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Brewster Class of 2009

BHS Graduation Unites Generations

Putnam County's final high school commencement for 2009 was the most memorable, when three generations of Brewster High School graduates received ovations. More...

North Salem Class of 2009

North Salem High School Commencement in Katonah Called Picture Perfect

It was a Kodak moment! More...

Brewster Board of Ed Recognizes the Best and Brightest

What a night! The Brewster Board of Education celebrated what Superintendent Dr. More...

Wooster Graduates Four Putnamites

Four students from the Putnam area graduated with Wooster School's 2009 class, Megan Casey, Joseph DeLosa, Kevin Eberly, and Dylan Herman. Megan Casey of Mahopac won the James S. Hammer, '63, Award for Service to Wooster School and was the J. More...

Mahopac Class of 2009

Mahopac High School Graduates Largest Class Ever

On June 23, 2009, the largest class ever to graduate from a Putnam County high school received their diplomas in Connecticut. More...

Carmel Class of 2009

376 Receive Diplomas from Carmel High School

Carmel High School Principal Kevin Carroll smiled when thunder and lightning accompanied by torrential rainfall pelted the O'Neill Center on the Western Connecticut State University campus. More...

Kennedy Catholic Class of 2009

Kennedy Catholic Honors Valedictorian, Salutatorian

Matthew DiSalvo - Valedictorian With a 101.6 GPA, Matt DiSalvo, of Holmes, is Kennedy Catholic's 2009 Valedictorian. More...

Putnam Valley Class of 2009

Stormy Weather Doesn't Dampen Excitement

The class of 2009 of Putnam Valley High School, 175 strong, and by far the largest in Putnam Valley history, graduated on Friday evening, June 26, after intermittent stormy weather forced the ceremony into the PVHS gym from the outdoor athletic fac More...

Brewster's Byrnes Competes at Science Fair in Nevada

Brewster High School senior Alex Ruyack is home after traveling to Nevada to compete in the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair. More...

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