March 24, 2005 RSS feed / Schools

"Puzzle Journey" at PVHS Library Engages Students, Staff

Stella Mouyios is not your average library media specialist. Although she speaks quietly and wears spectacles, that More...

d’Orchimont Achieves Dean’s List

Charlotte M. d More...

Philipstown Little League Changes Opening Day and Start of Season

Philipstown Little League More...

Haldane Lacrosse Gears Up For Season

With snow still on the ground and in the air, "Where is spring?" is the question everyone has been asking. Well for sports here at Haldane spring started well over two weeks ago. More...

Haldane Students Learn About Acupuncture

Mr. Ron Hershey, a licensed acupuncturist, spoke to Dennis Cairl More...

Haldane Students Get "Insiders" View of Washington

Mr. Dan Crimmins spoke to Mr. Cairl More...

Straight Talk 2005 at PVMS a Success Despite Weather Delays

On Tuesday, March 15th, in spite of a one-week snow delay, several hundred Putnam Valley Middle School students and parents attended the annual "Straight Talk" program at PVMS. More...

Young Garrison Researchers Hard at Work

Are public payphones really laden with bacteria? How do hermit crabs become aware of birds? These were some of the experiments conducted by students from grades K through 8 for the annual Garrison School Science Fair. More...

Ian Thom Wins Downstate Free Through Championship

Ian Thom continued his winning ways by connecting on 21 of 25 shots to squeak out a one-shot win at the Knights of Columbus Downstate Conference Free Throw Championship held on Saturday, March 19 at St. More...

Weekly Poll

Considering the recent rash of vandalism at Butterfield, are you in favor of fencing the property until demolition begins?




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