Thoughts of the classmates who didn’t live to don the cap and gown mingled with the usual feelings of joy and accomplishment at this year’s New Paltz High School graduation.
Highland High School’s class of 2018 received their diplomas yesterday evening at a ceremony at the school.
Kira Podmayersky and Michael Averill are the respective valedictorian and salutatorian of the Class of 2018, and each will speak during the commencement exercise.
An estimated 100 students will graduate from Onteora High School at a ceremony to be held on Friday, June 22, at 6 p.m. Over half of this year’s seniors are college-bound, according to Lisa Casey, class advisor and secretary to the high school principal.
After a decade-long effort, Marbletown’s town board has approved connecting SUNY Ulster to the High Falls water district, but not without the expression of some concerns from residents who may also want access to the new pipeline.
According to school officials, the classes would be taught in Spanish and English on alternating days, an immersive experience designed to help kids become bilingual at an early age.
Though there hasn’t been much to report on the sale of the Cioni Building, Kingston City School District school officials said this week the process is still heading in the right direction, albeit slowly.
Kingston City School District officials last week defended the district’s decision to issue a shelter-in-place for students as a tornado warning was issued at the end of the school day.
Saugerties voters overwhelmingly approved a $62.4-million school budget for 2018-19 on Tuesday. The turnout was lower than usual, however.
KCSD school officials celebrated a clean sweep on Tuesday night as their $175 million budget proposal for the 2018-19 school year and three separate propositions all met widespread approval from voters, who turned out in fewer numbers than they had one year earlier.