The District #7 Debates

@ Hamilton Grange School

Sponsored by City Council Member Levine

   

mark levine

 

District #7 Debate Tournament Archive

Middle School City Championships @ Hamilton Grange Middle School

 

District #7 also hosts our Middle School Championships each year at the end of the school year. Hosted every year at the Hamilton Grange School and PS 161. 200+ total participants. Over 200 students served. Over 100 volunteers, guests, parents from the community. This is a Saturday and Sunday Tournament. We provide breakfast, lunch, debate rounds all day and an awards ceremony. On Sunday we host elimination rounds for the top teams including quarterfinals, semifinals and the Final Round.

 

February Harlem Debates @ Hamilton Grange Middle School

 

Hamilton Grange Middle School hosts our Harlem Debate Tournament in February during Black History Month. Over 200 students, teachers, families, volunteers participate in this tournament.

 

2018 - 2019 Season

 

February 9th 2019. Click here for Tournament Registration

 

March 15th-March 16th 2019 Middle School City Championships. Click here for Tournament Registration.

 

2017-2018 Season

 

February Harlem Debates @ Hamilton Grange Middle School

   

Website Landing Page of the Tournament

 

Tournament Results Page

 

Middle School City Championships @ Hamilton Grange Middle School

  

Tournament Photo Album Day 1

 

Tournament Photo Album Day 2

 

Website Landing Page of the Tournament

 

Tournament Results Page

 

 

New York City Councilmember Mark Levine represents the 7th District in Northern Manhattan. Serving as the Chair of Council Committee on Health and as a member of the Progressive Caucus, he is a leader on many issues including housing, education, economic justice, transportation, environmentalism, and more.

 

Councilmember Levine has been a strong advocate for addressing inequality in New York City. As Parks Chair in the 2014-2017 session, he has successfully pushed for greater equity for parks in New York’s low- and moderate-income neighborhoods. He is also a leading voice on affordable housing issues, including the fight to get legal representation for all tenants in housing court.

 

Mark began his career as a bilingual math and science teacher in the South Bronx. He also went on to found the Neighborhood Trust Federal Credit Union. In the years before he entered the City Council, Mark served as Executive Director of Teach For America-New York, as Executive Director of the Center for After-School Excellence at TASC, and as chair of the Traffic and Transportation Committee on Manhattan Community Board 12.

 

Mark is a long time Washington Heights resident with his wife and their two sons. READ MORE