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A Pingry Summer In Their Future

Photo submitted by the Pingry School
Photo submitted by the Pingry School
Submitted by the Pingry School 

The Brigante Family of Watchung, NJ, recently stopped by Pingry’s Basking Ridge Campus to accept their prize from a raffle held at a Big Blue Summer Open House that they attended this spring.  For Summer 2014, Pingry offers the Mega-V Day Camp along with a wide range of academic, hi-tech, and sports programs to engage children and teens ages 3 to 17. 

All activities are open to families and their children in the surrounding communities.

The Brigantes earned a monetary award to be applied toward any of the opportunities available through Pingry’s Big Blue Summer.  Anthony Brigante III, a fourth-grade student at Bayberry School in Watchung, NJ, will be attending Robotics and Scratch Programming sessions at Pingry’s Hi-Tech Camp.

His sister Nicolette Brigante, a seventh-grade student at Valley View School in Watchung, NJ, is enrolled in several competitive-edge academic workshops.  Pictured in Basking Ridge from left to right are Anthony Brigante, Jr., Nicolette, Anthony III, Tiffany Brigante, and Mark Facciani, Director of Summer and Auxiliary Programs for The Pingry School. 

Pingry, a K-12 coeducational, independent country day school, was founded in 1861 in Elizabeth, New Jersey by Dr. John F. Pingry and is spread over two campuses: K-5 in Short Hills and Grades 6-12 in Basking Ridge.

The diverse student body is composed of approximately 1,080 students from 108 communities and 14 counties across New Jersey and Pennsylvania.  For more information about the Big Blue Summer, visit the school’s web site, www.pingry.org/bigbluesummer.

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