March 3, 2005 RSS feed / Schools

Workshop Supports Teaching of Mathematics Using Games and Activities

On March 9, teacher Maureen Beyrer will present "Supporting the Teaching of Mathematics Using Games and Activities." This workshop is for paraprofessionals who are interested in learning math games and activities that can be used in their s More...

PVES Students Publish Rainforest Fables

Linda Rappaport, who teaches third grade at Putnam Valley Elementary School, has lots to be proud of. Her last year More...

Putnam Valley Embraces EPIC: Every Person Influences Children

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GUFS Scrap Metal Drive Still Going Strong

The Garrrison School 8th Grade scrap metal drive continues to bring in money to help pay for their class trip to Washington, D.C. More...

Financing a College Education: Ways to Fill the Need

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Surveys Help P.V. Schools and Community

"Putnam Valley Schools recognize the importance of communicating and analyzing various types of data with respect to our student body and community," say officials at the Putnam Valley Central School District. More...

BOCES Offers Positive Approach to Classroom Behavior Management

Mount Kisco teacher and author Dr. Randall S. More...

Drug Impairment Intervention Training Provided to Administrators, Nurses & School Resource Officers at PVHS

In late January, the Yorktown Police Department and the New Castle Police Department announced that they have just completed a presentation of a two-day, sixteen-hour course entitled Drug Impairment Training for Education Professionals (DITEP). More...

Matthew Di Vico Makes Dean’s List at Norwich University

Matthew Di Vico has been recognized on the Dean More...

Mount St. Mary College Names Six Local Students to Dean’s List

Six local students achieved the fall 2004 Dean More...

O’Neill Junior ROTC Holding Craft Fair

The James I. O More...

Weekly Poll

County legislators reviewed the Butterfield project and a senior center in a historic meeting last week. Where should the senior center be?
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