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January 18, 2012 RSS feed / Schools

Handsprings on the Grass, in January  Free Access 

Randolph Students Enjoy the Warm Winter Weather

Traditionally, Randolph School students have spent lots of time outdoors, exercising, exploring their natural environment and learning by doing, even in the winter. More...

Toddle on Over to the Library


The program room at the Desmond-Fish Library is finished at last and the toddler programs can resume. The downstairs room was flooded during hurricane Irene but now has new wallboard, paint and carpet. More...

Is There a Doctor in the House?

She’s not called Dr. Nan Hayworth for nothing. More...

Lakeland Faces More Million-plus Cuts  Free Access 

The Lakeland Central School District began its four-part budget presentation on January 5. Topics in the first meeting included Operational, transportation, and general support budgets. More...

Galef Announces Winter 2012 Internship Openings  Free Access 

Assemblywoman Sandy Galef is now offering internship positions to high school and college students this winter. This well-established program gives interns the chance to gain hands-on working experience while serving their community in a unique way. More...

Haldane Board Rapidly Seeks New Member  Free Access 

Applications welcome to fill seat

 The Haldane School Board will interview interested applicants for the vacant Board seat. The interview process, which Board members are not required by law to do, will take place following the 5 p.m. More...

Garrison Board Relieved at Favorable St. Basil Ruling


Garrison’s long-running legal battle with St. Basil’s Academy in Garrison was resolved earlier this month when the NY State Court of Appeals—the highest court in the state—turned down St. More...

Is 42 Books Per Child Too Many?


The School Board met last week in the library, as it usually does, and it was an appropriate place for the ensuing discussion. More...

River University Offers Matriculation-on-Hudson

A unique opportunity awaits a select group of undergraduate students this summer – a venture titled “River University” that includes sailing the Hudson River aboard the sloop Clearwater, made famous by folksinger Pete Seeger. More...

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