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Haldane board hears plans for advanced courses  Free Access 

Also reviews budget; tax increase just under 2 percent

 Haldane Board members tackled a budget discussion, but also made room for compelling educational presentations given by members of their Middle and High School staff at their most recent regular meeting­­. More...

Garrison Wrestles With School Budget; ‘Low Hanging Fruit’ is Gone

School budgeting is never an easy task, because it involves balancing the needs (and wants) of a diverse group of people: students, administrators, teachers, parents, and community members. More...

Local Student Named Russell Sage Kellas Scholar

Sharon Robinson, Ph.D., dean of the college, has announced that Katherine Newsome from Nelsonville, a Nursing major at Russell Sage College, has been named a Kellas Scholar for the fall 2011 semester.   More...

After School Fun at the Nature Museum

Reptiles and Amphibians: a Nature-based After- School Program   Exploring the world of local reptiles and amphibians will inspire lots of fun and discovery for children in grades 3rd – 5th at the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum’s edu More...

Garrison Board Evaluates the Evaluations

100-point scale to be used

During last week’s Garrison School Board meeting, Superintendent Gloria Colucci began by reporting on the newest developments in the recently revised Annual Professional Performance Review process. Gov. More...

Garrison School Second Quarter Honor Roll

Principal’s List: 8th Grade: Carly Brief, Isabella Convertino, Matthew Hard, Sara Labriola, Elizabeth Walker, Adele Westerhuis. 7th Grade: Chloe Davis, Isabelle Davis, Edmund Northup, Alexandra Vourliotis, Paul Walker. More...

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