“We haven’t really quit the board, you know. We simply have not run for reelection. We’ll continue to be still involved with the school.” Thus does Paula Nelson – one of the surviving founders of the Woodstock School of Art, and a mainstay of its operation for more than five decades – downplay the recent decision by herself and her husband, John Kleinhans, to step down from WSA’s Board of Directors. Nonetheless, it’s nice to pay tribute to people who have contributed a great deal to a community while they’re still alive and kicking. So, this action seems as good an excuse as any to remind readers how much work and commitment it took to keep this amazing cultural resource alive for all these years.
Just in time for the road construction season, employees of the Woodstock Highway Department recently participated in work zone safety training to help prevent accidents for motorists and workers.
Up until now, more have wanted vaccines than could get them. In the coming weeks, that will likely be reversed.
The district has yet to determine if it’s safe to hold these large in-person gatherings.
The Onteora School Board approved a $58,786,143 budget to send to voters that calls for a 1.78 percent tax increase.
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Topics include: Ulster BOCES students win at SkillsUSA Regionals; Saugerties Pro Musica presents Adaskin String Trio; Call for art for Olive Free Library summer group show; Wurts Street Bridge construction to begin in fall; and more.
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Eight Ulster BOCES students from four local school districts came in first, second and third place during career-specific competitions at a virtual SkillsUSA regional competition that took place March 22 to 25.
A compilation of the latest sports news in the Kingston, Saugerties, Onteora and New Paltz school districts.