April 9, 2014 RSS feed / Schools

Youth Awards Dinner Honors Putnam’s Finest

Fifteen young people from both sides of the county were recognized recently for what Youth Bureau Executive Director Janeen Cunningham described as their “exemplary community service efforts that benefit all Putnam residents.” More...

Lawmakers Balk at Decision to Provide Inmates with College Degrees

The Putnam Legislature has called on Governor Andrew Cuomo to rescind his decision to provide prison inmates with college educations at taxpayer expense. More...

Tag Sale Set at Garrison School

The Garrison Union Free School is having a tag sale Saturday, from 9 am to 2 pm at the school gym on Route 9D. Antiques, collectibles, sporting goods and household items will be some of the items on offer. The sale is a fundraiser for the 8th grade. More...

Haldane Faces Difficult Budget Cuts; Adoption Moved to April 22

HALDANE SCHOOL

With a deficit of $176,543 left to cover, Haldane’s Board of Education may have to consider cutting three teacher assistant positions and one teacher position. More...

Garrison Talks State Aid at School Board

Brevity was the name of the game at the Garrison Union Free School Board meeting Wednesday night. More...

Haldane’s Successful Students

Pictured here are Haldane seniors Matthew Drotar (L) and Steven Casement (R). More...

Lifetime Memories Forged in Nation's Capital

Haldane Sophomores gathered outside of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for a photo. Students left early last Tuesday and returned Friday night. The students toured various monuments and museums. More...

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