesy of Centers Health Care/Triboro Center
Salamanca (2nd from l) met with the DOT
and Hunts Point Meat Market Board of Directors.
Photo courtesy of Councilman Rafael Salamanca’s