“Undercurrents: The River as Metaphor” now on view at SUNY-New Paltz’s Dorsky Museum
Maria Rice will retire June 28, and return to work June 30. She said the arrangement would save taxpayer money.
Each student artist has developed a distinctive voice here. They work independently during the second semester on a portfolio of 12 works exploring a theme of their own choosing, so the subject matter varies quite a bit, as does the styles employed.
As a teacher fluent in both French and English, Sharon Roth was uniquely qualified to take on the challenge of working with students in Burkina Faso, whose official language is French.
The district’s transportation director believes it’s possible to gain 30 minutes.
Highland’s Superintendent of Schools Deborah Haab has announced she will retire effective September 8.
“Without her we would not have the library we have today.”
Saturday, June 10: Proceeds from the inaugural festival will go to the Hudson Valley Hero Project, which provides aid to veterans and current military through scholarships, paying overdue bills and offering equine-assisted PTSD therapy.
“Food For Thought” is a breakfast and snack program that ensures summer school students enrolled in the New Paltz district’s ENL (English as a New Language) program don’t go hungry.
Four years after his untimely passing at just age 34, Ludwig Montesa is still remembered fondly by his friends, which seem to include everyone who lived in New Paltz during his lifetime.