With the college’s enrollment rates remaining steady and graduation rates increasing, more students than ever before were eligible to participate in the undergraduate ceremonies this year.
Bevier Hall, a 212-bed, 49-year-old residence hall, is undergoing a complete mechanical and plumbing upgrade and improvements to its fire protection system.
Superintendent Paul Padalino said the overall results showed the community was behind the direction the district is heading
Approximately 874 out of 11,185 potential voters in the Onteora Central School district came out on Tuesday, May 16 and cast ballots to easily approve the 2017/18-school budget of $54,296,155, and to elect the four trustees listed to the Board of Education. Including absentee ballots, the budget passed 724-212.
Town of Lloyd Police were called to Highland Middle School on Wednesday, May 17 after administrators were informed by students that concerning comments had been made through social media the night prior and earlier that morning suggesting violence might occur that day at school.
The $62.4-million budget passed with nearly 70 percent of the vote; propositions to establish a reserve fund for future projects and construct a greenhouse also passed easily. Incumbents Krista Barringer and Damion Ferraro were reelected along with Susan Gage, formerly the district’s director of special education. Incumbent Charles Schirmer and challenger Alex Rappoport came up short.
This year, nearly 2,000 undergraduate and nearly 600 graduate degrees will be conferred in ceremonies on May 20 and 21.
When the polls closed on Tuesday, May 16, New Paltz Central School District voters supported the proposed $59 million budget
Voters on Tuesday night, May 16 approved the Highland Central School District’s proposed budget of $42,866,930 for the 2017-18 school year.
Saugerties district voters will decide on the budget, select three members of the school board, and determine the fate of two propositions.