April 25, 2007 RSS feed / Schools

Putnam Valley High School Theatreworks Presents Sondheim's Into The Woods in May

PVHS TheatreWorks is headed into musical fairy tale territory this spring, with a lively new production of Steven Sondheim's classic, Into the Woods. This production comprises more PVHS student talent than ever before. Twelve students from Mrs. More...

Music for Wellness at Haldane

The Haldane Music Department supported Wellness Week by having students perform during lunchtime. Jerome Famularo played a flute solo, Steven Casement performed a clarinet solo and Kenny Doxey played a trumpet solo. More...

PARP Concludes with Ice Cream Party at Haldane

Parents as Reading Partners (PARP) concludes its successful 2007 program with several exciting events at Haldane Elementary School this week. More...

Cold Spring Lions Club Invite Applications for Annual Scholarship

For the 47th consecutive year, the Cold Spring Lions Club will be giving an annual scholarship to a resident of Philipstown. This certainly lists as a record for consecutive awards given in the area. More...

Students Dare to be Different on Differences Day

Can I try that? … Oops! … What do you want me to do? … I can't do that! … CRASH! Though these sounds may often be heard in Haldane's small gym, they were being made for very different reasons on April 12. More...

New Playground Planned for Haldane

The Haldane Board of Education, PTA and Haldane parents have announced preliminary approval of conceptual design plans to renovate the Elementary School playground with accompanying areas to support the Middle and High School needs. More...

Three Local Students Make Univ. of Delaware Dean's List

The following students made the 2006 fall semester Dean's List. Named to the Dean's List are full-time students with grade point averages of 3.33 or above for the semester. More...

Two Putnam Residents to Present at Purchase College's Natural and Social Sciences Symposium

Purchase College seniors Cassandra Shultz, Putnam Valley, and Robin Minerd, Brewster, will participate in the College's Twenty-Sixth Natural and Social Sciences Student Symposium on Saturday, April 28 from 8:45am-1pm in the Natural and Social Scienc More...

Weekly Poll

Were you in favor of Philipstown's Equal Protection Resolution?