The Saugerties Junior High School Builder’s Club last month donated 15 boxes of food to St. John the Evangelist Church as part of its annual homeroom food drive contest.
The academic elite in grades 9-12.
A “Raise the Roof” benefit concert to kick off the capital campaign to build the center will be held this Sunday, December 2 from 2 to 4 p.m.
When an early winter storm hit the Hudson Valley in mid-November, Saugerties closed its schools. Some parents were puzzled by the resulting three-day weekend.
After a few years of trying to put the pieces together, the SHS-TV’s morning announcements are now a part of the daily routine.
Along with reading, writin’ and ’rithmatic, 17 students have been learning the dharma, or “cosmic order” at the Middle Way School, which opened in West Saugerties in September.
A half dozen campus buildings bear the names of the town’s first settlers, who owned slaves. Nearly all the speakers at a recent hearing on campus called for the buildings to be renamed, but the administration is waiting until spring to vote.
Shows will be presented Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 8-10. Curtain time is 7:30 p.m.
Cheyenne Candlin, a senior at Saugerties High, is the Saugerties school board’s student representative for the 2018-19 school year. She says that students are becoming increasingly interested in how the world around them works. She lauds the involvement.
“Admissions professionals don’t look for reasons to reject students; they look for reasons to accept students,” says Susan Weatherly of Steps to College. “My goal is to make it a positive experience… I want you to succeed, and that means you need to know what the expectations of the college are.”