July 3, 2002 RSS feed / Schools

University Of Scranton Awards Degrees To Local Students

The University of Scranton recently conferred 827 bachelor More...

Haldane Sixth Graders Attend Graduation Exercises

Haldane Sixth Grade Graduation Exercises were held on June 24th. Mrs. Maggie Davis, Haldane Elementary School Principal, welcomed everyone to the ceremony. More...

Children’s Committee Awards Scholarships

The Putnam County Children More...

BOCES Offers Life Space Crisis Intervention Course

Mary Beth Hewitt, workshop Coordinator at Wayne Finger-Lakes Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES), will present, "Life Space Crisis Intervention" from July 15-19. More...

Local Student On Siena College Deans’ List

Dana Johnston of Putnam Valley was named to the Deans More...

BOCES To Present Course On Social Studies And Teaching With Technology

Richard Devir, Senior Curriculum Technology Consultant for Teaching Matters, Inc., will present, "Enhancing the Teaching of Social Studies with Technology" from July 22-26. More...

High Schoolers Ask, "What’s the Best College for Me?"

Summer Marks Start of College Campus Visits

Classes may be over for the summer, but high school juniors and seniors should take on this extra-credit assignment: Plan and make visits to college campuses. More...

Area Sophomore Selected To Attend Leadership Program

Joseph Larese was recently selected to represent Haldane High School at the New York Metro Hugh O More...

Living History Course For Educators Presented By BOCES

Joseph J. Ryan, teacher and nationally recognized educator in the area of living history, will present, "Living History: Fort Ticonderoga" from July 28-August 2 (Session I) or August 11-16 (Session II). More...

Buonous Montessori School Graduates

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Erin Weimer Inducted To National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Erin Weimer of Dennytown Road in Putnam Valley accepted membership in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars and will be honored during a campus ceremony this fall at Northeastern University. More...

Weekly Poll

Do you think Philipstown can keep its remaining dirt roads?