November 3, 2010 RSS feed / Schools

Garrison Students Celebrate ‘Dead Authors Day’

On Friday, October 29, the courtyard at the Garrison School was transformed into a graveyard to celebrate “Dead Authors Day;” the day when the eighth-grade English students present stories by great literary figures of the past to the res More...

Garrison Students Excel at Harvey School

The 1st marking period of the fall term has ended at The Harvey School in Katonah, New York. More...

Cold Spring Student Leads School Fundraiser

Cold Spring’s Billy Speight is one of five South Kent School prefects who recently organized a fundraiser to benefit World Bicycle Relief (worldbicyclerelief.org). More...

Haldane Girls Go to Women Helping Girls with Choices Conference

Three fifth grade girls and three sixth grade girls from Haldane Elementary and Middle Schools had the opportunity to participate in the Women Helping Girls with Choices Conference at Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES. More...

Plattsburgh Honors Local Graduates

The faculty and staff at the State University of New York College at Plattsburgh are pleased to announce that the following local residents were awarded degrees during the college’s commencement services this spring:   • Christine E More...

Local Student on Stage in St. Rose’s ‘Jacques Brel’

Maggie McCarthy of Putnam Valley will be performing in The College of Saint Rose Drama Program’s classic musical revue “Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris.”   The show will be performed Thursday, Nov. More...

Haldane Farm to School Menu Update

One week in mid-October Haldane School held its first “Chef in the Classroom” activity as part of the new Farm to School program. More...

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