June 7, 2006 RSS feed / Schools

Student Dishes Out Broken Jaw in Mahopac High Cafeteria

Dr. Robert J. Reidy, Jr., Superintendent of the Mahopac Central School District, and Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. More...

Manhattan College Awards Bachelor's Degree to Melissa Phillips

Melissa Phillips of Garrison was awarded a bachelor degrees at Manhattan College's 164th Undergraduate Commencement on Sunday, May 21, 2006. More...

Brandon Juby Named to Quinnipiac University Dean's List

Brandon Juby of Cold Spring was named to the Quinnipiac University dean's list for the Spring 2006 semester: More...

Three New Volunteers Added to Haldane School Foundation Board of Trustees

As the current school year speeds to an end, the Haldane School Foundation gears up for the 2006/2007 academic year by naming three new members to its Board of Trustees. More...

Haldane's Destination Imagination Achieves Great Results

"We are DI" chanted 15,000 attendees at the opening ceremony for d2k.six, the Destination Imagination 2006 Global Competition in Knoxville, TN from May 24 through May 27. More...

Putnam Valley Elementary Performed Fourth Grade Concert

On the evening of May 25th, Putnam Valley Elementary School's Fourth Grade instrumental musicians shared their talents with an enthusiastic community of parents and friends in the Elementary School's Old Gym. More...

Future Chefs, Pilots, and Mechanics Received Awards

Future chefs, auto mechanics, and pilots were among 379 students receiving recognition and awards Tuesday, June 6th at The Tech Center at Putnam/ Northern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES). More...

Saint Basil Academy Announces Commencement Exercises

Senator Olympia Snow and Benefactor Nicholas J. Bouris to be honored

Saint Basil Academy of Garrison New York is pleased to announce that this year's commencement exercises will be held on June 17, 2006 at 11 am on the Academy's front lawn. Seven students will receive their graduation certificates this semester. More...

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