November 1, 2014 (Katonah, New York) – The Harvey School, located in Katonah, New York, has partnered with Laxin4Tony, a lacrosse jamboree benefiting Tony Ciccone who is paralyzed from a lacrosse related injury, to host team play starting in May 2014.
The Laxin4Tony is an annual lacrosse fund raiser that hosts boys and girls teams (grades 3rd – 8th) to play in a round-robin jamboree in the spring. Last year, 67 teams from the metro area converged on Bedford and played at Fox Lane High School and Rippowam Cisqua School. “The Harvey School is a beautiful location with five more fields to utilize, grow the event, and raise more funds for Tony,” says Jon Kayser, Co-Director, Laxin4Tony.
About The Harvey School
Located on a wooded, 125-acre campus in Katonah, New York, The Harvey School is a coeducational college-preparatory school for students in grades 6 through 12. The school’s mission is to help students through academic challenge, faculty support and out-of-class activities. AP courses in biology, American history, calculus, chemistry, computer science, English, European history, Latin, and Spanish are available. Technology is integrated throughout the curriculum, and three Internet-accessible labs are available for student use. Basketball, lacrosse, baseball/softball. volleyball, cross-country, dance, football, ice hockey, and soccer are among the sports offered at Harvey.