April 28, 2011 RSS feed / School News

Staying Safe: Project Outlines Risks For Prom

Hundreds of parents along with their teenaged sons and daughters will be getting up early Friday to attend a meeting outlining the risks and responsibilities of attending the junior or senior prom at Brewster High School. More...

Brewster Schools to Partner With Tilly Foster

Thanks to a partnership between the schools and Tilly Foster Farm, an important part of the district’s curriculum will be coming to life for children in the Brewster School District. More...

Mahopac School District Budget Calls for 3.7% Tax Hike

The Mahopac Board of Education and Superintendent Thomas Manko believe in the investment of children, and after working for several months have formulated a fiscal spending plan for the 2011- 2012 school year. More...

Hosting the Season Opener in Mahopac

The 2nd annual MSA Baseball & Softball opening day event was held Saturday, April 16th. More...

Brewster School District Budget Down By 0.05 Percent

Residents in the Brewster School District will be going to the polls next month to decide the fate of the school’s 2011-12, $82.2 million fiscal spending plan, which is 0.05 percent less than the current expenditure. More...

Brewster & Southeast Upcoming Meetings

April 28Southeast Town Bd. Reg. Mtg. & Pub. Hearing 7:30 pmMay 2Southeast Open Space Meeting7:30 pmMay 5Southeast Town Bd. Work Session7:30 pm More...

Annual Forum Empowers Putnam Youth

In early April Putnam’s 17th annual Youth Forum attracted young people from throughout the area to the Clearpool Outdoor Education Center in Kent for frank discussions related to a number of teen issues. More...

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“The first day of spring is one thing,and the first spring day is another. The difference between them is sometimes as great as a month.” Henry Van Dyke