Youth Leaders on the Move and the schools at Columbus campus hold community breakfast

Student leaders from Astor Collegiate Academy (r to l) Stephanie Nandal, Ariana Rivers, Nando Toro dressed as the school mascot, Moon Ki Hwang, Fatima Khan, and community associate Omawahie Toolsee.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

Youth Leaders on the Move, a student and parent-led organization that helps young people set high goals and attain them, held a community breakfast at the Christopher Columbus Educational Campus on Monday, October 27.

The five schools on the educational campus and Youth Leaders on the Move held the breakfast in a call for unity, to get acquainted, thank the community for their support and encourage the students.

Among the attendees were dignitaries from the political and educational scene in the borough. These included District Attorney Robert Johnson, Senator Gustavo Rivera, Assemblyman Victor Pichardo, Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj, Assemblyman-elect Michael Blake, borough Department of Education High School Superintendant for Districts 8,9, and 11 Carron Staple, and the principals from schools located on the campus.

Reach Reporter Patrick Rocchio at (718) 260–4597. E-mail him at procc‌hio@c‌ngloc‌al.com. Follow him on Twitter @patrickfrocchio.
(l-r, seated) Patricia Williams from Youth Leaders on the Move; Gerome Quinn; commanding officer Bronx East command, NYPD School Safety; Barbera Gamino, New Visions Network Leader. Back: (l-r, standing) Aleatha Williams, president Youth Leaders on the Move; Carolyne Quintan, principal Bronxdale High School; Bronx D.A. Robert Johnson; Susan Lin, a student at Pelham Prepatory Academy; Julie Nariman, principal of Language and Inovation H.S.; Justice Darcel Clark; Haydee Maranda, student at Pelham Prepatory Academy; and District Schools superintendent Carron Staple.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

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