The Highland Central School District Board of Education has appointed current Highland High School assistant principal, William Zimmer, as the school’s new principal. He will assume his new position on December 4.
New Paltz Times | Education
It was yet another interesting season in New Paltz and Highland sports.
The play will run from Nov. 16-18.
SUNY New Paltz welcomed SUNY Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson and other leaders in government, business and higher education to campus last Tuesday to break ground on a new Engineering Innovation Hub, a state-of-the-art facility that will help support and diversify the college’s rapidly growing engineering programs and support collaboration between the college and local industry.
For the fourth year in a row, Highland Middle School (HMS) presented its “Don’t Be a Monster” anti-bullying program on October 19.
The district is considering pushing back the first bell, citing studies showing teens need more sleep.
New Paltz Middle School is closed for the remainder of the day, Monday, October 16, due to a minor electrical fire in the cafeteria prior to the arrival of students. Rerouted buses took students directly to the high school auditorium, from where they were transported home again at 10 a.m. after parents were notified.
At a recent forum, the consensus seemed to be that parents want the district to hire someone innovative, sensitive to cultural and economic diversity and willing to commit to living in the Highland district.
“I wanted to be the best teacher I could be, the best coach I could be,” says Dodd. His professional peers seem to concur that he hit his mark.
The school board has cited studies suggesting the change would be beneficial for students.