Would love to hear from anyone who attended Seward High. Good memories. I now live n South Carolina. If there is anyone whos’ still around , you can call me at 843-757-7608. I don’t have a computor. I’m posting this at my brotherr’s home. please identify yourself AS FROM SEWARD PARK HIGH SCHOOL.
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Hello class of ’76!
Looking for anyone who remembers witnessing the events of 9/11 at the World Trade Center. Specifically, I’d like to hear from people who were in Mr. Zalkin’s 2nd pd. Music class (5th floor); students that remember Yetta Garfield; and friends and acquaintances of either Akram Alsaidi and Michael Rojas. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1965, but graduated fall of 1966 best years, it was care free days.
Contact anyone from the 1976 Graduating Class. email:email@example.com
To our beloved sister Margie and SPHS Alumni. You followed your dreams and may you now rest in peace. Love, Cruz, Rosie, Elsie & Ricky Acevedo.
The best times of my lfe were the 3 years I was at Seward Park. Playing baseball the love of my life & all the wonderful friends I had miss them all > Carlos
Any plans for a 40th reunion? Anybody?
can’t believe sometimes that its been nearly 22 years since we graduated. WOW!!!
My name is Jerry Agrinzoni and I graduated from Seward in 1974. After completing my undergraduate degree at The City College and graduate degree from the Columbia University School of Social Work I worked at various jobs. From substance abuse counseling at the Addiction Research and Treatment Corporation's methadone maintenance program in Harlem (the Starting Point Clinic) to Services for the Underserved (community residential services for mentally ill chemical abusers) to my current employment with the New York City Housing Authority in the Social Services Department, I often look back on my years at Seward fondly. The environment there, the culture of the neighborhood and the students and teachers proved to be as guiding lights, urging me in the direction of wanting to help people. I received a lot of support and guidance from those individuals at Seward who were charged with bringing out each student's talents. So much were they invested in my future that the guidance counselor applied for me to go to The City College, at a time when I was unmotivated to go to any institution of higher learning. Thank goodness for that! And, thank you Seward Park! I'm sorry to see the old school go, and am heartened to see its incarnation ready to guide the youth of today and tomorrow into this new century. I pray that the same supportive environment I had still lives on! If anyone from the class of 1974, or any other year, would like to email me, please do at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Jerry Agrinzoni '74
My name is Jacquelyn Anderson and I attended and graduated from Seward Park in 1974. Since that time, I've entered the media. I was a radio newscaster at NJN (WNJT), and have been an on-air radio personality for several years now at stations in New Jersey and Alabama. I currently host "Midday Jazz With Jackie Anderson" at WJAB 90.9 FM, in Huntsville, Alabama. Also, I manage Hammond B3 jazz organist Vince Seneri, who is in the NY/NJ area. His latest CD is "Street Talk", with Grammy-winner Dave Valentin, Houston, Person, and David "Fathead" Newman. We are in the process of planning a world tour. I did get a chance to go to New York back in August, 2005 for my vacation, and had the privilege to drive by Seward Park High with my brother Kenny. I'll be back in New York soon. It brought back many wonderful memories for me! If anyone would like to contact me, my email address is:email@example.com.
- Jacquelyn Anderson '74
I have very fond and vivid memories of my years at SPHS, not the least of which the year when I brought prestige to the school by having a short story I had written for the school's creative writing publication (called the Folio) won the district prize for Manhattan in a contest sponsored by NYU. At that time, all high schools in each of the boroughs were invited to submit student stories and I had to be persuaded to do so by my then honors English teacher, Miss Lyons. It was a first for the school and it made the faculty and all the students very proud.
- Mollie Abzug Pier '37