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Letter states primary focus is to create the conditions that support student engagement and achievement, promote a positive school climate.
New courses announced and an evening with Timothy Geithner on Monday, Sept. 15.
Recent policy change impacts 48 of the approximately 142 high school students who applied for transportation services to non-public schools.
The Westchester County Health Department is offering free back-to-school vaccines from July 18- Sept. 23 for children ages 12 months-18 years.
Several Chatsworth parents are objecting to fourth grade class size at the school increasing to about 26 students.
The district plans to collect responses to the survey through June 20.
Academic and historian Dr. Richard Greenwald will be the featured speaker at awards ceremony. He has written widely on urban affairs, education, and the changing workplace.
Gay Danbury senior elected to prom royalty used the platform to speak out for another repressed group.
SpaceIL aspires to create a new "Apollo effect" by landing the first Israeli spacecraft on the Moon.
A total of 750 8th grade students participated in the May 14 graduation mass, celebrated by His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York.
A total of 750 8th grade students are scheduled to participate May 14 in the graduation mass celebrated by His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York.
STEM-tastic Saturday was held this past weekend at Hommocks Middle School in Larchmont.