‘I’ve got 22 years of experience [in education] that tells me, hungry kids in the classroom are not learning.’
“A hundred people drove past and, to tell you the truth, a good 75 to 80 percent of them just had their phones up taking video.”
The Kingston City School District last week announced the inaugural members of the Kingston High School Athletic Hall of Fame, a veritable who’s who of Tigers legend.
For the second straight summer, Cahill Elementary School morphed into the English as a New Language Academy, a five-week immersive program for elementary-school students for whom learning English is part of their educational experience. Fifteen students participated in the ENL Academy this summer, up two from last year.
Of the Tigers’ 18-player roster, 13 are varsity returnees, including senior co-captains Kate Lord, a center fullback; and Jaime Hopkins, a midfielder.
A former Saugerties School Board member is lobbying for a change, bringing to light issues of safety and driver discretion.
As summer winds down in Kingston, the competition is heating up on local softball fields, as the City of Kingston Parks and Recreation men’s and women’s softball teams are closing out the playoffs.
The Town of Ulster officially named Kyle Berardi its chief of police on Wednesday, Aug. 23, one year after he was sworn in as a lieutenant and just under a year since he took over the mantle of officer in charge.
The Kingston school board voted to extend Superintendent Paul Padalino’s contract through the 2021-22 school year last month, ensuring he’ll
After five years of a festival focused on bringing local students out of their artistic shell, Morse Rocks is morphing into this weekend’s Hope Rocks, a free two-day event at the Cantine Veterans’ Memorial Complex that at its heart is meant to give hope to those suffering from addiction and depression by blending live music, sports, and fun activities with advocacy, education and support.